Kerala University Second Allotment List Released; Details Here
Kerala University second allotment list can be found on the official website of admissions, admissions.keralauniversity.ac.in.
Kerala University second allotment 2019: Kerala University has released the second allotment list for the admissions to various undergraduate courses in colleges affiliated with the varsity. The Kerala University second allotment list can be found on the official website of admissions, admissions.keralauniversity.ac.in. The fees for this second allotment can be paid till June 13. Kerala University second allotment details can be accessed from the official website after entering the application number and password of the candidates.
Those candidates who have got allotment in the second list and also have not been allotted in the first list may confirm their seat by paying the required fee in the university.
On securing allotment, the University fee has to be remitted by the candidates in online mode (e-payment) only in the 'Allotment' page of valid applicant's homepage in the website (http://admissions.keralauniversity.ac.in).
A printout of the original payment receipt should be taken and the same should be kept safely and to be submitted to the Principal at the time of admission.
The candidate without the original payment receipt will not be allowed to join the college. The candidates should keep the payment receipt after verification in the college. It will be required for further allotments, if any.
The allotment of candidates who have not taken admissions through the windows open during the allotment time will be cancelled and they will not be considered for further allotments, according to an official statement from Kerala University.
Those candidates who have taken admission in first, second and third allotments, may appear in colleges after the publication of third allotment, the statement said.
If a candidate is satisfied with the second allotment, they may remove their higher options after paying the required fee, the statement said.
The candidates, who have not removed their higher options, will be considered for those options in next allotment and it will be compulsory for them to take admission if they are allotted in next window.
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