Jayita Ekka Updated On: 16 Oct, 2018 11:29 IST
KEAM 2018 was conducted successfully on 23rd and 24th April, 2018 by the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Kerala. The examination was held in 352 centres including 14 districts in Kerala, Mumbai, New Delhi and Dubai. By qualifying the examination, candidates can become eligible for admission in engineering and pharmacy courses offered at various colleges in the state of Kerala.
KEAM was conducted on two days – Paper 1 for Physics and Chemistry was conducted on 23rd April while Paper 2 for Mathematics was conducted on 24th April, 2018.
Analysis of KEAM 2018 Paper I (Physics & Chemistry)
Most of the candidates who appeared for the exam found the paper to be moderate in terms of the difficulty level. Chemistry was easier in comparison with Physics, which had some tricky questions. The paper was more or less confined to the syllabus of KEAM.
Analysis of KEAM 2018 Paper II (Mathematics)
The second paper of KEAM was held successfully on 24th April, 2017. Students found the Mathematics paper easy in comparison with Physics and Chemistry, which were part of Paper I.