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CEE Kerala Centralized allotment Process begins on June 30



CEE Kerala allotment for Engg/Architecture/Pharmacy on 30th June

The Commissioner for Entrance Examination (Kerala) announced that all the activities related to the Centralized Allotment Process (CAP) for admission to the Engineering, Pharmacy, and Architecture courses in the state began on 23rd June 2017. The CEE will allot the seats according to the rank list for Kerala Engineering/Pharmacy/Architecture.
Candidates can register their choice at The last date of filling in your options is 28th June 2017 by 5 pm.

  • Multiple Facilitation Centers, with internet facility, have been established throughout the state to help the students in the registration process by providing all the necessary details.

  • You can find the location of all these centers on the given website.

  • If candidates do not register with in the deadline they are not eligible for any of the courses.

All the details of the allotment process are given on

  • A trial allotment will be announced on 27th June 2017 by the CEE.


  • The first allotment will be declared on 30th June 2017.


  • All the students who will get a seat through the allotment process will have to submit the fee, given in the allotment memo.


The fee can be paid online or by cash at an identified State Bank of India (Branch) between 1st July 2017 to 5th July 2017 by 3 pm.
It is not compulsory to join the college that you are offered after the first allotment. However, it is important to submit the fee otherwise you will lose your seat as well as the remaining options in the stream of your allotment. You will not be offered this seat again in the next phase of the allotment process.
The CEE will be allotting seats in the first phase to the following colleges in the Engineering stream:

  1.    College Under Kerala Agricultural University

  3.    Colleges Under Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies

  5.    Colleges Under Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

  7.    Private Self-financing Colleges under KSFECMA

  9.    Private Self-financing Colleges Under Kerala Catholic Engineering College Management Association

  11.    Government Aided Colleges

  13.    Government Controlled Self-financing Colleges

Allotment grouped
CEE will allot 50% government seats and 45% Management Quota seats in the self-financing engineering colleges.  60% of the government seats and 35% of the management quota seats will be allotted by CEE in the colleges under CAPE. 100% seats will be allotted as merit seats by the CEE in the Calicut University Institute of Engineering and Technology.  At the University College of Engineering, Muttom, Thodupuzha, CEE will allot 95% of the seats as merit seats. CEE will allot 50%government seats and 35% management quota seats to the students in the Sree Chithira Thirunal College of Engineering, Pappanamcode, Thiruvananthapuram.
CEE will make all allotments except the Management quota seats, Nomination seats, and the All India Quota seats in the Government, Aided,  Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Kerala Agricultural University, and Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies. 50%seats will be allotted in the Private Self-financing Architecture and Engineering colleges by the CEE as Government quota.
For the allotment of the Community, Registered Trust and Registered society seats in the Private Self-financing Colleges, separate notifications will be issued. Students wanting admission under these categories will have to submit their preferences online in the first phase itself.
Fee structure

  • The students who get allotment in the Colleges under KSFECMA will have to submit an additional Rs. 10,000 in favor of the CEE, Trivandrum.

  • The payment can be made online or at any specified SBI Branch

  • The balance fee will be submitted at the time of the admission.

  • The fee structure of all the courses in the Private Self Financing Engineering Colleges under KSFECMA is available on their respective websites.

  • The fee concession for the students in the lower income group will be provided only after the admission process is completed. So, students have to submit full fees before taking admission. The balance fee will be refunded afterward.

  • If the fee fixed in accordance with the government and self-financing managements is not approved by the court or competent authority, the candidates are liable to submit the fee fixed by the Fee Regulatory Committee.

  • All the allotment to different courses will be based on the All India Regulatory Bodies and Affiliation from either the University or the Government orders.

In the government and government aided engineering colleges, the fee for the engineering and architecture courses is Rs. 8,225 p.a.
For the Government controlled and University Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges, the fees for the government seat is Rs. 35,000/- p.a and for the management seats is Rs. 65,000/- p.a
IN the Engineering College under Kerala Agricultural University, the per semester tuition fee for the B.Tech in Agricultural Engineering and Food Engineering and Technology is Rs. 7,500/- and Rs. 36,250/- respectively.
For the B.Tech in Dairy Technology and Food Technology in the Engineering Colleges under the Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, the per semester tuition fee is Rs. 3,410.
The tuition fee per semester for the B.Tech in Food Science and Technology from the Engineering from the Engineering College Under Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies is Rs. 33,000.
In the Private Self-financing Colleges, under the KSFECMA (Kerala Self Financing Engineering College Management Association), 25% students in the lower income group will have fee Rs. 50,000/- p.a. Another 25% have to pay an extra special fee up to Rs. 25,000 p.a. The fees per annum for the Ship Building and the naval architecture courses in Rs. 85,000 for 25% of the students from the lower income group and for another 25%, an extra special fee Rs. 50,000/- p.a need to be paid.
For Colleges under Kerala Catholic Engineering College Managements Association the fee is Rs. 75,000/- p.a. and an additional Rs. 1,00,000 has to be deposited as a Refundable interest-free deposit.
In the Private Self Financing Colleges, the fee for the 25% students in the lower income group is Rs. 50,000/- p.a. while the other 25% has to pay a special fee up to Rs. 25,000/- p.a.
The annual fee in the Government Pharmacy Colleges is Rs. 15,000.


Fee Benefits  


  • The Management of the Colleges under KCECMA have to set aside Rs. 3 lakhs to give as a scholarship to 60 students in the form of Tuition Fee Waiver. This is in accordance with GO(Ms)No.689/2013/H.Edn dated: 16.11.2013.

  • For the engineering courses, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has sanctioned 5% of the seats as supernumerary seats. These seats are for the admission under the Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme. Based on eligibility, the CEE will allot these seats. The Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme is implemented in accordance with the norms given by the AICTE.

  • As per the government orders, the students of SC/ST/OBC category will have fee benefits. They have to submit a token deposit of Rs. 1,000 for accepting the allotment.


Candidates, whose ranks, for some reasons, have been withheld, can also register their options. But unless they submit the required documents to clear their defects by 27th June 2017 (5 pm), their options will not be considered for allotment.
For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website


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