KLEE 2023 Application Form, Exam Date, Syllabus, Eligibility, Pattern

KLEE stands for Kerala Law Entrance Examination which is a state-level examination conducted by the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE). This entrance examination is conducted to provide candidates admission into various law courses for both Undergraduate and Post-Graduation programs. In this article, we will discuss KLEE 2023 Application Form, Exam Date, Syllabus, Eligibility, Pattern, etc.

KLEE Important Dates

EventsTentative Dates
3-year LLB course5-year LLB courseLLM course
Available the Online application formMay 2023April 2023February 2023
The deadline to submit the application formMay 2023May 2023March 2023
Admit cardTo be notified laterMay 2023March 2023
KLEE 2023 Exam DateTo be notified laterMay 2023March 2023
Result DateTo be notified laterTo be notified laterTo be notified later
Starting of the counseling processTo be notified laterTo be notified laterTo be notified later

Courses offered through KLEE

The following are the courses that the candidate can pursue by clearing the KLEE entrance examination-

  • BA LLB
  • B.Com LLB
  • BSc LLB
  • LLB
  • LLM

KLEE Eligibility Criteria

The following are the eligibility criteria for KLEE-


  • The candidates are required to have passed class 12th from a recognized board with at least 45% marks (40% for reserved category candidates)


  • The candidates are required to have a graduate degree from a recognized university with at least 45% marks (40% for reserved category candidates)


  • The candidates having a valid LLB degree from a recognized university with at least 50% marks (45% for reserved category candidates)

KLEE 2023 Application Form

The following are the step by step application form filling methods-

  • Visit the official website of KLEE by following this link- https://cee.kerala.gov.in
  • Now click on the KLEE 2023 option followed by getting yourself registered on the website using your email Id and password
  • After registration is complete, log into your website and click on the apply button
  • After the application form is opened, you have to enter all the details correctly
  • Now, upload the documents mentioned below and click on the Next button
  • Now, you have to pay the application fee online
  • After successful payment, your registration for the KLEE Entrance examination is completed
  • Make sure, you are taking a printout of the application form and payment receipt for future use

Documents required for KLEE 2023 Application Form

The following are the documents required for the KLEE entrance examination application form-

  • Aadhaar Card
  • Class X and XI mark sheet or certificate
  • Graduation Degree/ Mark Sheet
  • Passport Size photograph
  • Scanned signature
  • Scanned thumb impression of your left hand

KLEE Application Fee

The following are the application fee for KLEE-

CategoryFee amount to be paid
Other categories600

KLEE Examination Pattern

The following are the examination pattern for the KLEE entrance examination-

For LLB (3 years) and LLB (Integrated)

SubjectTotal No. of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
General English  200  600  2 Hours 30 Minutes
General Knowledge
Aptitude for Legal Studies

For LLM course

PartsSubjectNo. of questionsMaximum marks
Part AJurisprudence2575
Constitutional Law2575
Law of Crimes2575
Law of Contracts2575
Part BPublic International Law2060
Administrative Law2060
Law of Property2060
Company Law2060
Interpretation of statutes1030
Law of Torts1030

Syllabus for KLEE

The following are the syllabus of the KLEE LLB entrance examination-

General English

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Word Usage
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Inference-based questions
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Foreign Words/Phrase
  • Para Jumbles

General Knowledge

  • International events
  • UN bodies
  • Major developments in the areas of sports, geopolitics, and important environmental agreements
  • Current affairs
  • Eminent personalities
  • Sports
  • Awards and honors

Aptitude for Legal Studies

  • Law of Torts
  • Vicarious Liability
  • Strict Liability
  • Law of Crimes
  • Contracts and Constitutional Law
  • International Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Legal Awareness covering Constitutional Law and Polity


  • Law – Meaning, Nature & Functions
  • Evolution of law
  • Definition of Law
  • Functions & Classification of Law
  • Law, Justice & Morality
  • Classification of Law
  • Public & Private Law
  • Substantive & Procedural Law
  • Municipal & International Law
  • Civil & Criminal Law
  • Sociological
  • Natural Law
  • Custom, Legislation, Judicial Precedent,
  • Religion, Culture
  • Method of Dispute Resolution- Adversarial, Inquisitional, Alternate Dispute Resolution Mechanism
  • Structure of Indian Legal System:
  • Rule of Law, Institutions of Law, Legislature, Executive, Judiciary
  • Hierarchy of Indian Courts
  • Legal Remedies
  • Punishment, compensation, Specific Relief, Injunction, Writ
  • Challenges facing the Indian Legal System
  • Legal Material & Legal Research

Constitutional Law

  • Indian constitution
  • Nature of Indian Constitution- Unitary or Federal
  • Preamble of Constitution
  • Citizenship
  • Right to Equality (Article 14-18)
  • Freedom of Speech &Expression (Art. 19)
  • Fundamental Right
  • Directive Principles & Fundamental Duties

Law of Crimes

  • Indian Penal Code
  • Criminal Justice System
  • Criminal Justice Research And Advocacy
  • Challenges to Criminal Justice System
  • Criminal Justice Administration
  • Criminal Justice Processes

Law of Contracts

  • General Principles of Law of Contracts (Section 1 to Section 75) and Specific Relief
  • Viod Agreement
  • Remedies available under the Indian Contract Act, 1972
  • Meaning and Nature of Contract
  • Agreement and Contract

Public International Law

  • Definition & Scope of International Law
  • Definition & Scope of International Law
  • Nature of International Law
  • International Law is a Weak Law
  • Differences between Public & Private International Law
  • Subjects of International Law
  • Status of International Organizations
  • Place of Individuals in International Law
  • Relationship between International Law & Municipal Law
  • Sources of International Law
  • International Customs
  • International Treaties
  • General Principles of Law
  • Judicial Decisions & Juristic Works
  • Resolutions of General Assembly
  • Recognition, Law of the Sea
  • De Facto & De Jure Recognition
  • Express, Implied & Conditional Recognition
  • Withdrawal & Retroactivity of Recognition
  • Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, Continental Shelf& Exclusive  Economic Zone, High Seas
  • Extradition, Asylum
  • The United Nations & its Organs
  • The International Court of Justice
  • International Criminal Court

Administrative Law

  • Nature & Definition of Administrative Law
  • Rule of Law & Administrative Law
  • Separation of Powers & its relevance
  • Relationship between Constitutional Law & Administrative Law
  • Delegated Legislation
  • Meaning & Need of Delegated Legislation
  • Types of Delegated Legislation
  • Constitutionality of Delegated Legislation
  • Delegatus Non Potest Delegare
  • Sub-Delegation &Conditional Legislation
  • Control of Delegated Legislation
  • Parliamentary Control
  • Procedural Control
  • Judicial Control
  • Administrative Discretion
  • Judicial control at the stage of Delegation of Administrative Discretion
  • Judicial control at the stage of Exercise of Administrative Discretion
  • Abuse of Discretion
  • Non Application of Mind
  • General Limitations
  • Locus Standi
  • Ex Turpi Causa Non Oritur Actio
  • Alternate Adequate Remedy
  • Laches
  • Res Judicata
  • Ombudsmen
  • Lokpal & Lokayukta
  • Principles of Natural Justice

Law of Property

  • Transfer and Descent of Land
  • Common Parties Contracts and Conveyances
  • Partition and Sale
  • Application of the Matrimonial Property Act and
  • Family Law Act
  • Attornment Clauses
  • Enforcement of Mortgages and Agreements for Sale of Land
  • “Court” means the Court of Queen’s Bench;
  • “Registrar” means the Registrar of Titles.

Company Law

  • Company and its Nature and Scope
  • Procedure for Incorporation of companies
  • Prospectus, Shares, and Debentures
  • Members and Membership Rights
  • Management and Administration of Company
  • Oppression and Mismanagement
  • Amalgamation and winding up
  • Corporate Governance

Law of Torts

  • Tort distinguish from crime and breach of concept
  • Act of God
  • Consumer Protection Act 1986
  • Motor Vehicle Act

Colleges Accepting KLEE Scores

The following are the list of government, private and self-financing law colleges in Kerala accepting KLEE scores-

  • Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram
  • KMCT Law College
  • Government Law College, Ernakulam     
  • Sree Narayana Law College
  • Government Law College, Thrissur          
  • Markaz Law College
  • Government Law College, Kozhikode     
  • V R Krishnan Ezhuthachan Law College
  • Al-Ameen Law College  
  • NSS Law College
  • Al-Azhar Law College     
  • AIM College of Law
  • CSI Institute of Legal Studies      
  • Kerala Law Academy Law College

KLEE Admit Card

Admit card is the most important document that every individual has to show to confirm their enrollment into the entrance test. Any candidate who does not possess admit card will not be allowed to appear in the examination. The admit card for KLEE is not yet released, we will update it soon once the admit card is released.

KLEE Result

The result for KLEE is not yet released, we will update the result for KLEE once it is released.

Kerala Counselling

Counseling is an event organized by the university and colleges of Kerala state to provide candidate admission based on the marks obtained in the KLEE Entrance examination. This event is conducted in different phases based on first come first serve bases.

Documents Required for Counselling

The following are the document required for the counseling session-

  • A copy of the KLEE 2023 application form
  • Aadhaar, PAN, or utility bill as proof of address
  • Any relevant school record/birth certificate/passport/ valid document as proof of date of birth in the original
  • Original Mark list and Pass Certificate of Class X and XII
  • Transfer Certificate and Conduct Certificate from the last institution
  • Two copies of the latest passport size photograph

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