Kerala entrance exam KEAM 2017 results will release today for approximately 1.6 lakh candidates who had appeared for the engineering entrance exam at the official website cee.kerala.org and kerala.org. The declaration of the results of KEAM Kerala Engineering, Architecture and Medical Courses (KEAM) entrance examination 2017 has been delayed due to technical issues as per sources. Once the technical issues are resolved, the results of KEAM Exam 2017 will be announced by the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations. The KEAM exam was held on April 24 and 25, 2017. The KEAM exam was conducted across 307 centres across across Kerala, Delhi, Mumbai and Dubai. LATEST UPDATE: cee.kerala.gov.in Kerala KEAM Exam 2017 Results Declared: Check KEAM results online at official website kerala.org
The rank list for the candidates will be prepared after they upload their marks of Plus Two/qualifying examination to prepare the rank list for engineering/architecture admission. The candidates can check the score on cee-kerala.org and cee.kerala.gov.in. In order to download the KEAM results 2017 aspirants will be required to log in to the official websites and click on KEAM results. After which a a new page will open. Aspirants will also need to enter their hall ticket, date of birth and other details. The results of KEAM will be displayed. After which the aspirants will need to download and take a print out of KEAM 2017 results and score card. Also Read: KEAM Exam 2017: Exam to be conducted on April 24, 2017 for engineering entrance exam
It is important to note that Commissionerate is also making allotments to KEAM, Three year LLB, Five year LLB, LLM, PG Dental and PG Medical courses. The allotments for KEAM are made through a Single Window System of the Centralised Allotment Process (CAP). The Kerala Board is well recognized and regulates, control education in the Kerala state. The Kerala board exams are organized in February, March and April month. All engineering colleges in the state are affiliated to KTU which is a state run technological university. Any KEAM disqualified candidates has to write KEE exam organised by private engineering colleges association to be able to apply for seats under management quota.