KEAM Medical 2014 Seat Allotment may give you an overview of the seat matrix of the medical entrance exam. Kerala Commissioner of Entrance Exam (Kerala CEE) declared the second phase seat allotment of KEAM 2014 on July 28. KEAM 2014 is a combined medical entrance exam conducted by Kerala CEE for admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes for around 3860 seats.
Candidates need to login through their accounts and avail the details of seat allotment. They need to take a print out of the allotment list and visit State Bank of Travancore for the payment of fees.
Candidates need to pay the fees for seat allotment at any of the designated branches of State Bank of Travancore from July 29 to August 2, 2014.
Moreover, those candidates who have a change in allotment than that of the previous allotment are needed to pay the balance fees, if applicable in State Bank of Travancore. The candidates are required to join their allotted colleges before August 2, 2014. In any case, if the candidates do not remit the fees and do not join the allotted colleges may lose their allotment and would be deemed to be removed from the entire KEAM 2014 Counselling process.
Important Dates for KEAM 2014 Seat Allotment – Find below the dates of important events for KEAM 2014 seat allotment.
Fee Payment for 2nd phase of Seat Allotment
July 29 – August 8, 2014
Joining respective colleges as per 2nd phase seat allotment
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