At end of the first phase of counseling about 1.05 lakh seats were left vacant. Around 22 colleges in the state haven't got single seat admitted. Officials of the Technical education department said that many students were failed to take the admission in the colleges as there were more seats than in demand.
The counseling started, a total of 2,34,765 convenor seats in which 1,29,154 seats were filled. Around 1,06,371 seats were left vacant, in which 98,218 engineering seats and 8,153 for pharmacy seats left vacant.
In 2011, 76,310 seats were vacant, while 40,273 seats went vacant in 2010. The seat allotment process has been completed and students have to report at the respective colleges before Oct 06.
Candidates can download the allotment order form from the official website and bank challan form fro the payment of fee. Details of fee to be paid are indicated in the order. Those who wish to cancel their admission have to approach at helpline centres before Oct 10 to collect their certificates.
After the second phase of counseling, 229 colleges received less than 100 admissions. Candidates who were allotted seats in colleges that received lass than 20 admissions in the first phase preferred to change and choose colleges where the numbers were more, ensuring that 22 colleges went without a single admission this year. From the first allotments 12,585 candidates did not report to the allotted colleges, while 6,296 cancelled their admissions.
Computer Science Engineering course was the worst hit with only 29% seats being filled with 26,249 seats going vacant.
Electronics and Communication Engineering had 22,668 seats vacant, Electrical and Electronics Engineering had 16,640 seats vacant, Information Technology had 12,334 seats vacant, Mechanical Engineering had 9,855 seats vacant and Civil engineering had 8,018 seats vacant.