KLEE 3-Year LLB Admit Card 2023 Released on cee.kerala.gov.in, How to Download
The Kerala Commissioner of Entrance Exam (CEE) has released the admit cards for the upcoming 3-year LLB entrance exam in Kerala on August 9, 2023. Aspirants who have registered for the Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE) 2023 can obtain their hall tickets by logging into the candidate's portal on the official website - cee.kerala.gov.in. The Kerala 3-year LLB examination is slated to take place on August 13. The registration process for the KLEE 3-year LLB program concluded on July 20.
It's important to note that candidates who have not resolved issues with their submitted photo and signature within the specified timeframe will not receive their admit cards. These candidates have the opportunity to rectify the discrepancies and retrieve their admit cards until August 10, 2023 (until 4:00 PM). The official notification clarifies, "Admit cards of candidates who have not yet addressed the defects in their photograph and signature within the stipulated time have been withheld. Such candidates can correct the defects in order to access their admit cards before August 10, 2023, at 4:00 PM."
To download the KLEE 3-year LLB Admit Card 2023, applicants who enrolled for the Kerala LLB entrance exam need to utilize their Application Number and Password. Here's a step-by-step guide:
- Visit the official website of Kerala CEE - cee.kerala.gov.in.
- Click on 'Three-year LLB 2023- Candidate portal.'
- Enter your application number, password, and access code.
- Submit the provided login details.
- Your KLEE 2023 admit card will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the hall ticket for future reference.
Keep in mind that possessing the hall ticket is mandatory for appearing in the entrance exam, which will be conducted in a computer-based test format. Eligibility for the 3-year LLB program entails specific academic criteria. Applicants should have completed their bachelor's degree from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate score of 45 percent. For reserved category candidates like SEBC candidates, 42 percent marks are required, while SC/ST candidates need 40 percent marks.
Regarding nativity, candidates with Indian citizenship are eligible to apply. However, Kerala origin is necessary for availing reservation benefits.