KEAM 2013 Counselling Procedure
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KEAM 2013 Counselling CAP has commenced from June 21, 2013 at 3 pm). KEAM 2013 Counselling Procedure details the process of counselling and admissions for the students who have qualified in the KEAM 2013 Examination. The KEAM 2013 Couonselling Procedure involves allotment of seats through the CAP 2013.  Students who have qualified have to apply online for the CAP 2013 with their preferred choice of courses. Based on the vacancies and eligibility guildelines, the students are then alloted seats.

KEAM 2013 Counselling
Counselling and allotment of seats for KEAM 2013 will be through the Centralized Allotment Process (CAP 2013) with online submission of options.

KEAM 2013  Centralised Allotment Process (CAP): available from June 21, 2013 at 3 pm

1. Registration of Options: Click here to Register and enter the Roll No

Note:Candidates who do not have access to Internet facility can use the Option Facilitation Centres’ (OFC) and ‘Help Desks provided free of cost, by the Government across the state. These centres are in operation for a specified time period.


CAP 2013 Registration Procedure:

  • The candidate should follow the procedure given below for registering options:

    (i) Candidates should access and log on to the his/her Home page by entering Roll no (the six-digit Number allotted by CEE to the candidate), Application No (the seven-digit number printed on the right top part of the facing sheet of the Application submitted by the candidate for KEAM 2013, Key no (16 digit alpha-numeric code provided on the Security Card)

    (iii) Setting of a Password.

    (iv) Registering of Options.

    (v) Saving the Options registered.

    (vi) Viewing and Printing of the List of Options registered.

    (vii) Logging off from the Home Page.

Courses and Colleges available for registering options:
A list of Courses (Course List) and Colleges (College List) for allotments through the CAP will be available in the Home page of the candidate based on the stream(s) the candidate is eligible for.

2. Trial Allotments:
available on June 28, 2013

The CEE will conduct Trial Allotment before the closure of the time fixed for registering options to give an idea about the chances of getting allotment to a course and college based on options and rank of the candidate.

Note: The trial Allotment does not guarantee that the candidate will get allotment in a college or course.

Click here for the details of the Trial Allotment Results.

First Allotment
: on July 3, 2013

Remittance of Fee: July 4 to 6, 2013
The prescribed fee for the Course will have to be remitted by the Candidate to the CEE Account in specified branches of State Bank of Travancore (SBT). After the candidate remits the fee in the first allotment, a fee receipt will be issued by the bank as token of allotment and remittance of fee.

Second Allotment
  on July 13, 2013

Remittance of Fee: July 15, 2013

Admission for all courses:

Candidates who are allotted seats and who remit the fee as prescribed, should take admission in the college allotted as per the schedule prescribed by the CEE.

Note: Candidates who do not take admission will lose their allotment as well as the claims in all streams. The candidates are liable to pay admission fee as prescribed by the University concerned at the time of admission.

Post Allotment Activities:

Reporting at the College: Candidates who get allotment will have to report before the Principal/Head of the Institution concerned for admission on the dates specified in the counselling schedule below with the following documents :

  • Admit Card of KEAM 2013.

  • Certificate to prove date of birth.

  • Transfer Certificate from the Institution last attended and Conduct Certificate.

  • Original mark list of the Higher Secondary or equivalent as well as the Pass certificate of the same

  • Eligibility certificate from any University in Kerala, in the case of candidates who have passed a qualifying examination other than Higher Secondary Examination/Vocational Higher Secondary Examination conducted by Government of Kerala or the examination conducted by CBSE and CISCE.

  • Migration Certificate, if applicable.

  • Physical Fitness Certificate in the relevant format given in  Annexure XVII (a) or XVII (b) of the Prospectus 2013

  • Receipt of fee remitted in the Bank.

  • Mark Data sheet of the Entrance Examination.

  • Any other documents required by the Head of Institution.

Note: The ‘Admission fee’ as prescribed by the University concerned to the course will have to be remitted by the candidate at the time of taking admission in the college.

Verification of Documents: The Principal/Head of the College or Institution shall be Personally responsible for verification and satisfaction of the correctness of the records produced by the candidate at the time of seeking admission in the college/institution.

Failure to pay the tuition fee/report for Admission : Candidates who do not pay the tuition fee or do not take admission on the prescribed date will lose their admission.

IMPORTANT: The candidate is specifically instructed not to inform his/her Key Number and Password to the institutions concerned

Additional: Candidates allotted to Engineering Courses will have to get vaccinated against Hepatitis-B, before they take admission in the allotted college, as per AICTE guidelines.


KEAM 2013 Counselling Schedule:

Counselling Schedule


Option Entry Facility

June 21 to 30, 2013 till 3 pm

Trial Allotment

June 28, 2013

1st  Allotment

July 3, 2013

Fee Payment and reporting at allotted colleges

July 4 to 6, 2013

Non Joining Report from college

July 8, 2013 by 5 pm

Withdrawals, rearrangement of options

July 10 to 11 till 3 pm

2nd Phase Allotment (Pvt Colleges)

July 13, 2013

Fee Payment and reporting at allotted private self financed colleges

July 15, 2013

Fee Payment and reporting at allotted colleges other than Pvt. Self financed

July 15 to 17, 2013

Withdrawals, rearrangement of options

July 19, 2013


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date to apply for keam when do i register for keam

Apoorva Student Expert 5th Oct, 2019

Hello dear student,

I hope you are aware that KEAM 2020 is an exam that will be conducted by commissioner of entrance examination that is denoted by CEE. KEAM is an state level exam conducted by CEE , Kerala, for the students who wants to take admission in under graduation programs of engineering. These exams offers admission in various  government and private colleges of state .

As you asked about when will form b available so dear student it will be available from February 2020 . And exam will be conducted in the month of may . I hope this helpful to you.

Best wishes


How much Mark is the cutoff for getting admission in biomedical engineering in govt colleges in keam

Papiya Mazumder 26th Sep, 2019


As per your requirement, i would say that as mentioned above your query, for admission into keam for biomedical engineering in government college, the cut off varies every year.

Getting a seat in college is depending on many factors like studenrs to seat ratio, cut off, reservation, ranking of college, etc

Cut off varies evert year as per your reservation category and no. Of students applying for the same.

The Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Government of Kerala announced the KEAM 2018 cutoff after the completion of each counseling session.

Click here, to find previous year cut-off rankings-

Good luck


what should be the rank for getting an admission for electrical and electronic engineering after KEAM

Vishwaksen Gouda Student Expert 26th Sep, 2019
Hello Rasheed
for General category students minimummarksforpassing keamwould be 50% and for ST/SC category students minimummarksforpassing keamwould be 40%.TheKEAM 2019 ranklist was preparedcalculatingthe average marks secured in the entrance exam and class 12 in the ratio of 50:50. Equal weightage is given to the scores obtained inKEAM 2019and the marks obtained in the 12th standard qualifying examination for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics

what marks will be a good means for getting an admission after KEAM exam for those who are appearing with OB caste?

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 13th Oct, 2019


In general, Try to do your best and get basics and solve numericals from each chapter from all the 3 subjects.

try to give mock test and know where you stand and improve your position.

As for marks try to score 80-85% of total marks. A rank in range 2k-3k will make your position secure in 1st tier colleges who accepts KEAM  to intake candidates.

Hope it helps!


I am a +2 student from kerala. In our 12th certificate, there is marks of 11th, 12th, and total marks. Which of these mark will be added in keam

Ankhi Banerjee 22nd Sep, 2019


For KEAM, only the boards examination marks of class 12 will be taken into consideration. The eligibility of KEAM says that you will need to score 50% marks in Mathematics separately and 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together in class 12. Also, the marks scored in Computer Science will be considered in case you did not study Chemistry. In case you have not studied Chemistry and Computer Science, the marks in Biotechnology will be considered. If none of the subjects- Chemistry, Computer Science and Biotechnology has been studied by the candidate then the marks in Biology will be considered

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