Kerala LLB 5 Year Admission 2017 –Commissioner for Entrance Examination, Government of Kerala has released notification for the eligible candidates fo
Kerala LLB 5 Year Admission 2017 –Commissioner for Entrance Examination, Government of Kerala has released notification for the eligible candidates for Admission to Integrated Five Year LLB Course through an Entrance Examination for the academic year 2017-2018 in the four Government Law Colleges in Kerala and in the Private Self-financing Law College in Kerala which enter into seat sharing agreement with the State Government. For admission into above mention course candidates have to fill the Application form. Candidates can check the complete information of Kerala LLB 5 year Admission 2017.
application process, eligibility criteria and other information through this page below.
Kerala LLB 5 Year Admission 2017
Candidates seeking admission in Kerala LLB 5 year course have to fill the online application from here. The course will consist of a regular course of study for a minimum period of five academic years. The last 6 months of the course will include regular course of practical training. Admission to the course will be regulated on the basis of the merit as assessed by the Entrance Examination (CEE).
Schedule for the Kerala LLB 5 Year Admission 2017 is given below.
|Application form submission starts from||05 Jun 2017|
|Last date for submission of application form||16 Jun 2017|
|Availability of Admit Card||26 Jun 2017 onwards|
|Date of Entrance Test||02 Jul 2017|
Application Form 2017
Candidates seeking admission to the Kerala LLB 5 Year Course can apply online at www.cee.kerala.gov.in. Candidates are advised to ensure their eligibility and read the instructions before filling in the Application Form. Candidates can also fill the application form for LLB 5 Year course from the direct link that is given below.
Payment of Application Fee using e-Challan – List of Post Offices
- Rs. 600/- for General and SEBC Candidates and
- Rs. 300/- for SC/ST Candidates
Mode of Payment – The Application fee can be paid through the online payment gateway. Those having an Internet banking account, Credit card or Debit card can make use of this feature. Candidates availing this facility should read and follow each of the instructions given in the website carefully in order to ensure that the payment is successful.
How to Apply?
There are 5 steps for the online submission of application and all the steps are mandatory. Candidates should complete all steps and the candidates are advised to keep a softcopy or print of the application for future reference. For the online submission of application, the candidate must visit www.cee.kerala.gov.in where he / she can find the link “Integrated Five Year LL.B course 2017 – Online Application”.
- Step 1: Registration: This is a onetime online process during which the candidates will get a system generated ‘Application Number’. The candidates should give necessary basic data and create a strong password during the registration process.
- Step 2: Fill Application All the basic information required for processing your application are to be filled in at this stage. Before filling the details, please read the Prospectus carefully.
- The data provided here will be used for processing the application. Any mistake in filling this page or providing false/incomplete/wrong information will affect the candidate’s eligibility for admission or claim for reservation under any category. It is obligatory that the candidate fill all the mandatory fields in the application.
- Step 3: Pay Application Fee Application fee for General and SEBC candidates is Rs.600/-(Rupees Six hundred only) and in the case of SC/ST candidates and those eligible for SC/ST benefits as per G.O (Ms) No.25/05/SCSTDD dated 20.06.2005 is Rs.300/- (Rupees Three Hundred only). Applications can be submitted in online mode only, and all the supporting documents are to be uploaded only.
- Two payment methods are available for remitting the application fee.
- Online Payment
- Step 4: Upload Photograph, Signature and Documents/Certificates:
- Upload Photograph of Candidate – A studio generated soft copy of latest passport size color photograph with light coloured background in jpeg format between 10 kb to 30 kb of size and resolution 150 x 200 pixels is to be used for uploading.
- Upload Signature of Candidate – Dimensions of the image of signature must be 150 pixels width and 100 pixels height. File size should be below 30 KB
- Step 5: Print Application After completing the uploading of all necessary certificates/documents, candidates can take a printout of the application and the uploaded documents by clicking on the link ‘Print Application’. Candidates are advised to keep a soft copy or printout of the application for future reference. Printout of application or any supporting document should not be sent to the office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.
- Can also apply for a candidate who has passed an examination in 10 + 2 course of schooling recognized by the educational authority of the Central or State Government or possesses such academic qualifications which are considered equivalent to such 10 + 2 course by the Bar Council of India Admission to the course. Applicants who have obtained +2 Higher Secondary Pass Certificate or First Degree Certificate after prosecuting studies in distance or correspondence method will also be considered eligible for admission. The applicants who have obtained 10 +2 or graduation / post graduation through open university systems directly without having any basic qualifications for prosecuting such studies are eligible for admission.
- Candidate should be an Indian Citizen.
- Candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of the Board of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala or any other examination recognised by the Universities in Kerala as equivalent thereto.
- Candidates who are appearing/ appeared for the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply for the Entrance Examination. Such candidates become eligible for admission only if they produce the Pass Certificate and Mark List of the qualifying examination at the time of admission.
- No candidate shall be admitted to the Course, unless he/she has passed the qualifying examination with a minimum of 45% marks. However, candidates belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward Classes need only 42% marks and those belonging to the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes need only 40% marks in the qualifying examination. No rounding off of percentage of marks to the nearest higher integer is permitted.
- Age: The applicant should have completed 17 years of age, as on 31.12.2017.The upper age limit for admission to the integrated five year LLB Course will be subject to the decision of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. In case if age restriction under clause 28 of Legal Education Rules, 2008 of Bar Council of India is reinstated, only those candidates within the stipulated age limit will be allowed to appear for the Entrance Examination.
- The number of seats in the 4 Government Law Colleges and Private SelfFinancing Law Colleges included in CAP 2016-17
- Allotment of Government Merit Seats in Private Self-Financing Law Colleges will be subject to renewal of their University affiliation for the academic year 2017-18 and the accreditation of the Institution by the Bar Council Of India. New colleges may also be added to the list subject to Government Sanction and University Affiliation.
Reservation of seats
Reservation for Persons With Disabilities (PWD): 3% of the total seats in all Government Law Colleges will be reserved for Persons with Disabilities.
- Mandatory Reservation: Leaving the seats set apart under item A above, the remaining seats including Govt. Merit seats in private self-financing law colleges will be distributed according to the mandatory reservation principle as follows.
(i) State Merit (SM) 60% (ii) Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) 30% a. Ezhava (EZ) 9% b. Muslim (MU) 8% c. Other Backward Hindu (BH) 3% d. Latin Catholic (LC) 3% e. Dheevara and related communities(DV) 2% f. Viswakarma and related Communities(VK) 2% g. Kusavan and related Communities(KN) 1% h. Other Backward Christian(BX) 1% i. Kudumbi (KU) 1% (iii) Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes 10% a. Scheduled Castes (SC) 8% b. Scheduled Tribes (ST) 2%
Examination – A candidate desirous of joining the Integrated Five Year LL.B Course in any of the Govt. Law Colleges of the State or in Government Merit seats in private self-financing law colleges of the State will have to write the Entrance Examination. The admission to the course will be based on the rank of the candidate in this Entrance Examination. The Entrance Examination will be conducted on the date and time as notified by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.
The Entrance Examination shall be of three hours duration and will consist of 200 Objective type questions in (a) General English (65 questions),(b) General Knowledge (65 questions) and (c) Aptitude for Legal Studies (70 questions).
The candidates have to mark their responses in the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) Answer sheet given to them. The bubbles in the OMR Answer sheet should be filled up using ball point (blue or black ink) pen only.
If any candidate has any complaint regarding the answer keys, the same should be submitted to the CEE,in writing along with supporting documents and a fee of Rs.100/- per question by way of DD in favour of CEE,payable at Thiruvananthapuram, within 5 days from the date of publication of answer keys on the website of the CEE.If the complaint filed is found to be genuine, the fee remitted while filing the complaint will be refunded. Complaints received after the stipulated date and without requisite fee will not be considered under any circumstances. Complaints received by E-mail/Fax will not be considered on any account.
All complaints on Answer keys received will be referred to subject expert committees to be constituted by the CEE. The recommendations of the Committees will be final. Necessary modifications will be made in the published answer keys based on the recommendations of the committees and the marks for the deleted questions, if any, shall be distributed as per the ruling of the Hon’ble High Court of Kerala in 2002(3) KLT 871. Individual replies will not be given to the candidates on the decision of the Committees.
Valuation – For each correct response the candidate will be awarded three marks and for each incorrect response, one mark will be deducted from the total score. However, in the event of failure to answer questions, (i.e. no response is indicated for an item in the answer sheet) no deduction from the total score will be made. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect response and will be awarded negative marks.
Resolving of Tie – In case there is tie in the total marks in the entrance examination, the candidate securing higher marks in the part ‘Aptitude for Legal Studies’ of the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If the tie persists, candidate with higher marks in the part ‘English’ of the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If the tie still exists, the age of the candidate will be considered, the elder being placed higher in ranking than the younger.
(iv) Publication of Results – The rank list for admission to the course will be published on the basis of the total marks secured by the candidates for the Entrance
(v) Qualifying Standards in Entrance Examination- To qualify and thereby figure in the rank list for admission to the Integrated Five Year LL.B Course, a General category candidate should get a minimum of 10% of total marks in the Entrance Examination and a candidate belonging to SC/ST category should get a minimum of 5% of total marks, the total marks being 600 in the Entrance Examination. (v) Publication of Results – The rank list for admission to the course will be published on the basis of the total marks secured by the candidates for the Entrance Examination.
(vi) Publication of Category Lists – Separate category–wise list will be published for SEBC/SC/ST Reservation, Special Reservation, Person with Disability etc. Candidates are advised to verify the category list published by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations and satisfy themselves regarding their position in the list. Complaints, if any, in this regard may be sent to the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations within the notified time after publication of the category list, for necessary action. Complaints received thereafter will not be entertained. Revised category will be published after considering the objections/complaints, filed by the candidates.
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