Examination Pattern For Kerala Law Entrance Exam

Examination Pattern for Kerala Law Entrance Exam

Kerala Law Entrance Examination (KLEE) is conducted for admission into law program offered at both undergraduate as well as at postgraduate level. Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Government of Kerala is entrusted with the responsibility to conduct the entrance examination. The test is the pre-requisite condition to seek legal education through government institutes of the state.
Examination Pattern
Kerala Law Entrance Examination (KLEE) is among the competitive entrance examination of legal education in the country.  
The duration of test for 5 year L.L.B. course and 3 year L.L.B. course is three hours. The test paper consists of the following three parts. The test paper consists of 200 objective questions with multiple options. The test paper is divided into the following three parts.
  • Part I - comprises of 65 questions from General Knowledge.
  • Part II- comprises of 65 questions fromEnglish.
  • Part III- comprises of 70 questions fromAptitude for Legal Studies.
Every correct answer fetches 3 marks and every wrong answer will deduct 1 mark from the total. More than one answer indicated against a question will also be considered as wrong and no marks are deducted for not attempting any question.
 For L.L.M course, two separate objective papers with multiple options are conducted. Each test paper is of 100 marks and of 90 minutes of duration. The entrance examination will be of LLB standard. First paper includes 25 questions each from the following subjects.
  • Jurisprudence
  • Constitutional Law
  • Law of Crimes
  • Law of Contracts
Second paper consists of 100 questions in total, out of which 80 questions (20 from each) are asked from the subjects listed below.
  • Public International Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Law of Property
  • Company Law
Rest of the 20 questions (10 each) is from the following topics
  • Interpretation of statutes
  • Law of Torts
For every correct answer, 3 marks are given and for every wrong answer, 1 mark is deducted. More than one answer marked against a question will be considered as wrong answer and no marks are deducted for not answering any question.
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