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KEAM 2024 exam date revised; to be held from June 5, marking scheme

Engineering exam candidates are required to report to the examination center at 7:30 am, while pharmacy exam candidates are required to report at 1 pm.

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KEAM 2024 exam date revised

KEAM 2024 exam date revised: Kerala Engineering, Architecture, and Medical Entrance Exam (KEAM) 2024 has been advanced by the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations, Kerala.

According to the official notice, the engineering entrance exam will now take place between June 5 and June 9.

It will take place in a single shift from 10 am to 1 pm. For pharmacy aspirants, it will take place from 3.30 pm to 5 pm on June 9. Previously, the KEAM 2024 exam was scheduled to take place over two shifts from June 1 to June 9.

Engineering exam candidates are required to report to the examination center at 7:30 am, while pharmacy exam candidates are required to report at 1 pm.

On May 20, 2024, the KEAM 2024 admit card will be available for download on the official website.

To download the KEAM 2024 admit card, candidates will need their registration number and password.

The KEAM 2024 result will be announced on or before June 20, 2024. The rank lists for engineering, architecture, and Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) courses will be published before July 20, 2024.

For students interested in engineering, architecture, ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, agriculture, forestry, MBBS, BDS, homoeopathy, cooperation and banking, climate change and environmental science, veterinary medicine, fisheries, biotechnology, and pharmacy, the entrance exam will be held.

An overview of the KEAM 2024 exam pattern and marking scheme

In KEAM 2024, the paper will be divided into two parts: paper 1 for physics, chemistry, and paper 2 for mathematics.

Throughout both papers, there will be 120 questions carrying 480 marks. Each paper will last 2 hours and 30 minutes.

For each correct answer, candidates will receive four marks, while for each incorrect response, one mark will be deducted.

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