KLEE 2022 – Registration, Fees, Eligibility, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

KLEE 2022 – Registration, Fees, Eligibility, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

KLEE 2022 – Kerala Law Entrance Examination is an entrance test conducted for candidates to the law colleges of Kerala for law courses. However, the exam for L.L.M. courses is conducted separately, known as KLEE LLM.

This KLEE exam is conducted for admission to BA LLB, BBA LLB, BSc L.L.B., BCom L.L.B., and L.L.M. courses.

Many top-rated law schools in Kerala can be taken through this examination. 

Kerala’s Commissioner of Entrance Exams (C.E.E.) regulates the Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE) for admission to Kerala’s private, government, and self-financing law universities. At various assessment communities, the entrance test is held online in Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Thrissur, and Kozhikode.

Suppose you want to pursue their graduation or postgraduation in law from the top universities of Kerala. In that case, this article is for you, as findmecollege in this article has presented the structure of KLEE with the details such as Registration process, fees, eligibility, Exam pattern as well as syllabus of the examination, down below:

Registration Process & Fees for KLEE:

  • For KLEE, Online registration can be done by first registering themselves by clicking on the registration tab available on the official portal available for KLEE (cee.kerala.org.) exam. After that application form is to be filled, required documents are to be submitted, and lastly, payment of registration fees.
  • Candidates must provide their personal information, correct e-mail address, phone number, etc. After that, candidates have to click on the ‘CONFIRM’ button to apply.
  • To fill out the application form, the candidate first has to enter the registered I.D. & password ad then have to select three centers for the examination as per their convenience. Then lastly, they have to submit the required documents.
  • Documents required for the Application process are– Candidate’s Photograph & Signature, Relevant Certificate for P.W.D. Candidates, Domicile Certificate, Candidate’s I.D. verification proof such as Aadhar card and P.A.N. card, Certificate to indicate the applicant’s age, such as passport/10th standard mark sheets, Caste/Category certificate.
  • Application Fee for GENERAL & SEBC is Rs. 650, and for S.C. & S.T. is Rs. 325.

Eligibility for KLEE:

  • There is no upper age limit for the KLEE exam.
  • For a 5-year Integrated law program- A minimum of 45% marks are requisite for General, 42% marks for SEBC and a Minimum of 40% marks are requisite for S.C. & S.T. categories in the qualifying exam.
  • For a 3-year law program– A minimum of 45% marks are requisite for General, 42% marks for SEBC and a Minimum of 40% marks are requisite for S.C. & S.T. categories in the qualifying exam.
  • For Postgraduation (L.L.M.) program– A minimum of 50% marks are requisite in the qualifying exam.
  • NOTE– Candidates who appear in the qualifying and L.L.B., Final year examinations, are also eligible for KLEE. Such candidates will be given admission if they submit the qualification certificates and documents at the time of seat allotment.
  • Candidates holding Indian citizenship can apply. However, to enjoy the benefits of reservation, one needs to have an origin of Kerala.

Exam Pattern:

For 5- Year & 3- Year Law Program:

  • Exam to be conducted in online mode.
  • The duration of the KLEE exam is 2 hours/ 120minutes.
  • Exam to be conducted in the English language.
  • Questions come in a Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) format.
  • The paper consists of 200 questions in total.
  1. Arithmetic and Mental Ability– This section contains 25 questions to which 75 marks are allotted.
  2. General Knowledge– This section contains 45 questions to which 135 marks are allotted.
  3. General English– This section contains 60 questions to which 180 marks are allotted.
  4. Aptitude for Legal Studies– This section contains 70 questions to which 210 marks are allotted.
  • Each question contains three marks and one mark deducted for every wrong answer.

For Post graduation (L.L.M.) Program:

  • Exam to be conducted in offline mode, for 2 hours. And the paper consists of 200 questions divided into two parts:
  • Part A consists of 4 subjects which are as follows-

Law of Contract, Law of Crimes, Constitutional Law & Jurisprudence.

Each subject contains 25 questions to which 75 marks are allotted.

  • Part B consists of 6 subjects which are as follows-

Interpretation of Statutes & Law of Torts contains ten questions and 30 marks each.

Law of Property, Public International Law, Company Law & Administrative Law consists of 20 questions and 60 marks each.

  • Each question contains three marks and one mark deducted for every wrong answer.

Syllabus:

  • Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE) covers English Language, Arithmetic and Mental Ability, Legal Reasoning, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Quantitative Aptitude, General English & Law subjects (for L.L.M.).
    • The legal reasoning section is added to test candidates’ general awareness of legal and moral issues.
    • The general knowledge section requires awareness of current affairs, art, culture, and other international matters.
  • The reasoning section requires the candidates to analyze and draw conclusions to answer the questions critically.
  • English language section requires the comprehension and language skills of the candidates and to read and summarise the passage and lastly answer the questions based on it.
  • The mental Ability section is added to check the capacity and ability of candidates to solve the quizzes and mathematics problems in less time and with excellent efficiency.

 

So, these are the significant areas about the KLEE exam, which every candidate should know about before sitting for this exam to get admission without facing any irregularity.

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