Three year LLB Allotment Published
The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations has published the second and final phase of Centralised Allotment for admission to 3 year LLB Course in four Government Law Colleges and one Private Self Financing Law College of the State for the year 2012-13. Candidates can download their allotment memo from their homepage by entering their application number, roll number and key number. The details such as candidate's name, roll number, allotment details, reservations allowed, tuition fees, etc are available in the allotment memo. The candidate should take a print out of the allotment memo.
Candidates who receive allotment should report for admission to the Principal of the allotted colleges on the 15th or 16th of October 2012, along with the allotment memo and originals of documents specified in Clause 16 of the Prospectus. They should remit the fees at the allotted college at the time of admission. Colleges shall furnish the non-joining report online and its signed printout by fax to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations before 5 p.m. on 18.10.2012. The candidates who do not join the allotted college on the specified dates, will lose their allotment.
Candidates who receive allotment to their higher options in the second phase of allotment, should get the T.C. from their present college and join the newly allotted colleges on the above specified dates, failing which they will lose their current admission. The Principals of Colleges should compulsorily relieve such candidates by issuing T.C. and return all documents and amount collected from them, to enable them to join their newly allotted colleges in time.
More information can be had on the following helpline numbers: 0471- 2339101, 2339102, 2339103, 2339104 from 10 AM to 5 PM.
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