Kerala LLB Admission 2023: Law school admission in Kerala is centralized, with the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE) overseeing the process for both publicly funded and privately funded law schools. Allotment lists for both the first phase of the integrated 5-year LLB admission 2023 and the 3-year LLB admission 2022 were released today.
The government-run and privately-funded law schools in Kerala provide a combined 3,990 places in their 3-year and 5-year Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Laws programs. There are 1,050 places in the 3-year LLB program and 2,940 in the 5-year LLB program. Allotment information for both programs can be found at cee.kerala.gov.in.
The Kerala 5-year LLB CAP is held for students to gain entry into the state’s four publicly funded law schools, as well as the fifty percent publicly funded seats at the state’s twenty-one privately funded law schools. On September 20th, 2023, the new school year for a five-year Bachelor of Laws degree began.
Admissions counseling for the three-year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program in Kerala will be held in 2023 for the state’s four public law schools and the ten private, independently-funded law schools that offer government-subsidized seats. On September 15, 2023, the new three-year LLB academic year officially began.
Kerala LLB Admission 2023: Cost of an LLB Degree in Kerala
The tuition for the LLB program in Kerala is still undetermined. This is why the CEE Kerala has mandated that colleges use the same fee structure as the 2022-23 school year. If there is a fee increase between the current academic year and 2022-23, however, the chosen students will be responsible for covering the difference.