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KLEE 2015

- is commonly known as The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE), Thiruvananthapuram conducts an entrance exam for admission to undergraduate 5 year LLB and 3 year LLB programme offered by the University. Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria as specified can apply and appear for the KLEE 2015. Candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria of KLEE 2015 before filling in the Application Form of KLEE 2015. The sale of Online Application Form of KLEE 2015 Exam may begin tentatively in the second week of June, 2015.


KLEE 2015 Eligibility Criteria:


Important highlights of KLEE 2015 Eligibility Criteria are listed below:

  • Candidate should be an Indian National of Kerala State
  • In case of candidates who have undergone school studies in Kerala, a course certificate from the Head of the Educational Institution(s) in Kerala, to prove that the candidate has undergone his/her studies in Kerala for not less than 5 (five) years within a period of 12 years
  • A certificate from the Village officer/ Tehsildar to prove that the candidate or his/her mother, father was born in the state of Kerala


For 5 Years L.L.B.Programme: Candidate should have passed senior secondary school education or its equivalent examination from Kerala or any other examination accredited through Kerala University with a total of 40% marks in total aggregate.


For 3 Years L.L.B Programme: Candidate should have passed his/her Bachelor’s degree with a total of at least 40% marks in total aggregate from an accredited University or Kerala University


Age Limit: Candidate applying for 5 Year’s L.L.B. programme should not be more than 18 years of age.


KLEE 2015 Application Procedure:


Candidates applying for KLEE 2015 exam need to download the Application Form of KLEE 2015 exam from the official website. General candidates will need to remit an application fee of Rs.500 for KLEE 2015 Application Fee via Bank Challan. While those belonging to SC/ST categories will need to remit Rs.250 for the same.


KLEE 2015 Admit Card:


Candidates will be able to download KLEE 2015 Admit Card 15 days prior to the commencement of the examination (Tentatively). No candidate shall be allowed to appear in KLEE 2015 exam without a valid KLEE 2015 Admit Card.


KLEE 2015 Exam Pattern: KLEE 2015 shall have one paper consisting of 200 Objective Type Questions covering the entire syllabus. Exam Pattern of KLEE 2015 is as follows:


General English: 65 Questions
General Knowledge: 65 Questions
Aptitude for Legal Studies: 70 Questions


KLEE 2015 Selection Process: Theadmission will be strictly based on the merit of KLEE 2015 Exam and availability of the seats in the course.


KLEE 2015 Important Dates: Candidates can find below the tentative important dates of KLEE 2015:


Dates Events
Starting date of Online Application Forms 2nd week of June, 2015
Last date of Submission of Online applications 3rd week of June, 2015
Remittance of Fee at Bank (Challan/Net Banking) Last week of June, 2015
Issue of Admit Cards 1st week of July, 2015
KLEE 2015 Exam 2nd week of July, 2015


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