Facts, Syllabus & Pattern
How to apply for KEAM
Results and Cut-off
How to Prepare for NTSE
Number of papers
Paper 1: Physics and Chemistry (common)
Paper 2: Mathematics (Engineering)
Paper 2: Biology of Medical Entrance Examination (For Agricultural courses and Veterinary courses)
Paper 2: Mathematics of Engineering Entrance Examination (For Agri Engineering, Food Engineering and DSc and Tech Engineering)
Type of questions
Total marks per paper
Exam duration for each paper
Total number of questions per paper
4 marks for the right answer -1 for the wrong answer
01. Keralite :
Candidates of Kerala origin are categorised as a Keralite.
Children of All India Service (AIS) officers (Non-Keralites) allotted to Kerala cadre are also considered as Keralites but they will not be eligible for any Communal/ Special/ Persons with Disabilities reservation.
02. Non-Keralite Category I (NK I):
The candidate who is not of Kerala origin but fulfill the following criteria will be categorised into Non-Keralite category I (NK I ).
03. Non-Keralite Category II (NK II):
For B.Tech (Ag Engg), B.Tech (Food Engg) and B.Tech (Dairy Science and Technology) candidates:
For B.Tech (DSc and Tech)
You are eligible to apply under this category if:
Step 1: KEAM 2019 registration
Step 2: Upload images
Students are required to upload the following:
They should be in .jpeg format of given specifications.
Step 3: Filling the application form for KEAM
You need to fill in the following information
Once you have filled the application completely, press save, preview and submit.
Step 4: Payment of KEAM application fee
Step 5: Printout of the application
Step 6: Send the printout of your application and supporting documents to CEE
Office of the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations,
5th Floor, Housing Board Buildings,
Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram – 695 001.
The application fee for all candidates will be as follows:
*ST candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.
The admit card will be issued after submission of the application forms. Admit card for the exam can be downloaded from the official website from the first week of April 2019, by following these simple steps:
Submission of online application
06th to 26th February 2019*
KEAM Admit card
4th April 2019*
KEAM paper 1
23rd April 2019*
KEAM paper 2
24th April 2019*
KEAM 2019 Results
28th May 2019*
* Dates are tentative and subject to change.
Solving sample papers and previous year papers is not only advisable, but also mandatory if you want to stay ahead of the stiff competition in KEAM 2019. Solving sample papers will help you to prepare for the expected paper and its pattern while also assisting you in learning efficient time management. You can also assess your own performance by practicing sample papers and judge your level of preparations for KEAM 2019.
Practising previous years’ KEAM papers is important as it helps you simulate the real exam. Toppr provides you with a complete set of all question banks from previous years which you can practice to sharpen your skills.