KLEE LLM 2016 Exam Pattern – Commissioner of Entrance Exam (CEE), Thiruvananthapuram has scheduled KLEE LLM 2016 on February 5, 2017 in offline mode. Candidates seeking admissions to postgraduate law programmes through KLEE LLM 2016 can check the exam pattern of KLEE LLM 2016 including number of questions, marks as well as marking scheme mentioned below in this page.
Candidates appearing for state level law exam can obtain the admit card of KLEE LLM 2016 from January 28, 2016 in online mode. Candidates are advised to download the admit card of KLEE LLM 2016, at least two days before the exam so as to avoid any last hour rush in case of any discrepancy. Check here on Important Dates of KLEE LLM 2016.
KLEE LLM Exam Pattern 2016 mentions type of questions, syllabus as well as questions weightage in both the papers of the post-graduate law exam. Scroll down to obtain more information on the state level law entrance exam –
KLEE LLM 2016 Exam Pattern –
KLEE LLM Test Pattern 2016: Overview
Exam Mode – Offline mode for both the papers i.e. Paper I and Paper II
Exam Centers – Various test locations in Thiruvananthapuram only
Exam Duration – 90 minutes for each paper (total time is 3 hours)
Number of Questions – 200 Questions (100 for each paper)
Types of Questions – Objective Type Questions
Total Marks – 600 marks (300 marks for each paper)
KLEE LLM 2016 Marking Scheme –
Three marks will be allotted for each correct answer
In case of each incorrect response, 1 mark is to be deducted from the total marks of KLEE LLM 2016
There will be no marks allotted for questions not attempted
Negative marking will be done for questions responded with more than two options as it will be regarded as incorrect
KLEE LLM 2016 Syllabus –
The questions of KLEE LLM 2016 shall be based on the syllabus for both papers as mentioned below –
Law of Crimes
Law of Contracts
Public International Law
Law of Property
Interpretation of Statutes
Law of Torts
Distribution of Questions:
Number of Questions
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No. There are only 3 well recognised private colleges which accept KLEE for offering law courses. The colleges are:
1. Mar Gregorios College of Law
2. Sree Narayan Guru College of Legal Studies
3. Bharata Mata School of Legal Studies
There are many well recognised colleges which offer direct admissions for Law degree without any entrance exam. Some of the best colleges are:
1. Markaz Law COllege
2. Al-Azhar Law College
3. CSI College for Legal Studies
4. Kerala Law Academy Law College
5. MCT College of Legal Studies
KLEE is a computer based exam conducted by CEE, kerala to admit students in law colleges. Not all the private colleges accept students based on the KLEE score, only few colleges consider this score. Private colleges will offer you a seat based on your 12th marks and other criteria also.
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KLEE entrance test is conducted by the state of Kerala for admission to 3 year LLB which is after graduation and 5 year integrated LLB course, based on the rank you will get in this exam you can get admission in integrated law course, which will be BA.LLB i.e Bachelor of Arts LLB, for more information regarding the exam please check the link attached herein,
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