KEAM Seat Allotment 2021 - Dates, Schedule, Procedure, Result
KEAM Seat Allotment 2021 - The CEE Kerala will conduct KEAM 2021 seat allotment in June. KEAM seat allotment will be through Centralized Allotment Process (CAP), an online Single Window System (SWS) process. In CAP the seats are allotted to candidates based on their merit, options filled during counselling registration and availability of seats through KEAM 2021. It is mandatory for candidates to fill options during the KEAM counselling 2021 in order of their preference of colleges and courses. KEAM seat allotment 2021 for all candidates will be done in three phases. If a candidate fails to join the college and course allotted, he/she will lose the KEAM allotment along with all the existing options in the course. Under KEAM 2021 seat allotment, candidates will be allotted seats into Government/ Aided/ KAU/ KVASU/ KUFOS and Self Financing Colleges. To know more about the seat allotment of KEAM 2021, read the complete article.
KEAM Seat Allotment 2021 Important Dates
Online registration and option entry
To be notified
Trial allotment of KEAM 2021
To be notified
Seat allotment for Phase 1
To be notified
Fee payment for allotted candidates - Round 1
To be notified
Choice filling for Phase 2
To be notified
Seat Allotment for Phase 2
To be notified
Seat Allotment for Phase 3
To be notified
KEAM Seat Allotment 2021 Procedure
Candidates who will qualify the entrance exam will be eligible to participate in the KEAM 2021 seat allotment process. The seat allotment will be through a centralised online process and involves several steps. Candidates are provided here the detailed procedure of KEAM seat allotment 2021 for the reference:
Registration for KEAM Seat Allotment 2021: To participate in the seat allotment of KEAM 2021, candidates have to register for the counselling process. Candidates who will not register for KEAM 2021 counselling will not be allotted seats. While registering, candidates will have to fill their choices of colleges and courses in the order of their preference. The choices once filled can be rearranged ‘n’ number of times within the time period given.
Trial KEAM Seat allotment 2021: Before releasing the final allotment, authorities will conduct KEAM 2021 trial allotment. In this round candidates will get an idea about the colleges and courses they can get based on the choices they have filled during registration. However, the trial allotment does not guarantee an allotment in that respective college and course in further rounds.
Candidates can also modify their choices of colleges and courses they have filled on the basis of seats they will be allotted in mock/trial KEAM seat allotment.
Allotment: The authorities will release the allotment of KEAM 2021 in three rounds. Candidates will be required to login to their account and check their seat allotment result of KEAM 2021. If a seat is allotted, candidates will have to download their allotment memo and take a print out of the same. The allotment memo will carry the details like name of the college and course allotted to the candidates.
Fee Remittance: Candidates who will be allotted seats will have to pay the college fee within the specified time. Candidates who will miss paying fee on time will lose their allotment along with all the existing options in the stream. Candidates will be able to pay the fee in CEE account in specified SBI branches as notified by the authorities or by online mode. Moreover, candidates must download and take the print out of the fee receipt which will be issued by the bank or through an online payment page. The receipt will be required at the time of document verification.
Admission of Candidates: Candidates who are allotted seats and paid the fee must report to the allotted college to confirm their admission. Candidates who will not report to the college will lose their allotment along with the existing options. It must be noted that options once lost will not be available in the subsequent phases.
Online option confirmation for participating in subsequent phases of KEAM 2021 seat allotment:
Candidates who are allotted a seat but want to participate in the further allotment rounds have to log in and confirm their options by clicking on the ‘Confirm’ tab. Moreover, candidates will be able to delete their unwanted options or change the priority of existing options. However, this can be done only after the online option confirmation. Candidates must note that this option of online confirmation will be mandatory for each KEAM 2021 seat allotment phase.
Spot allotment or Mop up Rounds
If seats remain vacant after the general allotment rounds, the spot allotment or mop up round will be conducted. Candidates having their names in the rank list will be eligible to attend this round. However, candidates who have obtained seats in a course in Government colleges on merit will not be eligible to participate in the spot allotment for that particular course.
However, candidates admitted to Government merit seats in a Government Controlled Self Financing College will be allowed to participate in spot round for a Government college for any course.
Verification of Documents: The documents carried along will be verified by the head of the college or institute. Higher Options cancellation after joining a College: Candidates who will join their college on specified dates can cancel their remaining options fully or partially or change the priority of their remaining options before the dates given.
Documents to be carried to Reporting Institute
KEAM 2021 seat allotment memo as issued by CEE
Fee receipt remitted
Certificate to prove date of birth
Physical Fitness Certificate in the relevant format
Transfer Certificate from the Institute last attended and Conduct Certificate
Original mark list of the qualifying exam (Higher Secondary or equivalent)
Passing certificate of the qualifying examination (if issued)
Eligibility certificate from any University in Kerala, in case of candidates who have passed the qualifying examination other than Higher Secondary Examination/ Vocational Higher Secondary Examination as conducted by Government of Kerala or the exam conducted by CBSE and ICSE.
Migration Certificate (if applicable)
Any other documents required by the Head of Institution
KEAM Cutoff 2021
After each KEAM seat allotment 2021, the last rank details of that particular allotment will be published on the official site by the authorities. Candidates must note that the last rank given will be the candidates’ rank and not their position in the category list.
KEAM 2020 Last Rank Details
KEAM 2019 Last Ranks
KEAM 2018 Last Ranks
KEAM 2021 Seat Allotment Over, What After it?
Once the seat allotment procedure is over and seats are allotted to the candidates, they have to report to the allotted college. Candidates who will be allotted seats will have to report to the colleges along with the mentioned documents and confirm their admission. Also, candidates will have to pay course fees as prescribed by the University during admission.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - KEAM Seat Allotment 2021 - Dates, Schedule, Procedure, Result
Question: What is the KEAM 2020 Seat allotment protocol in Government/ Aided/ KAU/ KVASU/ KUFOS Colleges?
In this, the seat will be first allotted to candidates under State Merit (SM) quota having eligible reservation benefits as per mandatory reservation. Once it is doen, ‘State Merit’ vacancies will be over, the seats will be offered to candidates eligible reservation quotas under mandatory reservation.
Question: How is Allotment in Government/ Aided/ KAU/ KVASU/ KUFOS Colleges with multiple Claims under Mandatory Quota?
Candidates included in the rank lists will be eligible for allotment under State Merit (SM) or other reservation quotas under Mandatory Reservation. In this case, a candidate may have the benefit of SEBC reservation (EZ/MU/BH/ LA/DV/VK/KN/BX/KU) or Scheduled Caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribe (ST) claim. The seats will be given to candidates on the hierarchy of quotas, i.e.
1) State merit list candidates
2) Candidate without SEBC/ SC/ ST reservation benefit.
Question: What is Special Reservations Allotment? Who is eligible for this?
The Persons with Disabilities will be eligible for Special Reservations. Such allotments will be made only in the colleges where the seats have been identified.
Question: What is seat allotment protocol in Self-financing Colleges?
The allotment in Self-financing colleges will be college or institute wise.
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Questions related to KEAM
sir, Ive got 94 percentage in higher secondary exam...how much mark should I score to get a rank below 1500 in keam
The rank list of keam entrance test will be prepared by calculating the average marks secured in KEAM entrance test and class 12 in the ratio of 50:50, however it is really difficult to predict the exact score against the rank since score and ranking chances every year simultaneously , depends on some of the factors like questions difficulty level, seat matrix, students category. however to secure a decent score you have to make correct answers of 80% of the questions with out attempting wrong answers.
hope it would help.
I have 85% marks in PCM in state board, how can i get into a good engineering college and how much marks should i score in KEAM in order to secure a good rank?
There is nothing to do with pcm aggregate 85% percentage in state board as admission in engineering colleges would be totally on the basis of entrances . So you need to do really well in the entrance to secure a good college seat in the keam entrance.
keam 2021 online application submission date???
KEAM 2021 is an annual, state-level entrance exam to undergraduate programs in Engineering. All Indian citizens are eligible to apply for the exam, but only students from Kerala are eligible for reservations. Exam will consist of a total of 120 MCQ questions, which have to be attempted in 2 hours and 30 minutes. Online Application willbe relaeased in the month of February/March Exam will be held in the month of April. It will be announced soon keep visiting the link below:
what is the mark required to get below 5000 rank in keam with a percentage of 85
For knowing the KEAM marks
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I am a 12th undergoing student preparing for NATA should i write the Keam exam to get into govt colleges in kerala to get a barch seat
I would suggest you to appear for keam also just for a back up. You should have a back up with you so that if unfortunately you do not perform well in nata then you have the options of getting colleges in Kerala through keam. It is not bad to apply for more examinations, it just gives you more options to choose from and you would get a better possibility of landing into a good college.