Reena Saini Updated On: 22 Apr, 2019 17:46 IST
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Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Kerala conducts the counselling process for aspirants of KEAM. The KEAM 2019 counselling process will be conducted for the qualified candidates via online mode through Centralised Allotment Process (CAP), in the month of June 2019 after the declaration of KEAM 2019 Result and Rank List. Candidates must note that the selection of the candidates to participate in the counselling will be based on the ranks of the candidate.
Registration is the first step for the participants of KEAM 2019 counselling process followed by document verification. During the counselling session, candidates will have to fill in their choice of courses and colleges. Based on the rank, category, filled choices and availability of seats in colleges, candidates will be allotted seats, and he/she will have to confirm their admission by document verification and payment of tuition fees.
Online registration for KEAM Counselling starts on
Last week of June 2019
|Trial Allotment||Last week of June 2019|
|Last date of online option registration facility||Last week of June 2019|
KEAM Allotment Round 1 starts
Last week of June 2019
Payment of provisional admission fee
1st week of July 2019
|Candidates allotted to MBBS/BDS courses will have to join the allotted college after the first phase allotment. Candidates allotted to courses other than MBBS/BDS need not join the colleges after the first allotment.||2nd week of July 2019|
In order to participate in the counselling rounds, candidates will have to register themselves for the KEAM 2019 counselling session by following the below process:
Step 1: KEAM 2019 Counselling Registration
Firstly, candidates will have to click on ‘KEAM 2019 Candidate Portal’ by using their KEAM 2019 Roll number and Application number.
Submit Key Number and Password after logging in.
Step 2: Selection of Courses and Colleges
After registering, a list of participating colleges and courses will be displayed on the screen, among which candidates will have to make the choices.
Candidates are advised to fill their preferences carefully as allotment of seats during KEAM counselling 2019 will be done accordingly.
Step 3: Review and Print Out
After filling the choices and submitting the choices, candidates will be able to review their selection. A print out of the filled options should be taken for future use.
KEAM 2019 Seat Allotment:
As a part of the counselling process, the seat allotment of the candidates will be done according to the merit of the candidate, his/her preferred college, course and availability of seat. For seat allotment purposes, candidates will have to pay the required fees at the CEE account in the specified branches of State Branch of Travancore (SBT) and will have to report at the allotted institute to confirm their admission.
Note: Qualified candidates will have to bring their original documents, for document verification.
10+2th Standard Mark Sheet and Pass Certificate
KEAM Result 2019
Proof of Date of Birth
Bank Fee Receipt
CEE Allotment Memo
Eligibility Certificate from those applicants who have passed their qualifying examination other than examination conducted by Kerala Government or CEE.
Migration Certificate (if applicable)
Physical Fitness Certificate
Transfer Certificate from the last attended institute
Conduct Certificate from the last attended institutes
Any other document required by the Head of the Institution
1. Will there be counseling for Admission to Professional Courses (KEAM (B.E / B.Tech) )?
There is no face to face counseling. The allotment is made through the Centralized Allotment Process (CAP) in which options are to be registered (filed) online through the website (www.cee.kerala.gov.in).
2. What are the certificates that must be submitted to prove nativity?
Candidates can submit any one of the following documents/certificates for satisfying their nativity requirements. Certificate to prove nativity for Keralites. The true copy of relevant page of SSLC of the candidate showing his/her place of birth in Kerala. Self-attested copy of this certificate has to be attached separately.
3. What are the types of colleges included in the allotment process?
Government/Aided Colleges (G)
Government Controlled Self Financing Colleges (N) [coming under IHRD, CAPE, LBS, CCE, Universities and KSRTC]
Private Self Financing Colleges (S)
4. I belong to OE category, but my annual family income exceeds 4.5 lakh. Are there any fee benefits for such candidates?
Yes. But such candidates are not eligible for any communal reservations. They should submit a community certificate to get fee concession benefits.