Updated on Jun 27, 2014 - 3:07 p.m. IST by Govind Kumar
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KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling - Counselling for KEAM Medical 2014 has been started with online option entry from June 17, 2014 and will continue till June 23, 2014. KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling will be done through Centralised Allotment Process (CAP) and candidates have to submit their course and college preference through Single Window System (SWS).  KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling through Centralised Allotment Process (CAP) will be done strictly on the basis of KEAM Medical 2014 merit list. While allotment of MBBS and BDS seats and colleges, reservation policy as mentioned by Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CCE), Kerala will be taken into consideration.

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Click here to know which medical and dental colleges you will get in next round of counselling based on your KEAM Medical 2014 Rank .

 

For any other information and queries, call KEAM MBBS 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360

Read below the Important Facts of KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling Procedure:

How to Register for KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling through Centralised Allotment Process (CAP):

  • To register for Online KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling - Click Here

  • Candidates can access KEAM Medical 2014 counselling home page by entering KEAM Medical 2014 exam roll number, KEAM Medical 2014 Application number and Key no (16 digit alpha-numeric code provided on the Security Card)

  • Candidates can participate in KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling and register their options within the time schedule specified, using any computer having internet facility. Candidates who do not have access to Internet facility can use the ‘Option Facilitation Centre’ (OFC) and ‘Help Desks’ (HD) at various centres across the state which will be opened across the state a specified period of KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling

Procedure for Registering Options for Medical and Dental Seats and Colleges

Any candidate, who wishes to register their options in KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling, should have the Roll Number, Application number, Key number and Password readily available with them. The candidate must also have access to internet facility. The candidate should follow the given procedure for registering options:

  • Accessing the website, www.cee.kerala.gov.in

  • Logging on to the candidate's Home page using Roll Number, Application Number, Key Number and Password

  • Registering of Options of Medical Colleges and Courses

  • Saving the Options registered Medical Colleges and Courses

  • Viewing and Printing of the List of Options registered for Medical Colleges and Courses

  • Logging off from the Home Page

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Schedule for First Phase of Allotment

Date

Event

June 17, 2014

Opening of the online option registration facility

June 20, 2014

Trial Allotment

June 23, 2014- 5 PM

Closing of option registration facility

June 25, 2014

First allotment

June 26 to July 3, 2014

Candidates shall remit the fee shown in the allotment memo at selected branches of State Bank of Travancore (SBT)

June 27 to July 3, 2014

Candidates shall join the respective colleges.

 

Courses and Colleges Available For Registering Options

  • A list of Medical and Dental Colleges along with courses will be available in the Home page of the candidate. The ‘Course List’ link when clicked will show all the medical courses with their two letter codes. Candidate will see the list of Medical courses, and their codes – For example MBBS Code is MM and for BDS Code is MD

  • When candidates click the ‘College List’ it will show all the Colleges under the Medical stream applicable to the candidate and their three-letter codes. For Example - ALP for T D Medical College, Alappuzha

  • The Medical Courses and Colleges with their codes will help the candidate to register their options without any difficulty. Candidates can see the number of seats for each category in different medical colleges by clicking on the College Code

Colleges Under Medical Stream

Number of Seats

Government Medical Colleges - 6

1000

Government Controlled Self financing Medical Colleges - 2

200

Self-financing Medical Colleges - 14

1550

 

Colleges Under Dental Stream

Number of Seats

Government Medical Colleges - 3

150

Government Controlled Self financing Medical Colleges - 1

60

Self-financing Medical Colleges - 15

910

Procedure for registering options in Home Page - By entering the option number for a course and college, candidates can fix their preference numbers for the course and college which will be displayed on the Home Page. All the eligible options of the candidate will be displayed course wise on the Home Page

Registering of the Options and saving/revising the Options registered -All eligible options of the candidate will be displayed on the Home Page. The candidate may follow the directions given therein to register the options. The data entered may be saved regularly by clicking the ‘Save’ button, so that the data already entered is not lost due to unexpected reasons. The candidate should enter only those options in which he/she is interested. Candidates should also note that he/she will be considered for allotment only to those courses and colleges opted by him/her. So, a candidate who has not opted for a course-college combination will not be considered for allotment for that combination

Option Worksheet Facility - If a candidate experiences any difficulty in entering the data directly, he/she may first take a printout of the worksheet showing all the options he/she is eligible for, by clicking on the ‘Option Worksheet’ or ‘Detailed Option Worksheet’. The desired entries may be made on this work sheet and the same may be used for registering the options on the website. A candidate has the facility to modify or rearrange his/her earlier options before the last date and time of KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling

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Viewing and Printing of the Option List based on the Options Registered -  Once the candidate completes the option entry, he/she can view his/her options selected for medical course and colleges. An option list will be generated and the candidate can take a printout of the same and keep it for future reference. If the candidate wants to change his/her options already registered, he/she may revise the options as desired and ensure that the option list has come as per his/her preferences

Logging off from the KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling Home Page - Once the candidate is satisfied with the options registered, he/she may ‘Log off’ the system by clicking on ‘logout’ link. The process of ‘Registration of Options’ is complete when the candidate logs off from the KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling Home Page

 

Rearranging Option Priority - Candidate may change his/her option priority any number of times within the time schedule permitted. The priority of options registered at the time of closing of the KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling registration options will be considered for KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling

Allotment of MBBS and BDS Seats - After processing of entered data for KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling, CEE will published the allotment of seats and colleges for MBBS and BDS on the website

Admission for MBBS and BDS Course - Candidates should take admission in the Medical and Dental colleges allotted by CEE after KEAM Medical 2014 Counselling. Candidates who do not take admission will lose their allotment as well as the claims for the selected medical stream and colleges

Documents to be submitted at the time of Admission – After allotments of medical seats, candidates must report to the respective Medical or Dental Colleges on the dates and time specified with the following documents for taking admission.

  • Proof of Date of Birth Certificate
  • KEAM Medical 2014 Admit Card
  • KEAM 2014 Medical Score Card/Marks List
  • Transfer Certificate from the Institution last attended
  • Character Certificate from the Institution last attended
  • Eligibility certificate from any University in Kerala – only for candidates who have passed a qualifying examination other than HSC/Vocational Higher Secondary Examination conducted by Government of Kerala or the examination conducted by CBSE and CISCE
  • Migration Certificate, if applicable
  • Receipt of fee remitted in the Bank
  • Medical Fitness Certificate in the format given in KEAM 2014 Prospectus

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