Check Kerala KEAM Result 2023 at the website of CEE Kerala i.e. cee.kerala.gov.in. Download Kerala KEAM Entrance Exam Marks/ Scorecard.
Commissioner of Entrance Exam in Kerala is all set to announce the KEAM Result 2023 for the examination conducted on 17 May 2023. The entrance exam was conducted in multiple centres in Kerala, Dubai, and Delhi on a single day.
Results of the entrance examination are expected by the third week of August. As the second week is going to be a holiday for Independence Day, the results are unlikely before that. We will keep you updated on this along with all relevant links.
Kerala KEAM Exam Result 2023 Rank, Marks Details
|Type of Examination||Entrance Exam|
|Name of the Exam||KEAM 2023|
|Exam Authority||CEE Kerala|
|KEAM Result 2021 Status||to be announced|
|Article Category||Sarkari Result|
The results will be provided online and the students who took part in the examination can check KEAM Results by Either Application Number or Roll Number.
The CEE of Kerala has given a chance to the students sitting abroad in gulf countries too by conducting the exam in Dubai as well. Along with that, Council had managed a few exam centres in Delhi too.
Most of the states in India conduct state-level entrance exams for admissions in Engineering, Agriculture, and Pharmacy. Earlier, boards used to complete the exam for Medical admissions as well. But after amalgamation with the NEET examination, the exam for Pharmacy is added to state-level entrance exams.
Kerala KEAM Result Status and Process
After the examination, the board releases the provisional answer key so the candidates can match their answers. Along with that, the board asks the candidates to send objections against incorrect answers (If any) as well. The candidates participate in the Objection process and the board revises the answer key and prepares the final key.
The KEAM 2023 Results will be announced on the official website links added below. Candidates are strongly recommended to use the links added here only.
KEAM 2023 – Kerala High Court stays on the result announcement
The High Court of Kerala has directed the CEE Kerala not to publish the KEAM Entrance Exam Result 2023 until the court makes a final decision about the petition filed.
These marks can be utilized to access the academic level of the students so the petitioner has requested the court for a change in the admission process. Kerala High Court has put a stay on the KEAM Result announcement until the final decision is taken.
How to Check Kerala KEAM Results 2023?
To check the Results of the KEAM 2023 Exam, the students are advised to follow the links and guide available here.
- Open the official website of CEE Kerala. The link is added below.
- Then click KEAM 2023 Candidate Portal
- After that, click the notification link available in the left sidebar.
- You will see KEAM Result Link.
- Click the same link to check the results.
The state students this year had an unfair advantage than CBSE and ICSE students as the evaluation process was flexible. Already the CBSE and ICSE students cannot get admission to degree courses as STATE students have higher marks and now our chance to the professional courses is also gone. We are pleading the government to avoid the consideration of+2 marks for Keam. As +2 evaluation for CBSE and ICSE students were not completely fair.
its all wrong,kerala dhse conducted +2 examination inculding practical examination and the valuation was damn strict also. Kerala HSE students wrote both +1 and +2 exam during the high number of cases of corona
The state students are getting 100/100 even though they are dim-witted and don’t know a thing about Physics, Chemistry and mathematics while the CBSE students are getting around 90/100 for all of these subjects. And also, even if this process hadn’t favoured state students it’s still dumb to take the +2 marks from students from different syllabuses which have different difficulty levels just to mess up the KEAM rank list and favour state students.
If you want it to be fair, Take only the marks you got in the Keam Entrance examination and make a rank list out of that. And then we’ll see how many State students are capable of passing the cut-offs. I’d be surprised if it isn’t zero.
I don’t care if they add or don’t add but what they have given in this website is wrong and they must change it we have written+2 exams