COMEDK Seat Allotment Round 1 Result to be Released Today; Here’s how to check

COMEDK Seat Allotment Round 1: The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka will release the first round of allotment results for Under Graduate Entrance Test (UGET) Engineering on October 8 at 4 pm. Candidates can check their impact on the official

Candidates can confirm their seats and pay fees online from 11 am on October 8 to 3 pm on October 11. There are 18,460 seats across the state for which seats will be allotted.

COMEDK Seat Allotment Round 1: How to Check

Step 1: Visit the official website-

Step 2: Click on the link by reading the COMEDK Engineering Seat Allotment Result.

Step 3: Enter your credentials, like the application or roll number and date of birth or password.

Step 4: The result will appear on your screen.

Step 5: Download and save it for future reference.

Candidates must report to their allotted colleges along with the printout of the online allotment letter and fee receipt from October 8 to October 12 at 3 pm. The surrender facility is open to those candidates who had accepted the seat during the first round from 11 am on October 8 to 3 pm on October 13. Round One candidates can also surrender in the Round Two surrender period.

Documents required by the candidates for available qualifying seats are original ID proof, date of birth proof, PUC or 12th class or equivalent mark sheet, admit card (if applicable), caste certificate (if applicable) and domicile certificate.

Candidates applying for HKR seats have to obtain an HKR certificate. It should be in the name of the candidate issued by the Assistant. Karnataka Domicile Certificate along with the Commissioner in charge of Revenue Sub Division.

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