Kerala Polytechnic trial allotment and trial rank for 2017 admissions has been released today (12 July, 2017). As per the official notice the Polytechnic result 2017 result was scheduled to be released today and as per the notice the result has been released in the official website. On 15th June, the final rank list along with the first allotment result for Polytechnic Admissions 2017-18 in Kerala was released. So the long wait of students come to an end because the result has been released as per its date.
Students can download their result from the official website, students by logging into their personal panel and entering their roll number and other necessary required information can easily download their allotted result.
Every year thousand of students register themselves for the said course. And during the registration process, the students were asked to provide maximum 25 preferred options (programme and institution combination).Kerala Polytechnic allotment list will be prepared on the basis of the index marks obtained, options exercised and reservation criteria, if applicable. There are two streams of diploma programmes, which are as following:
- Stream 1 – Diploma in Engineering/ Technology
- Stream 2 – Diploma in Commercial Practice/ Diploma in Computer Application and Business Management.
Admission under Centralised Allotment Process (CAP) is being done for regular seats in the following basis:
- Government polytechnics
- Government aided programs/ government seats in Self financing programmes
- Management seats under Aided programmes
- NCC/ Sports quota
From May 15 to 29, 2017 DTE carried the online applications form fill up for the Polytechnic College Admission 2017-18. And the provisional rank list and trial allotment list was published by DTE 2017 on 7th June. The students were also given time till 12th June for making the changes as per their convenience, and at last submitting the revised options. Now, based on the revised options, the final rank list and first allotment list for Polytechnic admissions has been published.
If a student is satisfied with the allotment result, then he/she should join the allotted college/ program by paying the required fee and submitting the required certificates. Its must for every student to download their allotment letter from the official website and report to their allotted Polytechnic College with all those required documents. The list of required documents has been placed in the prospectus of Kerala Polytechnic Admission 2017-18.
Students should report the college on the said date if the fail in doing so within the stipulated time will result in losing their allotted seat. And if a student is not satisfied with the allotted option, he/she will have two choices. If he/she can wait for allotment to the higher option by retaining the existing allotment. In this case, he/she will have to register the higher options by reporting at any of the Polytechnic Colleges and submitting the certificates. The student will be considered for allotment to his/her higher options, while his/ her initially allotted seat will also remain reserved.
For those students who do not want to take the admission in the allotted seat, he/she will have to report to any of the Polytechnic College and forfeit the existing option. In this case, his/ her current allotted seat will be taken back and only higher options will be considered for further allotment. The students should report to the Polytechnic College on or before the last date – 20th June. On 24th June the second allotment list will be published, And from the 17 July, 2017 the classes for 1st semester will being.
Directorate of Technical Education is regulating the admissions to six-semester diploma programmes conducted by various Polytechnic Colleges for the academic session 2017-18. And the admissions are done on the merit basis assessed by the students as per their weightage to the marks/ grades obtained in the qualifying examination (SSLC/ THSLC).
For more information students can visit the official website.