Admission Requirements for B.Tech Degree Course
A pass in the 12th standard examination of the Kerala State or examinations considered equivalent thereto with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as optional subjects with a separate minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and overall 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.
Candidates who have passed Diploma in Engineering awarded by the State Board of Technical Education or Equivalent and must have a minimum of 60% marks. Relaxation of 5% marks will be allowed to SEBC candidates whose annual family income does not exceed 4.5Lakhs. For candidates belonging to SC/ST community, a pass in the qualifying examination will be sufficient.

  1. Candidates belonging to socially and educationally backward classes as per G.O (P) 20^B6/Edn.dt.2- 5-66 and amendments thereof with a total annual family income up to 4.5Lakhs will have a relaxation of 5% marks.
  2. Scheduled caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates need only a pass in the qualifying examination.
  3. In the case of candidates selected on the basis of the marks in the qualifying examinations 50% marks in Mathematics (University stipulation) and 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together (A.I.C.T.E stipulation) is required. For diploma holders 60% marks in final diploma examination is required. The relaxation given above for candidates belonging S.E.B.C and S.T are applicable here also. This is applicable only in the case of nominees of Govt, of India and nominees to reciprocal quota seats of other states.
  4. The candidates should have appeared for the qualifying examination before appearing for the Common Entrance Examination.
  5. No rounding off of percentage marks to the nearest whole number is permitted. E.g. 50% means 75/150 or 225/450 and 45% means 68/150 or 203/450. The absolute marks, obtained by the candidate alone will be taken into account for determining eligibility.

Applicants should have completed 17 years of age on 31st December of the year of admission. No relaxation of the minimum age limit shall be made on any account.
Mode of admission
Out of the total seats available, 50% seats are under the state quota, 25% are under the management quota filled by Govt., 10% are under the management quota KSRTC and remaining 15% are under the NRI quota. For all the categories of seats the various fees are fixed by the Govt, and for the state quota seats the fees fixed is same as that in Govt. Self financingEngineering Colleges/ comparable to that in Govt. Engineering Colleges. To the state quota and to the management quota the students are admitted by the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE) based on the rank obtained in the entrance test and observing all reservation norms as applicable to the Govt. Engineering Colleges. In the case of NRI  seats the students are admitted based on the marks obtained in the qualifying examination.


The above conditions are subject to change, as notified by the State Govt. /University.


Admission Requirements for M.Tech Degree Course
Selection of admission will be based on the candidate's percentile score in GATE. In the absence of candidates with GATE score, selection will be based on the aggregate marks of the qualifying examination. The selection of candidates will be done by a Selection Committee headed by the Principal, Head of the concerned Department and a senior faculty member of concerned Department of this Institution. The rank list approved by the Chairman will be published in the College notice board and College website

For more updated information refer Current KEAM Prospectus  

The Institution

The college is a realisation of a long felt need for an institution catering to a growing number of undergraduates opting for technical education. It seeks to promote education and research in the field of technology; to accumulate effective ideas and techniques likely to promote the socio-economic welfare of the people of Kerala