MBBS second phaseallotment published

The second phase of allotment to MBBS, BDS courses 2017 is published on the website

In this phase, allotment is done only to government medical colleges, self-financing medical/dental colleges and private self- financing Ayurveda colleges

Those candidates who receive an allotment afresh or a change in allotment to government medical colleges should remit the fee/balance fee if any, to be paid to the CEE at any designated State Bank of India branches or by way of online payment from August 21 to 24 and should join the course/college allotted before 5 p.m. on August 24

The fee structure in self-financing medical colleges shall be subject to the final decision of the Kerala High Court/Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee

Candidates getting allotment to self-financing medical/dental colleges in this phase need only confirm the allotment by submitting the DD/bank guarantee directly to the office of the CEE before 5 p.m. on August 24. They have to complete the admission procedure by presenting themselves at the venue of the spot admission to be conducted by the CEE from August 26 to 28 at Thiruvananthapuram.

Allotments to several self-financing institutions have not been done for want of affiliation orders from the Kerala University of Health Sciences.

Candidates are requested to watch for notifications that will be issued following court orders/government orders

Helpline numbers are 0471-2339101/9102/9103/9104.

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