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KLEE 2024: Exam Date, Admit Card, Eligibility, Result & Cutoff Check at @cee.kerala.gov.in

Kerala Law Entrance Exam

The Kerala Law Entrance Examination (KLEE) is a prestigious entrance test conducted by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE), Kerala, India. It serves as the gateway for aspiring law students to secure admission into various undergraduate and postgraduate law courses offered by renowned law colleges and universities across Kerala.

KLEE is conducted annually for admissions to five-year integrated LL.B programs, three-year LL.B programs, and LL.M programs. The exam aims to assess the candidates' aptitude, legal reasoning skills, and general knowledge, ensuring that only the most deserving and competent candidates are selected for legal education.

What is KLEE?

KLEE is a symbolic execution tool built on the LLVM compilation framework. It automatically generates test cases for high coverage of complex and environmentally intensive programs.

KLEE works by symbolically executing the program, which means that it symbolically evaluates the program's expressions and tracks the symbolic values of variables as the program executes. This allows KLEE to generate test cases that exercise all possible paths through the program, even paths that are not reachable by normal execution.

KLEE 2023 Exam Dates

EventDate
Notification release date24-Mar-2023
Online application submission start date28-Mar-2023
Last date for online application submission (without late fee)18-Apr-2023
Last date for online application submission (with late fee)25-Apr-2023
Examination date (5-year LLB)06-Aug-2023
Examination date (3-year LLB)13-Aug-2023
Answer key release date20-Aug-2023
Objection deadline25-Aug-2023
Final answer key release date01-Sep-2023
Rank list release date10-Sep-2023

KLEE 2023 Highlights

HighlightDetails
Exam NameKerala Law Entrance Examination (KLEE)
Exam Dates6th August 2023 (5-year LLB) and 13th August 2023 (3-year LLB)
Exam Pattern200 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) with 600 marks
Exam SyllabusGeneral English, General Knowledge, Reasoning Ability, and Aptitude for Legal Studies
Eligibility Criteria10+2 pass with at least 50% marks
Application FeeRs. 750/- for general category candidates and Rs. 550/- for SC/ST/PH candidates
Application ProcessOnline
Result Date10th September 2023
Seat AllotmentBased on the merit list

KLEE 2023 Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility CriteriaDetails
NationalityIndian
AgeAt least 17 years as on 31st December 2023
Educational qualification10+2 pass with at least 50% marks
CategoryGeneral, SC, ST, and PH
Language of examinationEnglish

KLEE 2023 Application Form

The KLEE 2023 application form can be filled out online on the official website of the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations, Kerala. The application form can be filled out from March 28, 2023 to April 18, 2023 (without late fee) and April 25, 2023 (with late fee).

The following are the details that need to be filled in the KLEE 2023 application form:

  • Personal details such as name, date of birth, gender, etc.
  • Educational details such as qualifying examination details, etc.
  • Contact details such as email id, phone number, etc.
  • Category (General, SC, ST, and PH)
  • Examination centre preference
  • Application fee

KLEE 2023 Application Form: How to Apply?

  1. Online Registration: Visit the official website of CEE Kerala (www.cee.kerala.gov.in) during the application period. Look for the KLEE 2023 application link and register as a new user by providing your valid email ID and mobile number.

  2. Fill the Application Form: Log in with the credentials provided during registration and complete the application form. You'll need to enter personal details, academic information, and other required details accurately.

  3. Upload Documents: Upload scanned copies of your recent passport-sized photograph, signature, and any other documents as specified in the application guidelines.

  4. Application Fee Payment: Pay the required application fee using the available payment methods (credit card, debit card, net banking, etc.). The fee may vary based on the category you belong to and the courses you are applying for.

  5. Print Confirmation Page: After successful payment, take a printout of the application confirmation page for your records.

  6. Keep Documents Ready: Keep all the necessary documents, such as the payment receipt, confirmation page, and any other required documents, safely for future reference and counselling purposes.

  7. Admit Card Download: Once the application process is completed, the admit card will be made available on the official website. Download and take a printout of the admit card to appear for the KLEE 2023 exam.

KLEE 2023 Application Form: Documents Required

  1. Passport-sized Photograph: A recent color photograph of the candidate with a white background. The photograph should be clear and conform to the specified dimensions.

  2. Signature: A scanned copy of the candidate's signature in black ink on a white paper. The signature should be clear and legible.

  3. Date of Birth Proof: A valid document that serves as proof of the candidate's date of birth, such as a birth certificate, passport, or school leaving certificate.

  4. Academic Records: Marksheets or certificates of the qualifying examination, including 10th standard (SSC) and 12th standard (HSC) or equivalent, as required for the specific course.

  5. Category/Caste Certificate: If applicable, candidates belonging to reserved categories (SC/ST/OBC) need to provide the relevant caste/category certificate issued by a competent authority.

  6. Income Certificate: For candidates claiming fee concessions based on economic backwardness, an income certificate may be required.

  7. Domicile/Residential Certificate: Proof of residence or domicile, especially for candidates seeking state-level quota or domicile-based reservations.

  8. Nativity Certificate: If applicable, candidates claiming eligibility for certain regional quotas may need to provide a nativity certificate.

  9. Certificate for Persons with Disabilities (PWD): If applicable, candidates with disabilities should submit a certificate issued by a medical authority.

  10. Application Fee Payment Receipt: Proof of payment of the application fee through the designated payment method.

KLEE 2023 Application Form: Document Specifications

DocumentSpecifications
Qualifying Examination CertificateThe scanned copy of the qualifying examination certificate should be in PDF format and should not exceed 500 KB in size.
Passport Size PhotographThe scanned copy of the passport size photograph should be in JPEG format and should not exceed 200 KB in size.
SignatureThe scanned copy of the signature should be in JPEG format and should not exceed 100 KB in size.

KLEE 2023 Admit Card: How to Download?

  1. Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of CEE Kerala (www.cee.kerala.gov.in) during the specified date for admit card availability.

  2. Log In: Look for the link or section related to KLEE 2023 Admit Card download. You will likely need to log in using your application number, password, and security code provided during the application process.

  3. Admit Card Page: After successful login, you should be redirected to the KLEE 2023 Admit Card page.

  4. Download Admit Card: On the Admit Card page, you should see the details of your examination, such as the exam date, time, venue, and important instructions. Review the information carefully and make sure all details are accurate.

  5. Print Admit Card: Once you have verified the information, click on the "Download" or "Print" button to save the admit card as a PDF file or directly print a hard copy.

  6. Keep a Copy: Make sure to keep a printed copy of the admit card in a safe place. You will need to present it at the exam center on the day of the KLEE 2023 exam.

  7. Check for Discrepancies: If you find any discrepancies or errors on the admit card, immediately contact the exam authorities or the helpline provided on the official website for rectification.

KLEE 2023 Admit Card: Details Mentioned

  1. Candidate's Name: The full name of the candidate as provided during the application process.

  2. Candidate's Roll Number: A unique identification number assigned to each candidate for the exam.

  3. Exam Date and Time: The date and time of the KLEE 2023 examination.

  4. Exam Venue: The address of the exam center where the candidate is supposed to appear for the examination.

  5. Candidate's Photograph: A passport-sized photograph of the candidate, usually uploaded during the application process.

  6. Candidate's Signature: The digital signature of the candidate, also provided during the application process.

  7. Exam-related Instructions: Important guidelines and instructions that candidates need to follow on the day of the exam.

  8. Registration Number/Application Number: The unique number assigned to the candidate at the time of application.

  9. Category: The category under which the candidate is appearing for the exam (General, SC, ST, OBC, etc.).

  10. Reporting Time: The time by which candidates need to report to the exam center on the day of the exam.

  11. Exam Duration: The total duration of the KLEE 2023 examination.

  12. Test Paper: For candidates appearing for multiple papers, the specific paper they are assigned to take.

KLEE 2023 Exam Day Guidelines

GuidelineDetails
Reporting timeCandidates must report to the examination centre at least 30 minutes before the start of the examination.
Documents to carryCandidates must carry the following documents to the examination centre:

KLEE 2023 Exam Pattern

SectionNumber of QuestionsMarksTime
General English501001 hour
General Knowledge501001 hour
Reasoning Ability501001 hour
Aptitude for Legal Studies501001 hour
Total2006004 hours

KLEE 2023 Question Distribution

The questions in the KLEE 2023 exam will be of moderate difficulty level. There will be no negative marking in the exam. The exam will be conducted in English only.

KLEE 2023 Question Distribution for LLB Courses

TopicsNo. of QuestionsMaximum marks
Arithmetic and Mental Ability2575
General English60180
General Knowledge45135
Aptitude for Legal Studies70210
Total200600

KLEE 2023 Marking Scheme

SectionNumber of QuestionsMarks
General English50100
General Knowledge50100
Reasoning Ability50100
Aptitude for Legal Studies50100
Total200600

KLEE 2023 Recommended Books

BookAuthorPublisher
General EnglishWren and MartinMacmillan Publishers
Objective General EnglishM.K. MunshiS. Chand and Company
Legal AptitudeG.S. BhatiaUniversal Law Publishing Co.
Logical ReasoningR.S. AggarwalArihant Publications
General KnowledgeLucent'sPearson

KLEE 2023 Result

The KLEE 2023 result is expected to be released on October 10, 2023. The result will be available on the official website of the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations, Kerala.

The result will be available in PDF format. The PDF will contain the following details:

  • Roll number
  • Name
  • Category
  • Total marks
  • Rank

KLEE 2023 Seat Allotment

EventDate
Seat allotment notification release dateOctober 10, 2023
Seat allotment (first round)October 11, 2023
Objection deadline for first round seat allotmentOctober 15, 2023
Final seat allotment result (first round)October 17, 2023
Seat allotment (second round)October 21, 2023
Objection deadline for second round seat allotmentOctober 25, 2023
Final seat allotment result (second round)October 27, 2023

KLEE 2023 CAP Admissions: Documents Required

  1. KLEE 2023 Admit Card: The admit card for the KLEE 2023 examination.

  2. KLEE 2023 Scorecard: The scorecard or rank card obtained in the KLEE 2023 exam.

  3. KLEE 2023 Application Form: A copy of the filled-in application form submitted for the KLEE 2023 exam.

  4. Educational Qualification Certificates: Marksheets and certificates of the qualifying examination (10th, 12th, and graduation, as applicable).

  5. Date of Birth Proof: A valid document serving as proof of the candidate's date of birth, such as a birth certificate or school leaving certificate.

  6. Category/Caste Certificate: If applicable, candidates belonging to reserved categories (SC/ST/OBC) need to provide the relevant caste/category certificate issued by a competent authority.

  7. Income Certificate: For candidates claiming fee concessions based on economic backwardness, an income certificate may be required.

  8. Domicile/Residential Certificate: Proof of residence or domicile, especially for candidates seeking state-level quota or domicile-based reservations.

  9. Nativity Certificate: If applicable, candidates claiming eligibility for certain regional quotas may need to provide a nativity certificate.

  10. Transfer Certificate (TC): A TC from the last attended institution, if required.

  11. Conduct Certificate: A certificate stating the candidate's conduct and character, usually issued by the school or college last attended.

  12. Migration Certificate: If applicable, a migration certificate from the university/board of the previous institution.

  13. Passport-sized Photographs: Recent passport-sized photographs as per the specified guidelines.

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