About KLEEE 2020

KL deemed to be University will conduct KLEEE 2020 for admission to its undergraduate engineering courses in two phases. The first phase exam was held from December 16 to 22, 2019 and second phase will be conducted from April 9 to 13, 2020. The exam in both phases will be conducted in in both online and offline mode. The application form for second phase exam is now available in both online and offline mode; candidates will have to note that the last date for each phase is also different. Also, for offline application, the candidate had to first obtain the form either in person or through the post on payment of Rs. 1000 by cash or DD. The result of the entrance exam will be declared in online mode followed by counselling of short-listed candidates. The counselling of KL University will be conducted tentatively in the first week of May 2020.
Candidates who have qualified JEE Main, JEE Advanced, Uni-GAUGE, or any other state-level engineering entrance exams including EAMCET, will be eligible for direct admission and don’t have to appear in the KLEEE 2020. Additionally, candidates with an outstanding record in sports and cultural activities will also be considered for direct admission.

KLEEE 2020 Highlights

Full Exam Name KL University Engineering Entrance Examination
Short Exam Name KLEEE
Conducting Body Koneru Lakshmaiah University
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level University Level Exam
Languages English
Mode of Application Offline / Online
Application Fee (General) 900 Rs [Online] +1 More
Mode of Exam Online and Offline
Mode of Counselling Offline
Participating Colleges 2
Exam Duration 3 Hours

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Upcoming Dates and Events

09 Sep, 2019 - 05 Apr, 2020

Application - Application date for phase II | Mode: Offline and Online Ongoing

07 Apr, 2020

Admit Card - Phase II | Mode: Online

09 Apr, 2020 - 13 Apr, 2020

Exam - Phase II | Mode: Offline and Online

20 Apr, 2020

Result - Phase II | Mode: Online

09 May, 2020 (Tentative)

Counselling - Start Date | Mode: Offline

Past Dates and Events

04 Jan, 2020

Result - Phase I | Mode: Online

16 Dec, 2019 - 22 Dec, 2019

Exam - Phase I | Mode: Offline and Online

13 Dec, 2019

Admit Card - Phase I | Mode: Online

09 Sep, 2019 - 10 Dec, 2019

Application - Application date for phase I | Mode: Offline and Online

KLEEE 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates seeking admission to B.Tech courses have to meet the prescribed KLEEE 2020 eligibility criteria for the programme to be considered for admission. Among the key eligibility criteria that candidates need to meet include that of the qualifying exam, minimum marks, and also subject combination. Refer the points below for more information.

  • Qualifying exam: The candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognized institute.
  • Subject combination: Candidates with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) combination are eligible for admission to all B.Tech programmes, including Bio-Technology. Candidates belonging to Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) group are eligible for admission to B.Tech (Bio Technology) and B.Pharmacy.
  • Minimum marks in the qualifying exam: The candidate must score minimum 60% marks in aggregate in the three subjects taken together. 

Qualification in Entrance Exam

In addition to meeting the above mentioned eligibility criteria, the candidate also must have qualified in any of the exams listed below to be considered for admission:

  • KL Engineering Entrance Examination
  • JEE Main
  • JEE Advanced
  • Any state-level engineering entrance exam, including EAMCET

Candidates who have merit in sports/cultural activities may also be considered for direct admission. 

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KL University has released the application form of KLEEE 2020 in both online and offline modes. Candidates are required to submit completed application before the last date (which is different for each phase), or else it was not accepted. Before filling the KLEEE 2020 application form, the candidates have to ensure that they meet the prescribed eligibility criteria; also only correct and verifiable information had to be used for filling the application form. The application process for filling the application form in both the modes has been described below.

Process to fill KLEEE 2020 Application form in the Online mode

  • Filling of the form: The application form has different sections like – contact, personal, and academic details, which has to be duly filled. The candidate also have to enter the name of the program in the order of priority (if more than one course is chosen).
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  • Payment of application fee: The application fee of Rs. 900 has to be paid online through net banking, credit and debit cards.
  • Submission of application form: After checking that all the details are in place and the application form is complete in all respects, submit it. Take a printout of completed application form.

Filling the application form of KLEEE 2020 in offline mode

If the candidate wished to fill the application form in offline mode, the candidate had to first obtain it:

  • In person: on payment of Rs. 1000 in cash or DD
  • Through speed post: By sending a request with a self-addressed envelope cover remitting Rs. 1000 by cash or DD

The Demand Draft (DD) should have been drawn in favour of K L Deemed to be University and payable at Vijayawada on any scheduled bank. The DD along with the self-addressed envelope must be sent to:

The Director, Admissions
K L Deemed to be University, 29-36-38
Museum Road, Governorpet,
VIJAYAWADA - 520 002.

Application Fees

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ST, OBC, General, SC, EWS Offline Female, Transgender, Male ₹ 1000

KLEEE 2020 Syllabus


Physics: Unit 01
Units and dimensions
Fundamental units in the cgs and si systems
Definitions of si units
Supplementary and derived units
Dimensions of physical quantities
Application of dimensional analysis and their uses
Limitations of dimensional analysis
Errors in measurements
Variation and average values
Number of observations
Ideas of standard deviation and mean deviation
Systematic and random errors
Significant figures and rounding off
Evaluation of percentage of errors.
Physics: Unit 02
Elements of vectors
Addition and subtraction of vectors
Laws of addition of vectors
Equal and null vectors
Unit Vectors
Unit vectors in cartesian co-ordinate system
Position vector and its magnitude
Parallelogram law of vectors
Expression for the resultant vector
Triangle law and polygon law of vectors
Application to relative motion of a boat in a river
Multiplication of a vector with scalar
Scalar product with examples of work and energy
Vector product with examples of torque and angular momentum
Vector and scalar products of unit vectors
Physics: Unit 03
Equations of motion in a straight line under uniform acceleration
Equation of motion of freely falling body
Equation of motion of vertically projected body from ground and from a height
Two dimensional motion
Projectiles with examples
Path of a projectile
Maximum height
Time of flight and range
Newton's laws of motion
Concepts of inertia
Momentum force
Impulse and types of forces
Collision of two bodies in one dimension
One body at rest
Two bodies moving in the same and opposite directions
Elastic and inelastic collisions
Coefficient of restitution
Physics: Unit 04
Work, power, and energy
Definition and units
Expressions for p.e. and k.e.
Work-energy theorem
Law of conservation of energy
Physics: Unit 05
Centre of mass
Co-ordinates of center of mass
Characteristics of center of mass
Examples in the case of two dimensional motions
Laws of motion of center of mass
Physics: Unit 06
Causes of friction
Kinetic and rolling friction
Laws of friction
Expressions for acceleration of a body on smooth and rough inclined planes without rolling
Physics: Unit 07
Rotatory motion
Rotatory motion
Relationships between quantities in rotatory and linear motions
Centripetal and centrifugal forces
Concepts of torque and couple
Relation between angular momentum and torque
Moment of inertia
Rotational kinetic energy
Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems
Expressions for the moment of inertia of a thin rod
Circular ring
Uniform disc
Cylinder and rectangular lamina
Conservation of angular momentum with examples
Motion in a vertical circle
Physics: Unit 08
Kepler's laws of planetary motion
Newton's universal law of gravitation
Expression for the relation between g and g
Variation of 'g' with height
Latitude and local conditions
Inertial and gravitational masses
Escape velocity and orbital velocity
Geo-statonary satellites and their uses
Physics: Unit 09
Simple harmonic motion
Definitions and examples
Expressions for displacement
Time period and frequency
Expressions for the period of a simple pendulum and loaded spring
Force constant
Expressions for the ke and pe of a body in shm
Physics: Unit 10
Elasticity and plasticity
Hookes law
Modulii of elasticity y,n,k
Poisson's ratio s
Relation between y,n,k and s
Behaviour of wire under gradually increasing load
Elastic fatigue
Expression for strain energy
Experimental determination of y by searle's apparatus
Physics: Unit 11
Surface tension
Surface tension
Definition and examples
Molecular phenomenon
Angle of contact
Capillarity with examples in nature
Experimental determination of surface tension by capillary rise method with necessary theory
Variation of surface tension with temperature
Expressions for excess pressure inside a drop and a bubble
Physics: Unit 12
Principle of buoyancy
Pressure in a fluid
Bernoulli's theorem
Aerodynamic lift and motion of spinning ball
Physics: Unit 13
Stream line flow
Explanation of viscosity
Poiseuille's equation
Determination of co-efficient of viscosity
Variation with temperature
Physics: Unit 14
Expansion of solids- liquids-gases
Three coefficients of expansion of solids their inter relationship
Determination of coefficient of linear expansion by mechanical lever method
Application to bimetallic thermostat
Coefficients of real and apparent expansion of liquids and the relation between them
Variation of density with temperature
Anomalous expansion of water and its effects
Experimental determination of real and apparent coefficients by regnault's method and specific gravity bottle
Volume and pressure coefficients of expansion of gases
Experimental determination of volume and pressure coefficients by regnault's and jolly's bulb apparatus
Absolute zero
Kelvin's scale of temperature
Boyle's law and charle's law
Ideal gas equation
Physics: Unit 15
Definition of calorie
Definition of thermal capacity
Definition of specific heat and latent heats
Law of mixtures
Problems relating to specific heats and latent heats and law of mixtures
Joule's law and mechanical equivalent of heat j
Three phases of matter and triple point of water
Definition of specific heats of gases cp and cv
Isothermal and adiabatic processes
Relationships between p,v and t
External work done by an ideal gas during expansion
Internal energy
Statements and explanation of zeroeth law
First and second laws of thermodynamics
Relation cp-cv = r
Physics: Unit 16
Thermal radiations
Nature and properties of thermal radiation
Prevost's theory of heat exchanges
Emissive and absorptive powers
Black body radiation
Kirchoff's law and its application
Newton's law of cooling
Laws of black body radiation
Stefan's law
Weien's displacement law and planck's formula qualitative treatment only
Physics: Unit 17
Propagation of sound
Wave equation
Velocity of sound in solids
Liquids and gases
Variation of velocity of sound in gases with temperature
Density and humidity
Natural and forced vibrations
Resonance with examples
Formation of stationary waves in stretched strings
Laws of transverse waves along stretched strings
Experimental verification by sonometer
Definition and explanation theory only
Doppler effect
Formulae for apparent frequency in specific cases
Applications and limitations of doppler effect
Physics: Unit 18
Geometrical optics
Determination of velocity of light by focault's rotating mirror method
Its significance
Critical angle
Total internal reflection
Application to optical fibres
Lens maker's formula
Defects of images
Spherical and chromatic aberrations and their elimination qualitative treatment
Construction of ramsden's and huygens eye pieces.
Dispersion of light
Formula for refractive index of prism
Pure and impure spectra
Arrangement to obtain pure spectrum
Description and working of spectrometer
Determination of angle of a prism
Angle of minimum deviation and refractive index
Dispersive power of a prism
Different kinds of spectra
Emission spectra-line
Band and continuous spectra absorption spectra and their significance
Fraunhoffer lines and their significance
Physics: Unit 19
Physical optics
Nature of light
Newton's corpuscular theory
Huygen's wave theory
Electromagnetic theory quantum theory elementary ideas only
Coherent sources
Young's double slit experiment
Phenomenon of diffraction
Fresnel and fraunhoffer diffraction
Diffraction at straight edge qualitative treatment
Concepts of polarization
Production of plane polarized light by reflection and double refraction polaroids
Physics: Unit 20
Magnetic pole strength
Inverse square law
Magnetic induction b
Formulae for magnetic induction on axial and equatorial line of a bar magnet and a very short bar magnet
Couple acting on a bar magnet placed in a uniform magnetic field
Magnetic moment of a magnet
Tangent law
Deflection magnetometer
Comparison of magnetic moments in tan a and tan b positions by equal distance method and null method
Verification of inverse square law
Vibration magnetometer
Experimental determination of m and bh
Magnetic materials dia
Antiferro and ferrimagnetism and their properties
Electron theory of magnetism qualitative treatment
Permeability and susceptibility concepts only
Physics: Unit 21
Electro statics
Coulomb's law
Permittivity- concept of electric field
Electric lines of force
Force on a charge in an electric filed
Electric potential
Potential due to a point charge
Potential energy of a point charge in a uniform electric field
Electron volt
Relation between e and v capacitance
Dielectric constant
Parallel plate capacitor
Formula for capacitance
Effect of di
Electric on capacity expressions only
Formulae for resultant capacitance when capacitors are connected in series and parallel
Energy stored in a capacitor
Effect of dielectric on the energy
Types of capacitors and their uses
Physics: Unit 22
Current electricity
Ohm's law
Specific resistance
Temperature dependence of resistivity
EMF of a cell
Internal resistance and back emf
Kirchoff's laws
Statement and explanation
Application to wheatstone's bridge for its balance condition
Metre bridge
Principle of potentiometer
Comparison of emf's of cells
Determination of internal resistance of a primary cell
Physics: Unit 23
Seebeck effect
Peltier and thomson effects and their coefficients
Variation of thermo emf with temperature
Neutral and inversion temperatures
Application of thermo couples
Physics: Unit 24
Electro magnetics
Oersted's experiment
Biot savart law
The tesla ampere law
Magnetic field near a long straight wire and at the center of a circular coil carrying current expressions only
Force on a moving charge in a magnetic field f = q v x b
Force on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic filed
Force between two straight parallel conductors carrying current
Definition of ampere
Fleming's left hand rule
Force and torque on current loop in a magnetic filed
Tangent galvanometer expression for the current construction and working of a moving coil galvanometer
Shunt and its uses
Conversion of moving coil galvanometer into ammeter and voltmeter
Comparison of moving coil galvanometer with tangent galvanometer
Electro magnetic induction
Magnetic flux and induced emf
Faraday and lenz laws
Fleming's right hand rule
Self and mutual inductances
Physics: Unit 25
Atomic physics
Discovery of electron
E or m electron by thomson's method
Charge of an electron by millikan's oil drop method principle only photo electric effect
Laws of photoelectric emission
Einstein's photo electric equation and its experimental verification by millikan's method
Photoelectric cells and their uses
X-ray spectra
Mosley's law and its importance
Compton effect
Dual nature of matter
De borglie's hypothesis concepts only
Physics: Unit 26
Nuclear physics
Composition of nucleus
Nuclear forces
Mass defect and binding energy
Explanations with examples
Discovery of neutron
Nuclear fission
Chain reaction
Principle and working of a nuclear reactor
Nuclear fusion
Energy of sun and stars carbon - nitrogen cycle and proton- proton cycle
Elementary particles.
Physics: Unit 27
Semiconductor devices
Junction diode
Depletion layer
Barrier potential
Forward bias and reverse bias
Voltage characteristics
Junction diode as half wave and full wave rectifiers
Zener diode as voltage regulator
Pnp and non transistors
Transistor characteristics
Transistor as common emitter amplifier block diagram and qualitative treatment only


Mathematics: Unit 01
Types of functions
Algebra of real valued functions
Surds and logarithms
Mathematical induction and its applications
Permutations and combinations
Combinations of linear and circular permutations
Binomial theorem
For a positive integral index
For any rational index and applications
Binomial coefficients
Partial fractions exponential and logarithmic series
Quadratic expressions
Quadratic inequations
Theory of equations
Relations between the roots and coefficients in any equation
Transformation of equations
Reciprocal equations
Cubic equations
Cardan's solution
Biquadratic equations
Ferrari and decarte's solutions
Matrices and determinants
Types of matrices
Algebra of matrices
Properties of determinants of 2x2 and 3x3 order matrices
Simultaneous linear equations in two and three variables
Rank of matrix
Complex numbers and their properties
Demoivre's theorem and their applications
Expansions of trigonometric functions
Mathematics: Unit 02
Trigonometric functions
Periodicity of graphs
Trigonometric ratios of compound angles
Multiple and sub-multiple angles
Trigonometric equations
Inverse trigonometric functions (principal value only)
Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions
Properties of triangles
Heights and distances in two dimensional plane
Mathematics: Unit 03
Vector algebra
Angle between two vectors of scalar product
Properties of scalar product
Applications of dot products
Right handed and left handed systems of vector product
Properties of vector product
Applications of cross product
Scalar triple product of three vectors
Properties of scalar triple product
Vector triple product
Vector product of four vectors
Scalar product of four vectors
Equation of a straight line passing through a given point and parallel to a given vector lines
Passing through two given points
Angle between two lines
Shortest distance between two lines skew lines
Condition for two lines to intersect
Point of intersection
Collinearity of three points
Equation of a plane
Passing through a given point and perpendicular to a vector
Given the distance from the origin and unit normal
Passing through a given point and parallel to two given vectors
Passing through two given points and parallel to a given vector
Passing through three given non-collinear points
Passing through the line of intersection of two given planes
The distance between a point and a plane
The plane which contains two given lines
Angle between two given planes
Angle between a line and a plane
Equation of the sphere whose centre and radius are given
Equation of a sphere when the extremities of the diameter are given
Mathematics: Unit 04
Addition and multiplication theorems of probability and their applications
Conditional probability and baye's theorem
Mean and variance of a random variable
Binomial and poisson, normal distributions
Mathematics: Unit 05
Coordinate geometry
Translation and rotation of axes of locus
The straight line of locus
The pair of straight lines of locus
Coordinate planes in three dimensions
Two dimensions: Cartesian coordinates, distance between two points, section formulae, shift of origin
Section formula and their applications
Direction cosines and direction ratios of a line
Angle between two lines
Projection of a line
The plane and its general equation
Equation of the plane in different forms
Circles and system of circles, conics, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola and their applications
Equations of tangent
Polar and pole to these conics
Polar coordinates
Mathematics: Unit 06
Continuity limits
Differentiation limits
Different methods,
Successive differentiation including leibnitz's theorem
Applications of differentiation
Partial differentiation including euler's theorem on homogeneous functions
Different methods of integration
Definite integrals and their applications to areas
Reduction formulae
Numerical integration
Trapezoidal and simpson's rules
Differential Equations
Formation and solution of first order
First degree differential equations
Second order linear homogenous equations with constant coefficients


Chemistry: Unit 01
Atomic structure
Electromagnetic radiation
Wave nature and its characteristics
Wave length
Wave number
Units to express these quantities
Relationship between them
Atomic spectrum of hydrogen
Different regions of the spectrum
Wave number of the spectral lines in these regions rydberg's equation
Bracket and pfund series
Rutherford's model
Merits and demerits rutherford's model
Postulates bohr's model
Formulation of the model
Expressions for the energy and radius of the hydrogen atomic orbits with derivations with limitations
Sommerfields modifications of stark effects
Significance quantum numbers
Writing quantum numbers for differentiating electrons in atoms
Pauli's exclusion principle
De-broglie wave equation nature of electron
Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
Shapes of s,p,d orbitals
Orbitals energy sequence
Aufbau principle
Hund's rule
Electronic configuration of elements from atomic no: 1 to 30 by nlx method stability and magnetic behaviour of atoms based on concepts of electronic configuration.
Chemistry: Unit 02
Nuclear chemistry
Nuclear particles
Isotones and isodiapheres
Relative dimensions of atom and nucleus
Nuclear mass defect
Energy relation
Binding energy
N or p ratio
Magic numbers
Writing nuclear reactions in the shortest form of notation
Balancing nuclear reactions
Typical examples of nuclear reactions
Nuclear fusion proton reactions
Nuclear fission uranium 235
Differences between nuclear and chemical reactions
Units of radioactivity curie, rutherford and bacquerel
Natural and artificial radioactivity
Disintegration series
Group displacement law
Rate equation no derivation of radioactive disintegration
Decay constant
Half-life period
Numerical problems on radioactive disintegrations
Radioactive isotopes o18, p32, u238, c14, i131 and their applications
Chemistry: Unit 03
Periodic classification of elements
Periodic laws based on atomic number and electron configuration
Structure of the long form of the periodic table
S,p,d,f blocks
Outer electronic configuration of elements of s,p,d and f blocks
Periodic trends
Trends down the group and across the period in respect of atomic size
Ionic radius
Oxidation state
Ionization potential
Electron affinity and electronegativity
Reasons for the trends
Chemistry: Unit 04
Chemical bonding
Nature of ionic bonding
Factors favourable for the bond formation
Effect of ionization potential
Electron affinity and electro negativity
Born - haber cycle for sodium chloride crystal formation
Face centered cubic lattice structure of sodium chloride
Body centered cubic lattice structure of cesium chloride diagramatic illustrations only
Coordination number of metal ions in the crystals of sodium chloride and cesium chloride
Properties of ionic substances
Nature of covalent bond
Octet rule and electron dot formula of simple molecules becl2, bf3, co2, nh3,h2o,pcl5, sf6, ch4, c2-h4, c2h6
Postulates of valence bond theory qualitative treatment
Overlapping of orbitals
Sigma and pi bonds
Dipole moment qualitative aspect of simple molecules
Hcl, h2o, so2, nh3, ch4-, ccl4
Properties of covalent substances
Sp, sp2,sp3, dsp3, d2sp3 hybridization of orbitals
Shapes of simple molecules bond lengths
Bond angles and bond energies
Postulates of valance shell electron pair repulsion vsepr theory
Application to geometry of covalent molecules beryllium chloride, boron tri chloride, water and ammonia
Concept hydrogen bond
Inter and intra molecular hydrogen bonds
Typical examples
Chemistry: Unit 05
Stoichiometric equation
Stoichiometric amounts – examples
Gram atom of mole concept
Gram molecule mole concept
Definition of mole
Formula weight
Chemical reactions and numerical calculations based on weight
Weight volume
Volume relationships
Calculation of empirical and molecular formulae of carbon compounds
Oxidation number
Redox reactions
Calculation of oxidation number
Balancing of redox reactions by ion
Electron half reaction method and oxidation number method
Chemistry: Unit 06
Gaseous state
Boyle's law of gas laws
Charle's law of gas laws
Avogadro's law of gas laws
Statement and numerical problems
Ideal gas equation:
Values of r
Numerical problems based on gas equation
Graham's law of diffusion
Numerical problems
Statement dalton's law of partial pressures
Postulates kinetic theory of gases
Derivation of pv= 1 or 3 mnc2
Deducing gas laws from kinetic gas laws boyles law charles law, dalton's law,graham's law from kinetic gas equation
Rms velocity
Most probable velocity
Mathematical relationship between the three
Average kinetic energy of the molecules
Chemistry: Unit 07
Definition of solution
Methods of expressing concentrations of solutions
Mole fraction methods
Numerical problems
Definition vapour pressure
Effect of temperature
Raoult's law
Chemistry: Unit 08
Acids and bases
Theories of acids and bases
Base concept of arrhenius acid
Limitations of arrhenius acid
Bronsted concept
Limitations bronsted concept
Lewis theory
Ionic product of water
Ph of aqueous solutions
Include both strong and weak acids and bases
Buffer solutions
Types of buffers
Buffer action
Calculation of ph of acid buffers
Acid indicators
Base indicators
Ph range
Selection of indicators for acid
Base titrations
Definition hydrolysis of salts
Examples of different salts
Chemistry: Unit 09
Electro chemistry
Metallic conductors
Non electrolytes
Arrhenius theory of ionization
Faraday's laws
Numerical problems
Definition of galvanic cells
Cell notation
Writing of cells and cell reactions
Nernst equation
E.m.f. calculation
Chemistry: Unit 10
Chemical equilibrium and chemical kinetics
Chemical equilibrium
Reversible reactions
Dynamic nature
Examples of chemical equilibrium
Application of law of mass action to haber's process for ammonia
Le Chatelier's principle
Statement and applications to haber's process for ammonia
Chemical kinetics
Rate of reaction elementary treatment factors concentration - temperature, catalyst affecting rate of reaction
Rate law
Rate constant and its units order and molecularity
First order rate equation and half life
Collision theory of reaction rates elementary treatment
Chemistry: Unit 11
Chemical energetics
Chemical energetics
Internal energy
Exothermic and endothermic reactions
Formation of heats of reaction
Hess law and  numerical problems of neutralization
Chemistry: Unit 12
Surface chemistry
Adsorption and absorption
Physical and chemical adsorption
Distinguishing properties
Adsorption of gases on metals
Adsorption from solutions elementary treatment
Colloidal state
True and colloidal solutions
Explanation of terms
Dispersion medium
Dispersed phase
Lyophillic and lyophobic sols using the examples smoke cloud blood milk
Starch solution and gold sol
Cleaning action of soap emulsions
Emulsifying agent and emulsification
Applications of catalysts and explanation of terms
Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis
Distinction with suitable examples
Auto catalysis with one example
Chemistry: Unit 13
Hydrogen and its compounds
Hardness of water and its removal heavy water
Isotopes of hydrogen
Heavy Water
Electrolytic preparation
Properties and uses of heavy water
Preparation and properties of hydrogen peroxide, copper sulphate, silver nitrate, plaster of paris, borax, Mohr's salt, alums, white and red lead, microcosmic salt and bleaching powder, sodium thiosulfate
Preparation laboratory, electrolytic and auto oxidation and concentration
Properties of h2o2 as oxidizing agent and reducing agent
Structure and uses of h2o2
Chemistry: Unit 14
Alkali and alkaline earth metals
General characteristics of electronic configuration
Position in the long form of the periodic table
Trends in physical properties
Chemical properties with reference to oxides
Halides and carbonates
Sodium and magnesium and its occurrence
Extraction of sodium castner and down process
Extraction of magnesium from carnalite and magnasite
Typical physical and chemical properties their uses
Alloys of magnesium magnalium and electron preparation
Properties and uses of the following compounds sodium hydroxide
Sodium bicarbonate
Plaster of paris
Lime mortar and gypsum
Chemistry: Unit 15
Group elements
General characteristics of electronic configuration
Position in the long form of the periodic table
Trends in physical properties
Chemical properties with reference to oxides
Halides and hydroxides
Aluminium and its occurrence
Purification (electrolytic)
Typical physical and chemical properties
Uses including aluminothermic process
Preparation, properties and uses of potash alum.
Concept and examples of electron deficient compounds
Preparation, properties and structure
Chemistry: Unit 16
Iv group elements
General characteristics of electronic configuration
Position in the long form of the periodic table
Trends in physical properties of carbon and silicon
Physical forms of carbon
Allotropy of carbon
Structure of diamond and graphite
Structure and uses of silicon and sio2
Comparison of sio2 with co2
Producer gas and water gas as fuel gases
Preparation of fuel gases
Calorific values and uses
Chemistry: Unit 17
V group elements
General characteristics of electronic configuration
Position in the long form of the period table
Trends in physical properties
Chemical properties of compounds of nitrogen and phosphorous hydrides, oxides, halides
Structural aspects of oxy - acids
Industrial preparation and uses of ammonia
Industrial preparation and uses of super phosphate of lime
Chemistry: Unit 18
Vi group elements
General characteristics of electronic configuration
Position in the long form of the periodic table
Trends in physical properties
Allotropy of elements
Chemical properties of compounds of oxygen and sulphur hydrides, oxides, halides
Structural aspects of oxy acids
Properties and uses of ozone
Sodium thiosulphate
Chemistry: Unit 19
Vii group elements
General characteristics of electronic configuration
Position in the long form of the periodic table
Trends in physical properties
Fluorine and chlorine: preparation, properties and uses.
Structure and oxidation states of oxides and oxyacids of chlorine
Bleaching powder preparation, properties and uses
Chemistry: Unit 20
Noble gases
Discovery occurrence and isolation of noble gases
Chemistry of noble gases and their uses
Chemistry: Unit 21
Transition elements (d block)
General characteristics of electronic configuration
Position in the long form of the periodic table
Properties of oxidation states
Colour forming ability
Alloy formation
Magnetic properties coordination complexes
Elementary account of werner's notations
Chemistry: Unit 22
Environmental chemistry
Terminology of environment, pollutant, contaminant, receptor, sink, speciation, dissolved oxygen, threshold limit.
Common air pollutants
Co and oxides of nitrogen and sulphur
Acid rains and green house effect water pollution
Common water pollutants
Organic pollutants
Biological oxygen demand
Inorganic pollutants
Water treatment with respect to fluorine content ozone layer and effect of freons
Chemistry: Unit 23
Hydrocarbons- I (alkanes and alkenes)
Formation of sigma and pi bonds
Homologous series
Concept and its significance
Structural isomerism
Nomenclature of aliphatic hydro carbons
Iupac system methane and ethane
Preparation by reduction of alkyl halides
Wurtz method
Grignard method
Senderen's reaction
Chemical properties of halogenation, nitration,pyrolysis, oxidation
Uses ethylene
Methods of Preparation
Dehydration of alcohols
Dehydrohalogenation of alkylhalides
Dehalogenation of dihalides
Properties of ethylene
Addition of hydrogen - halogens - hydrogen halides- water - hypohalous acids -mineral acids - polymerisation - oxidation with beayers reagent - ozonolysis - uses.
Chemistry: Unit 24
Hydrocarbons II
Preparation of acetylene
Dehydrohalogenation of 1,2
Hydrolysis of cac2 dehalogenation
Kolbe's electrolysis properties of oxidation, addition of hydrogen, halogens, hydrogen halides and water, trimerization, salt formation, decolorization of br2/ccl4
Uses benzene
Preparation from acetylene
Coal tar distillation
Structure of benzene
Aromatic property
Properties and uses of friedel - craft's reaction, halogenation, nitration, sulphonation
Chemistry: Unit 25
Alkyl halides
Nomenclature and classification to primary
Preparation of secondary and tertiary alkyl halides ethyl chloride
From alcohols using lucas reagent, pcl3, pcl5 and socl2.
Propertiesof reduction, hydrolysis, dehydrohalogenation, wurtz reaction, reactions with kno2, agno2, kcn, agcn, mg and sodium ethoxide.
Preparation from ethanol using bleaching powder and water and chloralhydrate chloroform
Oxidation, isocyanide formation - hydrolysis - uses their properties
Chemistry: Unit 26
Nomenclature and classification to primary
Secondary and tertiary alcohols ethanol their preparation
Hydrolysis of alkyl halides, hydration of alkenes, fermentation of molasses and starch their properties:
Hydrogen bonding
Reaction with sodium
Action with conc h2so4
Reaction with lucas reagent
Oxidation with potassium dichromate and cu / 300oc. combustion
Chloroform formation
Differentiation with lucas reagent and their uses
Chemistry: Unit 27
Nomenclature ether
Diethyl ether
Preparation from alcohols-williamson synthesis
Properties of ethers
Reaction with hi and uses
Chemistry: Unit 28
Aldehydes and ketones
Nomenclature of aldehydes and ketones
Preparations of acetaladehyde and acetone
Oxidation of alcohols
Heating calcium salts
Properties of oxidation
Reduction with h2 or ni and lialh4
Addition of nahso3
2,4 -dnp
Aldol condensation
Oxidation with tollen's and fehlings reagents
Chemistry: Unit 29
Carboxylic acids
Nomenclature carboxylic acids
Acetic acid
Oxidation of alcohols
Hydrolysis of cyanides
Reactions with na, naoh, nahco3
Acid cholrides
Amides formation
Chemistry: Unit 30
Nitrogen compounds
Nomenclature of nitrogen compounds
Nitration of benzene
Properties of reduction in acidic , basic, neutral media and with lialh4
Uses aniline and classification of amines
Reduction of nitro benzene and their preparation
Basic nature
Salt formation with hcl
N - acetylation
N- benzoyalation
Carbylamine reaction and uses
Chemistry: Unit 31
Chemistry in biology and medicine
Importance of metals in the bio molecules viz
Cyanocobalamine vitamin b12 and chlorophyll elementary treatment common drugs used in medicine
Actyl salicylic acid aspirin


Botany: Unit 01
World of plant life
Science of botany its origin
Some important landmarks in the development of botany
Uses of plants in daily life
Differences between plants and animals
Diversity in habitats of mesophytes,
Diversity in habitats of xerophytes
Diversity in habitats of hydrophytes
Diversity in habitats of halophytes
Diversity in habitats of epiphytes
Diversity in habitats of mangroves
Diversity in forms of herbs,
Diversity in forms of shurbs
Diversity in forms of trees
Diversity in forms of twiners
Diversity in forms of lianes
Diversity in life span of ephemerals
Diversity in life span of annuals
Diversity in life span of biennials
Diversity in life span of perennials
Diversity in nutritional methods of parasites
Diversity in nutritional methods of saprophytes
Diversity in nutritional methods of symbionts
Diversity in nutritional methods of autotrophs
Branches of botany and applied botany
Botany: Unit 02
Institutes and botanists of India
Contributions of bsi, nbri, cimap, iari, icrisat, fri, icar.
Contributions of birbal sahni, p. maheswari, m.o.p. iyengar, m.s. swaminathan and k.c.mehta
Botany: Unit 03
Vegetative morphology
Characteristics of roots
Types of root system
Regions of root
Modifications of root
Characteristics and functions of stem
Types of stems
Types of buds
Types of branching
Modifications of stem
Leaf base, stipules, petioles note: lamina, margins, apex, surface, texture omitted, venation, phyllotaxy, types of leaves simple and compound, leaf modifications.
Botany: Unit 04
Reproductive morphology
Racemose and cymose inflorescences
Mixed and special inflorescences
Terminal inflorescence
Axillary inflorescence and intercalary inflorescence
Structure and symmetry of flower
Types of pollination, contrivances of self and cross pollination, agents of pollination.
Structure of anther and ovule
Types of ovules
Structure and development of embryo sac
Fertilization and post fertilization changes
Agents of dispersal of seeds and fruits
Botany: Unit 05
Classification of flowering plants
Principles of clasification and nomenclature
Bentham and hookers system of clasification
Botany: Unit 06
Economic botany
Botanical name, family, morphology of useful part, varieties, economic importance
Paddy, wheat,jowar, bajra, red gram, bengal gram, groundnut, coconut, cotton, jute, mango, banana, neem and amla
Botany: Unit 07
Cell biology
Ultra structure of eukaryotic cell
Differences between plant and animal cells
Chromosomes and nucleic acids
Botany: Unit 08
Cell division
Mitosis and meiosis
Botany: Unit 09
Internal organisation of plants
Meristems, simple, complex and secretory tissues
Epidermal, ground and vascular tissue systems.
Root apex and stem apex
Anatomy of dicot and monocot roots
Anatomy of dicot and monocot stems
Anatomy of dicot and monocot leaves
Normal secondary growth in dicot stem
Botany: Unit 10
Scope and applications of biotechnology
Aspects of biotechnology
Genetic engineering
Tissue culture and singe cell protein
Somatic hybridization
White button mushroom cultivation
Botany: Unit 11
Plant kingdom
Broad outlines of cryptogams and phanerogams
Salient features of the major groups
Thallophyta algae and fungi, bryophyta, pteridophyta, spermatophyta gymnosperms and angiosperms
Study of the structure and life history of spirogyra, rhizopus, funaria, pteris, and cycas
Botany: Unit 12
Branches of applied microbiology and their importance
Introduction, distribution, habitat, structure, nutrition, reproduction and economic importance
Introduction, structure of tmv and bacteriophage, multiplication, transmission, symptoms of viral diseases on plants and their control measures
Botany: Unit 13
Plant pathology
Introduction, brief historical account of plant pathology, clasification of plant diseases, general control measures.
Symptoms, causative organism and control measures of blast of paddy, red rot of sugar cane, grain smut of sorghum, citrus canker
Botany: Unit 14
Plants and environment
Introduction, scope of ecology, levels of organization, basic concepts of ecology
Plant communities are hydrophytes, mesophytes, xerophytes
Soil formation, soil profile, components of soil, plant groups in relation to soil characteristics, soil erosion, soil conservation
Botany: Unit 15
Crop improvement
Introduction of cropimprovement
Aims and objectives of plant breeding,
Organizations of crop improvement research
Methods of plant breeding and introduction, selection, hybridization, hybrid vigour, polyploidy breeding, mutation breeding
Botany: Unit 16
Plant physiology
Water relations of plants are importance of water, availability of water availability of water, bulk flow, diffusion, water potential, osmosis, plasmolysis, imbibition
Active and passive absorption of water by plants.
Ascent of sap through root pressure and cohesion-tension theories
Definition transpiration
Types of transpiration
Structure of stomata
Mechanism of stomatal opening and closing
Factors affecting transpiration
Importance of transpiration
Introduction of mineral nutrition
Macro and microelements
Criteria of essentiality
Role of npk in plant nutrition
Absorption of ions
Active and pasive absorption
Cytochrome pump carrier theory
Lecithin carrier theory
Inorganic, organic, bio-fertilizers
Importance of bio fertilizers
Definition of enzymes
Historical account of enzymes
Properties of Enzymes
Components of enzyme nomenclature and clasification of enzymes
Mode of enzyme action
Introduction of photosynthesis
Historical account of photosynthesis
Structure of chloroplast
Photosynthetic pigments
Hills reaction
Emerson enhancement effect
Photolysis of water
C3 pathway
C4 pathway
Cam pathway
Factors affecting photosynthesis
Importance of photosynthesis
Translocation of organic solutes are munch’s hypothesis.
Respiration introduction
Types of respiration
Differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration
Krebs cycle
Electron transport system
Mechanism of anaerobic respiration
Alcoholic fermentation
Respiratory quotient
Nitrogen metabolism
Forms of nitrogen
Biological Nitrogen fixation
Symbiotic and non symbiotic
Bio-synthesis of proteins with transcription and translation
Genetic code and its properties
Introduction of plant growth regulators and seed germination
Discovery and physiological effects of auxins
Abscisic acid and ethylene
Role of hormones in agriculture and horticulture
Seed germination
Physiological changes during germination
Conditions required for germination
Seed vigour
Seed dormancy


Zoology: Unit 01
Zoology, the basics
Nature and scope of zoology
Relation between zoology and other sciences
Basic principles of clasification
Need for clasification
Five kingdom clasification, viz., monera, protista, plantae, fungi and animalia
Concept of species
Levels of clasification
Binomial nomenclature
Kingdom protista
Prokaryotic and lukaryotic unicellular organisms
Zoology: Unit 02
Characters and classification of invertebrate phyla up to the level of classes with examples
Protozoa phylum porifera phylum coelenterata cnidaria phylum platyhelminthes
Nemathelminthes phylum annelida phylum arthropoda phylum mollusca
Zoology: Unit 03
Animal organisation
Types and characteristic features of each symmetry
Giving an example for each type from the representative phyla - asymmetry , radial symmetry, biradial symmetry and bilateral symmetry
Formation of coelom
Schizocoelic and enterocoelic coelom
Definition of acoelom
Pseudo-coelom and coelom
Examples from major phyla
Animal tissues
Zoology: Unit 04
Locomotion and reproduction in protozoa
Types and structure of locomotary organelles
Pseudopodia, cilia and flagellae giving examples.
Amoeboid movement
Sol-gel theory
Ciliary and flagellar movements
Synchronal and
Metachronal movements
Effective stroke and recovery stroke
Types of reproduction
Process and its significance
Asexual reproduction
Binary fission
Sexual reproduction
Conjugation as exemplified by vorticella and its significance
Zoology: Unit 05
Animal associations
Mutualism or symbiosis
Structure and life cycle of the parasites
Entamoeba histolytica
Plasmodium viva
Taenia solium
Wuchereria bancrofti
Parasites giving scientific name, common name, vector,stage of infection, mode of transmission, affected systems and name of the diseases caused schistosoma haemotobium - paragonimus - ancylostoma duodenale - enterobius and loa loa.
Types and structure of amoeba
Zoology: Unit 06
Annelida - pheritima - type study in detail
Zoology: Unit 07
Periplaneta americana
External characters digestive
Respiratory and nervous systems only
Life cycle and economic importance of silk worm
Insect mouth parts of biting chewing
Insect mouth parts of piercing and sucking
Insect mouth parts of sponging and sucking
Insect mouth parts of siphoning
Economic importance of insects like useful insects, viz., honey bee, lac insect
Their produce and general features
Harmful insects viz., bed bug, head louse. mosquito and housefly
Their harmful effects and diseases spread by them
Zoology: Unit 08
Man and biosphere
Elementary aspects of abiotic factors - light, temperature and water - their effects on organisms.
Biotic factors - producers, consumers and decomposers
Pond ecosystem - littoral zone, limnetic zone and profundal zone - ecological pyramids and energy flow
Population ecology : population density, growth, age distribution and population regulation
Air pollution of environmental primary and secondary pollutants - sulphur dioxide, nitrous oxide, particulates, aerosols, carbon monoxide and noise
Water pollution - pollutants - pesticide, industrial effluents, sewage, heavy metals, radio - active substances
Land pollution - fertilizers, pesticides and solid waste preventive measures of environmental pollution
Wild life conservation
Legislation on environment protection with reference to indian context
Biotechnology involved in alcohal
Monoclonal antibodies
Vaccines and hormones
Zoology: Unit 09
General characters and out line clasification of chordata upto clases
Distinctive features of cartilaginous and bony fishes, typical examples
Distinctive features of urodela, anura and apoda. typical examples
Distinctive characters of squamata, rhynchocephalia, crocodilia and chelonia with typical examples.
Identification of poisonous and non-poisonous snakes, poison apparatus, toxicity of snake venom and treatment of snake bite including first aid
Distincive features of carinatae and ratitae with typical examples
Distinctive features of prototheria, metatheria and eutheria
Zoology: Unit 10
Functional anatomy of rabbit-digestive, respiratory and circulatory systems
Digestive system of rabbit
Comparison with that of frog
Chemistry of food stuffs with carbohydrates, proteins and lipids role of vitamins and minerals in nutrition.
Digestive enzymes and their mechanism of action - the sequence of digestion and absorption
Respiratory system of rabbit
Mechanism of respiration and transport of respiratory gases.
Circulatory system of rabbit
Structure of heart, arterial and venous systems - comparison with those of frog
Working of the heart of rabbit
Coagulation of blood
Zoology: Unit 11
Functional anatomy of rabbit-excretory, musculoskeletal and reproductive systems
Excretory system of rabbit comparison with that of frog
Structure and function of nephron
Urine formation and its composition
Musculo and skeletal system
Ultra structure and contraction of muscle sliding filament theory system
Types of joints
Reproductive system of rabbit - comparison with that of frog with structure
Development of rabbit upto gastrulation, gestation and viviparity
Central peripheral and autonomous nervous systems in brief . name and roman
Endocrine glands like pitutary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal midula and cortex pancreas, ovary and testes and the role of their hormones
Zoology: Unit 12
Mendel’s laws
Sex determination
Sex determination x0, zz, zw to honey bee methods, secondary sx differences - role of hormones
Sex linked inheritence x, y, xy, incomplete, sx limited and sx influenced inheritance
Gene expression and gene regulation
Blood groups and their inheritance abo and rh -rh factors
Significance in pregnancy and transfusion
Zoology: Unit 13
Organic evolution
Origin of life
Theories of organic evolution - lamarck, darwin, devries
Modern concepts - variations - hardy weinberg equilibrium, natural selection - gene pool speciation - macro and micro evolution - drift
Evidence of organic evolution
Zoology: Unit 14
Applied zoology
Poultry layers and broilers poultry diseases
Animal breeding in dairy and poultry cloning
Immunity disorders aids, hepatitis and allergic reactions

It goes without saying that the candidate must refer to the exam pattern of KLEEE 2020 when preparing for the exam. It is because the candidate will then know the types of question asked, mode of exam, and also marking scheme. As per KLEEE exam pattern, the test will available in both online and offline modes. The candidate can use this information to decide which mode will be better suited to his/her abilities. That is not all as the candidates will know to align their preparation to objective-mode, considering only objective questions are asked in the exam. KLEEE 2020 will be conducted in two phases. 

Exam pattern of KLEEE 2020                                                                                                                                                                            




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The institute had released the admit card of KLEEE 2020 for first phase exam on December 13. The KLEEE 2020 admit card is an important document that is required to take the exam and also for completing subsequent admission formalities. Students must carry their admit card on the exam centres without which they will not be allowed to appear in exam.

How to download KLEEE 2020 Admit Card

  • Click on the admit card download link
  • Log-in to the portal using application number
  • The admit card will be displayed on screen

Before downloading the admit card, just ensure that the details mentioned on it are correct. Or else get in touch with admission authorities. 

KLEEE 2020 Exam Centers

State City
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Port Blair
Andhra Pradesh Vijayawada
Assam Guwahati
Bihar Gaya
Punjab Chandigarh
Chhattisgarh Raipur
Delhi New Delhi
Goa Panaji
Gujarat Ahmedabad
Haryana Faridabad
Himachal Pradesh Hamirpur
Jammu and Kashmir Jammu
Jharkhand Dhanbad
Karnataka Bengaluru
Kerala Ernakulam
Madhya Pradesh Bhopal
Maharashtra Aurangabad
Manipur Imphal
Meghalaya Shillong
Mizoram Aizawl

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card

2 Colleges Accepting Admission
through KLEEE

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KL University will declare the result of KLEEE 2020 separately for each phase in online mode. To check their results, the candidate have to log-in to the result portal using their application and hall ticket numbers. The result includes details like the overall and subject-wise marks secured by the candidate, and rank. Based on the KLEEE 2020 result, merit list will be prepared and candidates will be short-listed for counselling and seat allotment. Candidates who are ranked higher in the merit list are more likely to get a seat of their choice. 

How to check KLEEE 2020 Result

  • Log-in to result portal using application number and hall ticket number
  • Upon successful log-in, the result would be displayed on the screen.

KLEEE 2020 Cutoff

Admission authorities will determine course- and category-specific KLEEE 2020 cutoff for admission to various B.Tech programmes. The cutoff is usually the last rank for which admission is offered, so candidates need to score at least equal to or more than the prescribed cutoff. Also, the cutoff of KLUEEE 2020 will be determined based on parameters like number of seats available for the applied course, applications received, and also previous cutoff trends. So, the cutoff will vary from one branch to another and also across categories.

Considering the cutoff of KLEEE 2020 will only be available after declaration of result, the candidate may check previous years’ cutoff to get a fair idea about the score they will need to score to have a fair chance of admission. 

Mode of Counselling: Offline

The counselling of KLEEE 2020 will be conducted in offline mode tentatively in the first week of May at Vijayawada and Hyderabad campus. Candidates will be placed under different groups based on their merit rank in KLEEE, or in EAMCET, JEE Advanced or JEE Main. During the counselling process, candidates who are placed higher in their respective groups (including respective categories like SC, ST, and OBC) will be called for called first. 

Document verification is an integral part of the KLEEE 2020 counselling process, and candidates will be allotted seats only post successful verification. 

Course-wise Counselling Fee                                                                                                                                       

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Please note that there is fee concession of Rs. 10,000 for candidates belonging to SC, ST and PwD categories. OBC candidates are eligible for fee concession of Rs. 5000. 

KLEEE 2020 Counselling Centers

State City
Andhra Pradesh Guntur
Telangana Hyderabad

Documents Required at Counselling

  • Counselling call letter
  • S.S.C marks memo/equivalent certificate
  • 10+2 or equivalent qualified exam mark sheet and provisional certificate/pass certificate
  • Hall ticket and rank card (KLEEE 2020, JEE advanced 2020 or EAMCET 2020)
  • Transfer certificate (TC)
  • Conduct certificate (CC)
  • Other certificates such as sports/NCC/ex-service men/single girl child/extra curricular activities (ECA) as mentioned in application
  • Caste certificate (if admission sought under reserved category)
  • Two photocopies of aadhar card
  • 6 Passport size colour photographs

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give an update about exam dates

Saisrinandan Ch 2nd Apr, 2020


KLEEE Phase 2 for admission into KL University is scheduled to be held from 9 to 13 April, 2020. But it is quite obvious that it cannot take place due to the lockdown imposed to battle COVID-19.

There is no official update on the postponement/rescheduling of the exam.

While you prepare for the exam, you can stay tuned to the following link for latest updates. Any news about the new date for exam will also reflect in the webpage.


Hope this helps.



give an update about exam dates due to lock down

Shubham Dhane 2nd Apr, 2020


The KLEEE Phase 2 exam is going to be conducted on April 9 to 13th 2020 and the admit card is going to be released on April 7th 2020. Please click the below link to know the important dates for KLEEE



if some one qualified in kleee exam of kluniversity they should pay any donation???

sathwika 21st Mar, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

As kl university  has two branches in Vijayawada and Hyderabad as it is top college in India as they will conduct their university will conduct a entrance exam to get seat in their university  as if you qualify in the exam also you have to pay donation for the university if score good marks you may get some concession but you have to pay donations but and i think my suggestions and knowledge may be helpful to u.


I have a correction in the application form of KLEEE phase-II. I have selected KLEEE b.arch examination. But I want to change that to KLEEE engineering. Can I correct the form? Is there any way to correct the form? Or do I need to apply another application?

AnkiT KunwaR 9th Mar, 2020
Hello Aspirant,

Koneru Lakshmaiah University (KL University) conducts KLEEE (KL Engineering Entrance Exam) for admissions to B.Tech and B.Arch courses.
Once you will submit your application form you will not get chance to correct it because KLEEE does not offer any form correction facility.So, kindly fill a fresh application form with your desired course.

I hope this helps.

how much money did they want for admission?

Sujatha Venkat 30th Jan, 2020

Hello Afsal,

The online application fee for KLEE is

Gen/sebc : 650

Sc/St :325. The applying date for online application will be first week of may 2020. Last date for application will be 3 week of may 2020. Hope this is useful.

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