The Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examination Kerala has released the KEAM Admit Card 2021 on the official website i.e. cee.kerala.gov.in. The candidates who have registered for the entrance examination can check the same by logging in with their Application Number and Password. The examination was scheduled for July 24, 2021 however it has been now postponed to August 05, 2021. The last date to make corrections in the photograph or signature is July 21, 2021, till 2 PM. Paper 1 i.e. Physics and Chemistry is scheduled from 10 AM to 12.30 PM. In the same way, Paper 2, Mathematics is scheduled from 2.30 PM to 5 PM.
How to check the KEAM admit card 2021?
The candidates should initially visit the official website of the commission. Thereafter, the candidates have to click on the KEAM 2021: Candidate’s Portal. On clicking the same, the candidates will land on the Official page of the KEAM admit card. Therein, the candidates have to enter their Application Number, Password, and Access code. The candidates must cross-check each info available on the admit card.
In the event of the candidate forgetting the Application Number, he should simply click on the Forgot Application Number icon. Post this, the candidates must enter the Name of the Candidate, Mobile Number, and Access code. On hitting the submit button the candidate’s information will be displayed that should be noted.
Check Important Instructions for Candidates
The candidates going to appear for the KEAM 2021 Exam have to follow the following set of instructions on the exam hall:
1- The candidates going to appear for the examination have to follow all the safety protocols i.e. social distancing and using Mask.
2- The candidates who are found to have a high fever or are physically unwell will be required to follow the rules made by the authorities to appear for the exam.
3- The authorities have prohibited sharing things in the exam hall, this implies that the candidates have to carry all personal belongings i.e. drinking water, lunch box, and their own stationery with them.
4- Carrying own food or lunch is mandatory as the candidate will not be allowed to eat outside or leave the test centre premises.
5- The authorities have asked the candidates to avoid social gatherings inside the exam hall and only sit on their allotted seats. The candidates should refrain from making crowds at the test centre.
6- They should be available only around the reporting time mentioned on their hall tickets.