KEAM 2024: Know Kerala Entrance exams date & time

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Are you preparing to write KEAM? Have you completed your application process? Well, you might need to speed it up because the countdown has started for the exam day already.

A revised schedule for this year’s entrance examination for admissions to Engineering and Pharmacy courses in Kerala. The exam, also commonly known as KEAM 2024 (Kerala Engineering Architecture and Medical exam) will now take place from June 5 to 9.

Earlier, the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE)-Kerala had said that the exam would be conducted on June 1,2, 3, 5, 6 and 7. Moreover, June 8 and 9 would be reserve days, the notification from CEE-Kerala had added.

The exam is being held over several days this year as it is a computer-based test.

Under the earlier schedule, there were morning and afternoon sessions for the exam. However, as per the new schedule, the engineering entrance exam will take place only in the morning, 10 am to 1 pm and the pharmacy entrance test will be conducted on June 9, from 3.30 to 5 pm.

CEE-Kerala said that candidates taking the engineering entrance should reach the exam centre by 7.30 am and those attempting the pharmacy paper by 1 pm.

KEAM 2024 Schedule: Date & time
Dates: June 5-9
Engineering Entrance Exam: June 9, 10 am to 1 pm
Pharmacy Entrance Exam: June 9, 3.30 to 5 pm

The schedule for other exams including MBBS, BDS, and Architecture will be released in the coming days on the official website.

KEAM 2024 admit card
The admit card will be available on the official CEE website,, from May 20 for registered candidates.

KEAM 2024 exam duration
A major change is being introduced in the Kerala entrance exam this year, as it will be a computer-based test. Last year, it was an OMR sheet-based test with two papers of two-and-a-half hours duration each. While Paper 1 was conducted in the morning, Paper 2 was held in the afternoon. This year, there will be a single paper of three-hour duration.

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