The BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test) Seat Allotment process for 2024 is a crucial phase in the admission process for B.E. (Bachelor of Engineering) and B.Pharm. (Bachelor of Pharmacy) programs offered by BITS Pilani, BITS Goa, and BITS Hyderabad campuses.
|Online registration for counselling begins||15 October 2023|
|Online registration for counselling ends||28 October 2023|
|First round of seat allotment (Provisional)||29 October 2023|
|Payment of first round seat acceptance fee (if allotted)||31 October 2023|
|Reporting to allotted college for verification of documents (if allotted)||4 November 2023|
|Release of seat availability list after first round of counselling||8 November 2023|
|Second round of seat allotment (Provisional)||9-10 November 2023|
|Payment of second round seat acceptance fee (if allotted)||11 November 2023|
|Reporting to allotted college for verification of documents (if allotted)||14 November 2023|
|Release of seat availability list after second round of counselling||17 November 2023|
|Third round of seat allotment (Provisional)||18-19 November 2023|
|Payment of third round seat acceptance fee (if allotted)||20 November 2023|
|Reporting to allotted college for verification of documents (if allotted)||23 November 2023|
|Release of seat availability list after third round of counselling||26 November 2023|
|Fourth round of seat allotment (Provisional)||27-28 November 2023|
|Payment of fourth round seat acceptance fee (if allotted)||29 November 2023|
|Reporting to allotted college for verification of documents (if allotted)||30 November 2023|
Publication of Rank List: Before the seat allotment process begins, the KEAM exam authorities release a rank list based on candidates' performance in the KEAM 2024 examination. The rank list is a key reference for seat allocation.
Online Option Registration: Candidates who have qualified for KEAM 2024 are required to register their course and college preferences online. They can choose their preferred colleges and courses in order of preference.
Document Verification: Candidates need to attend an offline document verification process at designated help centers. They must bring their original documents and certificates for verification.
Trial Allotment: A trial allotment is usually conducted to give candidates an idea of their chances of securing their preferred choices based on their ranks and preferences. This is not the final allotment.
Option Locking: After the trial allotment, candidates can revise and lock their choices based on the trial allotment results. It's essential to lock choices carefully, as this step finalizes your preferences.
Seat Allotment: The KEAM authorities then conduct the main seat allotment based on candidates' ranks and locked choices. Higher-ranked candidates have priority in seat allocation.
Payment of Fees: Candidates who are allotted seats must pay the admission fees within the specified time to confirm their seats. Failure to do so can lead to seat forfeiture.
Reporting to Allotted College: After paying the fees, candidates must report to the college or institution to which they have been allotted for the completion of the admission process.
Spot Allotment (if applicable): In some cases, additional spot allotment rounds may be conducted for any remaining vacant seats. Candidates who haven't been allotted a seat earlier can participate in these rounds.
Documents Required for KEAM 2024 Seat Allotment
|Original Admit Card of KEAM 2024||The admit card is issued by the Kerala Entrance Examinations Authority (KEA) to the candidates who have qualified for the KEAM 2024 examination.|
|Original Marksheet of 12th Standard Examination||The marksheet is issued by the board/university where the candidate has passed the 12th standard examination.|
|Transfer Certificate (TC) from the last school/college attended||The TC is issued by the last school/college attended by the candidate. It is a document that certifies that the candidate has been a student of the school/college.|
|Conduct Certificate from the last school/college attended||The conduct certificate is issued by the last school/college attended by the candidate. It is a document that certifies that the candidate has a good conduct.|
|Photo ID Proof||The photo ID proof can be any of the following:|
State Merit (SM): These are seats open to Kerala candidates based on their KEAM rank. A significant portion of seats is usually reserved for State Merit candidates.
All India Quota (AIQ): A certain percentage of seats is reserved for candidates from outside Kerala, known as All India Quota. These seats are typically open to candidates from all over India.
Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC): Seats are reserved for candidates belonging to SEBC categories, including Ezhava, Muslim, Latin Catholic, and other communities. A percentage of seats is allocated for each SEBC category.
Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST): Reservations are provided for candidates from SC and ST communities. A specific percentage of seats is reserved for both categories.
Physically Handicapped (PH): A certain number of seats are reserved for candidates with physical disabilities. The reservation percentage may vary.
Special Reservations: Some institutions may have special reservations for candidates such as defense personnel, sports quota, and more. The percentage of seats and eligibility criteria for these categories may differ.
Management Quota: A certain number of seats may be filled through management quota, where colleges have the discretion to admit students based on criteria set by the institution. These seats are often available for a higher fee.
|Government Engineering College, Barton Hill||Thiruvananthapuram|
|Government Engineering College, Thrissur||Thrissur|
|Government Engineering College, Palakkad||Palakkad|
|Government Engineering College, Kozhikode||Kozhikode|
|Government Engineering College, Kannur||Kannur|
|Government Engineering College, Idukki||Idukki|
|Government Engineering College, Alappuzha||Alappuzha|
|Government Engineering College, Ernakulam||Ernakulam|
|College of Engineering, Trivandrum||Thiruvananthapuram|
|College of Engineering, Chengannur||Alappuzha|
|College of Engineering, Trivandrum (Autonomous)||Thiruvananthapuram|
|College of Engineering, Thalassery||Kannur|
Visit the Official KEAM Website: Go to the official KEAM website. Ensure that you are using the correct and updated link for the year 2024.
Candidate Login: Look for the "Candidate Login" or "Seat Allotment Result" link on the website's homepage and click on it.
Enter Details: You will be prompted to enter your KEAM 2024 Application Number and Password or Date of Birth. Fill in these details accurately.
Access Allotment Result: After entering your login credentials, click on the "Submit" or "View Allotment Result" button.
View Your Seat Allotment: Your KEAM Seat Allotment Result for 2024 will be displayed on the screen. It will show the college and course to which you have been allotted.
Download Allotment Letter: If you are satisfied with the allotment, you can download the seat allotment letter from the same portal.
Pay Admission Fees: After checking the seat allotment, you will need to pay the admission fees within the specified time to confirm your seat. The admission fee details will be mentioned in the allotment letter.
Reporting to the College: Once you have paid the admission fees, you must report to the allotted college within the stipulated period to complete the admission process.
Waiting for Further Rounds (if applicable): If you are not satisfied with the initial seat allotment or have not been allotted a seat, you may have the opportunity to participate in subsequent rounds of counselling, depending on your rank and seat availability.