Kerala Law Entrance Examination
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Kerala Law Entrance Examination : Application Procedure

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The number of seats for each course and college are announced by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations at the time of inviting applications for the entrance exam.

Reservation of Seats

Reservation for Persons with Disabilities (PWD) : 3% of the total seats in all the Government Law Colleges will be reserved for Persons with Disabilities. The remaining seats will be distributed as per mandatory reservation principles as followed.

State Merit (SM) 65%
Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC)  25%
Ezhava 9%
Muslim 8%
Latin Catholic other than Anglo Indian 2%
Other Backward Hindu (BH) 5%
Scheduled Castes 8%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 2%

Some seats may be kept under Special Reservation. To know more about the reservation of seats in various colleges and the claims for reservation please refer to the prospectus or check the website of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.

Documents to be submitted during admission

(i) Admit card of the Entrance Examination
(ii) Allotment letter issued by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations
(iii) SSLC or any relevant school records to prove date of birth
(iv) Original Mark list and Degree Certificate of the qualifying examination
(v) Transfer certificate and conduct certificate from the institution where the candidate studied last.
(vi) Two copies of recent passport size photographs.
(vii) The applicant who is employed or is a trainee in Government/Quasi Government/Banks etc., shall at the time of interview produce a relieving order and a certificate of good conduct from the Head of the institution where the candidate was employed.
(viii) Candidates who passed their qualifying examination from Universities/Boards outside the State shall produce an "Eligibility Certificate" from the University concerned in Kerala, to the effect that the qualifying examination has been recognized by the University.
(ix) The student who qualifies from other Universities should produce migration certificate at the time of admission.
(x) For LLM admissions the candidate must produce the Original Mark lists of L.L.B. examinations (All Mark lists)

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