MDS 2019- First phase of Allotment Published
The first phase allotment to PG dental course for 2019[ in the Government /Private Self Financing Dental colleges] has been published . This allotment is based on the rank in the Kerala State merit list published on 06.04.2019 and the online options filed by the candidates from 03.04.2019 to 07.04.2019, 3 pm.
The allotment result is available in the website of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, www.cee.kerala.gov.in. To view the allotment result, candidates should log on to the ‘PG Dental 2019 – Candidate Portal’ by submitting their Application Number and Password. Then by clicking on the link ‘Allotment Result’, candidates can view their allotment result. It is necessary to take a printout of the Allotment Memo.
Those candidates who receive an allotment shall have to remit the fees as specified in the first phase allotment memo to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations by way of Online Payment or in any designated Head Post Office, by way of cash, in order to accept the allotment. After remitting the required fees, the allotted candidates should report for joining the allotted colleges from 09.04.2019 to 12.04.2019, 5 pm along with the required documents specified in the allotment memo.
The balance tuition fee, if any, should be remitted at the allotted college during admission. The allotted candidates who do not take admission in the respective college before the time specified will lose his/her present allotment as well as all the higher order options. Such candidates will not be considered for further online allotment for the existing options.
All the college authorities should approve the list of admitted candidates through Online Admission Management System (OAMS) at 5 p.m. on 12.04.2019. Note: Candidates who have claimed SC/ST reservation and whose caste status is under scrutiny by KIRTADS have been provisionally considered for allotment. The allotment/admission, if any, of such candidates shall be purely provisional and subject to final verification of their caste status.
More information can be had on the following helpline numbers: 0471- 2339101, 2339102, 2339103, and 2339104.
Courtesy : Online sources