At the end of the second round of admissions in engineering degree courses, 17,640 students have been allotted seats, the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) said in a statement on Wednesday.
At the end of the first round of intake, 21,962 students were allotted seats and 14,286 of whom have confirmed their admissions.
There are 53,438 engineering degree course seats available in 130 government run, grant-in-aid and private colleges across the state.
A statement from the ACPC said that 27,831 students had applied for the second round of admissions and 17,640 of them have been allotted seats.
The statement says that those students who have been allotted seats will have to confirm their admissions by paying token fees by October 3. The committee will declare vacant seat status on October 5 and then issue further instructions to institutes on admissions, the statement said.
The statement said that in 13 of the institutes 100% seats have been occupied while 50%-70% seats have been occupied in 17 institutes. However, there are 55 institutes in the state in which the number of occupied seats are less than 10%. There are 19 government and grant-in-aid institutes, 111 self financed institutes in the state.

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