KLEE 2023 was conducted for admission to three-year programme in four government law colleges and nine private self-financing law colleges.
The KCEE said candidates who have secured 10% of the total marks i.e. 60 marks and above, are qualified. Candidates belonging to SC/ST category will have to secure 5 % of the total mark (30) to qualify the entrance examination.
The rank list contains application, roll number and score of the shortlisted candidates were awarded three marks for every correct answer in KLEE 2023 3-year while one mark was deducted for each incorrect answers.
The KLEE 2023 was held for admission to three-year LLB programme in four government law colleges and nine private self-financing law colleges.
In case if two candidates get the same result then the student securing higher marks in the part ‘Aptitude for Legal Studies’ of the KLEE will be placed higher in the ranking. If the tie continues then, candidates with higher marks in the part ‘English’ will be placed higher in the ranking. If the tie still persists then the elder candidate will be get the higher rank.
KLEE 2023: Documents to be produced at the time of admission
- Data sheet of candidate
- Allotment memo issued by the commissioner for entrance examinations
- SSLC or any relevant school records, birth certificate, passport or other valid document to prove date of birth
- Original mark sheet and pass certificate of the qualifying examination
- Transfer certificate and conduct certificate from the educational institution
- Four copies of recent passport size photograph
- Candidate from outside Kerala should produce an ‘eligibility certificate’ from the university concerned in Kerala, to the effect that the qualifying examination has been recognised by the University.
- The student who qualifies from other universities should produce migration certificate at the time of admission
- Originals of all the uploaded documents and certificates