NEET 2017: KEAM releases the result of the second phase of allotment for medical and dental courses; deadline applicable

By: | Published: August 20, 2017 8:01 PM

NEET KEAM 2017 result: The current phase of allotment is only for government medical colleges, self-financing medical and dental colleges and private self-financing Ayurveda colleges.

NEET KEAM 2017 result, Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, CEE, Kerala, cee.kerala.gov.in, National Eligibility and Entrance Test, NEET, Ayurveda, medical, dentalNEET KEAM 2017 result: Students who had confirmed their options online with CEE, Kerala would be considered for the allotment. (PTI)

NEET KEAM 2017 result: The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE), Kerala has released the result for the second phase of allotment of the dental and medical admissions based on the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) on their official website, cee.kerala.gov.in. Only those students who had confirmed their options online with CEE, Kerala would be considered for the allotment. The current phase of allotment is only for government medical colleges, self-financing medical and dental colleges and private self-financing Ayurveda colleges. A statement from the CEE, Kerala read, the allotments have been done on the basis of relevant government orders, according to an NDTV report.

Details of candidates such as their name, roll number, fee details, college allotted to the candidate, course allotted to the candidate and the category under which the allotment was made have been provided on the candidate’s page, as per NDTV. The students who have received fresh allotments or a candidate who has had a change in their allotments should deposit the fees or the balance fees in the name of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Kerala. The payment has to be made as per the directions provided in the allotment memo. The payments must be made in either designated branches of State Bank of India or in the way of online payment between August 21 to August 24, according to the report.

Candidates have also been instructed to join the course or the college allotted to them before 5 PM on August 24. The students who are unable to reach the college by 5 PM on August 24 or don’t reach the college by the allotted time will lose their allotment, as per the report.

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