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KEAM-2015: Submit qualifying exam marks

Submission of qualifying exam marks for KEAM-2015 is available now. Click here to know the complete details for marks submission.

May 26, 2015 17:07 IST
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Candidates who have appeared for the KEAM-2015, can now submit their marks of qualifying exam (Class 12th or equivqlent) through the official websute or through the link given below. KEAM-2015 was held on April 20th and 21st, 2015 and the result of KEAM-2015 was released on May 20th, 2015. The link for uploading the qualifying marks has been made available on the official website of CEE - Kerala.
Only those candidates who have registered themselves for the examination and did not submit class XII (or equivalent) marks earlier are required to submit the scores. It is mandatory for every qualified candidates of KEAM-2015 to ensure the submition of qualifying examination marks else seat will not be allocated to the candidates in the counselling round.

Click here to submit qualifying exam marks for KEAM-2015

Candidates are required to follow the steps given below for submitting the qualifying exam marks:

  • Candidates are required to visit the official website or can click on the link given above.
  • On clicking the link a new page will andidates will have to submit the application number and the roll number, in the given space.
  • Candidates will need to enter the security code and click on the “Login” button to submit the entered details.
  • Consequent to the steps above, the portal will open and candidates will be able to submit the marks of the qualifying examination.

The last date to submit the scores is June 6th, 2015 and both engineering and architecture candidates are required to submit the marks. The marks of the qualifying examination will be used to determine the rank of the candidates. Equal weightage will be given to the marks obtained in KEAM-2015 and qualifying examination scores for determining the rank of a candidate. On the basis of the rank, the seat will be allocated in the counselling round.

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