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Kerala LLB admission, mop up allotment process begins – Times of India


THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The mop up allotment process for filling up seats for LLB courses vacant in various law colleges in the state has begun.

Candidates desirous to participate in the allotment process many submit options online before 4 pm on October 19. Allotment of seats though the mop up process is for both three year and five year integrated LLB courses, an official statement from the office of the controller of entrance examinations said here on Saturday. All allotment would be on the basis of options submitted online. Provision for the same is available on the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in.

Candidates who have not yet been allotted seats, those who failed to claim the seats that were earlier allotted them or those who have surrendered their seats can submit options. For making using of the mop up allotment effectively, candidates may submit options to all courses and colleges of their interest.

Those who fail to submit options within the stipulated time won’t be considered for the mop up allotment. Those who get allotments should take admission before 3 pm on October 23. For this, they will have to appear in person at the respective institutions.





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