Vagisha Kaushik|Nov 27, 2023
Kerala 5-year LLB first phase final allotment list 2023 out at cee.kerala.gov.in; course fees
KLEE 2023: Candidates can view and download the Kerala 5-year integrated LLB allotment order from the official website, cee.kerala.gov.in.
NEW DELHI: The Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE) Kerala has declared the final allotment list for integrated 5-year LLB admission 2023. The provisional Kerala 5-year LLB allotment result for 1,589 was declared earlier on the official website, cee.kerala.gov.in. Candidates who have been allotted seat will have to report to the respective college between October 9 to 12 by 3 PM.
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The first phase allotment was published based on the online options submitted by candidates till September 25 up to 11 AM.
The Kerala 5-year LLB centralised allotment process (CAP) is conducted for admission to the seats in four government law colleges and 50% government seats in 21 private self-financing law colleges of the state. The academic session 2023-24 began on September 20.
The commission allowed candidates to inform Kerala CEE in case of discrepancy in the allotment list before 3 PM on September 28.
“Candidates who have claimed SC/ST reservation and whose caste status is under scrutiny by KIRTADS have been provisionally considered for allotment. The allotment/admission, if any, of such candidates shall be provisional and subject to final verification of their caste status,” the CEE informed.
Those candidates who are shortlisted will have to produce all required documents during the admission process. Class 10, 12 certificate, allotment order, four passport size photographs, original mark list and transfer certificate are some of the important documents to be carried to the allotted college.
KLEE 2023: 5-year LLB course fees
The officials informed that the fees for the academic year 2023-24 has not been fixed yet. Therefore, applicants who are selected will have to pay the balance in case of hike in fees this year compared to 2022-23.
Government Law Colleges
Annual Tuition Fee - Rs 1,575
Private Self Financing Law College (Government seats)
Annual tuition fee - Rs 35,000
Special fee - Rs 5,000
Caution deposit - Rs 5,000
Refundable deposit - Rs 50,000
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