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KEAM Entrance Exam

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What is KEAM Entrance Exam?

KEAM or Kerala Engineering Agriculture Medical Entrance Exam is the entrance exam conducts by CCE (Commissioner for Entrance Exams) for taking admissions into Engineering, Medical, Architecture, Agriculture, veterinary and Fisheries courses.

Tentative KEAMEE Shedule:

  • Online Application Date: First week of January to First week of February
  • Admit Card Download: Third week of March
  • Entrance Exam date: 21 April to 23 April
  • KEAMEE Result: On or before 20 May
  • How to apply: Candidates needs to apply through KEAM website only (www.cee.kerala.gov.in and www.ceekerala.org)

KEAM Courses:

List of Courses under KEAMEE

KEAMEE Eligibility :

For MBBS, BDS, BSMS, BAMS, BHMS, BSc (Hons) Agriculture/Forestry, BFSc, BVSc. & AH course: Candidate must have passed Higher Secondary (10+2 exam) with minimum 50% marks in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics seperately and togerther are eligible. Candidates who have Biotechnology instead of Biology are eligible for MBBS / BDS / BSMS courses only.
For B. Tech: All candidates who scored at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology (for candidates applying for Agricultural courses and Veterinary courses) seperately and jointly are eligible.
For B. Arch: Minimum 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and minimum 40% marks in NATA (National Institute for Advanced Studies in Architecture).

KEAMEE Exam Pattern:

Paper Type: Objective Type
Total Time: 2.5 hours for each paper
Marking: For each correct answer 4 marks will be added to total marks and for each negative answer 1 mark will be deduct from total.
For Engineering Courses: Paper I – Physics and Chemistry (total 120 questions); Paper II – Mathematics (120 questions)
For Medical Courses: Paper I – Physics and Chemistry (total 120 questions); Paper II – Biology (120 questions)

KEAMEE Syllabus:

Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology Syllabus

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