Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Kerala is inviting online applications for the Entrance Examination for admission to LLM Course in Government Law Colleges at Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Thrissur and Kozhikode and in private Self Financing Law Colleges of Kerala for academic session 2018-2019. Read about Kerala LLM Entrance Exam 2019 eligibility criteria, application process, exam pattern, important dates and other details on Kerala Entrance Examination for admission to LLM Course 2019.
Kerala LLM Entrance Exam 2019 eligibility criteria
Academic qualifications– Candidates who have passed the L.L.B. examination (5 year / 3 year course) with a minimum of 50% marks from the Universities in Kerala or other Universities recognised by the Universities in Kerala as equivalent thereto are eligible for admission. Candidates appearing / appeared for the regular Final year LL.B. examination can also apply for same.
Age limit- There is no upper age limit for admission to the LL. M Course.
How to apply for Kerala LLM Entrance Exam 2019
Candidates seeking admission to the course can apply online through the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations from February 2019.
The application fee is Rs. 800/-v (Rupees eight hundred only) for General and SEBC candidates and Rs. 400/-(Rupees four hundred only) for SC/ST candidates can be submitted through online payment using Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card or by way of e-challan available during the submission of online application in cash at any of the Head/Sub Post Offices in Kerala.
Kerala LLM Entrance Exam 2019 important dates
• Starting date for Kerala LLM Entrance Exam 2019 online registration- January 2019
• Last date to apply for Kerala Entrance Examination for admission to LLM Course 2019- February 2019
• Date to download admit card from official website- February 2019
• Examination date and time- February 2019
Kerala LLM Entrance Exam 2019 test pattern
The Entrance Examination will be conducted at Thiruvananthapuram in February 2019. There will be two papers each of 90 minutes duration, from 9.30am to 11.00am (Paper-I) and 11.30 am to 1.00pm (Paper-II). Each paper will consist of 100 Objective Type questions. The questions will be of the standard of LL.B Examination.