KLEE 2023 was conducted on August 6, 2023, for admission to five-year integrated LLB programmes offered by the law colleges in Kerala. Candidates who appeared for the exam can raise objections against the provisional answer key by August 11.
To raise an objection, candidates must pay a fee of Rs 100 per question through a Demand Draft (DD). The DD should be drawn in favour of “Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Kerala” and payable at Thiruvananthapuram.
The supporting documents along with the DD should be submitted to the office of the Commissioner of Examinations by post or physically. The address of the office is:
Commissioner for Entrance Examinations
Kerala – 695001
The CEE will review the objections and the final answer key will be released on August 18.
Direct link to download the KLEE Answer Key 2023
Here are the steps to raise an objection against the provisional answer key:
Step 1: Download the provisional answer key from the official website of CEE.
Step 2: Identify the questions that you have an objection to.
Step 3: Pay a fee of Rs 100 per question through a Demand Draft (DD).
Step 4: Write a letter to the Commissioner of Examinations raising your objections.
Step 5: Attach the DD and the supporting documents to the letter.
Step 6: Submit the letter to the office of the Commissioner of Examinations by post or physically.
The deadline for raising objections is August 11. Any objections received after the deadline will not be considered.