KEAM Kerala 2018: The Fresh online applications for the Kerala Engineering Architecture (B.Arch) and Medical Entrance Exam which including MBBS and BDS have been invited.
This is the time for the candidates who had not submitted yet their applications earlier to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations may submit now on the official website of Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical Entrance Exam (KEAM 2018), cee.kerala.gov.in
Also, for the candidates those who have already applied for the admission to any of the courses such as Engineering/ Architecture/ Pharmacy/ Medical and Allied courses having the facility for making additions to the opted courses.
Also, the commision has been made the facility who had appeared in Paper-I of the engineering entrance examination 2018, and have not opted for pharmacy course in the already submitted application will be able to opt of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) course.
The candidates looking for admission to any of the courses such as Engineering/ Architecture/ Pharmacy/ Medical and Allied courses in the educational institutions of kerala are required to appear for the KEAM entrance test.
Candidates allowed to submit their application at any time between the limit from 7th May to 12th May 2018 within 5 pm on the official website www.cee.kerala.gov.in
Click the link ‘KEAM 2018-New Application’ provided on the website.
Candidate will be directed to a web page containing the online application.
The printout of the online application along with all the required supporting documents listed under clause 7.6 of the Prospectus should be sent to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, 5th Floor, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram- 695001 by Speed Post/Registered Post/Hand Delivery so as to reach him before 5pm on 16 May 2018.
Check the official notification for more accurate details here: SECOND PHASE OF ALLOTMENT TO POST GRADUATE MEDICAL DEGREE/DIPLOMA
COURSES, KERALA – 2018
Note: All details related to the allotment process are available on the website
www.cee-kerala.org. Further information can also be obtained by contacting the helpline numbers: 0471 2339101, 2339102, 2339103, and 2339104