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KEAM 2020 first allotment list to released, check here’s what’s next

KEAM 2020: Students who wish to accept the course or college allotted under the list will have to submit a fee and undergo document verification to secure admission.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 7, 2020 9:02:43 pm
KEAM allotment list, kerala college admission, cee.kerala.gov.in, education news,Last year in the class XII board exams, of a total of 12.05 lakh students, 17,693 candidates or 1.47% had scored above 95%. (Express photo by Abhinav Saha/ Representational)

KEAM 2020: The Government of Kerala released the first allotment list for the Kerala Engineering, Architecture, and Medical Courses (KEAM) on October 7 at its official website, cee.kerala.gov.in. Students who wish to accept the course or college allotted under the list will have to submit a fee and undergo document verification to secure admission.

A total of 56,599 students qualified for admission to the engineering stream and 44,390 students for the pharmacy stream. These students will now be given admission based on their merit. Students who have been allotted seats will have to pay a fee of Rs 10,000 to secure a seat.

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KEAM 2020: How to check the allotment list

Step 1: Visit the official website
Step 2: Click on candidate log-in
Step 3: Click on the allotment list
Step 4: Check result

Last year, a total of three allotment lists were released and the same number is expected this year. Those who do not pay fees within the deadline issued after each list will not be eligible to be admitted for the allotted seat and it will be moved on in the next list, as per rules.

The total number of seats available for the different courses will be published prior to the commencement of CAP-2020. Candidates seeking admission to professional courses will be categorised as Keralite and non-Keralite category. A candidate who is not of Kerala origin but has undergone a qualifying course in Kerala or has been a resident of the state for a period of five years is considered non-Keralite-I.

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