KEAM Result 2020 – Kerala Common Entrance Test 2020 Results

KEAM Results 2020:

Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Government of Kerala will go to declare the KEAM 2020 results or kerala. keam engineering results 2020. known as KEAM result tentatively 0n 25 May 2020. The examination was conducted for students who want to join the Engineering courses in the Government and private institutions in the state of Kerala. The KEAM examination 2020 was conducted on 24 April (Physics & Chemistry) and 25 April (Mathematics) 2020. The KEAM Engineering entrance examination was conducted across the 14 district centers of Kerala state and in Mumbai, New Delhi and Dubai. The Kerala KEAM Results 2020 or KEAM engineering results 2020 can be available at our official web site once declared.

Since this examination result is very vital for their personal and professional career, many of the students had prepared well in advance for the exam and performed at their level best. In order to get a better rank and score, aspirants studied all subjects namely Maths, Physics and Chemistry with lot of interest and commitment. If they get better rank, they can get admission in to prestigious institutions and ultimately will have a bright future.

KEAM examination 2020 is going to fill around 59,000 seats offered by the various Government colleges; Government sponsored self-financing colleges and private self-financing colleges of the state of Kerala. Admissions will be done based on the ratio of 50:50 on the applicant’s scores in KEAM 2020 and 12th standard qualifying examination. The admission committee will be following a Centralized Allotment process (CAP) for counseling and allotment of seats.

In 2020, Kerala CEE has conducted Entrance Examination to engineering courses only. The CEE will not conduct any Entrance Examination for admission to B.Arch. course and Medical and allied courses. However, candidates seeking admission to B.Arch. course should compulsorily appear and qualify the NATA 2020. Candidates seeking admission to Medical and other allied courses, should compulsorily attend and qualify the NEET 2020 conducted by the Central Board of Secondary education (CBSE).