The vacancies existing after the Mop-up Counselling are to be filled by the respective Institutions from 29th to 31st of July, 2020,
as per the following lists furnished by the CEE in accordance with the relevant guidelines of MCI/MCC.
A candidate is eligible to attend the stray vacancy filling allotments at the respective institutions, if he/she satisfies all of the following conditions:
should have a valid rank as per the revised Kerala state merit list of PGM-2020.
should not be holding a seat in All India Quota/Central University/Deemed University/State Quota.
have not been allotted a seat in the Mop-up Counselling irrespective of admission status .
should be ready to pay the prescribed fees and present all the supporting documents to prove the various eligiblity conditions and claims prescribed in the prospectus,while attending the stray vacancy filling process at the respective institutions.
The probable candidates are divided in to three priority levels, as defined below:
|Priority Level 1 || Probable Candidates' List - 1 ||Allotment List as per the Options registered in the Mop-up Counselling
|Priority Level 2 || Probable Candidates' List - 2||Candidates to be considered if vacancies exist after the first list is exhausted
|Priority Level 3 || If vacancies exist after the first two lists are exhausted, any candidate satisfying the eligibility conditions stated at the top of this page may be considered for admitting to the remaining stray vacancies. In the case of vacancies for which sufficient number of probable candidates are not provided in lists 1 or 2 above, because of lack of registered options from the candidates eligible to take part in the institution-level mop-up allotments, the concerned institutions can straight away consider candidates at this level of priority.
Eligible candidates who are seeking admission to any of the vacancies existing after the Mop-up counselling may contact the respective colleges and present themselves at the concerned venue with all the required documents and the fee.