Fresh online applications are invited from eligible students for MBBS admission in medical colleges in Kerala who have not yet submitted applications to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE) under KEAM 2020.
In case of the students who have already submitted application under KEAM 2020 earlier for admission to MBBS course, facility has been made available for addition of other courses as applicable. The facility has been made available for addition of B.Pharm course to those students who have not opted for this course in the already submitted application but appeared and acquired minimum index marks in Paper-I of KEA 2020.
For Medical & allied courses, only those who have appeared in NEET UG 2020 conducted by NTA will be considered. The facility for online submission of fresh applications and addition of course(s) to the already submitted application will be available in the CEE website from 14 Sep 2020 to 18 Sep 2020, 4 pm.
The students must register through the link ‘KEAM 2020-New Application’ provided in the CEE website. On clicking the link, the student will be directed to a web-page containing the online application. After completing the different steps for submission of the application, the student should take a printout of the confirmation page of the online submitted application.
The students need not sent the printout of the confirmation page or other documents to the office of the CEE. The required Application Fee for fresh applications can be paid by way of online payment or by way of e-challan generated from the web page at the time of submission of online application. In case of payment through e-challan, the payment should be made in any of the Head/Sub Post Offices in Kerala.
The students who have already submitted applications from 01 Feb 2020 to 25 Feb 2020 to CEE under KEAM 2020 for MBBS course should not submit fresh applications for admission to other courses. Such students can add the required course in the already submitted application as per their eligibility.
The students who submits fresh application to the CEE who needs any reservation to community/category/fees or any special reservation such as NRI quota/EWS quota should submit the documents of communal/special reservation, non-creamy layer certificate for State education purpose and income certificate along with the online application on or before 18 Sep 2020, 4 PM.
Source: CEE Kerala
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