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Kerala LLB 2022 Seat Allotment

Updated By Disha Assawa on 18 Apr, 2022 16:12

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Kerala LLB 2022 Seat Allotment

The Kerala LLB seat allotment 2022 is done on the basis of scores in the Kerala LLB entrance exam. Candidates who have appeared for the Kerala LLB entrance exam will be allocated seats in various participating institutes of the Kerala LLB entrance exam only after the successful completion of the Kerala LLB counselling process. The seat allotment of Kerala LLB generally begins after around one week of the counselling process. Candidates may also check the seat allotment dates here. Once the seat is allocated to the candidates, he/ she must proceed to reserve a seat as soon as possible or it may lead to losing the allocated seat. 

Candidates need to take a print out of the allotment letter and cheque for the total fee while appearing for the seat locking process. The Kerala LLB seat allotment 2022 will be done in three phases depending upon the number of vacant seats in the relevant programme. The whole procedure of seat allotment is mentioned below. After the completion of Kerala LLB seat allotment 2022 and fee submission, candidates will have to appear at the college/ institute on the date and time provided to them. 

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Kerala LLB Seat Allotment 2022 Important Dates

Kerala LLB 2022 Seat Allotment Procedure

Kerala LLB 2022 Post Seat Allotment

Category -wise Seat Allotment of Kerala LLB 2022

Kerala LLB 2022 Seat Allotment- Important Dates

Candidates may check out the important dates of Kerala LLB seat allotment here: 

Events

Dates for 3 Year LLB

Dates for 5 Year LL.B

Commencement of KLEE LLB Option Registration

To be AnnouncedTo be Announced

Last Date for KLEE LLB Option Registration

To be AnnouncedTo be Announced

Seat allotment for Phase 1

To be AnnouncedTo be Announced

Fee payment for allotted candidates - Round 1

To be Announced

To be Announced

Commencement of Phase 2

To be Announced

To be Announced 

Seat Allotment for Phase 2

To be Announced

To be Announced

Fee payment for allotted candidates - Round 2

To be Announced

To be Announced

Commencement of online option confirmation for Phase 3 along with rearrangement of higher options/ deletion of unwanted options and registration of fresh options

To be Announced

To be Announced

Last date for the online option 

To be Announced

To be Announced

Seat Allotment for Phase 3

To be Announced

To be Announced

Fee payment for allotted candidates - Round 3

To be Announced

To be Announced

Online Choice Filling for Phase 4 (to fill vacant seats)

To be Announced

To be Announced

Seat Allotment for Phase 4

To be Announced

To be Announced

Kerala LLB 2022 Seat Allotment Procedure

The complete procedure for the seat allotment is mentioned below:

Step 1: Registration

  • The first step of the seat allotment process is registration which includes choices filling of course and college. Applicants may change any option within a limited time slot. No changes will be made in the college choice once the seat allotment process is completed. 

Step 2: Trial Allocation of seats

  • Providing a trial allotment will give an idea of the course and college the student will get. However, it should be observed that the allocation of seats in this respective college and course is not guaranteed.

Step 3: Payment of fee

  • Applicants with the allocated seats need to lock their seats after paying the fee before the last date decided by the university. The fee may be submitted online as well as offline mode. 

Step 4: Admission

  • Applicants must take admission in the college allocated to them as soon as possible or the seat will be transferred to some other candidate. 

Step 5: Confirming Participation in Further Allotment Rounds

  • Candidates need to confirm their participation online for their participation in further rounds of allotments by clicking on the ‘confirm’ button. Candidates may also delete their unsolicited alternatives or alter current priorities only after the confirmation. 

Post Kerala LLB 2022 Seat Allotment

Candidates who have confirmed the seat allocated to them need to follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Reporting to the Selected/ Allocated college

Candidates will have to report to the college with the mentioned documents:

  • Admit Card of Kerala LLB 
  • Certificate to prove date of birth
  • Transfer Certificate from the Institute last attended and Conduct Certificate
  • Original mark list of the qualifying exam (Higher Secondary or equivalent)
  • Passing certificate of the qualifying examination (if issued)
  • Fee receipt remitted
  • KEAM 2022 date sheet 
  • Allotment memo as issued by CEE 
  • Migration Certificate (if applicable) 
  • Physical Fitness Certificate in the relevant format
  • Any other documents required by the Head of Institution

Step 2: Documents verification

  • All the submitted documents will be verified according to the provided information. 

Category-wise Seat Allotment of Kerala LLB 2022

Seat allotment protocol in Aided/ Government/ KAU/ KUFOS/ KVASU Colleges:

The allocations will first be granted to the applicants under the State Merit (SM) quota as per compulsory reservation. The seats will only be provided, subject to mandatory reservation, to the applicant, after all of the' state merit ' seats have been terminated.

Allotment in Aided/ Government/ KAU/ KUFOS/ KVASU Colleges with multiple Claims under Mandatory Quota

Candidates listed on the ranking lists will be suitable for allocations under Mandatory Reservation State Merit (SM) or other reservation quotas. In this scenario, the SEBC (EZ / MU / BH / LA / DV / KN / BX / KU) or Scheduled Caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribe (ST) claim may benefit an applicant. Candidates will be provided seats on the quota structure. The hierarchy will be as follows: 

1) Candidates for the State Merit List 

2) Candidates without reservation gain from SEBC / SC / ST.

Special Reservations Allotment: 

Special reservations will be available to persons with disabilities. These allocations are only produced in the institutes in which the seats are recognized.

Seat allotment protocol in Self-financing Colleges:

The allocation under this will depend upon the college or the college allocated.

Note- If an applicant is directed at any point in the allocation to appear for private counselling and is unable to participate in the process because of real problems, then the applicant's parent/guardian or any authorized person may function as a proxy upon issuance of an approved letter.

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