KEAM Medical 2016 Counselling
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KEAM Medical 2016 Counselling - The online registration and counseling of KEAM Medical 2016 for government medical and dental colleges has been started from July 5, 2016. The counseling of KEAM Medical 2016 is conducted by the exam conducting authority, Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE) for admissions to 1200 MBBS and 240 BDS seats available in government medical and dental colleges of Kerala. Candidates must note that as per the orders released by Ministry of Health and Welfare department, CEE Kerala will also conduct the counseling for private medical and dental colleges of Kerala. The date and time of KEAM Medical 2016 counselling for private medical and dental colleges will be updated shortly.

 

Candidates, whose names are listed in the merit list, are eligible to appear for the Counselling process of KEAM Medical 2016. The counselling of KEAM Medical 2016 is conducted in an online mode, which is called as Centralized Allotment Process (CAP).

 

KEAM Medical 2016 Seat Allotment Result: The seat allotment result of KEAM Medical 2016 has been announced by counselling authority. Candidates can check KEAM Medical 2016 seat allotment result from the link given below:

 

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The centralized allotment process (CAP) is done through the Single Window System (SWS) to give allotment to various medical and dental seats across the state. The online centralized system allotment process is done by the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), with the technical support of the National Informatics Centre (NIC).

 

The candidates who want their higher options to be considered for the medical seats allotment have to log into their Home Page and confirm their options by clicking the 'Confirm' button available therein. After Online Option Confirmation, the candidates can re-arrange / delete their higher order options and also register fresh options to newly added Courses/Colleges. On the basis of options received the second phase allotment result will be published on July 10, 2016. Candidates who receive allotment have to take a printout of their allotment memo and remit the fee/ balance fee payable to the CEE, in one of the designated branches of the State Bank of Travancore (SBT) or by way of online payment on any date from July 11 to 15, 2016. After remitting the fee/balance fee in any of the designated branches of SBT or by way of online payment, the candidates should join the course/college allotted as per the second phase. 

 

To register to KEAM Medical 2016 Counselling - Click here 

 

KEAM Medical 2016 Counselling Schedule: The counselling schedule has been released by the counselling conducting authority. The counselling dates of KEAM Medical 2016 are given below:

 

KEAM Medical 2016 Counselling Schedule for Government medical and dental colleges

KEAM Medical 2016 Counselling Events

Important Dates

Website opens for Online Option Confirmationand for enabling re­arrangement / deletion of higher options and registration of fresh options to the newly added Courses/Colleges.

July 5, 2016

Time for Online Option Confirmation and re-arrangement/ deletion/addition of options ends

July 9, 2016 (8 pm)

Publication of Second Phase Allotment

July 10, 2016

Candidates who have received allotment should remit the fee/balance fee payable in SBT or by way of online payment and should report before the college authorities to join the allotted college/course.

July 11 to 15, 2016

All the college authorities should approve and submit the list of admitted candidates through OAMS.

July 15, 2016 (5 pm)

Important highlights of the Online Counselling of KEAM Medical 2016 are given below:

Registration

  • Candidates whose names are listed in the merit list are eligible to appear in the counselling process

  • Candidates have to click on the above mentioned link to register for the procedure of counselling

  • After the registration process is done, candidates have to choose the suitable options for course and college(s) combination

Registration through the Facilitation Centre

  • Candidates, who are facing difficulty in the registration process can also go to the Open Facilitation Centers (OFC) and Help Desks (HD) for the registration process

  • The facility in OFC and HD are provided free of cost

  • OFC  and HD will be opened through the state for the candidates who need assistance for the registration process

  • The registration for the candidates will be only available for the limited period of time

  • Registration done after the stipulated time will not be entertained

Essentials for registering options:

  • Any candidate, who wish to register for the online counselling process should have the roll number, application number, key number and password handy with them. Candidates have to follow the below mentioned procedure:

    -Logging on to the candidate’s home page on the website

    -Register of options

    -Saving the filled in options

    -Print out of the filled in options

Logging on to the candidate’s home page:

  • Candidates have to log on to the website by entering the details such as application number, roll number and password correctly

Register of options:

  • After logging in, candidates will see a drop down list consisting of courses and colleges options for allotment through the CAP

  • Candidates have to fix his/her preference for the course college combination displayed on the website

Saving the options filled in:

  • After choosing the college and course combinations, candidates have to click on the ‘Save’ button so that the data selected through them must remain in their home page under applicants login

Print out of the filled in options:

  • Once the candidate completes the registration and saving options, he/she can view the changes made in the registration process

  • An option list will be generated and candidates are advised to take the print out of the same and keep it safe for the future purposes

Seat allotment result:

After the registration will be done in the stipulated time as mentioned by the exam conducting authority, allotment result for all the courses will be published on the official website. After the seat allotment result, candidates have to show their filled in college and course option print out to the exam conducting authority in order to claim their seat.

Remittance of the fees:

  • After the seat allotment result will be declared, candidates have to remit the prescribed fee for the course to the account of CEE in specified branches of State Bank of Travancore in the stipulated time mentioned

  • After the fee will be remitted, a receipt will be issued by the bank as a token of the fee remittance

  • Those candidates who do not remit the fees on or before the stipulated time will lose their allotment as well as eligibility for the further allotments

 

 

List of the documents to be submitted at the time of KEAM Medical 2016 admissions:

  • Allotment Memo issued by the CEE

  • Original mark list of the qualifying examination (Higher Secondary or equivalent) and the Pass certificate of the qualifying examination (if issued).

  • Physical Fitness Certificate in the relevant format given in the KEAM Medical2016 Prospectus

  • Certificate to prove date of birth

  • Eligibility certificate from any University in Kerala, in the case of candidates who have passed a qualifying examination other than Higher Secondary Examination/Vocational Higher Secondary Examination conducted by Government of Kerala or the examination conducted by CBSE and CISCE

  • Receipt of fee remitted in the Bank

  • Migration Certificate, if applicable

  • Admit Card of the Entrance Examination 2016

  • Transfer Certificate from the Institution last attended and Conduct Certificate

  • Mark Data sheet of the Entrance Examination

  • Any other documents required by the Head of Institution

MBBS and BDS Course Fee:

Fee for MBBS Programmes Government Medical Colleges

Rs.25,000

Fee for BDS Programmes in Government Dental Colleges

Rs.23,000

List of Medical and Dental Colleges and Seats available: 

Code

Name of Medical College

Number of Seats (as given in admission brochure)

ALP 

T D Medical College, Alappuzha

150

CMC 

Govt. Medical College, Ernakulam

100

KKM 

Govt. Medical College, Kozhikode

250

KTM 

Govt. Medical College, Kottayam

150

MLP

Govt. Medical College, Manjeri, Malappuram 

100

PKM 

PKM Govt. Medical College, Palakkad

100

TCM

Govt. Medical College, Thrissur

150

TVM

Govt. Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram

200

 

Code

Name of Dental College

Number of Seats (as given in admission brochure)

ALD   

Govt. Dental College, Alappuzha

50

KKD  

Govt. Dental College, Kozhikkode

50

KTD  

Govt. Dental College, Kottayam

40

TCD  

Govt. Dental College, Thrissur

50

TVD   

Govt. Dental College, Thiruvananthapuram

50

 Read more on NEET:

KEAM Medical 2016 will continue to be gateway for admission to state medical colleges in the admission year 2016. The exam, which earlier stood cancelled as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016again comes into effect after the Centre brought an ordinance on NEETwhich put state entrance tests out of NEET ambit for 2016 admission year. However, NEET phase 2, applicable for admissions to 15 per cent all India quota in government colleges; and private and deemed institutions, is still open for all.  

 

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