KLEE Seat Allotment 2019 – Kerala Law Admission Test offers seats in legal programs. KLEE Seat Allotment 2019 is carried out by the Commissioner ate of the Entrance Exams (CEE), Kerala and the exams are held in nine regions of the state, to the provide admission to the aspirants in three years LLB, five years LLB, LLM courses. The notification is published on the website of CEE. The Klee test is carried out by the CEE and the details of the same are published to the candidates on a website of the CEE. The seats are allotted to the applicants based on the scores in the KLEE 2019. With this score, the candidates can approach the other self-funded institutions as well. The KLEE Seat Allotment 2019 shall be carried out by the representative for the entrance examinations in accordance with the ranks obtained by the candidates in the entrance examination and the order of preference of the institutions (options) to be taken by the candidates during the Online centralized allocation process (CAP). The details of the CAP are communicated on the website and in leading newspapers. Individual arrangements in this regard will not be sent to the candidates.
Allocation of state service seats in private self-financing law colleges will be in accordance with the consent of the Government of Kerala and will renew their university affiliation for the academic year and accreditation of Institution of the Bar Council of India. New universities may also be included in the list, subject to state sanction and university affiliation.
KLEE Seat Allotment 2019: Reservation of Seats
Reservation for Persons with Disabilities (PWD): 3% of the overall seats in all Government Law Colleges for all the programs will be held in reserve for candidates with Disabilities.
Two seats in the Government Law Colleges will be earmarked for NCC students on a rotational basis. Exceptional Reservation: One seat each in the four Government Law Colleges will be held in reserve for candidates from each of the following categories.
(i) Wards of Ex-Servicemen (ii) Visually Impaired Candidates (iii) Applicants under Sports quota (iv) The Ex-Paramilitary workers/wards of Ex-Paramilitary staffs (b) One seat in Government Law College, Ernakulam will be earmarked for an applicant from Lakshadweep.
KLEE Seat Allotment 2019: General Guidelines
KLEE Seat Allotment 2019 to the above-mentioned places should be carried out by the head entities of the respective departments before the spot allocation is done and the vacant seats, if any, should be reported the representative for the entrance examinations on the last day of participation in the second phase of the allocation
Such unavailable seats, if any, in these categories are replenished by the spot allotment carried out by the Commissioner for the entrance examinations, after these seats have been returned to state merit. If there is no plaintiff in all other cases of special reservations according the norms or seat reserved for persons with disabilities, the seat will be allocated to the obligatory reservation seats.
Claim of OEC candidates against the un-availed seats of SC/ST candidates: Other Eligible Community (OEC) candidates are eligible for the un-availed seats, if any, under SC/ST quota, as per GO. They should specify their community status in the application. Such candidate should upload Non-Creamy layer Certificate from the Village Officer concerned in the defined format available along with the online application.
Allocation of state service seats in private self-financing law colleges will be in accordance with the consent of the Government of Kerala and will renew their university affiliation for the academic year and, accreditation of the Institution of the Bar Council of India. New universities may also be included in the list, subject to state sanction and university affiliation.
The vacancies resulting from the first round of the seating arrangement will be filled in according to the rank submitted by the applicants and the options and the observance of the reservation rules on the basis of the priority given in the option form. There will be no reciprocal transfer between candidates from one university to another.