Medical/Allied Courses Allotment

Published: 29th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th August 2014 05:33 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The third phase of allotment to MBBS/BDS courses and fifth phase of allotment to other medical and allied courses for the year 2014 will commence on Saturday.

Candidates included in the ranklist for MBBS/BDS courses-2014 can register fresh options to the newly-included private self- financing dental colleges and candidates included in the medical ranklist-2014 can register fresh option to the newly-included Ayurveda, Homeopathy and Siddha medical colleges through the website from Saturday to 4 pm on September 4.

Candidates who don’t register their options within the stipulated time will not be considered for allotment to the newly- included colleges under any circumstances.

The ‘Option Facilitation Centres’ (OFC) and helpdesks will be functioning throughout the state during this period for providing necessary help to the candidates for registration of options. The details of such centres are available on the website

The publishing of allotment will be held on September 10. Candidates allotted to all courses should remit the fee/balance fee shown in the allotment memo at selected branches of State Bank of Travancore and should join the respective colleges between September 11 to 13. Submission of non- joining report by the college authorities should be done by September 13 before 5.30 pm.

The schedule for further allotments, if any, will not be notified in due course. The fee concession benefits will be available to the candidates only after completion of allotment process. Hence the candidates should remit the full fee to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations at the time of allotment, said office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examination in a press note on Thursday.


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