Candidates who were waiting for the new admit card for the Kerala LLB 3 year 2018 can get their new Admit Card from the official website of the commissioner of entrance exam (CEE) i.e www.cee-kerala.org. The tragedy that hit Kerala caused the Kerala LLB 3 year exam to get postponed. Now the CEE has yet again provided the admit card for the exam. Students will find all the important information on the Kerala LLB 3 Year Admit Card such as their names, birth date, Roll Number, course name, father’s and mother’s name and also the venue and timings of the Kerala LLB 3 Year 2019 exam. The comissioner of entrance exams will issue the admit card to only those candidates who have successfully submitted their Application form and paid the Application fee.
To download the Kerala 3 Year LLB 2018 Admit Card, the students can visit the official website cee-kerala.org and enter the login Application Number, Password, and captcha (check image below). The Admit Card will be shown to the students on the screen. From here the students can download the Admit Card. The commissioner of entrance exams has advised the candidates to thoroughly check the details mentioned on the Admit card. in case the students find any discrepancies in the admit card, they can get it rectified by contacting the commissioner of entrance exams.
Commissioner of Entrance exam has also provided the “Forgot Application Number Link” on the login page itself. In case any student forgets the Application Number, they can enter the mobile number, Name and the captcha code. By clicking on the submit button, the application number will be shown to the students.
In the same way, the Commissioner of Entrance exams have provided the “forgot password” link which candidates can use to get back the password. For this, the students Provide the Application Number, select the method of receiving the OTP (Email/SMS) and type the received OTP and click on submit to get the password.
In the Kerala LLB 3 Year exam, the students will be asked questions based on General English, General Knowlege and Aptitute for legal studies. The exam checks the basic knowledge of English, Knowledge of the national and international events and their knowledge of the law subject
The Kerala LLB 3 year 2018 exam will contain 200 questions of 3 mark each and students have to complete 3 sections, namely – General Knowledge – 65 questions, General English – 65 questions, and Aptitude for legal studies – 70 questions. It is important for the candidates to secure a minimum number of marks to be eligible for studying the 3 year LLB course. The candidates belonging to the General Category have to secure at least 10% of the total marks i.e 10% of 600, 60 Marks and the students belonging to SC/ST category have to secure at least 5% of the total marks i.e 30 marks.