KL Deemed-to-be University will hold the KLEEE Engineering Entrance Examination on January 27, 28 and 29 in online remote observer mode. The admission ticket for the exam will be issued on January 25. Interested candidates can apply for the exam schedule officially at www.kluniversity.in
To encourage students from financially weaker backgrounds, KL Deemed-to-be University has also announced Rs 100 crore for merit scholarships 2021. The scholarship will be earmarked to cover tuition fees.
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The exam will be held in three phases. For Phase One exams, the application deadline is January 34 and the admission card will be issued on January 25, according to the official notice. The dates for the second and third phase exams have not yet been revealed.
KLEEE 2022: How to Apply?
Step 1. Visit the official KLEEE website – kluniversity.in
The second step. Click on “KLEEE admissions 2022 Apply now” from the homepage
The third step. Complete the registration process for KLEEE 2022
Step 4. Upload the relevant documents into the application form according to the specifications
Step 5. Pay the KLEEE Application Fee
Sixth step. Preview all the details and submit the KLEEE 2022 application form
After filling out the form, candidates will have the opportunity to amend their application forms. Students can make changes to many things except email id and cell phone numbers. They can also choose the program. “The final decision on your choice of program will be made at the time of counselling,” she said.
Those interested can apply for the examination by paying the KLEEE 2022 application fee of Rs 1,000 to all candidates. Candidates are required to fill in the online form and pay the applicants fees online only through credit/debit card or internet banking.
Those who pass the entrance examination will have to participate in the counseling process. Based on the counseling which includes merit and the selection of courses by the candidates will be the criteria for allocating seats to the students. Students need to check documents and pay fees to reserve their seats.
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