Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical (KEAM)
The Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE) in Kerala, India, administers the highly respected KEAM entrance test, which stands for Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical. It acts as a point of entry for students looking to enroll in the state’s different undergraduate programs in fields including engineering, architecture, and medicine.
KEAM is regarded as one of Kerala’s most demanding admission tests and is noted for its stringent grading procedure. A yearly test is given to pupils to gauge their knowledge and ability in disciplines including mathematics, physics, and chemistry.
Students have the chance to gain admission through KEAM to famous colleges and universities in Kerala, both public and private. The test uses a consistent and open evaluation process to guarantee fair selection based on merit.
Numerous aspiring engineers, architects, and medical professionals in Kerala rely heavily on KEAM to help shape their academic and professional futures. It not only assesses their topic knowledge but also aids in the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential for a prosperous career in these domains.
Kerala High Court Extends Deadline for Submission of Plus Two Exam Results for KEAM-2023 by St. Paul’s Public-School Students
The deadline for submitting the Plus Two exam results of 33 students from St. Paul’s Public School in Thrissur for the KEAM-2023 (Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical) Entrance Exam has just been extended, according to a recent order from the Kerala High Court to the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations.
Justice P. V. Kunhikrishnan, a lone judge, gave the instruction after it was determined that there was a problem with the mathematics internal/practical grades given by the school. The students asked the court to step in and assist by supplying fresh mark sheets that appropriately represent their grades and extending the deadline for putting these mark sheets on the site for the KEAM-2023 admission test.
The Court warned the school that failing to address the students’ concerns might result in the termination of the institution’s recognition in an interim order issued on June 5.
Kerala High Court Directs 4th Respondent-School and CBSE to Resolve Grievance or Face Recognition Cancellation
The 4th respondent school should work with CBSE to resolve this issue, according to the Court’s interim decision. The Court will be forced to remove the school’s recognition if the complaint is not settled.
Additionally, the Court gave the students a three-day extension to upload their rectified mark sheets. This was mandated by the Court to the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations.
The fifth respondent will give an additional three days for uploading the qualifying examination results due to the special circumstances of this case.
Court Urges CBSE to Take Necessary Steps for Students’ Benefit; School Authorities’ Mistake Corrected
The spokesperson for CBSE then assured the Court that the necessary actions will be taken. The Court emphasized in its ruling of June 7 that children should not endure any hardship as a result of the school administrators’ mistake:
I believe that the CBSE should behave appropriately while keeping the pupils’ futures in mind. It is obvious that the school is to blame for the error. The School Authorities’ error shouldn’t have to be paid for by the kids.
As a consequence, the School Authorities asked CBSE to give the petitioner children twice as many points for their internal mathematics exams. Therefore, depending on their theoretical marks, the student’s grades were correspondingly altered.
Court Notes CBSE’s Decision on Internal Assessment Marks; Students Directed to Upload Revised Mark Sheets
“The knowledgeable Standing Counsel representing CBSE stated that the competent authority of the Board has reviewed the school’s request for revising the internal assessment marks in Mathematics and has decided to assign marks proportionate to the theory marks. It was also conveyed that the internal assessment marks of 25 students have been positively increased, while the internal assessment marks of 3 students have been decreased. However, these changes were not implemented in order to avoid any adverse impact on the students. Additionally, the submission states that the marks of 5 other students were not altered on a proportional basis,” the Court observed.
Consequently, the students were instructed to upload their revised mark sheets in the candidate portal.