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25th April 2013, 02:58 PM
afsalnoushad
 
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How can I study for engineering in Kerala?


if i got 0 and 30 marks in paper1 and paper 2 respectively in the keam entrance exam,then how can i study engineeiring in kerala.





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2nd July 2016, 08:30 AM
AWNISH RANJAN CHAUDHARY
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Default Re: How can I study for engineering in Kerala?

KEAM stands for Kerala Engineering, Architecture and Medical Entrance examination. State government of Kerala conducts this examination for admission of candidates in various disciplines of engineering, architecture and medical exams.

1. The eligibility criteria for engineering course is that you must have studied PCM subjects in 10+2 and score minimum of 50% marks to apply for this entrance exam.

2. You have not even qualified in KEAM entrance exam and hence there is no chance for you take admission in any engineering discipline or government college.

Only one chance is there for you to take admission through direct quota under every college where admission is done on basis of PCM percentage of marks. If you have good percentage then you can take admission.
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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