The counselling/Admission will be held from the 2nd week of July and the schedule will be posted on the official portal.
- Candidates will not receive any call letters or communication by post.
- The counselling schedule and the registration will be done only through the login portal; registered candidates will be allotted seats as per their rank and availability of the seats.
- Candidates have to register and fill in the option of courses and institutes according to their preference and also have to submit the required documents for verification.
- The admission will be based on the valid score/rank in the prescribed test/examination and score that is obtained in the group discussion/interview.
The distributions of the seats are given below:
State Merit Seats (SM):
Out of the total approved seats of Self-financing B Tech Programmes 50% are earmarked as State Merit Seats with lower rate of fees. Keralite, as defined in this prospectus, and who have selected Keralite status in the on-line application alone can opt for State Merit Seats.
All India Merit Seats (AIM):
Out of the total approved seats of Self-financing B Tech Programmes 40% seats are earmarked as All India Merit Seats with higher rate of fees. Both Keralite and Non-Keralite candidates can opt for AIM seats.
All India Quota (AIQ):
For the regular B Tech Programmes viz .B Tech in (Naval Architecture and Ship Building), B Tech (Instrumentation Technology) and B Tech (Polymer Science Engineering) and for all programmes other than B Tech Programmes 10% of the total approved seats are earmarked as All India quota. Both Keralite and Non-Keralite are eligible to be considered against AIQ. The remaining seats are reserved for candidates who are Keralite as defined in this prospectus and who have opted Keralite status during the on-line application process.
Non-Resident Indian Seats (NRI):
Out of the total approved seats of B Tech self-financing programmes, 10% seats are set apart as NRI seats with a different fee structure. Similarly 10% of the total seats of LLB and LLM programmes and all undergraduate and post graduate programmes that do not require AICTE approval are reserved for NRI candidates on supernumerary basis. NRI Status is not essential to apply for these seats. Those who intend to be considered to NRI seats should choose NRI as special reservation and in the case of B Tech Programmes shall invariably opt for AIM seats at the time of option registration. Candidates who applied as NRI shall be considered to SM seats only if they opt for the same as one of their choices during option
Registration and if they are eligible for the same.