Kerala NEET 2017: Spot admission to begin tomorrow for MBBS, BDS programmes

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New Delhi | Published: August 29, 2017 4:59:42 PM

Kerala NEET 2017: The registration for spot admission to Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) that is all set to take place tomorrow will close in some time today.

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Kerala NEET 2017: The registration for spot admission to Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) that is all set to take place tomorrow will close in some time today. The registration for all the interested and eligible candidates is available on the official website only till 5 PM by the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examination (CEE), Kerala. According to NDTV, A total of 65 seats have been reserved for such candidates in various colleges across the state. The allotment to these seats will take place in the Spot Admission which will be held on August 30 and August 31, 2017.

The ‘Spot Admission Slip’ that has been alloted to the candidates at the time of registration needs to be downloaded from the official website. Students need to carry the slip along with other original documents to prove educational qualifications like Transfer Certificate, documents to prove minority community status and the required documents to prove NRI claims for spot admission on the designated venue.

Here are the guidelines that need to be followed by the candidates can mentioned in the report-

1. Transfer between two Private Self Financing Colleges shall not be permitted for the same course and for the same fee structure during Spot Admission.

2. Students admitted in a Government College for a course shall not be eligible to attend Spot Admission to another Government College for the same course.

3. Transfer from NRI seat to Government/Minority seat shall be permitted between two Self Financing colleges or in the same college, even if it is for the same course.

4. A candidate admitted in a Government Controlled Self Financing Medical college is allowed to participate in Spot Admission for a Government College or a Private Self Financing College for any course.

5. If seats are left vacant under NRI open quota in non-minority colleges, the same will be converted to State Merit Quota Seats.

6. Transfer from NRI seat to Government/Minority seat shall be permitted between two Self Financing colleges or in the same college, even if it is for the same course.

7. If seats are left vacant under NRI minority community quota, the same will be converted to NRI open merit quota. If seats become still remains available, it will be converted to management minority quota seats. If the seats still remain vacant, the same will be converted to State Merit Quota.

All the very best to all!!

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