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Kerala Polytechnic 2nd Allotment List 2017 Expected Today

The candidates are supposed to pay the fee and get their documents verified in order to confirm their seat allotment.

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Updated:July 25, 2017, 12:56 PM IST
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Kerala Polytechnic 2nd Allotment List 2017 Expected Today
Applications were invited and registration process was completed by July 10, 2017. (Photo: polyadmission.org)
Department of Technical Education (DTE), Kerala is expected to release the Kerala Polytechnic 2nd Allotment list on its official website polyadmission.org on Tuesday as per the counseling schedule. Applications were invited and registration process was completed by July 10, 2017. The first allotment list was published on July 18, 2017. Candidates who are seeking admissions into various diploma courses at Polytechnic Institutes in Kerala State, can check their result status as soon as it is made available by the DTE, Kerala.

How to Check Kerala Polytechnic 2nd Allotment List 2017?

Step 1: Visit the official website polyadmission.org

Step 2: Click on the url ‘Kerala Polytechnic Second Allotment Results 2017’

Step 3: Enter your Application / Registration ID and Date Of Birth

Step 4: Click Submit Button and check the 2nd allotment list

Step 5: Download and Take a Print out for future reference

The allotment letter is available in the candidate login window of the official website and the candidates with their name in the allotment list are supposed to report the allotted college on or before July 28, 2017 at 4 PM. The candidates are supposed to pay the fee and get their documents verified in order to confirm their seat allotment. The third and fourth allotment results will be published very soon. Classes for 1st Semester will begin from 31st July 2017.

There are 51 Government and Government-aided Institutions with 11,670 seats. 3,055 seats are available in Self-financing Institutions. The total available seats are 14,725. The Allotment Merit List via Centralized Allotment Process (CAP) is based on candidate’s marks in SSLC OR THSLC 60% of the seats are based on Merit only irrespective of any reservation while 40% seats in Polytechnics are reserved for Socially and Education Backward classes (SEBC), SC and ST candidates.
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