Last date to apply for KEAM 2019 is February 28

KEAM 2019 – The entrance examination for the admission to professional degree courses such as medical, agriculture, forestry, veterinary, fisheries, engineering, architecture and pharmacy in colleges approved by the Government of Kerala will be held on April 22 and 23. The Kerala Engineering, Architecture and Medical (KEAM) examination will be held for admission to engineering and B.Pharma courses.

For other courses such as B.Architecture, Medical and allied courses admission will be through NATA and NEET UG 2019 scores, respectively. Application forms can be filled and submitted at the official website of the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Kerala (CEE Kerala), said an NDTV report.

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  • Candidates can submit their applications latest by February 28. Supporting documents can be submitted latest by March 31
  • Admit cards for the KEAM examination will be released on April 10
  • KEAM examination results will be released on May 25
  • The rank list will be released on June 20
  • For engineering admission, ranks will be decided on the marks obtained in the KEAM examination and the marks obtained in qualifying examination, giving equal weightage to both the marks
  • Admission to the B.Pharm course will be decided on the basis of marks obtained in the
  • Paper-I (Physics and Chemistry) in the KEAM examination

KEAM

  • The Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations was set up in 1983 as a separate set up for the conduct of Entrance Examinations for admission to Professional Courses in the State as per G.O.(Ms) No.31/83/H.Edn. dated 19.02.1983
  • The Higher Education Department in the Secretariat is functioning as the administrative department of the Commisionerate of Entrance Examinations
  • The Commissionerate has been conducting thirteen Entrance Examinations, both for Undergraduate and Post Graduate Professional Courses
  • Of these examinations conducted in a time bound manner and catering to the needs of the aspirants of Professional Courses, KEAM is the major one in which near about one lakh seventy thousand candidates takes part every year
  • The other courses for which the CEE conducts Entrance Examinations are Three year LLB, Five Year LLB, LLM, MD Homoeo, MDS, MD Ayurveda, M Sc Nursing, PG Medical and PG Super Speciality

In addition to the Entrance Examinations, the Commissionerate is making allotments to five courses:

  • KEAM, LLB 3 Year
  • LLB 5 Year, LLM
  • PG Medical Courses
  • The allotments to rest of the courses are made by the authorities concerned
  • The Centralised Allotment Process (CAP) followed in the admission to Medical Engineering and Agricultural Courses is an online procedure opened up to the candidate through a candidate friendly procedure of option exercise, subsequent allotment and fee remittance at the designated Bank
  • All the allotments made by the Commissionerate will be on the basis of the rank list and by observing the principles of reservations and will be in accordance with the orders of the Honourable Courts of Law and the orders issued by the Government
  • The Commissionerate is usually making allotments to all the Government seats in Government Colleges, the Government and Management quota seats in Government Controlled Self-financing Colleges and the seats made available by Private Self-financing Managements to Government for allotment