CEE to start Fifth Round of Allotment Process on September 3

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CEE to start Fifth Round of Allotment Process on September 3

The Commissioner of Entrance Examinations will start procedures for the fifth round of allotments to undergraduate professional courses on Friday.

In addition to reordering their course-college options, candidates can submit fresh options for admission to the MBBS course in private self-financing medical colleges which have signed an agreement with the State government on sharing of seats and fees.

Also, fresh options can be submitted for admission to government, government-controlled and private self-financing dental colleges; government, aided and private self-financing Ayurveda and Siddha colleges; government and aided homeopathy colleges; courses of the Kerala Agricultural University; and newly recognised private self-financing engineering colleges.

Government and government-controlled engineering colleges; government and government-controlled medical colleges which were included in the fourth round of allotments; Mount Zion College of Engineering for Women; and Devaki Amma’s Guruvayoorappan College of Architecture will be part of the fifth round.

A note issued by the commissioner here on Thursday said the course-college options could be registered on www.cee.kerala.gov.in from Friday to 5 p.m. on 8th September, 2010.

The fifth round of allotments would be published in the evening of 13th September, 2010. Candidates who received allotments should pay the fees at designated branches of the State Bank of Travancore on 14th September, 2010 and 15th September, 2010.

For the government quota coming to 50 per cent of the seats in private self-financing medical colleges, the fee has been notified as 1.38 lakh.

On 15th September, 2010 and 16th September, 2010, candidates who received allotments for the MBBS or the BDS courses in the fifth round should report at the respective colleges for admission. By 5 p.m. on 16th September, 2010, medical and dental colleges should submit non-joining reports.

From 10 a. m. to 5 p.m. on 17th September, 2010, candidates could revise course-college options. The sixth round of allotments would be published on 19th September, 2010.

On 20th September, 2010, 22nd September, 2010 and 23rd September, 2010, the candidates who received allotments should pay the fee.

On 22nd September, 2010 and 23rd September, 2010 candidates who received allotments in the sixth round should report for admission at the respective colleges. All colleges should submit non-joining reports on 25th September,  2010.

If candidates were satisfied with the allotments received in the fourth round, they should cancel their higher-order options. The candidature of those who registered unnecessary options, blocked seats and caused seats to lapse would be cancelled and they would be proceeded against.


There would be no provision for cancelling the allotments to private self-financing medical and dental colleges. The last date for cancelling the allotment or admission to government and government-controlled self-financing medical and dental colleges was 15th September, 2010.

If for any reason, the authorities increase the fee in private self-financing medical colleges, the new fee will be applicable to all seats, the note said.

The commissioner’s notification came a short time after the government and the association of private self-financing medical colleges arrived at an agreement on Thursday morning for a provisional resumption of the process.

Under the understanding, the actual admission of students to these seats will take place only after 13th September, 2010 when the Supreme Court had scheduled the next hearing of a special leave petition filed by the association against the 2nd August, 2010 verdict of the Kerala High Court striking down the entrance examination conducted by the association for admitting students to the management quota.

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