Kerala Polytechnic Admit Card 2020

The Kerala polytechnic admit card will be generated for all the candidates who have completely filled up their application form. The admit card is generated on the official website page. The admit card is an important piece of document that you need when you are going for your counseling or when you have to seek admission to the Kerala polytechnic colleges. Without the admit card, you will not be able to go through the various procedures of seeking admission in your choice of college or course.

Here is the table of the important dates that should be adhered to in order to fetch a seat in the polytechnic colleges in Kerala.

Important Dates Table for Admission in the Kerala Polytechnic Colleges



The publication of the final rank list and the publication of the first allotment list

In the fourth week of June 2020

The last date of reporting or joining which is based on the list generated in the first allotment 

In the last week of the month of June 2020

The publication of the second list of allotment list

In the last week of June 2020

The last date of joining based on the second allotment list

In the first week of July 2020

The date for publication of the list of third allotment 

In the first week of July 2020

The last date to report or join on the basis of the third allotment list

In the first week of July 2020

The date for on the spot spot round registration

The second week of July 2020

Any Spot admission at the Nodal Polytechnic College

In the second week of July 2020

The start of Classes In the second week of July 2020

In the second week of July 2020

The admission closes 

In the third week of July 2020

Steps to Download the Kerala Polytechnic Admit Card 

To access the admit card the students have to download it from the site.

  • Visit the official website and then the login window will be seen popped up on the screen

  • Enter the email id, registration number and password and then click on the download button

  • After providing the necessary details the admit card will appear

  • Take the print of the admit card 

Details Mentioned on the Kerala Polytechnic Admit Card 

  • Candidate registration number

  • Candidate name

  • Candidate date of birth

  • Course applied for

  • Name of the guardian

  • Address

  • Category in which the candidate belongs to

Documents To Be Carried Along With the Kerala polytechnic Admit Card

  • Marksheets of SSLC/THSLC or the equivalent

  • Valid photo id

  • Category certificate in case applicable

  • Domicile or nativity certificate

  • Medical fitness certificate

All the certificates have to be shown in original and one self-attested copy has to be submitted.

Primary Features of Kerala Polytechnic Admit Card

The Kerala polytechnic admit card 2020 has all the mandatory details that concern the students who wish to seek admission. Those who are without the admit card are not allowed to appear for the counseling. It is easy to download the admit card online after the authority releases it. The admit card also has to be accompanied with id proof.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Key Points About the Kerala Polytechnic Admit Card for?

A1. It is mandatory to carry admit cards that they have downloaded and printed along with id proof. The students will have to show the admit card to seek admission in any of the polytechnic colleges in Kerala. If there are any differences in the admit card with regards to the particulars of the aspirants, then this should be brought to the notice of the authority before the procedure starts.

Every year 1.5 lakh applications approximately fill in the application form to get admitted in the polytechnic courses in Kerala. This is for approximately 13000 seats. There are many self-financed and government-run colleges under this category, and to gain admission, one needs to have a proper admit card.

What are the Seat Allotment Categories in the Kerala Polytechnic Colleges? 

A2. The merit-based seats are available in the private and self-financed as well as in the government-aided polytechnic colleges. 

  • The management seats are filled in by the college management. Almost 15% in each branch falls under this category. The seats in the management quota are allotted as per the criteria of eligibility. 

  • The management seats in the programs that are self- financing are filed by the management concerned as per the programs that are self-financing. These are programs that are offered both in the aided colleges as well as in the colleges that are self-financing. The seats here, too, are allotted only to those who fill the eligibility criteria.