Vagisha Kaushik|Nov 27, 2023
KLEE 2023: Kerala 5-year LLB exam begins today; guidelines, admit card details
KLEE LLB: The exam will be held in two sessions, session 1 will start at 11:15 am till 1:15 pm while session 2 will begin at 2:30 pm and end at 4:30 pm.
NEW DELHI: The Commissioner of Entrance Exam (CEE) Kerala will conduct the 5-year Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE) 2023 today. Candidates appearing for the 5-year KLEE exam will have to carry their hall tickets along with valid id proof to the test centres.
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CEE Kerala issued the KLEE 5-year LLB admit cards on August 1, 2023, on its official website, cee.kerala.gov.in. Candidates can download their KLEE admit card by entering the application number and password.
The exam will be held in two sessions. Session 1 will start at 11:15 am till 1:15 pm while session 2 will begin at 2:30 pm and end at 4:30 pm. The authorities will also conduct a 15-minute familiarisation session for candidates after they enter the exam hall at 11 am for session 1 and 2 pm for session 2. Candidates are advised to report to the exam hall at 9:45 am for session 1. No student will be allowed to enter after 10:45 am and for session 2 the reporting will start at 12 noon till 1 pm.
The Kerala 5-year LLB exam 2023 will be conducted in online mode. The exam paper will consist of 200 objective-type questions. For every correct answer candidates will be awarded three marks and one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
The examination authorities will publish the answer key for the candidates after the commencement of the KLEE 2023 examination. Candidates can predict their exam scores by checking the official answer key.
KLEE LLB 2023 exam guidelines
Candidates must report at the exam centre at the specified time.
Candidates will be provided an access card with the user name, password, and seat number at the reporting point.
Candidates have to login into the computer system with the provided credentials.
Use of a keyboard during the exam is strictly prohibited, a virtual keyboard will appear on the computer screen automatically whenever required.
There will be a familiarisation session of 15 minutes before the start of the exam.
Once the candidate has reported for the entrance examination, they will not be allowed to leave the examination hall before the end of the exam.
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