The Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Andhra Pradesh has declared dates for the Koneru Lakshmaiah Engineering Entrance Exam (KLEEE) 2022 examination for both phases: Phase 1 and Phase 2. Along with dates for the issue of admit cards and the conduction of the exam. Application windows for KLEEE 2022 are going to be closed today January 24, 2022. Hence candidates who haven’t applied yet are advised to hurry and rush to the official website kluniversity.in, in order to fill out the form.
KLEEE 2022 Important dates
Dates for both phase I as well as Phase II exams are out on the website. Accordingly, admit cards for phase I are going to be issued tomorrow January 25, 2022. Exams are scheduled to be held on January 27, 28, and 29. Similarly, phase II admit cards will be released on February 24, 2022. Phase II exams shall take place on February 26 and 27, 2022.
|KLEEE event||Phase – I||Phase – II|
|Last Date of Application Submission||24 Jan 2022||23 Feb 2022|
|Issue of Online Admit Cards||25 Jan 2022||24 Feb 2022|
|Exam Date of KLEEE-2022||27, 28 and 29 Jan 2022||26 and 27 Feb 2022|
Exam pattern and application process
Eligible candidates from Andhra Pradesh have to register themselves on the web portal of KL university following which they will be required to verify the email address and contact number. It is important for applicants to note that once provided contact details will not be edited any further hence they must verify it more than once prior to submission. After filling out the application form, an application fee of ₹1000 must be paid by the candidates to ensure successful registration. For downloading admit cards, candidates must provide the login ID and password.
The KLEEE 2022 will be conducted in both online mode through the computer-based test as well as in the offline pen-and-paper-based exam. The duration of the test is 180 minutes and comprises 160 MCQs. The paper is subdivided into 3 sections- Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology. 1 mark is awarded for each correct response whereas no marks are deducted for incorrect answers. In other words, there isn’t any negative marking.
40 questions each are put forth from Chemistry and Physics sections, whereas 80 questions are asked from Mathematics section. In the case of Biology, there is an equal division of 40 questions each from Botany and Zoology. The questions are from the higher secondary level of the respective board.