KEAM Entrance Exam 2017
Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical Entrance Examinations ( KEAM ) invites admission Application Engineering, Architecture, Medical, Agriculture & Forestry, Veterinary & Fisheries programs for the academic session 2017 – 2018
KEAM 2017 Courses
This prospectus sets out the rules and regulations for selection and admission to the following professional degree courses conducted by the various authorities within the State of Kerala.
KEAM 2017 Engineering Courses :
- Bachelor of Technology ( B.Tech. ) includes all Courses listed in Annexure II ( 1 ) ( b )
- B.Tech. ( Agricultural Engineering ) B.Tech. ( Agri. Engg. )
- B.Tech. ( Food Engineering & Technology ) B.Tech. ( Food Engg. & Tech )
- B.Tech. ( Dairy Technology )
- B.Tech. ( Food Technology ) B.Tech. ( Food Tech )
- B.Tech. ( Food Science & Technology ) B.Tech. ( Fd. Sc. Tech )
KEAM 2017 Architecture Course :
- Bachelor of Architecture ( B.Arch. )
KEAM 2017 Medical Courses :
- Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery ( MBBS )
- Bachelor of Dental Surgery ( BDS )
- Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery ( BAMS )
- Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery ( BSMS )
- Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery ( BHMS )
- Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery ( BUMS )
KEAM 2017 Agriculture & Forestry Courses :
- Bachelor of Science-Agriculture BSc . ( Hons. ) Agri.
- Bachelor of Science-Forestry BSc . ( Hons. ) Forestry
KEAM 2017 Veterinary Course :
- Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry ( BVSc. & AH )
KEAM 2017 Fisheries Course :
- Bachelor of Fisheries Science ( BFSc. )
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KEAM 2017 Eligibility
Only Indian citizens are eligible for admission to Professional courses unless otherwise notified. Persons of Indian Origin ( PIO ) / Overseas Citizen of India ( OCI ) will also be treated at par with Indian citizens for the limited purpose of admission. However PIO / OCI candidates will not be eligible for any kind of reservation.
Candidates seeking admission to Professional courses will be categorised as Keralite, Non – Keralite Category I ( NK I ) and Non – Keralite Category II ( NK II ).
A candidate of Kerala origin will be categorised as a ‘Keralite’. Children of All India Service ( AIS ) officers ( Non – Keralites ) allotted to Kerala cadre are deemed to be ‘Keralites’ as per G.O. ( Rt ) No. 822 / 08 / H. Edn. dated 29th May, 2008. But they will not be eligible for Communal/Special/Persons with Disabilities reservation or any fee concession.
Non – Keralite Category I ( NK I ) :
A candidate who is not of Kerala origin but fulfils anyone of the following conditions will be categorised as ‘Non – Keralite Category I’( NK I ).
- A candidate who has undergone qualifying course in Kerala and who is son/daughter of Non Keralite parents belong to Government of India / Defence Service, posted to Kerala.
- A candidate who has undergone qualifying course in Kerala and who is son/daughter of Non Keralite parents who are serving/served Government of Kerala for a minimum period of two years.
- A candidate who is not of Kerala Origin but has been a resident of Kerala State for a period of 5 ( five ) years within the period of 12 ( twelve ) years of his / her study.
- A candidate who is not of Kerala Origin but who has undergone his / her school studies in Kerala from standard VIII to XII.
Non – Keralite Category I candidates will be considered against ‘State Merit’ seats for Engineering / Architecture / Medical & Allied courses. But they will not be eligible for Communal / Special/Persons with Disabilities reservation or any fee concession.
Candidates who do not come under ‘Keralite’ or ‘Non- Keralite Category I’ will be categorised as ‘Non-Keralite Category II‘. Such candidates are eligible for admission to Government seats and Management quota seats in Engineering courses in Government Controlled Self financing Colleges. However, the ‘Non-Keralite Category II’ ( NK II ) candidates will be considered for admission to the Government seats in Government Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges only when the Keralite and Non- Keralite I ( NK I ) candidates are not available for admission. ‘Non-Keralite Category II’ ( NK II ) candidates are also eligible for admission to Government Seats and Management Quota seats in Private Self Financing Engineering / Architecture Colleges, which will be notified separately. But they will not be eligible for Communal / Special / Persons with Disabilities reservation or any fee concession. ‘Non-Keralite Category II’ ( NK II ) candidates are not eligible for admission to Medical and Allied Courses including MBBS / BDS and for admission to Government Engineering Colleges.
The following category of candidates will not be governed by Candidates to be admitted in respect of seats reserved for the nominees of Government of India, Administration of Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep Administration, Jammu & Kashmir, candidates selected through the All India quota seats for MBBS / BDS courses and candidates sponsored under reciprocal quota by Govt. of Karnataka / Tamil Nadu.
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KEAM 2017 Educational Qualifications
I. Academic Qualifications for KEAM 2017
KEAM Medical & Allied Courses :
- Medical courses consist of MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS and BUMS courses and Allied courses consist of B.Sc. ( Hons )Agriculture, B.Sc . ( Hons ) Forestry, BVSc. & AH and BFSc. courses.
- For MBBS, BDS, BSMS : Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary examination of the Board of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala, or examinations recognised equivalent thereto, with 50% marks in Biology / Biotechnology separately, and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology / Biotechnology put together, are eligible. In the absence of Biology, Biotechnology will be considered as a subject for academic eligibility.
- For admission to BAMS / BHMS courses : Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary examination of the Board of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala, or examinations recognised equivalent thereto, with 50% marks in Biology separately, and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology put together, are eligible. Biotechnology will not be considered as a subject for academic eligibility.
- For admission to BUMS course : Candidates seeking admission to main Kamil-E-Tib-Wa- Jarahat ( Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery-BUMS ) course must have passed Intermediate ( 10+2 ) or its equivalent examination with 50% aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology and 50% marks in Biology separately and the candidate should have passed ( a ) 10th standard with Urdu or Arabic or Persian language as a subject or clear the test of Urdu in the Entrance Examination conducted by the University or Board or Registered Society authorized by the Government to conduct such examination; ( b ) pre-Tib examination of one year duration.
- For admission to B.Sc. ( Hons. )Agri., B.Sc.( Hons ) Forestry, BFSc courses : Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary examination of the Board of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala, or examinations recognised equivalent thereto, with 50% marks in Biology separately, and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology put together, are eligible. Biotechnology will not be considered as a subject for academic eligibility.
- For admission to BVSc. & AH Course : Candidates should have secured not less than 50% aggregate marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology for the qualifying examination, in addition to the condition as stipulated as per regulation 5 of Minimum standards of Veterinary Education Degree Course ( BVSc & AH ) Regulation, 1993. Relaxation in marks is permissible as stipulated
- Candidates who have passed the BSc Degree ( Three year course ) examination with Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany or Biotechnology as Main, and any one or two of the above subjects as Subsidiaries, with 50% marks for Main & Subsidiaries taken together, subject to the condition that they have passed Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala or examinations recognised as equivalent thereto with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects are eligible for admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS and BSMS courses.
Kerala Engineering Courses :
[ Including B.Tech ( Agri. Engg. ) and B.Tech ( Food Engg. ) courses under the Kerala Agricultural University and B.Tech ( Dairy Sc. & Technology ) and B.Tech ( Food Technology ) courses under Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University ].
(a) Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala, or Examinations recognized as equivalent thereto, with 50% marks in Mathematics separately, and 50 % marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together are eligible for admission. However candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala, or Examinations recognized as equivalent thereto, with 45% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together are eligible for admission under Management Quota in Private Self Financing Engineering Colleges / Government Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges.
In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, the marks obtained in Computer Science shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry and Computer Science, the marks obtained in Biotechnology shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, Computer Science and Biotechnology, the marks obtained in Biology shall be considered. The marks as shown in the mark list of the Board of Examination obtained from the respective Higher Secondary Board shall be considered for academic eligibility.
- In two year Kerala Higher Secondary courses or examinations recognised equivalent thereto with two year course where the Board Examinations are conducted in both years, the total marks of two years in the respective subjects as shown in the mark lists of the respective Higher Secondary Boards will be considered for academic eligibility.
- In two year Kerala Higher Secondary courses or examinations recognised equivalent thereto with two year course where the Board Examinations are conducted in both years, the total marks of two years in the respective subjects as shown in the mark lists of the respective Higher Secondary Boards will be considered for academic eligibility.
- For all other type of Higher Secondary courses or examinations recognised equivalent thereto, the marks of the respective subjects as shown in the mark list of the respective Board of Examinations will be considered for academic eligibility.
(b) Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala, or examinations recognised as equivalent thereto, with 50 % marks in Mathematics / Biology separately, and 50 % marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics / Biology put together are eligible for admission to the seats reserved for Dairy Farm Instructors of Dairy Development Department for B.Tech. ( D.Sc. & Tech ). However, the candidates admitted to the course have to take a make – up course in Basic Mathematics ( 2+0 ) credits or Applied Biology ( 1+1 ) credit as the case may be.
- The Vocational Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala, has been recognised as equivalent to the Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala.
- In the case of nominees of Government of India and nominees of reciprocal quota seats who are selected on the basis of the marks in the qualifying examination, the academic eligibility.
Kerala Architecture Course :
(a) Minimum academic eligibility for admission to B.Arch. :
- 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognised Board with Mathematics as a subject of study by securing 50% marks in aggregate. ( OR )
- 10+3 Diploma ( any stream ) recognised by Central / State Governments with 50% aggregate marks ( OR )
- International Baccalaureate Diploma, after 10 years of schooling, with not less than 50% marks in aggregate and with Mathematics as compulsory subject of examination.
In addition to the academic eligibility prescribed under (a), only those candidates who score the minimum eligibility marks as per the Information Brochure of National Aptitude Test in Architecture ( NATA ) 2017 will be considered for admission to B. Arch. course. There is no relaxation in the minimum passing score of NATA to any category of candidate as per letter No. CA / 5 / Academic – NATA dated 11th March, 2008. The candidates are advised to qualify in NATA on or before 10th June, 2017.
(c) There is no provision for lateral admission to the second year or at any stage during the 5 year course in Architecture.
4. Relaxation in marks :
For all the courses, candidates belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward Classes ( as per G.O. ( P ) No. 208 / 66 / Edn dated 2nd May, 1966, GO( MS ) No. 10 / 2014 / BCDD dated: 23rd May, 2014, GO ( P ) No. 1 / 2015 / BCDD dated: 1st Janurary, 2015 and amendments there of ), will have a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying examination. They need only 45% marks in the case of Mathematics/Biology and 45% marks in the case of Mathematics / Biology, Physics and Chemistry put together. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates need only a pass in the qualifying examination. However, for admission to MBBS / BDS courses, candidates belonging to SC / ST categories need 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology / Biotechnology put together in the qualifying examination. Candidates with Locomotory disability of lower limbs between 40% to 70% need only 45% marks in case of Biology / Biotechnology and 45% marks in case of optional subjects put together for admission to MBBS course ( as per the Guidelines of Medical Council of India ).
The candidates belonging to PD category will have a relaxation of 5 % marks in the qualifying examination for Engineering and Medical Allied Courses except for BDS. They need only 45% marks in the case of Mathematics/Biology and 45 % marks in the case of Mathematics / Biology, Physics and Chemistry put together. Provided that in cases where only grades are given for qualifying examination and marks are not mentioned, the grade covering 45% marks will be considered as criterion for eligibility. The relaxation in marks in the Qualifying Examinations available to SEBC and PD Candidates will not be applicable to the admissions under Management Quota in Private Self Financing Engineering Colleges / Government Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges. Biotechnology will not be considered for the courses for academic eligibility as specified Optional subjects are the subjects specified for the respective courses.
The relaxation of marks in the qualifying examination extended to SEBC candidates only will be applicable to OEC candidates even if they are allotted against the unavailed seats of SC / ST quota.
- Candidates who have appeared for the Higher Secondary or equivalent examination will be permitted to take the Entrance Examinations provisionally. The candidates should have appeared for the qualifying examination before taking the Entrance Examination. Such candidates should prove their academic eligibility on the date of admission.
- Candidates who have qualified in the Engineering Entrance Examination should submit their marks online through the Official website of the CEE ( www.cee.kerala.gov.in ) and forward the true copy of the mark list of final year of the qualifying examination, duly attested by a gazetted officer so as to reach the Office of the CEE on or before
- Candidates referred to in who have only appeared or are appearing for the BSc. Degree Examination, are not eligible to apply.
- No rounding off of the percentage of marks to the nearest whole number is permitted. For example, a score of 50 marks out of 100 or 150 marks out of 300 alone will be considered as 50% marks and scores of 45 out of 100 or 135 out of 300 alone will be considered as 45% marks for determining eligibility.
KEAM 2017 Age Limit :
Applicants should have completed 17 years of age as on the 31st December, 2017. No relaxation in the minimum age will be allowed. There is no upper age limit for KEAM 2017.
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KEAM Seats Availability 2017
I. Types of Reservation in Government / Aided / KAU / KVASU / KUFOS Colleges : Out of the total seats available for the various courses, seats will be reserved for different categories.
1. Reservation for All India Quota for MBBS / BDS Courses : Fifteen percent of the total sanctioned seats in MBBS / BDS Courses in Government Medical / Dental Colleges in the State are set apart for the allotment of the candidates by the Director General of Health Services,
Government of India.
2. Reservation for Nominees : These are the seats set apart for the nominees of the Government of India, Union Territories or other States for the various courses.
3. Reservation for Persons with Disabilities : Leaving the seats , three percent of the seats available for the state for allotment from the Entrance rank lists, for all the courses in all the Government and Aided colleges are reserved for the candidates with disabilities.
4. Special Reservation : These are the seats reserved for certain specific categories, for different courses.
5. Mandatory Reservation : Leaving the seats set apart for All India Quota, Government of India Nominees, Special reservations, Persons with Disabilities and Management Quota, the remaining Government seats for each course in Government / Aided / KAU / KVASU / KUFOS Colleges will be distributed as per the mandatory reservation principle as contemplated in G.O. ( P) 208 / 66 / Edn. Dated 2nd May, 1966, G.O ( Ms )No.95/08/SCSTDD Dated 6th Octomber, 2008, GO( Ms ) No. 10 / 2014 / BCDD Dated 23rd May, 2014 and as modified from time to time.
|S.No||S.No||Seats Details||Percentage of Seats %|
|1||State Merit ( SM )||60%|
|2||Socially and Educationally Backward Classes ( SEBC )||30%|
|a||Ezhava ( EZ )||9%|
|b||Muslim ( MU ) -||8%|
|c||Other Backward Hindu ( BH )||3%|
|d||Latin Catholic and Anglo Indian ( LA )||3%|
|e||Dheevara and related communities ( DV )||2%|
|f||Viswakarma and related communities ( VK )||2%|
|g||Kusavan and related communities ( KN )||1%|
|h||Other Backward Christian ( BX )||1%|
|i||Kudumbi ( KU )||1%|
|3||Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes||10%|
|a||Scheduled Castes ( SC )||8%|
|b||Scheduled Tribes ( ST )||2%|
Note : As per GO( Ms ) No. 46 / 2015 / SCSTDD dated: 23rd June, 2015, the reservation pattern in Govt. Medical College, Palakkad ( Institute of Integrated Medical Sciences, Palakkad ) will be as follows: Scheduled Caste – 70%, Scheduled Tribe – 2%, General Merit – 13% and All India Quota- 15%.
- The total number of seats available for the different courses will be published prior to the commencement of CAP 2017.
- Admission to all the Government seats except the seats reserved for All India Quota for MBBS / BDS and Nominees will be made on the basis of respective rank lists / inter-se merit as may be applicable.
- The number of seats earmarked for various categories for the different courses in Government and Aided Colleges will be finalised before CAP 2017.
Reservation of seats for Engineering Courses [ B.Tech. ] :
- The number of seats reserved for Government of India Nominees, Reciprocal quota and Special reservation categories.
Reservation of seats for B.Arch. Course :
- The number of seats reserved for Government of India Nominees and Special reservation categories.
Reservation of seats for KEAM MBBS & BDS Courses :
a ) Reservation of seats under All India Quota :
The seats reserved under All India Quota for MBBS and BDS Courses in Government Medical / Dental Colleges will be allotted by the Director General of Health Services, New Delhi, on the basis of the rank obtained in the NEET UG conducted by the CBSE, New Delhi.
b) Reservation of seats for Nominees :
- Nominees of the Government of India : The Government of India, subject to the eligibility conditions will make Nominations to these seats. The distribution of seats under this category and other details in respect of MBBS / BDS courses.
- Nominees from Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands : These seats are reserved for the candidates of Kerala origin settled in the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Nominations to these seats will be made by the Administration of that Union Territory and the candidates must possess the requisite qualifications as provided .
- Nominees from Lakshadeep : Seats are reserved for the candidates of Kerala origin settled in Lakshadeep. The candidates should be sponsored by the Administration of that Union Territory and must possess the requisite qualifications
- Nominee from Jammu & Kashmir : One seat for MBBS will be reserved in a Govt. Medical College ( by rotation every year in the order TVM, ALP, KTM, TCM, KKM, MLP and CMC ) for a nominee from Jammu & Kashmir. Candidate to this seat should be sponsored by the
Government of Jammu and Kashmir through the Higher Education Secretary of the State. This year, the seat will be reserved in Government Medical College, Kozhikode
Reservation of seats for BHMS Course : The number of seats reserved under nominees and special reservation categories.
Reservation of seats for BAMS Course : The number of seats reserved under nominees and special reservation categories.
[ BSc. ( Hons. ) Agri., BSc. (Hons.) Forestry, B.Tech. ( Agri. Engg. ), B.Tech. ( Food Engg. ) ],
Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University : [ BVSc & AH, B.Tech. ( DSc. & Tech. ) and B.Tech ( Food Technology ) ],
Kerala University of Fisheries & Ocean Studies : BFSc, B.Tech ( Food Science & Technology ).
- The number of seats reserved for the various special reservation categories.
- The seats available for Agriculture, Veterinary and Fisheries courses will be filled only with the concerned category of candidates. If students are not available in the respective category, the seats will be filled from the General quota.
- One seat is reserved for Jewish Community, for one of the courses on rotation basis in the order of BSc. ( Hons. ) Agri., BVSc & AH, BSc. ( Hons. ) Forestry, B.Tech. ( Agri. Engg. ) and B.Tech. ( DSc. & Tech. ). This year the seat is reserved for BVSc & AH Course. One seat is reserved for Jewish Community, for BFSc Course.
- Types of reservation in Self financing Colleges : The reservation of seats in Self – financing Colleges run by institutions under Government control and Private Self-financing colleges will be notified separately.
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KEAM Online Application Form 2017
1. Submission of KEAM Online Application 2017
Online Submission of Application :
Online submission of application through the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in is required to apply for admission to all the courses ( MBBS, BDS, Other Medical & Allied courses, Engineering and Architecture ).
2. KEAM 2017 Application Fee
A candidate who does not belong to SC / ST communities will be treated as ‘General’ candidate for the collection of application fee.
Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical application fee for all candidates will be as follows :
- General Candidates – 800 / -
- SC / ST Candidates – 400 / -
ST candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.
Candidates choosing ‘Dubai’ as Examination Centre will have to remit an additional fee of 12,000 /- by way of online payment. The additional fee can also be remitted by way of echalan, if payment is made inside India. Such candidates should give a local contact number, if available, in their application in the appropriate place. If the additional fee of 12,000/- is not paid by the candidates, they will be allotted a centre within the country.
Candidates desirous of getting admission to Architecture Course and possessing the required minimum qualification mentioned will have to appear for the “National Aptitude Test in Architecture” ( NATA ), conducted by the Council of Architecture. They should appear for NATA in such a manner that they can submit their NATA score to the CEE as stipulated . The details will be notified separately. Candidates applying for the Engineering and / or Medical streams and opting for Architecture also will have to appear for the ‘National Aptitude Test in Architecture’, as mentioned above. The candidates are advised to qualify in NATA on or before 10th June, 2017.
Mode of Payment of KEAM Application Fee 2017 :
Candidate can pay application fee in either of the two following methods :
Online Payment :
The fee may be paid by credit card / debit card / Internet Banking. On successful payment of fee, a Payment Confirmation Page will appear displaying the message ‘Transaction Successful’. If the payment is unsuccessful, the message ‘Transaction Unsuccessful’ will be displayed. Due to communication failure, if the outcome of the payment attempt is not displayed, the ‘Payment’ tab in the candidate’s home page should be checked to see if it has turned green.
If not, the transaction was unsuccessful and the payment needs to be made again and ensure that it’s successful. If the amount was debited from the account of the candidate for an unsuccessful transaction, the debited amount will be reverted to that account within 5-7 working days.
In case of payment through e-chalan, the payment should be made in the selected branches of State Bank of Travancore ( SBT ) in India or all Head / Sub Post Offices in Kerala, in cash. The e-chalan generated from the website after online submission of the application should be handed over to the bank / post office, as the case may be, and after depositing the fee plus processing charge, as applicable, the counterfoil( Candidate’s copy ) of the e-chalan must be collected back from the bank / post office official.
It must be ensured that the bank / post office official has recorded the Payment ID pertaining to the payment on the counterfoil and put the office stamp and his / her initials at the designated places on the counterfoil. If the payment was successful, the ‘Payment’ tab in the candidate’s home page turns green. Candidates are advised to login to the website and examine the ‘Payment’ tab to make sure that the fee status has been updated by the bank / post office official. If the payment tab has not turned green, the candidate should immediately contact the concerned bank / post office and get the payment status updated. On successful Payment, the required entries in the application will be made automatically.
Note : The Application fee / additional fee once remitted will not be refunded under any circumstances.
Online submission of KEAM 2017 Application
- The detailed instructions for filling each item in the application are given in the link, “How to Apply” to be provided on the websites www.cee-kerala.org and www.cee.kerala.gov.in .
- There are 6 steps for the online submission of application and all the steps are mandatory. Candidates should complete all steps including sending the signed printout of the online submitted application along with the necessary certificates and documents so as to reach the office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations on or before the last date notified for the same.
- Candidate has to visit the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in where he / she can find the link “KEAM 2017 Online Application”.
Step 1 : Candidate Registration :
This is a one time procedure. During the process, candidates will get a system generated Application Number. Candidates are requested to enter their own password when demanded. Preferably a strong password is recommended. It ensures the candidates’ safe online activities.
The requirements of a strong password are :
- A minimum length of 8 characters
- A minimum of one alphabet character [ a-z or A-Z ]
- A minimum of one number ( 0-9 )
- A minimum of one symbol [ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ]
The candidate has to re – enter the password for confirmation.
There will be a Security question and candidates should provide an answer to it. For further login, candidates have to note down all the information provided during this stage.
Step 2 : Upload Images :
A recent passport size photograph of the candidate, Signature of the candidate and the left hand thumb impression of the candidate, all in jpeg format of given specifications are to be uploaded before proceeding to Step 3.
Step 3 : Filling up of Application :
All the basic information, required at the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations are to be filled in at this step. Before filling the details, read the Prospectus carefully.
The data provided here will be used for processing the application. Any mistake in filling this sheet or providing false / incomplete / wrong information will affect the candidate’s eligibility for admission or claim for reservation under any category. It is obligatory that the candidate should fill all the items in the application.
If the application is filled completely, candidate can preview the details of the application before going to the Final Submission, by clicking the ‘Save & Preview’ button. After making it sure that all the information given are correct and true, click the ‘Final Submission’ button to submit the online application ultimately.
Step 4 : Payment of Application Fee :
At this step, the candidate has to make the payment of application fee by way of Online Payment or by way of e-chalan.
Step 5 : Print Application :
After payment of the Application Fee, Candidate should take a printout of the online submitted application. Candidates should get the Course Certificate and Nativity Certificate provided in the application.
Step 6 : Send the Printout of application and supporting documents to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations :
Affix a photograph of the applicant with 3.5 x 4.5 cm size same as the photograph uploaded on the online application duly attested by the Head of the Institution which he / she studied last or by a Gazetted Officer. The printout of the application and supporting documents / certificates are to be sent to the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations,
“5th Floor, Housing Board Buildings,
Thiruvananthapuram – 695 001.”
so as to reach the addressee on or before the last date specified for submission of application.
Applications should be complete in all respects. A candidate will be considered for the Entrance Examination or for admission, only if he/she has furnished the relevant certificates prescribed in the Prospectus, in proof of eligibility, or in support of any claim for reservation, under any category.
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KEAM 2017 Online Admit Card
- The Admit Card for the Entrance Examination can be downloaded from the official website of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, www.cee.kerala.gov.in . The candidates will have to enter their Application number and Date of Birth provided in the application form in
- order to download the admit card. They will have to take a printout of the admit card. Admit cards will not be sent by post from the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations. Help Desks and Facilitation Centres will be functioning across the State from where candidates can download and take printouts of admit card. The venue of the examination and time table will be noted in the admit card. Separate notification in this regard will be issued.
- Rejection memo will be sent to candidates whose application has been rejected.
- No memo will be sent by post in the case of defective applications. The defects in the applications will be displayed on the homepage of the candidate while attempting to download the admit card by giving his / her Application Number and Date of Birth. Defects if any, should be rectified within the dates specified in the notification pertaining to the download of admit cards.
- All candidates whose application has been accepted should download their admit card well in advance. A candidate who does not possess the Admit Card will not be admitted to the Examination Hall under any circumstances.
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KEAM 2017 Syllabus
KEAM 2017 Result Date :
KEAM 2017 Engineering Entrance Exam Results will be declared on or before 25th May, 2017
KEAM 2017 Engineering, Architecture, MBBS / BDS, Medical & Allied and Ayurveda Rank lists will be declared on or before 20th June, 2017
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KEAM 2017 Important Dates
|1||Online Application submission||From 1st February, 2017 ( Wednesday )|
|2||Last date for submission of Online Application including Fee payment||27th February, 2017, 5 pm ( Monday )|
|3||Last date for receipt of Printout of Online Application along with supporting documents||28th February, 2017 ( Tuesday )|
|4||Downloading Online Admit Cards||From 10th April, 2017 ( Monday )|
|5||Date & Time of Engineering Entrance Examination: Physics & Chemistry ( Paper – I )||24th April, 2017, 10 am to 12.30 pm|
|Mathematics ( Paper – II )||25th April, 2017, 10 am to 12.30 pm|
|6||Venue of Examination||As indicated in the Admit Card|
|7||Time Schedule for the Examination ( IST )||Engg Paper-I & Paper-II|
|Entry to the Examination Hall||9.30 am|
|Distribution of Question Booklet||9.55 am|
|Opening of the Question Booklet and Commencement of Examination||10.00 am|
|Latest entry to the Examination Hall||10.30 am|
|Conclusion of Examination||12.30 pm|
|8||Materials permitted in the examination hall||Admit Card, Card Board/Clip Board, Ball-Point pens (with Black or Blue ink only)|
|9||Rough work||All rough work are to be done in the Question Booklet only. The candidate shall not do any rough work or put Stray Mark( s ) on the OMR answer sheet|
|10||Declaration of Results : Result of Engineering Entrance Examination :||On or before 25th May, 2017|
|Engineering, Architecture, MBBS / BDS, Medical & Allied and Ayurveda Rank lists :||On or before 20th June, 2017|
|11||Centralised Allotment Process ( CAP – 2017 )||See Clause 11|
|12||Certificates / documents to be produced at the time of admission
Government of Kerala,
Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations,
5th Floor, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar,
Thiruvananthapuram – 695 001,
Phone No. : 0471 – 2332120, 2338487,
Website : www.cee-kerala.org.
|Application Form : http://www.cee-kerala.org./index.php/login|
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