Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Entrance Examinations For MBBS/BDS Courses

Malabar Medical College Hospital and Research Center

Kochi : The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations published the online allotment to 50 seats in  Malabar Medical College towards last midnight.  Allotments can be seen at the website http://www.cee.kerala.gov.in/main.php. The candidates getting allotment have to  remit the fee on 29.09.2015 or 30.09.2015 and should join the course/college allotted before 5 pm on 30.09.2015. Candidates are liable to pay  the fee fixed by the Fee Regulatory Committee if the fee fixed on the basis of agreement between Government and Self-financing Managements is not approved by the Court or any competent authority.

Candidates admitted in Govt./ Govt. Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges can accept the new allotment to MBBS/BDS Courses only after paying the liquidated damages as per clause 12.2.4 of the Prospectus-2015 and orders issued by the Government.

The Candidates admitted in other Private Self Financing Engineering/Architecture Colleges who are allotted to Medical & Allied courses through KEAM 2015 need not pay the Liquidated Damages as per GO(Ms) No. 372/2015/H.Edn. Dated: 03.07.2015 and GO(Ms) No.378/2015/H.Edn. Dated: 03.07.2015 for getting Transfer Certificate and other Documents. But the fees remitted for the year shall not be refunded. All details related to the allotment process are available on the website http://www.cee-kerala.org.

This will be the last allotment to the Private Self Financing Medical College and also to the Government Medical/Dental Colleges unless otherwise notified. Hence the candidates who get allotments in this phase should invariably join the allotted colleges. Otherwise they are liable to pay the Liquidated damages of Rs.10 lakhs as envisaged under Clause 12.2.4 of the Prospectus for KEAM-2015.

The Allotment and Admission in Malabar Medical College Hospital and Research Center, Kozhikkode shall be subject to the result of the Writ Petitions pending before the High Court of Kerala.

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