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Kerala KEA DCET 2017 second round option entry link activated, chose before September 4

Kerala KEA DCET 2017 second round option entry link has been activated today and students have been asked to fill their option before September 4.

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second round option entry link has been activated today and students have been asked to fill their option before September 4. Now, all the students who have KEA DCET 2017 rank can go the website of KEA and fill their option at kea.kar.nic.in. The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has expected to release second allotment result of DCET for admission to different diploma programmes anytime soon.

The second allotment result of DCET for admission to different diploma programmes will made available on the KEA website after completing the process of choosing options. Candidates who appeared for the Diploma Common Entrance Test (DCET) 2017 can visit the official website to check their results once it is annoucned.

The final allotment results will be out on the official website by September 4, once all the aspirants have successfully filled in their options. The seat allotment will be done based on options entered by the eligible candidates and on the basis of merit/rank in Diploma CET-2017. The display of seat matrix and fee structure had begun on August 8. After which the candidates were given a window by KEA from August 12 to 16 to fill in their options. The DCET was conducted by KEA on July 2. As per reports, over 25,000 aspirants have appeared in the DCET 2017.

Students need to keep in mind that the option entry will begin on the same day i.e today and will continue till the next day.

How to fill Kerala KEA DCET 2017 second round option entry

Step 1: Visit the official website at kea.kar.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the ‘DCET 2017’ link available
Step 3: On next page Click on Second Round Option Entry Link upto 04-Sep-2017
Step 4: Enter your DCET number
Step 5: Chose your KEA DCET 2017 second round option entry

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