KUCCPS second revision of courses for degree and diploma placement has come to an end. This was the final chance for those who had not been placed during first revision to apply for selection.
Second Revision University placement?
As you will note, for those who were placed during first revision, KUCCPS did not indicated which university and course you were successful placed to. That should however not worry you as it applies to everyone.
After the completion of processing of application data for those who did second revision, all students will be able to know via their kuccps revision accounts page and sms which course and university they will be admitted to.
You will know about placement status starting from (date to be updated).
When and how will to get admission letters?
After being told which university you have been placed to, KUCCPS will forward your details to respective universities. Now the process will shift from KUCCPS to the universities where you were placed. Each university will process information uniquely and start issuing admission letters on their convenient dates.
It is good to note that most universities don’t send admission letters via post office these days. Almost 80% of public universities ask students to download their admission letters and other admission detail through their online portals. We will share when and where to download admission letters for each university when that time comes.
UPDATE: We have provided a guide on how download admission letters for some universities in this page.
2021 admission dates for government sponsored students
Concerning dates of admission and receiving admission letters, you have to be patient. Every university has its own dates. Therefore we will update in this page when that time comes. However, once you receive your admission letter, admission dates are indicated there.
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