KEAM 2019 Eligibility Criteria, Qualification, Domicile & Age Criteria

KEAM 2019 Eligibility CriteriaKEAM 2019 Eligibility Criteria is comprised of qualification, age & other criteria for appearing in the examination. KEAM is the Kerala Engineering entrance examination for those candidates who wish to pursue UG engineering courses from the prestigious private and government colleges of Kerala. Admission into MBBS/BDS and other medical allied subjects is done through NEET 2019. Admission into B.Arch courses is done on the basis of NATA score. The KEAM is also known as Kerala CEE and it is organized by the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE) Kerala. Check KEAM Eligibility from this article.

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KEAM 2019 Eligibility Criteria

Before filling the KEAM 2019 Application Form, candidates must check the complete eligibility criteria. The eligibility details are given below:

Nationality:

  • The appearing candidates should be an Indian citizen.
  • Person of Indian Origin (PIO) and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) are also eligible to apply but they are not entitled to claim any reservation.

Category wise Eligibility:

The candidates seeking for the KEAM 2019 are categorized as follows:

Keralite:

The candidates who hold the domicile certificate of Kerala will come in this category. If the parents are the employee of All India Services of Kerala then the children will be considered as ‘Keralite’ and eligible to apply without claiming any reservation.

Non-Keralite-1:

The candidates who are not Kerala origin and even their parents also don’t have any residence proof of Kerala, but satisfying the following candidates:

  • Passed their qualifying examination from Kerala and Parents are posted in Kerala and employee of defense or central government.
  • The candidates whose parents are serving/served Kerala Government for a period of 2 years and appearing/appeared qualifying examination from Kerala will come in this category and eligible for applying.
  • In case, if the candidate is not the permanent resident of Kerala but spent 5 years of his/her study in Kerala then he/she is also eligible.
  • Those who do not have domicile certificate of Kerala but completed/pursuing their 8th to 12th studies from Kerala are also eligible for KEAM 2019.

Note: The candidates of Non-Keralite-1 will be considered for ‘State Merit’ seats of Engineering/B.Pharm/Architecture/Medical & Allied courses. These candidates are not eligible to claim any reservation.

Non-Keralite Category II:

Those who do not fall under Keralite or Non-Keralite-1 will come under Non-Keralite Category II. This category candidate are eligible for admission to Government seats and Management quota seats in Engineering courses in Government Controlled Self financing Colleges.

Besides this, Non-Keralite Category II candidates are eligible for applying to Government Seats in Government Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges only when the Keralite and Non-Keralite I (NK I) candidates are not available for admission.

These candidates are also eligible for admission to Government Seats and Management Quota seats in Private Self Financing Engineering/Architecture Colleges.

NK II candidates are also eligible for admission to a maximum of 10% seats under Management Quota in Private Self Financing Pharmacy colleges.

‘Non-Keralite Category II’ (NK II) candidates are not eligible for admission to Medical and Allied Courses including MBBS/BDS and for admission to Government Engineering Colleges.

Age Criteria:

  • Lower Age Limit: The minimum age required for KEAM 2019 is 17 years. The candidates who have completed 17 years of age as on the 31st December 2019 are eligible for applying.
  • Upper Age Limit: There is no upper age limit for KEAM 2019 examination.

Qualification Criteria:

  • Appearing Candidates are also eligible.

For Engineering Courses:

For B.Tech Courses (including Agriculture Engineering/Food Engineering & Technology/Dairy Technology/Food Technology):

  • Qualifying Examination: Candidates must qualify the Higher Secondary Examination or its equivalent thereto from a recognized board.
  • Minimum Marks: It is required for the aspirants to pass qualifying examination with 50% marks in Mathematics separately and an aggregate of 50% marks in PCM subjects when put together.
  • If the candidates have passed the above examination with 45% marks in PCM put together, then he/she is eligible for admission under Management Quota in Private Self Financing Engineering Colleges/Government Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges.
  • In case, candidates not study chemistry subject, then marks secured in computer science subject will be considered.
  • If candidates have not studied computer science & chemistry subjects, then the marks scored in Biotechnology will be considered.
  • In case, candidates not study Chemistry, Biotechnology and Computer Science, the marks secured in Biology will be considered.

Note:

  • In two year Kerala Higher Secondary courses or examinations recognized equivalent thereto with the two-year course where the Board Examinations are conducted in both years, the total marks of two years in the respective subjects as shown in the mark lists of the respective Higher Secondary Boards will be considered for academic eligibility.
  • In Higher Secondary courses or examinations recognized equivalent thereto where Board Examinations are conducted only at the end of 12th class (final year), the marks in the respective subjects as shown in the mark lists of the respective Higher Secondary Boards will be considered for academic eligibility.
  • For all other types of Higher Secondary courses or examinations recognized equivalent thereto, the marks of the respective subjects as shown in the mark list of the respective Board of Examinations will be considered for academic eligibility.

For B.Tech (Dairy Technology):

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates must pass the 10+2 or its equivalent examination from a recognized board.
  • Minimum Marks: Qualify the above examination with 50% marks in Mathematics/Biology separably & 50% marks in PCM/B put together.

Note: The Vocational Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala, has been recognized as equivalent to the Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala. 

For Agriculture Course (B.Arch):

  • Qualifying Exam: The aspirants must have completed 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized board.
  • 10+3 Diploma (any stream) candidates can also apply for this exam with 50% aggregate marks with Mathematics as one of the subject of the examination.
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma (after 10 years of schooling) candidates with not less than 50% marks in aggregate & with Mathematics as compulsory subject of examination can also apply.
  • Subjects: Pass the qualifying examination with Mathematics as a subject of study.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the above exam with 50% aggregate marks.
  • NATA Score: The admission will be done on the basis of NATA. Candidates will have to qualify in NATA on or before 10 June 2019.
  • There is no relaxation in the minimum passing score of NATA to any category candidate.

For Pharmacy Courses:

For B.Pharm Course:

  • Qualifying Exam: Pass Higher Secondary Examination or its equivalent examination.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the qualifying examination with 50% marks in Biology/Mathematics separately and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Mathematics put together are eligible.

For Medical & Allied Courses:

For MBBS, BDS, BSMS Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates should pass higher secondary examination or its equivalent examination from recognized board.
  • Subjects: Pass the above examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology subjects.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the above examination with 50% marks in Biology/Biotechnology separately & 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology put together.
  • NEET Score: Only NEET 2019 appearing candidates can apply for this exam.

For BAMS/BHMS Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates must pass 12th or its equivalent examination from recognized board.
  • Subjects: Pass the above examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology subjects.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the above examination with 50% marks in Biology separately & 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology put together.
  • NEET Score: Only NEET 2019 appearing candidates can apply for this exam.

For BUMS Course:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates must pass 10+2 or its equivalent examination from recognized board.
  • Subjects: Pass the above examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology subjects.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the above examination with 50% marks in PCB subjects & 50% marks separately in Biology.
  • Candidates should pass 10th class with Urdu or Arabic or Persian language as a subject or clear the test of Urdu in the Entrance Examination conducted by the University or Board or Registered Society authorized by the Government to conduct such examination or pre-Tib examination of one-year duration.
  • NEET Score: Only NEET 2019 appearing candidates can apply for this exam.

For B.Sc(Hons.)Agriculture/Forestry, BFSc Courses:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates must pass 10+2 or its equivalent examination from recognized board.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the above examination with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology put together & 50% marks separately in Biology.
  • NEET Score: Only NEET 2019 appearing candidates can apply for this exam.

For BVSc. & AH Course:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates must pass 12th or its equivalent examination from recognized board.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the above examination not less than 50% marks in English, PCB subjects.
  • NEET Score: Only NEET 2019 appearing candidates can apply for this exam.

For B.Sc Degree Holders:

  • Qualifying Exam: Candidates, those pass B.Sc degree with Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany or Biotechnology as Main subjects, and any one or two of the above subjects as Subsidiaries are eligible for admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS and BSMS courses.
  • Minimum Marks: Pass the above examination with 50% marks for Main & Subsidiaries taken together.

Relaxation:

  • For all the courses, candidates belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward Classes will have a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying examination.
  • The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates need only a pass in the qualifying examination.
  • However, for admission to MBBS/BDS courses, candidates belonging to SC/ST categories need 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology put together in the qualifying examination.
  • Candidates with Locomotory disability of lower limbs between 40% to 70% need only 45% marks in case of Biology/ Biotechnology and 45% marks in case of optional subjects put together for admission to MBBS/BDS courses (as per the Guidelines of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India).
  • The candidates belonging to PD category will have a relaxation of 5 % marks in the qualifying examination for Engineering and Medical Allied Courses.
  • Provided that in cases where only grades are given for qualifying examination and marks are not mentioned, the grade covering 45% marks will be considered as the criterion for eligibility.

In case of any query regarding KEAM 2019 Eligibility Criteria, you may ask us by commenting below.

Displaying 219 Comments
  1. Highlan says:

    My mom and dad are keralite but I was born in Karnataka and brought up in Karnataka and Maharashtra. Am I eligible? If yes then under which criteria will I belong?

    • rasheed says:

      my parents are born and brought up in kerala and completed their studies in kerala, but my dad is working dubai. I am born and brought up abu dhabi , studying in abu dhabi and aslo appearing for grade 12 exam in march in abu dhabi only .
      so in which category will i fall?

  2. nn says:

    I have a friend who was born in karnataka . but she completed her 10th from kerala in cbse board. which category she belongs to???

  3. Will birth certificate do for nativity certificate says:

    Will birthcertificate do for nativity certificate

  4. Vidya Ignatius says:

    My parents are Keralites but NRIs and i completed till grade 10 abroad. I studied only grade 11 and 12 in Kerala.
    a)Am i eligible for Non- creamy Layer Certificate?
    b)What are my options for studying MBBS?

  5. Joshwa siju thomas says:

    Sir. I was born in Saudi Arabia and I am an Indian and keralite .how can I send my nativity proof for keam exam.I have birth certificate registered in Kerala and I completed my sslc here in Kerala.will that be enough.

  6. Krishnendhu says:

    My niece has completed her schooling from Chennai whereas her parents are from Kerala. Is she eligible for KEAM?

  7. Jissy says:

    Dear Sir,

    My daughter was born in Maharashtra, but did her 11th / 12th (appearing) in Kerala .We are basically Keralite and at present residing in Kerala. Her father born and completed his studies in Kerala, working abroad.

    Kindly let us know under which category should she apply under. Many thanks.

  8. laykkas says:

    Sir I have been studying in Kerala from 8th std & my parent has been sent here on account of govt job . I was born in Mumbai same goes to my parent.I’m I eligible for keam MBBS

  9. Shahnaz . says:

    I was born in kerala…and both my parents are keralites. We are currently in bahrain and i did my schooling and higher studies from here . Which category do i belong to?!

  10. shahnazmoony says:

    I was born in kerala…and both my parents are keralites. We are currently in bahrain and i did my schooling and higher studies from here . Which category do i belong to?!

  11. Antony francis says:

    Sir,
    I studied in Kerala from lkg to 3rd and studied till 6th in uae.after that from 7th to 12th I studied in Kerala.Now I am going for a visit to uae under visit visa . Can I write the test in Dubai.I mean can we write exam in uae under visit visa.

  12. Junaid M Faisal says:

    I studied til 10th in kerala. And now i studying 12th in kingdom of saudi arabia . so how can i submit the course certificate and printed application to the commisioner office

  13. Ann says:

    Sir we are originally keralites.but I born & my studies up to 12th std in Mumbai. But My parents born and brought up kerals and their education are also from kerals and My father has property as well as own house in kerala. . In which category shall I apply for keam.can I appear for keam
    Reply

    • Sarvgyan says:

      You can apply for KEAM as non-keralite-1 candidate.

    • JOE M MATHEW says:

      Dear Sir,
      My daughter studied at Bangalore from 1st standard to 10 th standard.She is doing her 11th and 12 th at Kerala.Qualifying Exam of CBSE 12th Std is from Kerala.Myself and my wife are born and brought up in Kerala.Our studies( School/College) are also from Kerala.
      Can my daughter apply for KEAM 2018 as Keralite.
      If she has to produce a domiciliary certificate,can she submit my SSLC Certificate as a documentary evidence for this purpose.

      Please give a reply soon.

      Best Rgds
      Joe M Mathew

  14. Rohini says:

    Sir..
    I am from Maharashtra but i studied in kerala from lkg to 12th and my parents are non keralite so am i eligible to write keam

  15. Sandeep lingam says:

    I did a 10 + 2 in Telangana stae and am I eligible for KEAM-2017 for agriculture engineering

  16. Pooja says:

    Sir,
    I belong to odisha can I apply online for keams through neet (ug)????

  17. Shehzaad says:

    sir, my brother was born in kerala. bt he is now studying in UAE
    would he be able to take admission under keralite?
    and is adhar card necessary for the admission procedure?

  18. Your Name... says:

    My father belongs to Kerala. Iam studying in Gulf in 12th STD. My Mother from Karnataka. I was born in Karnataka. Am I eligible for KEAM

  19. Chetan says:

    Sir i have given aipmt thrice before. And I am 26 years old. But according to the new rules of neet student can’t give neet more than 3 times and should be below 25.. But there is no age limit to give keam. So am I eligible for medical seats of kerala??

  20. Ajay says:

    Sir,
    My brother, he was born in kerala but did his studies in UAE. Will he be able to appear in Keam and if so which category he would be in. Also kindly inform the required documents for applying.

  21. Maya says:

    Respeted sir,
    I am an eng student. I want to know weathr i can write medical entrance next year. Bcz actually i am intrested in medicine.pls reply. Am from kerala.

  22. Humayun Kabir says:

    Sir,
    My son is doing his +2 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Can he opt for Dubai as Exam center?

  23. reshma says:

    sir! i was born on mysore.but i am studying in tamil nadu.but my mother language is malayalam..my father is a malayali and mother is from mysore,karanataka..can i apply for this exam? if possible which category i belong to??

  24. Sheena Abraham says:

    I am a Keralite and have done my entire schooling & BTech in Kerala. My son was born in Chennai and will appear for CBSE Board Exams in March 2017. Is my son eligible to appear for KEAM 2017 and if so, which category can he apply under. Please give a reply.

  25. Remya V says:

    I would like to get admission for MBBS only. l belongs to OBC category. Do l have to apply for KEAM or only NEET, because after NEET the list of selected candidates from Kerala goes to Kerala only. So for me to get the benefits of OBC do l have to apply for KEAM 2017. pls reply.

    Thanks

  26. SIJI MANOJ says:

    My sisters daughter was born in UAE and she is studying in Dubai. Her father completed his studies in Kerala. Her mother studied in Chennai. Can my sister’s daughter appear in KEAM 2017 and she comes in which category. Please give a reply

  27. Rasmiya says:

    i am born and brought up in dubai and i’ve completed my higher secondary education in dubai.I am basically a keralite, my parents are born and completed their education in kerala.So to which category do I belong to?

  28. tarun says:

    I am from up….am i eligible for keam..

  29. Eldo Skaria says:

    Sir,
    We parents, are born and completed our graduate education in Kerala. Our daughter is born in Kerala, but studied outside Kerala and currently studying in GCC. She would be completing her 12th grade as an NRI in GCC. In which category does she belong to?
    Eldo.

    • Mohit Negi says:

      your daughter can apply in Non-Keralite-1 category. but in case if you or your daughter possess domicile of Kerala and you can show the proof of residency in kerala then your daughter can apply in Keralite category.

  30. Rahul says:

    Sir I am born in Kerala but brought up in haryana…my parents are having their school certificate of Kerala …
    Am I eligible for keam and also if eligible then in which category
    Any one please..

  31. vishak vs says:

    i am born in tamilnadu….i studied tamilnadu state syllabus in tamilnadu……am i eligible for keam emgineering

    • smita nazier says:

      Iam a keralite. However, I completed my 12th grade in saudi arabia. Iam a muslim. Am I eligible for reservation under obc category?

      While applying for keam 2016 I had applied under general category. What should I do now so that I can avail the benefits of reservation

  32. Vinayakumar says:

    As per eligibility criteria minimum marks required is 45%.Self financing colleges are admitting students with less than 45% marks. Please comment

  33. sooraj j menon says:

    sir Iam forgot thumb impression in application form.is this application will be rejected?

  34. vineeth says:

    i have passed higher secondary examination with 53% in pcm iam eligible or not

  35. smruti says:

    Sir,
    I come under non keralite II bt ihv filled d form writng that I am a non keralite I……sir ,will my registration be rejected and as transaction is also over sir will my money be refunded?

  36. smruti says:

    Sir,
    I come under non keralite II ,sir am I eligible to apply for medical colleges keam

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      This category candidate can apply for admission to management quota seats in engineering course offered by the Government Controlled Self financing Colleges.

  37. .nikhil says:

    i have passed higher secondary examination with 42%
    iam eligible or n0t

  38. Haresh says:

    My daughter has passed out 12th from gujarat board and born in gujarat. Is she elegible for KEAM.

  39. Gemson says:

    Dear Sir,

    My Sister born in Kerala, but she has studied 1st to 12th Std in Bangalore.

    Please advice whether she is eligible for KEAM2016 and which category she belongs to.

  40. bibu thomas says:

    My son was born in uae and currently (AS LEVEL GRADE 12 and A LEVELGRADE 12 level) (edexel syllabus).I am born and brought up in kerala but his mother was born in uae but studied in kerala.Just want to know whether my son would be eligible to sit for KEAM 2017

  41. Vasudevan says:

    My son is born and brought up in Mumbai. I have a property in Kerala and my husband was born and has studied in Kerala all his education for 20 years. In which category my son can apply ?

  42. Sreedevi says:

    Dear Sir,
    My son passed out +2 CBSC last year. his marks in maths is 43, physics 55 and 50 in chemistry. we belong to hindu ezhava community. Is he eligible for KEAM 2016 Engineering?

  43. srikumar says:

    i am born and broughtup in tamilnadu. my daughter born and studying 12th std in ISC board in tamilnadu.which catagory she belongs to? if she appears for KEAM2016 is she eligible for BAMS or BHMS courses in govt qouta or management quota.please clarify. also clarify if income certificate is mandatory even if we are not claiming any concession.

  44. Moosa says:

    Sir..
    Pls send me the details of fee concession..nd howmuch income need for concession if selected in the Rank list..

  45. Jerusha T says:

    I am born in kerala but has studied grade 1 to 12 in UAE
    Which category do I belong to ?

  46. Abdul shukoor says:

    Sir
    My daughter born in dubai. Now she is stuying in kerlal (XI-XII). We born in kerala and residing in dubai. How can she apply for Nativity? Which catagory she belong?

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Nativity Certificate is a document issued by State Governments in India certifying the Indian origin of an applicant who is or whose relations such as parents/grandparents etc lived in that particular state.
      If she meet any other eligibility of Non-Keralite Category I (NK I) then she belong to this category if not then she belong to the Non-Keralite Category II (NK II)

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Nativity Certificate is a document issued by State Governments in India certifying the Indian origin of an applicant who is or whose relations such as parents/grandparents etc lived in that particular state.
      If she meet any other eligibility of Non-Keralite Category I (NK I) then she belong to this category if not then she belong to the Non-Keralite Category II (NK II).

  47. srikumar says:

    in response to my querry on 12jan 2016 you replied that my daughter is eligible for KEAM2016 medical entrance.can you please tell me which catagory she belongs

  48. srikumar says:

    i am malayalee born in tamilnadu. my daughter also born and studying 12th standard in ISC board in tamilnadu. is she eligible to appear for KEAM 2016 medical entrance

  49. Radhakrishnan says:

    For proving Nativity is photo copy of birth certificate enough?

  50. Ismail says:

    My son was born in Kerala and birth certificate from Kerala, and my wife is from Kerala, i am a resident of Tamil Nadu. My son has done his complete studies in UAE , is he eligible to write the KEE 2016,please advise.

  51. krishnapriya says:

    sir i am pass out my 12 at 2013 iam eligible for 2016 keam entrance exam?

  52. Nomy says:

    I’m born in Kerala and did my primary schooling there. But grades 1 – 12 in Sharjah, UAE.
    Is aadhar card a necessity to prove nativity in Kerala. Is birth certificate or passport copy enough?

  53. sreevidhya dinesh says:

    We are from kerala but my son was born in Chennai. both me and his father are born in kerala we are settled in kerala and he is studying in kerala since past 5 years.which category is he. His date of birth is 30.04.1999 presently doing plus two from a CBSE school in kerala is he eligible .please help it is not replied.

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      If he meet the eligibility criteria of Non-Keralite Category I (NK I) then he belong to this category. If not then he belongs to Non-Keralite Category II [NK II].

  54. sreevidhya dinesh says:

    We are from kerala but my son was born in Chennai. both me and his father are born in kerala we are settled in kerala and he is studying in kerala since past 5 years.which category is he. His date of birth is 30.04.1999 presently doing plus two from a CBSE school in kerala is he eligible

  55. SAKSHI says:

    I am from Delhi and studying also in Delhi. Am I eligible for KEAM Medical exam?

  56. subin says:

    Sir we are originally keralites.my father has property as well as own house in kerala. But parents as well as me all are studied in karnataka. In which category shall I apply for keam.can I appear for keam

  57. Mohammad Affan says:

    I was born in Kerala and completed all school and junior college life in Maharashtra my both parents are keralites so am i eligible for keam?

  58. Mohammad Affan says:

    I was born in Kerala and both of them are Keralites but I have completed all 1 to 12 standard studies in Maharashtra so am i eligible for keam.
    Please notify me.

  59. Karishma says:

    I am not a residential of kerala nor any of my parent is from kerala. Am i eligible to appear for this exam under category 2 for medical exam

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      If you meet the eligibility criteria of Non-Keralite Category I (NK I) then you are eligible to write this exam under this category.

  60. ANUSHKA ANIL KUMAR NAIR says:

    I am studying in 12th std in Pre University Karnataka board. My father has completed education in kerala. Can I apply for Medicine course in Kerala? In which category do I have to apply?

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      If you meet the eligibility criteria of Non-Keralites Category I[NK I] then you are eligible for the medical course.

  61. PRATIKSHA DUTTA says:

    Sir – I have studied in Mumbai only.Neither I am born in Kerala nor my Parents ever stayed there.
    Am I eligible to appear in KEAM Medical entrance ?
    Regards.

  62. Shawn says:

    Sir I am born in bahrain , both my parents are not born in kerala but I am doing 11th and 12th in kerala and my grandparents are born in kerala. Can I apply?

  63. AKANKSHA DESHMUKH says:

    iam student of cbse from chhattisgarh am i eligible to give KEAM exam (medical) by non keralite-II category

  64. sabu cherian says:

    my son was born in kerala having hospital birth certificate but completed his education in Udaipur,Rajasthan.His both parents are having SSLC certificates and done the degrees from Kerala.Which is his category?

  65. anu says:

    My son studying in gulf..which group he belong. …

  66. sunil mathew says:

    How NRI students will get nativity certificate ? Is it necessary to attach the nativity certificate along with online applications

  67. Roshini says:

    My Daughter is studying in Tamilnadu sylabbus secondary board but we are originally keralites but do not have any domicile address in our name in Kerala is she eligible under non Keralite

  68. Abhinand Nambiar says:

    Sir
    I am having hearing problem for my left ear.So am I able to write keam exam ( medical )

  69. Bindu says:

    Hi,
    I and my daughter are US citizens but PIO card holders.She has been studying in Kerala from Std I. I also own my own flat here in Kerala. Will we need to apply under Keralite or fall under non-Keralite I category.

    Thanks

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      She belong to the Non-Keralite Category I (NK I).
      If she doing her school studies in Kerala from standard VIII to XII

  70. vanitha says:

    Completed 12th science from maharashtra board can I eligible for keam medical entrance exam

  71. amulya says:

    sir i am born in kerala but i studied in Maharashtra from 6std upto 12std my parents are from kerala .so i am eligible for the exam?? ,in which category i will come and what are documents required ??????

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