Kerala LLB 2020 Syllabus

Updated By Abhik Das on 23 Aug, 2019 14:38

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Kerala LL.B 2020 Entrance Exam Syllabus

The Kerala LL.B 2020 entrance exam syllabus for both Integrated Five-Year LL.B course and Three-Year LL.B course will be made available to the students on the official website of the Government of Kerala Commissioner of Entrance Exam (CEE). Candidates who dream of securing high scores in the Kerala LL.B 2020 entrance exam are advised to prepare according to the syllabus prescribed for the Kerala LL.B 2020 entrance examination. In short, the candidates must prepare from the Kerala LL.B 2020 entrance exam syllabus to score good marks that will get them one step closer of getting admitted in their desired college and course. 

The students will agree that the Kerala LL.B entrance exam syllabus for the year 2020 is the best source from they can find the most important topics and relevant topics which will attract the maximum number of questions that will be asked in the exam. For best preparation, the aspirants must turn towards the syllabus for the Kerala LL.B entrance exam 2020 which they can access from both official Kerala CEE website as well as from this page. 

The candidates are also requested to go through other important details related to the Kerala LL.B 2020 entrance exam such as the exam pattern and marking scheme to be and get down with their exam preparation with all their bases covered.

Detailed Syllabus for Kerala LL.B 2020 Entrance Exam

Check out the detailed syllabus for Kerala LL.B 2020 entrance exam given below. The candidates must be very careful while treading through the syllabus portion as the detailed Kerala LL.B 2020 entrance exam syllabus has been presented in a combined fashion but the difficulty level will differ. 

Kerala LL.B 2020 Entrance Exam Syllabus for Integrated Five-Year LL.B Course and Three-Year LL.B Course




  • Word Usage

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Grammar

  • Vocabulary

  • Synonyms

  • Inference-Based Questions

  • Antonyms

  • Para jumbles

  • Foreign Words/Phrases

General Knowledge

  • UN Bodies

  • International Events

  • Current Affairs

  • Major Developments (Areas related to geopolitics, sports, important environmental agreements)

  • Sports

  • Eminent Personalities

  • Awards & Honours

Aptitude for Legal Studies

  • Vicarious Liability

  • Law of Torts

  • Law of Crimes

  • Strict Liability

  • International Law

  • Contracts & Constitutional Law

  • Legal Awareness (covering polity and constitutional law)

  • Intellectual Property Rights

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In case the graduation result is not declared, which certificate can be shown in the KLEE verification process?

-Anjaly G KuttyUpdated on September 03, 2020 02:35 PM
  • 1 Answer
Samiksha Rautela, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

Since your graduation result has not been declared, you are required to carry a copy of the provisional graduation certificate for the KLEE verification process.

To know about all the documents that are required for verification, click on KLEE Counselling Process. Here is a list of Private Law Colleges in Kerala Accepting KLEE Scores.

To take admission in any law college, dial 1800-572-9877 (toll-free) or fill the Common Application Form. For more queries, write back in the QnA zone.

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What is the fee structure of LLB at private self financing colleges KLEE?

-arun salimkUpdated on July 24, 2020 09:52 PM
  • 1 Answer
Sukriti Vajpayee, CollegeDekho Expert

Dear student,

There are many self financing private colleges that conduct admissions on the basis of KLEE. On the basis of which college you select, the free structure will vary. It will also depend on whether you take admission in a 5 year integrated LLB course or a 3 year Bachelor of Law (LL.B) programme. The fee structure will range from Rs. 7,000 per year to Rs. 15,000 per year.

You can fill the Common Application Form (CAF) to get personalised counselling from admission experts. That will help in various ways and you will not have to ...


I have passed 10+2 with 49% and graduation with 42%. Am I eligible for admission to a 3 year or 5 year LLB through KLEE?

-VinayUpdated on July 17, 2020 11:56 PM
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Sukriti Vajpayee, CollegeDekho Expert

Dear student,

Since you have completed a graduation degree, you are eligible to apply for admission to the three year Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree. The integrated law course of BA LLB is for candidates who have not completed an undergraduate degree and have just passed class 12th.

The eligibility criteria to appear for KLEE (Kerala Law Entrance Exam) for LLB states that candidates should have a bachelor's degree in any stream with at least 45% marks in aggregate. If you belong to the general category, you are not eligible as your aggregate score is less than 45%. However ...


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