Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE), Kerala had conducted the KEAM 2014 from 21st to 23rd April 2014.
Kiran P H, a student from Government High School, Chottanikkara, who appeared for the examination at St Antony's Higher Secondary School, Kacherippady, was happy after the exam. He said that the exam was easy, considering that he studied for only 2-3 hours a day over a period of one month.
Afrin Subi A of Vidyadhiraja Vidya Bhavan, Angamaly, said, "I am confident that the results will be in my favour as I was able to attempt 80 per cent of the questions."
"I had prepared for this exam, but it was not as easy as I expected," said Mahesh G Nair of St Mary Higher Secondary School.
Athul Anish of Navy Children's School, Kochi, said that the time he had taken to prepare for the entrance examination was virtually nil. He gave more importance to his board exams.
"I have been attending coaching classes at an institute for a long time but I feel like it didn't help me much. I am not very sure of getting satisfactory results," said Rahul Ajay of Sacred Heart School, Thevara.
A total of 1,19,025 lakh candidates had appeared for Kerala Engineering Agriculture Medical (KEAM) entrance examination.
Kerala Engineering, Architecture, Medical (KEAM) entrance exam was conducted for admission to engineering, architecture and medical courses across the state.