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Name: Kerala CEE 2013
Exam Full Name:: Kerala Commissioner for Entrance Examinations
Category: Engineering
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Kerala CEE 2013


KEAM 2013/ Kerala CEE 2013 is an entry level examination conducted by Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Government of Kerala for admission of students into various technical and professional programmes like Medical, Agriculture, Veterinary, Engineering and Architecture Degree courses offered by several colleges and universities located in Kerala.

The Kerala CEE 2013 Application Forms will be released around the third week of January, 2013.

The procedure of filling the Online Kerala CEE 2013 Application Forms is as follows:

  1. The candidates should logon to the official website
  2. Online form submission is required to take the Entrance exam. The candidates submitting more than one Kerala CEE 2013 Application Form will be rejected.
  3. All the candidates not belonging to ST and SC categories will be included under General Category.

The Kerala CEE 2013 Application Form fee is:

General:               Rs. 700/-

ST/SC   :               Rs. 350/-

Exam Level

University/college level exam

Contact Information

Academic Eligibility Criteria of Kerala CEE 2013
[Including B.Tech (Ag. Engg.) and B. Tech (Dairy Sc. &Technology) courses under the Kerala Agricultural University]

    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/Computer  Science/Bio-technology/Biology  put  together are eligible for admission.
    Candidates  who  have  Diploma  in  Engineering  awarded  by  the  Board  of  Technical Examinations,  or  an  examination  recognised  equivalent  thereto,  by  the  State  Board  of  Technical Education after undergoing an  institutional course of at  least 3 years, securing a minimum  of  50% marks  in  the  final Diploma  Examination  are  eligible  for  admission  to  the  special reservation quota (DE).
    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.

Papers/Subjects in the Kerala CEE 2011 Entrance Examinations

    The Entrance Examinations  for Engineering and Medical/Agricultural courses will be conducted separately, each test with a relative weightage  of  5:3:2  in Mathematics,  Physics  &  Chemistry  in  Engineering  Entrance Examination
    Candidates  who  wish  to  be  considered  ONLY  for  Engineering  Courses [including B.Tech. (Ag. Engg.)  and B. Tech.  (DSc. & Tech.)  under  the Kerala Agricultural University], will  have  to  write  Paper  I  -  Physics  &  Chemistry  and  Paper  -  II  Mathematics  of  the Engineering Entrance Examination.

Papers for the Engineering Entrance Examination :

    Paper I   -   Physics & Chemistry
    Paper II  -   Mathematics

Each Paper will be of two and a half hours duration.

Scoring,  negative  marks:
For  each  correct  response  in  the  Engineering  Entrance Examinations, the candidates will be awarded FOUR marks, and for each incorrect response, ONE mark will be deducted from the total score. For all these papers, in the event of failure to answer a question, (that  is, no response  is  indicated against a question  in the answer-sheet)  no  deduction  from  the  total  score  will  be  made.  More  than  one  answer indicated  against  a  question  will  be  deemed  as  incorrect response,  and  will  be  awarded negative marks. Therefore the candidates are advised not to attempt an answer, if they are not  sure of the response, because mere guessing may lead to choice of wrong answers, with the consequent penalty of negative marks.

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