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April 25, 2018 Wednesday 04:11:40 PM IST

KEAM 2018 Answer Key Released

National Edu News

New Delhi: Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical (KEAM) Entrance exam Answer keys have been released online. Candidates can check the official website for the same: http://www.cee-kerala.org/

The candidates can raise objections regarding the same at the official website till April 30, 2018. To raise the objection, the candidates will have to submit supporting documents and fee of Rs 100/- per question by way of DD drawn in favour of the commissioner for Entrance Examinations, payable at Thiruvananthapuram, by post or hand delivery so as to reach the office on or before 30.04.2018 (Monday).

KEAM entrance exam is conducted for admission to Professional Degree Courses across the state of Kerala. Through KEAM, candidates will be granted admission to various undergraduate courses in Engineering, Pharmacy, Medical, Agriculture and Forestry, Veterinary, and Fisheries courses.



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