Kerala Entrance KEAM 2017 Result To Be Out Today After 6:Pm At Cee-kerala.org

Office of Commissioner of Entrance Exams (CEE), Kerala will declare the result for KEAM 2017 today. KEAM 2017 is conducted for admission to under graduate engineering and pharmacy courses offered by government, government aided and private colleges.

Kerala Entrance KEAM 2017 Result To Be Out Today After 6:Pm At Cee-kerala.org

Kerala Entrance KEAM 2017 Result To Be Declared Today At Cee-kerala.org

New Delhi: Office of Commissioner of Entrance Exams (CEE), Kerala will declare the result for KEAM 2017 today. KEAM 2017 is conducted for admission to under graduate engineering and pharmacy courses offered by government, government aided and private colleges. Earlier KEAM was also conducted for admission to Medical courses but it has been replaced by National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam (NEET). KEAM result is close on the heels of Kerala DHSE (class 12) and VHSE (class 12 vocational) result.

After the website went down in the afternoon, students were confused about the results, but, an official from the Office of Commissioner of Entrance Exams, Kerala told NDTV that the results will be declared after 6 pm today.

With class 12 results declared, candidates who have appeared in KEAM exam will soon be provided with the link to upload marks scored by them in qualifying examination, i.e. class 12 marks. 

KEAM 2017 exam was conducted on April 24 and April 25. On April 24 exam for Physics and Chemistry papers were conducted while on April 25 paper for Mathematics was conducted. 

The admission to candidates will be given on the basis of 50:50 weightage that is 50 per cent weightage will be given to marks score din KEAM exam and 50 per cent weightage will be given to grade/marks obtained by the candidate in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry put together in the final year of the qualifying exam. In case a candidate has not studied Chemistry in class 12, marks obtained in Computer Science will be considered. If the candidate has not studied Chemistry and Computer Science, then marks scored in Biotechnology will be considered. If the student has not studies any of the three subjects mentioned, then the marks scored in Biology will be considered. 

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