Once the two days have passed after the KCET mock allotment, students will no longer be able to make any changes in their choice of subject for study or the priority list of colleges.
KCET 2018 allotment results
Using the data available in systems after the candidates have made the changes online, the KCET 2018 seat allotment will start in 3 phases which are known in totality as round 1.
The process of allotment and registration is very fast paced. Just as you get only two days to make any changes after mock allotment, you are allowed only two days to register yourself once your KCET allotment has been published. Failing to do so will make the seat available in the KCET 2nd phase of allotment and similarly from phase 2 to phase 3.
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The whole process is completed within a month’s time. Last year the KCET 2018 allotment took place in the month of July and will probably be around the same time this year too.
A point here worth noting that if you had been allotted a seat in a discipline in any previous year but opted out due to any reason then you cannot apply the same discipline again as you will not be allotted seats in it. You are, however, eligible to try a different field of study. Do keep on visiting our site and click on this link to get the latest updates.