The Commissioner of Entrance Examinations, CEE has released the third allotment list 2017 for the candidates willing to seek admission to various professional courses. The allotment list had been announced on the official website, cee-kerala.org or cee.kerala.gov.in. The first allotment list was released by CEE Kerala on June 30 and the second allotment list was released on July 10. In this phase, allotment is done to MBBS, BDS, Ayurveda, Agriculture, Forestry, Veterinary and Fisheries courses in addition to Engineering, Architecture and Pharmacy courses. The allotment list is released on the basis of the results of KEAM 2017 for engineering and pharmacy courses. The allotment list for medical and allied courses is made on the basis of NEET UG 2017 results.
Candidates who get an allotment afresh or a change in allotment to Architecture, Pharmacy or Engineering courses should remit the balance fee to be deposited to the Commissioner for Entrance Exams as stated in the 3rd phase allotment memo. The fee can be paid at the branches of SBI or by way of Online Payment. The fee can be paid from July 21, 2017 to July 25, 2017. Candidates need to join the college allotted before 5 pm on July 25, 2017. For allotment to Medical and Allied courses, July 30 is the last date for remittance of fee/balance fee. The date of joining the allotted college is also July 30.
How to check KEAM allotment Result 2017?
- Visit the official website cee-kerala.org or cee.kerala.gov.in
- On the homepage, click on KEAM Allotment Result
- Enter required details such as hall ticket, date of birth, etc.
- The rank list will be displayed
- Direct link to check KEAM third allotment result 2017
Candidates are advised to download the KEAM allotment Result 2017 and rank list for further reference. The topper of engineering entrance exam was Shafil Maheen N of Kozhikode. Around 61,716 students are included in the rank list of engineering courses. Out of the total, 32,036 are boys are 29,680 girls. The KEAM 2017 was conducted on April 24 and April 25. The exam witnessed the registration of approximately 1.6 lakh candidates. The engineering entrance exam was conducted at around 307 centres across Kerala, Mumbai, Delhi and Dubai. The ranks can be checked on the websites cee-kerala.org and cee.kerala.gov.in.