KLEE Exam Pattern 2014 Details of Examination and Qualifying Criteria
The Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE) is the state level entrance exam conducted by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations and Thiruvanathapuram. The candidates can appear and qualify in the concerned entrance exam scheduled to be held in the second week of June at different centres of examination as specified for this purpose. The registration can be done online from the official website of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations at cee-kerala.org.
The candidates who wish to take admissions in the law courses available under different law colleges in Kerala can go through the complete details of the examination from the information as given here below.
Name of College: KLEE (Kerala Law Entrance Exam)
Conducting Authority: Commissioner for Entrance Examinations
Courses of Admission: LLB (Bachelor of Law) 3 Year Course; LLM (Master in Law) 2 Year Course and Integrated Courses In law (LLB + LLM) 5 Year Course
Eligibility for Exam:
The candidates in order to participate in the Kerala Entrance Examination should be a permanent resident of the Kerala State as well as should be of at least 18 years of age. In addition to this, the applicant should have completed his/ her educational qualifications from Kerala for a minimum period of five years respectively before the completion of Higher Secondary School Examination or any other equivalent examination for this purpose.
The qualifying examination for eligibility to the different courses is given as under:
For LLB: Intermediate/ Class 12th or any other equivalent examination with a minimum of 40% marks obtained from the Kerala Board or any other Board recognized
For LLM: Bachelors in Law (LLB) of three years duration with a minimum of 40% marks from Kerala University or any other university recognized for law education in India
For Integrated LLB: The candidates should be Intermediate/ Class 12th passed with a minimum of 40% marks obtained in the concerned qualifying exam as prescribed for this purpose.
Scheme of Examination:
There shall be an objective type paper having multiple choice questions on the following major sections:
Section I: General English (65 Questions)
Section II: GK (General Knowledge) 65 Questions
Section III: Legal Aptitude (70 Questions)
Total Number of Questions: 200
Total Marks Allotted: 600
Duration of Exam: 3 Hours
The applicants shall be given three marks for each correct answers marked by them while a deduction of one mark will be done for every incorrect attempts made by the applicants. Unattempted questions shall be awarded zero marks in the concerned examination.
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