Calicut University UG Second Allotment 2022 : Calicut University second allotment 2022 has been published at the official website today (19.8.2022). The result will be updated through online mode. No candidates will be able to access the result through any other means. All the candidates those who have applied for Degree admission can check the allotment status at the official website using the application number and password.
Calicut University UG Second Allotment 2022
Calicut University Degree UGCAP Second Allotment 2022 is the actual allotment list of the candidates who are selected for admission for the degree programmes under the university. The degree Second allotment result is prepared on the basis of the options changed by the candidates after the first allotment period. The second allotment is being conducted by the university to fill the vacant seats after the first allotment.
Calicut University UGCAP Degree Admission Highlights
Calicut University Degree Admission 2022-22
Calicut University Degree First allotment Date
August 1st week, 2022
Mandatory Fee Payment to confirm the allotment
August 1st Week, 2022
Calicut Degree Second Allotment
August 2nd Week, 2022
Mandatory Fee Payment
August 2nd Week
Reporting at the College by all the candidates
received allotment up to the Second allotment
August 3rd week
How to Check Calicut University UG Second Allotment 2022 ?
Candidates those who have applied for the admission and are now waiting for the allotment status can check the allotment at the official website using the application number and password. The allotment status will be released soon on the official website. Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to check the Calicut University UG 2nd allotment status.
Steps to Check Allotment Status
Step 1 : Visit the Official Website of Calicut University www.ugcap.uoc.ac.in
Step 2 : Click on the Link “Second Allotment”.
Step 3 : Enter the Required Credentials.
Step 4 : The Second Allotment details will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5 : Download for future reference.
What is Second Allotment ?
The Second allotment will be published on the scheduled date. All candidates received allotment should remit mandatory fee to claim their allotment. The candidates failing to remit mandatory fee will lose allotment received and will not be considered for further allotments. The candidates satisfied with the allotment received shall cancel all their higher options. In case the higher options are not cancelled the candidate will be considered for the higher options and will be bound to relinquish the previous allotment and must take admission to the allotment received to their higher options.
The allotted candidates should remit the required fee from specified date. If the candidates failed to make payment within this specified time, the allotment will be canceled.
The candidates who get allotment should report to the college with receipt/chalan of the fee remitted to join the programme within the scheduled date.
If the candidate is satisfied with an allotment and does not want to be considered for further allotments, candidate must cancel all the remaining higher options. Candidates retaining all or any one of his/her higher options after an allotment are bound to accept the next allotment. Failing to do this will result in losing previous allotment as well as the new allotments .
Cancellation of Higher Options
The candidates who have received any allotment and are waiting for allotments to higher options can login into CAP after each allotment and either delete their higher options completely or partially. Rearrangement of options will be available after the trail allotment
Calicut University Allotment Steps
All the candidates received first and second allotment should take permanent or temporary admission in the respective colleges. The candidates satisfied with the allotment received during first or second allotment shall cancel all their higher options and take permanent admission. All other candidates waiting for higher options shall take temporary admission without canceling their higher options. Candidates failing to take admission after second allotment on temporary or permanent basis will be expelled from the further admission process.
There will be three main allotments for the admission. The candidates who got allotment should pay the mandatory fee (in single Echalan/online payment) within the time for confirmation of the allotment. Then after the candidate must have to login to the web site and deemed to have accepted the admission to the course and college allotted. Those who fail to remit the fee or those who fail accept allotment on or before the time prescribed for the same will lose the current allotment as well as the eligibility for further allotments.
On receiving allotment in Second allotment to a particular option, all other lower options will be automatically cancelled and only the higher options will prevail until deletion or modification by the candidate.
If the candidate is satisfied with an allotment and does not want to be considered for further allotments, candidate must cancel all the remaining higher options. Candidates retaining all or any one of his/her higher options after an allotment are bound to accept the next allotment. Failing to do this will result in losing previous allotment as well as the new allotments.
Required Document for Admission
1.Admit Card (Only for students received allotment)
2.The print out of the application
3.Receipt/Chalan of the fee remitted for acceptance of allotment. (University mandatory fee and registration fee).
6.Mark List(s)of the qualifying examination
7.Transfer Certificate received from the Institution last studied.
10.Equivalency / Recognition of the qualifying examinations taken from other Universities/Institutions should be confirmed strictly before making admission of students, except in the case of HSE / VHSE of the Kerala State Board and all regular Higher Secondary Examinations conducted by other State Boards, AISSCE (XII std.) of CBSE, ISCE and NIOS candidates who have passed the course with a minimum of five subjects, out of which one should be English.
11.Non Creamy layer Certificate,Nativity Certificate, Community Certificate, EWS Certificate from the competent authority in Kerala as directed by the admitting authorities.
12.Candidates who claim bonus/weightage marks shall produce relevant certificates