KEAM 2017, Registration Begins for Counselling CEE Kerala CAP


CET Karnataka mock allotment 2017 will be released today. Students are eagerly waiting for their 2017 KEA Mock result, which will come to an end as the KEA mock allotment 2017 will be released in the official website. Students can receive the allotted result from the official website.  The result of Karnataka mock result was to be published much before But due to some inconvenience  it will be released today by the Karnataka CET 2017.

Mock Allotment 2017 has been finally declared for Engineering, Architecture and Agriculture admissions. Students can get their allotted mock result 2017 from the official website by logging into their personal panel and entering their roll number and other necessary details on it.

CET mock allotment 2017 result, KCET mock seat allotment 2017 will be released today by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). The time of publication of KEA KCET mock allotment 2017 is 4 pm. After the release of result students can easily download their CET mock result 2017.

The Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KECT) was conducted on May 2 & 3, and the result was to be published on May 30. The seat matrix for engineering and other courses was published on 14th June and the option entry commence till today. The mock allotment of result was scheduled to be released on 23 June,2017 But again it got delayed for the second time. So the result will be released today.

How mock allotment results are prepared ?

After the entry of options are completed, based on the options entered by the candidates in the order of their merit and by following the Roster System, Mock Seat allotment will be carried out by KEA. Mock seat allotment is only an indicate seat status and it in no way determines the actual allotment status. As already notified by KEA, the seat allotted as per mock allotment may or may not be allotted in the real allotment to a candidate.

KEA mock allotment will help the candidate in following ways:

  • Candidates can revise the application
  • Candidates can  update their application
  • Candidates can add or delete already entered options

The candidates after seat allotment will be required to verify their allotted seat status on KEA website. After the publication of CET mock allotment, the candidates will be free to change, reorder, delete and add of their choices of courses/ colleges as per their preference.

All the students must enter their final options before the prescribed last date, as students who fails to select their final option. He/Her last selected option will be saved as the final option and after that they will not be able to change their options.

Candidates can view their college-wise, course-wise, category-wise cut off rank of mock allotment in the official website of KEA CET 2017. Those who do not get allotted any seat in the mock allotment, should verify the options entered by them and enter more options in which they are interested in order to get allotted a seat when the real allotment is done.

KEA mock allotment provides students a better chance to change or retain the entered options. There are 46,881 seats in engineering and some 2,578 seats in B.Sc. Agriculture, B.V.Sc., Horticulture, B.Tech (Agriculture).

From 5th June onward KEA had opened the document verification process (rank-wise). The last date for document verification was extended to June 22, giving a final chance to all the rank holders who could not appear for document verification in the allotted dates. As per the revised schedule, KEA mock  allotment results will be published after 4 pm today, while the change in options is allowed from June 23 (8 pm onward) to June 24, up to 6 pm. And the real allotment is scheduled to be released on 25th June 2017.

For more information students can visit the official website.


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