Register For Karunya Entrance Exam (KEE) Result 2015
is an entrance exam conducted by the Karunya University to provide admissions to the eligible candidates for various engineering courses in the university.A Christian Minority University. Candidates can avail the complete details about the Karunya University Engineering Entrance Examination such as eligibility criteria, application form availability, KEE 2015 exam pattern below along with the contact details and important dates for the KEE 2015.
Candidates must have completed 10+2 from a recognized board in the first attempt with a minimum of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Maths
KEE 2015 Selection Procedure: On the basis of the KEE 2015 scores
KEE 2015 Paper Pattern:
Total marks: 100
Duration: 2.5 hours
All questions will be of objective type
KEE 2015 Application process:
Interested students can apply for KEE 2015 via following mentods-
1. Buy and Apply Online 2. Apply Online with Pin Mailer 3. Apply Online with DD/Debit Card/ Credit Card 4. OMR Sheet
KEE 2015 Application Fees: Rs.600 (plus service charges)
1. Online: Candidates can apply online through the KEE 2015 e-Application,
Candidates applying online using the PIN will have to pay Rs 600 + service charges as applicable Application Fee can be paid online, through Debit card / credit card/ net banking.
2. Offline: The candidates can avail the application form from the University either in person or by courier. Application fee can be paid via: by sending a crossed DD drawn in favour of 'THE REGISTRAR, KARUNYA UNIVERSITY' payable at COIMBATORE
KEE 2015 Important Dates:
KEE 2015 Result:
The result of the test will be published on May 5, 2015.
KEE 2015 Counselling Process:
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