KEAM 2014 Rank List

KEAM 2014 Rank List

KEAM 2014 result has been published. Candidates can now know their results.

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Preparation of KEAM 2014 Rank Lists :

There will be separate rank lists for

  1. Engineering Courses
  2. Architecture Course
  3. Medical & Allied Courses
  4. BAMS Course

The Rank List(s) published by the CEE shall not be utilized by any person/institution/authority other than CEE for the purpose of admission to any Professional Course(s), without prior written permission of the Government of Kerala.

The KEAM 2014 rank list for Engineering courses

(i) Equal weightage of 50:50 shall be given to the score obtained in the Entrance Examination for Engineering (Paper I & Paper II put together), and the grade/marks obtained in the final year of the qualifying examination for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology put together, after effecting the standardization procedure as described in Clause 9.7.4 (b)(iii).

(ii) The final year marks of the qualifying examination of each subject Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology of the students who have passed the subject, received from the respective Boards, shall be transformed out of 100 by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations. The marks of the 3 subjects shall be computed out of 300 after effecting standardization in each subject.

(iii) The formula for standardization as has been approved by the Expert Committee constituted vide G.O (Rt)No.1758/2011/H.Edn. dated 03.11.2011 : The marks secured by a student in the qualifying examination from any Board will be standardized with respect to the statistical parameters such as global mean and global standard deviation. The standardized mark YBG of a candidate of the stream (B) standardized with respect to the global reference stream (G) for the subject is

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Where MBj and SBj denote respectively the Mean and Standard Deviation of the marks out of 100 of all students who have passed in a subject of the final year of qualifying examination of any stream (B) of the year j and XBj is the mark of a candidate out of 100 for the subject in the stream (B) of the year j.

The Global Mean (MG) of a subject is the combined average of the marks of that subject out of hundred of all students who have passed in that subject (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology as the case may be), of the final year of the Qualifying Examination of Kerala HSE, Kerala VHSE, CBSE and CISCE Boards taken together for the period from 2011 to 2014. The Global Standard Deviation (SG) of the subject is the combined standard deviation of marks of that subject out of hundred of all students who have passed in that subject (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology as the case may be), of the final year of the Qualifying Examination of Kerala HSE, Kerala VHSE, CBSE and CISCE Boards taken together for the period from 2011 to 2014.

(iv) The subjects of the qualifying examination considered for the computation of marks for the purpose of ranking shall be Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. The marks of the concerned subject out of hundred or an equivalent mark out of hundred, as given in the final year mark list of the Qualifying Examination of any plus two stream shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, the marks obtained in Computer Science shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry and Computer Science, the marks obtained in Biotechnology shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, Computer Science and Biotechnology, the marks obtained in Biology shall be considered.

(v) Standardization of the marks of the subjects as per the clauses 9.7.4(b)(iii) & (iv) will be effected under the supervision of the Authority concerned. The standardized mark YBG shall be taken as it is obtained from the formula given in clause 9.7.4 (b) (iii) .The sum of the standardized marks of three subjects Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/ Biology as the case may be, shall be limited to three hundred.

(vi) The score obtained by the candidate in the Engineering Entrance Examination (Paper I & Paper II put together) shall be computed out of 300, and added to the total standardized marks of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology as the case may be, of the final year of the Qualifying Examination, computed out of 300, both corrected to four places of decimals. The rank list for Engineering Courses shall be prepared based on the total marks obtained out of an Index mark of 600, computed as above.

(vii) If any Board/Authority provides results by letter grades/CGPA/OGPA etc., the candidate concerned shall have to submit the marks equivalent as required, from the Board/Authority concerned, failing which the decision on standardization of marks shall be taken based on the available information by the Committee of Statisticians constituted vide G.O.(Rt) No.1907/11/H.Edn. dated 25.11.2011, which shall be final and binding on the applicant.

(viii) If any Board/Authority fails to provide data required for the process of standardization for any year, the mean and standard deviation available for the nearest year after the year of passing of the candidate for the concerned Board/Authority shall be considered for standardization of marks and such decision shall be final and binding on the applicant.

(ix) If any Board/Authority fails to provide data requested and required for the process of standardization and the data for the nearest years after the year of passing of the candidate are also not available, then the mean and standard deviation of CBSE for the respective years, or in the absence of such information from CBSE, the mean and standard deviation of CBSE available for the nearest year after the year of passing of the candidate shall be considered for standardization of marks and such decision shall be final and binding on the applicant.

(x) Rank list for Diploma holders in Engineering (DE category) shall be prepared separately based on the marks secured in the Engineering Entrance examination.

(c) The KEAM 2014 rank list for admission to B. Arch. Course will be prepared by giving equal weightage to the score obtained in the ‘National Aptitude Test in Architecture’ (NATA) and to the marks/grade obtained in the Qualifying Examination by the candidate (As per guidelines of the Council of Architecture, India).

Note:

  1. Marks obtained by the candidate in the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) out of 200 will be added to the total marks/*grades secured by the candidate in the Qualifying Examination computed out of 200. The Rank list will be prepared based on the total marks obtained out of 400, computed as above (If *grades are awarded to candidates in their Qualifying Examination, it will be converted to equivalent marks for this purpose).
  2. Candidates to be considered for inclusion in the rank list for allotment to B. Arch. course in all institutions including private Self-financing Colleges have to appear for ‘NATA’ and secure minimum score as prescribed by COA. [Refer Clause 6.2.3 (b)]

(d) The rank list of Medical & Allied Courses will be prepared on the basis of total marks obtained in Paper I (Chemistry & Physics) and Paper II (Biology) of the Medical Entrance Examination.

(e) Rank List for Ayurveda Course : A separate rank list for Ayurveda Course will be prepared based on the Medical Rank list. For candidates who have taken Sanskrit as their second language in Higher Secondary or equivalent examination, additional 10 marks will be added to the total marks secured by them in the Medical Entrance Examination (Paper I and Paper II together) for the preparation of Ayurveda rank list. For others, the total marks in the Medical Entrance Examination alone will be considered.

(f) Rank list for MBBS/BDS Courses : The candidates who satisfy the nativity conditions as specified in Clause 6.1 of the Prospectus for KEAM-2014. The category list of such candidates for mandatory as well as special reservations will be prepared by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations on the basis of Clauses 4 and 5 of the Prospectus for KEAM-2014.

(g) Resolution of tie while ranking :

(i) Engineering : In the case of a tie in the total marks computed for preparation of Engineering rank, candidates with higher marks in Mathematics in the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If the tie still exists, candidates with higher marks in Physics of the Physics & Chemistry Paper in the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, the age of the candidate will be taken into account and the older will be placed higher in the ranking than the younger.

(ii) Architecture : In the case of a tie in the total marks computed out of 400 as described in Clause 9.7.4 (c), candidates getting higher score in ‘NATA’ will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, candidates with higher marks in Mathematics in the Qualifying examination, will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie the age of the candidate will be taken into account and the older will be placed higher in the ranking than the younger.

(iii) Medical & Allied/Ayurveda : In the case of a tie in the total marks in the Medical Entrance Examination, candidates with higher marks in Biology in the Medical Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, candidates with higher marks in Chemistry of the Chemistry & Physics Paper will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, the age of the candidate will be taken into account and the older will be placed higher in the ranking than the younger.

Ranks List Publishing:

(i) Engineering : In the case of a tie in the total marks computed for preparation of Engineering rank, candidate with higher marks in Mathematics in the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If the tie still exists, candidate with higher marks in Physics of the Physics & Chemistry Paper in the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, candidate with higher standardized marks in Mathematics of the final year of the qualifying examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If the tie still persists, candidate with higher standardized marks in Physics of the final year of the qualifying examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, the age of the candidate will be taken into account and the older will be placed higher in the ranking.

(ii) Architecture : In the case of a tie in the total marks computed out of 400 as described in Clause 9.7.4 (c), candidates getting higher score in ‘NATA’ will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, candidates with higher marks in Mathematics in the Qualifying examination, will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, the age of the candidate will be taken into account and the older will be placed higher in the ranking.

(iii) Medical & Allied/Ayurveda : In the case of a tie in the total marks in the Medical Entrance Examination, candidates with higher marks in Biology in the Medical Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, candidates with higher marks in Chemistry of the Chemistry & Physics Paper in the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the ranking. If there is still a tie, the age of the candidate will be taken into account and the older will be placed higher in the ranking. The same principle will be adopted to resolve the tie in Ayurveda rank list prepared as per Clause 9.7.4 (e).

Note :- The candidates should send the attested copies of mark lists of Higher Secondary course or its equivalent course and/or NATA Score Card or any other document required to prepare the rank lists of KEAM-2014 within the date specified in the Notifications issued for the purpose by the CEE. The copy of the mark list and NATA Score Card submitted along with the printout of the applications or for other purposes will not be considered for preparation of the rank list.

  • The rank list of the Medical Entrance Examination will be published on or before 20th May 2014.
  • The rank list of the Engineering Entrance Examination will be published on or before 25th June 2014.

Candidates seeking admission to Architecture course have to appear for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture as mentioned under Clauses 1.4, 6.2.3, 9.2.7 & 9.7.5. Such candidates should submit :

Photocopy of the mark list of their qualifying examination attested by a Government Gazetted Officer, (ii) An attested copy of the original ‘NATA’ score sheet and (iii) A filled-in Proforma to be downloaded from the website of the CEE (www.cee.kerala.gov.in), to the CEE so as to reach him on or before 31.05.2014. Detailed notification in this regard will be issued by the CEE, in due course.

The rank list for Architecture will be published after this date. The marks of the qualifying examination and NATA score received on or before 31.05.2014 alone will be considered for preparing the Architecture Rank list. The rank list so published will be final and the marks received subsequently will not be considered under any circumstances. The CEE will not be responsible for any delay in the publication of the result of the qualifying examination or NATA.

Validity of the rank lists published by the CEE:

  1. Engineering Rank list will be valid till 15.08.2014 as per the orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India dated 13.12.2012 in CA No.9047 & 9048 of 2012.
  2. Medical Rank list will be valid till 31.10.2014
  3. Architecture Rank list will be valid till 30.09.2014
  4. Ayurveda Rank list will be valid till 30.10.2014

Weeding out Rule: The records of the KEAM Entrance Examination will be preserved only till the 31st October of the year of conduct of examination.

Publication of Provisional Category Lists :

Separate provisional category lists will be published for Community reservation, Special reservation, Persons with Disabilities, etc.

There will be separate category lists based on Engineering, Architecture, Medical and Ayurveda rank lists. For MBBS and BDS Courses, a separate Category-wise list will be published based on the guidelines of the MCI.

Candidates are advised to verify the various merit/category lists published by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, and satisfy themselves regarding their position in the list, such as, inclusion under different categories, eligibility for communal/special reservation, etc. Complaints, if any, in this regard may be sent to the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, within the period specified in the publication of the lists concerned, for necessary action. Revised Category list will be published after considering the objections/complaints, filed by the candidates. Complaints received thereafter will not be entertained under any circumstances.

Complaints against category list are to be filed within the period specified in the publication of the category list.

Admission to the Entrance Examinations, and the rank obtained in the Entrance Examinations or inclusion in the merit lists or allotment, will not entitle the applicant for admission to the course, unless the applicant satisfies the rules regarding the eligibility for admission as laid down in the Prospectus. Furnishing of false particulars would result in the forfeiture of the candidature, as well as cancellation of admission to the course, and in addition, will attract the relevant provisions of the Criminal Laws of the Land. If any information or documents furnished along with the printout of the application by a candidate are found false or ineligibility for admission is detected before or after admissions, candidature of the applicant will be withdrawn and admission, if any, given will be cancelled.

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