KEAM 2022: Phase 1 allotment to Medical (except MBBS/BDS)/Medical Allied/Pharmacy courses published

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Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Kerala has published the results of the first phase centralised allotment to Ayurveda/ Homoeopathy /Siddha /Pharmacy/Agriculture/ Veterinary/Forestry/Fisheries/ Co-operation & Banking/ Climate change & Environmental Science/B.Tech Biotechnology (Under Kerala Agricultural University) courses to the State quota seats in Government and Private Self-financing colleges in Kerala for the academic year 2022-23 at

The allotment has been published after addressing the valid complaints received from candidates within the stipulated time, against the Provisional Allotment List published on 27.11.2022.

Candidates can log in to their Home Page at to view their allotment. The details of allotment such as Name, Roll Number, Allotted Course, Allotted College, Category of Allotment, Fee details etc. will be available in the home page as well as in the Allotment Memo that may be downloaded from there. This phase Allotment memo will not be available later and thus all the allotted candidates should take sufficient copy of allotment memo for further use.

Candidates should also download the ‘Data Sheet’ containing the basic details of the candidates by clicking the menu item ‘Data Sheet’ available in the home page of the candidates. The printout of this Data Sheet, allotment memo and the documents as per clause 11.7.1 should be produced before the college authorities at the time of admission.

Candidates who have received an allotment should remit the fees shown in the allotment memo to the allotted college itself and should join the course/college allotted by 3 pm on 2.12.2022.

As the fee for 2022-23 academic year is not yet fixed in Self Financing colleges, those candidates who got allotment in Self Financing colleges should provisionally pay the fee fixed for 2021-22 academic year and they have to pay the balance fees in case if the fee to be fixed by the Admission Supervisory Committee/Government/Hon’ble High Court for the academic year 2022-23 is higher than that of 2021-22 for these colleges.

Those candidates who do not join the college allotted within the stipulated time will lose their allotment. Higher options of such students in the stream will not be considered for second phase allotment.

The schedule of second phase of the Centralised allotment process to Ayurveda/Homoeo/Siddha /Pharmacy/Medical Allied courses will be published later. Facility for online option confirmation and for rearranging the existing options/deleting the unwanted options will be provided before the second phase allotment.

The Notification related to the result of Phase 1 allotment is given at

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