Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE) is an entrance exam held for admission in government law colleges and government merit seats in private self-financing law colleges. The law courses for which KLEE is held are 3 years LLB, 5 years LLB and LLM. Candidates who pass the exam can participate in the KLEE centralised allotment process (CAP) for the allotment of seats in the law colleges. There are 4 law colleges and around 20 private self-financing law colleges in Kerala that participate in CAP.
The exam is held in a computer-based test format at various test centres in the state of Kerala. In the KLEE exam, 200 MCQ type questions are asked. The total marks on the paper are 600 and the exam duration is 2 hours. Separate exams are held for 3 years LLB, 5 years LLB and LLM courses.
If you are a KLEE aspirant, you will need to know what portions of the syllabus you should be sticking on to now and how much time you ought to allot for it, where the time allotment itself would vary from student to student depending on their understanding skills.
Before applying for KLEE, candidates must check the eligibility requirements. If the eligibility is not fulfilled at the time of admission, candidates will lose their seats even if they have passed the entrance exam. The KLEE eligibility is given below: