- There are 51 government and government-aided Polytechnic colleges with 11,670 seats in multiple trades of Diploma courses.
- Other 3,055 seats are available in Self-financing Institutions.
DTE started the admission process long back, but the process got fixed up in some issues. DTE was forced to reopen the registration process again and the same ended on July 10.
DTE rank list was published on 12th July, and according to the admission rules, DTE had published the provisional , based on the information provided by the students while filling the registration form. The final rank list and first allotment list was published on 18th July, which marked the actual commencement of allotment process. The second allotment list was published by DTE on 25th July.
Kerala polytechnic third allotment 2017 has been declared today by DTE. If a student is satisfied with the allotted seat of higher option (from the first/ second round), the candidate must report to the respective Polytechnic college. Students should confirm their seat by paying the admission fee.
The students are required to carry the admission slip/ allotment letter while reporting to the Institute for admission.The students who have been allotted a seat in the third round can join the colleges on or before the last date, i.e. 3rd August, up to 4 pm. While DTE will publish another allotment result (4th round) on 5th August, the classes in all Polytechnic Colleges have started today.
For more information students can visit the official website.