CEE Kerala releases KEAM Result 2022

Aastha Gupta | Last Updated | August 05, 2022, 10:58 IST

The Kerala Engineering, Agricultural and Medical Admission Exam results have been declared for Engineering courses.

KEAM Result 2022

KEAM Result 2022 has been declared by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, CEE, Kerala. Candidates can visit the official website of CEE Kerala, cee.kerala.gov.in, to check their results using their application number and password as login credentials.

As per the notification released, the Commissioner has also opened a “Keam Profile Verification” portal for all its courses. Candidates need to click on the “Memo details” option in order to edit their personal details. The window will be open until August 10, 2022.

Candidates must note that the result has been declared for those who have applied for engineering courses. The results for the Architecture, Medical, and Medical courses will be released soon. Therefore, candidates are advised to keep a check on the CEE Kerala website for more updates. Candidates can check their estimated scores with the help of the final answer key, which will be available on the official website. Outlined below are steps through which candidates can check their KEAM Result 2022.

How do I access my KEAM Result 2022?

  1. Visit the official website of CEE Kerala, cee.kerala.gov.in.
  2. Click on the Candidate’s login tab which will be available on the homepage.
  3. Key in the required login credentials in the redirect login page.
  4. Click on submit and check the results which will be displayed on the screen.
  5. Download the result and save it for further reference.

KEAM Result 2022: Profile Verification

As per the guidelines released, in order to edit the details like nativity, reservation, NRI status, etc., candidates need to have a profile verification window. Key in the login details and then click on the “Memo Details” option. Candidates have time until August 10 at 5 pm to do the same.

The data released after resolving all the objections raised on the provisional answer key states that 3 questions have been deleted from Engineering Paper 1 (Physics), whereas no questions have been deleted from Engineering Paper I (Chemistry) and Paper II (Mathematics).

To balance the marks, the marks secured in the rest of the 69 questions have been divided by 72, to take out the correct score in the Physics paper. The score has been corrected by 4 decimals. The result has been obtained on the basis of aggregate marks obtained in all three papers.