KEAM 2018 Results
KEAM 2018 Result for engineering courses will be declared on May 25 th , 2018. Candidates can access their results on the official website To check the results, candidates need to give their roll number and application number. The result will have the marks scored by candidates on the exam. Merit list will be prepared on the basis of 50:50 criteria, i.e. 50% for marks obtained in the KEAM exam and 50% for marks scored in the qualifying exam. The rank list for all the courses will be given on or before 20th June 2018.
How to check KEAM 2018 Results?
Candidates can chech their results by following the steps given below
- Login into the official KEAM web portal www.cee-kerala.org
- click on the link KEAM 2018 candidate portal.
- Candidates should give their application number and password
- Click on the submit button.
- The results will be displayed on the screen.
Details mentioned in KEAM 2018 results
- Candidates Name
- KEAM 2018 Roll No/Application No
- Category of the candidate
- Marks obtained in KEAM 2018
- KEAM 2018 Qualifying marks
The KEAM 2018 result will have the marks obtained by the candidate in the entrance exam of both (Paper I and Paper II). Candidates who qualify KEAM 2018 have to submit their 12th standard qualifying examination marks or equivalent for Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology. This marks will be used to prepare the rank list of KEAM 2018 where equal weightage (50:50) will be considered to prepare the rank list. i.e marks obtained in KEAM 2018 (Paper I and Paper II) and 12th standard qualifying examination marks or equivalent exam.
The rank list will include the list of qualified candidates in the merit order. Candidates who are placed higher in the KEAM 2018 rank list will be given first preference during counselling.
Note: Candidates who are listed in the KEAM 2018 engineering rank list will not be considered for admission to B.Arch course, as a separate rank list would be prepared for the B.Arch course.
KEAM 2018 Tie Breaking Rule
If two or more candidates secure the same number of marks, the tie breaking rule will be used to decide in order of preference:
- The candidate who has obtained higher marks in Mathematics in the Entrance Examination will get higher ranking.
- If the tie stil remains,then candidate with higher marks in physics in the entrance examination will get higher ranking.
- If there is still a tie, marks obtained by the candidate in Mathematics in qualifying exam will be considered, with the one having higher marks ranked higher.
- If still there is a tie, marks obtained by the candidate in physics in the qualifying exam will be considered, with the one having higher marks ranked higher.
- If, none of the above options works, then age will be used to break the tie. Candidates who are older in age will be ranked higher.