CEE Kerala issued an official notification on March 29 stating the release of application details submitted by the candidates for KEAM 2017. The same has been done so that the applicants can verify their details and make corrections in the particulars (if required). The applicants can also make corrections in the mobile number and registered email ID. However, as the facility will be closed on April 5, the applicants are left with only two days to make the corrections.
For checking the details and making corrections, the applicants are required to log in to the ‘KEAM 2017 – Candidate Portal’ at www.cee.kerala.gov.in by using the Application number and password.
How to make corrections in KEAM 2017 application form?
After successful login, click on ‘Memo’ button to view the details of the defects in the application form. The applicants can also take the printout of the Memo and required proformas for making the corrections.
It is to note here that CEE will not release the admit cards for those applicants whose application will have defects in respect of photograph/ signature/ thumb impression. Hence, the applicants are required to verify the details of their application form. The applicants can also upload correct photograph/ signature/ thumb impression if needed.
In case of registering the complaints, the applicants can send the documents to prove the claims along with required certificates/ documents to correct the defects in their application to the Commissioner for Entrance Examination, 5th Floor, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram-695001. The documents are to be reached to CEE Kerala by registered post/ speed post/ hand delivery on or before April 5, 2017.
The candidates who will not correct the particulars in their respective application forms will not be included in the rank list.
KEAM 2017 will be conducted on April 24 & 25, while the admit cards will be made available from April 10 onward. KEAM 2017 is being conducted by CEE for admission to Engineering Degree Courses in Kerala. The admissions to Medical and Allied Courses (MBBS, BDS, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Siddha, Unani, Agriculture, Veterinary, Fisheries, and Forestry) will be done on the basis of NEET only, however, the candidates seeking admission in these courses were asked to register for KEAM 2017.