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KEAM 2023: Spot Admission for Engineering, Architecture Starts from Sept 10; Documents Required

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KEAM 2023: Spot Admission for Engineering, Architecture Starts from Sept 10; Documents Required
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The Kerala Commission for Entrance Examinations (CEE) has announced spot admissions for the BTech and BArch programmes in the Kerala Engineering, Architecture, and Medical (KEAM) 2023 counselling. So, on September 10, KEAM 2023 spot admission will take place. The official website,, is where eligible candidates can submit an application for the spot round.

Students who have already chosen engineering and architecture in previous rounds of KEAM 2023 counselling and those who have chosen spot admission will be required to submit the tuition payments, it was said.

For those who fall under the general category, the tuition is Rs 8,650; however, those from Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) must pay Rs 1,000.

On September 10 at GEC Thrissur, spot admission for BTech and BArch programmes in government and aided engineering colleges will be held. From 8 AM until 12 AM, students may register, according to a formal announcement.

The following documents must be presented by applicants at the time of admission:

  • Plus 2 Mark sheet
  • Data sheet issued by CEE
  • SSLC or Class 10 certificate
  • Certificate to prove date of birth in original (SSLC/Birth Certificate/Valid Indian Passport)
  • Proof of Nativity in original (SSLC/Birth Certificate/Valid Indian Passport or any valid document as per KEAM prospectus 2023)
  • Non-creamy layer certificate (if admitted category is SEBC/OBC)
  • EWS certificate, if applicable
  • Caste or comrnunity certificate, if applicable
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Conduct certificate
  • Physical fitness certificate in the relevant format
  • Migration certificate (for boards other than HSC/VHSC)
  • Pass certificate of the qualifying examination
  • Any other certificate of eligibility if allotment is under any other quotas
  • Receipt of fee paid to CEE
  • One set of self-attested copies of each of the following documents: a data sheet for KEAM 2023, a NATA Score Card (for architecture candidates only), an SSLC certificate, a birth certificate, a mark sheet for a qualifying exam, a qualifying exam pass certificate, an EWS certificate, or a community certificate.

What is KEAM?

An admission exam called the Kerala Engineering, Architecture and Medical admission Exam (KEAM) is given in Kerala, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Dubai. For those seeking admission to engineering programmes at Kerela’s numerous colleges that have received approval from the government, universities, and state and federal regulatory bodies, an offline entrance exam is held.

Candidates who pass the KEAM exam must subsequently show up for CEE’s centralised admission process (CAP). Admission will also be made available for courses in medicine, agriculture, forestry, veterinary medicine, fishery, architecture, and pharmacy through CAP. However, students can enrol in these programmes without taking the KEAM exam if they have the necessary NEET or NATA scores instead. However, they must submit the KEAM application before the deadline.

KEAM 2023 Key Points

Check out the chart below for some key KEAM exam highlights:

Exam NameKerala Engineering, Agricultural and Medical Entrance Exam (KEAM)
Conducting BodyOffice of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE)
Exam LevelState-level
Exam FrequencyOnce a year
Mode of ExamOffline, pen and paper-based
Total Registrations1,22,083 (in 2022)
Courses offered through the Entrance ExamBTech
Exam FeesEngineering only/ B. Pharm only/both – INR 700 for Gen Engineering only/ B. Pharm only/both – INR 300 for SC Architecture only/Medical & Allied only/both – INR 500 for Gen Engineering only/ B. Pharm only/both – INR 200 for SC Applying for all courses – INR 900 for Gen Applying for all courses – INR 400 for SC The exam fee is NIL for ST candidates
Exam DurationPaper I – 2.5 hrs Paper II – 2.5 hrs Total – 5 hrs
No. of Papers and Total Marks2 papers of 960 marks in total
Total QuestionsEach paper carries 120 questions.
Marking Scheme4 for each correct response -1 for each incorrect response No marks for unattempted questions More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as an incorrect response and will be awarded negative marks.
Colleges Accepting Exam Score175 Engineering and architecture colleges 53 Medical and dental colleges 15 BHMS colleges 17 BAMS colleges 2 BSMS and BUMS colleges 1 Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani college 57 BPharm colleges 10 agricultural colleges 7 Veterinary colleges 2 Fisheries and ocean colleges
Contact DetailsCEE Help Line Number (09:30 AM to 05:30 PM) – 0471-2525300 Citizen Call Centre (24 Hours Help Line Numbers) – 155300, 0471-2335523 E-mail: Address: Office of The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations Fifth Floor, Housing Board Buildings Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram-695 001

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