KEAM Medical 2016 Syllabus
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KEAM Medical 2016 Syllabus: The syllabus of KEAM Medical 2016 will be based on the Biology, Physics and Chemistry topics as released by the exam conducting authority, i.e. Commissioner of Entrance Examination, Government of Kerala. The syllabus of KEAM Medical 2016 will be as same as the topics subjects and topics candidate have studied in class +1 and +2.  Candidates appearing for KEAM Medical 2016 can check below for the official syllabus declared by the Commissioner of Entrance Examination, Government of Kerala. KEAM Medical 2016 will be a pen and paper based test. The entrance examination will be divided into two papers. Paper 1 will be for Physics and Chemistry whereas Paper 2 will be for Biology subject. Each paper will consist of 120 questions. Time duration for both the exams will be 150 minutes. KEAM Medical 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on two consecutive days, on April 27 and 28, 2016.

Official syllabus of KEAM Medical 2016 as declared by the exam conducting authority:


Introduction and measurement

Description of motion in one dimension

Description of motion in two and three dimensions

Laws of motion

Work, energy and power

Motion of system of particles and rigid body rotation


Mechanics of solids and fluids

Heat and thermodynamics




Current electricity

Magnetic effect of current and magnetism

Electromagnetic induction and alternating current

Electromagnetic waves


Dual nature of matter and radiations

Atomic nucleus

Solids and semiconductor devices

Principles of communications



Basic concepts and atomic structure

Bonding and molecular structure

States of matter

Periodic properties of elements and hydrogen

S-block elements and principles of metallurgy

P-block elements

D-block and f-block elements


Chemical equilibrium


Redox reactions and electrochemistry

Chemical kinetics

Surface chemistry

Coordination compounds and organometallics

Basic principles, purification and characterization of organic compounds


Organic reaction mechanism


Organic compounds with functional groups containing halogens

Organic compounds with functional groups containing oxygen

Organic compounds with functional groups containing nitrogen

Polymers and biomolecules

Environmental chemistry and chemistry in everyday life



Diversity in the living world

Plant kingdom

Cell and cell division

Physiology of plants

Reproduction, growth and development

Ecology and environment


Origin and evolution of life

Animal kingdom

Structural organisation of the body


Physiology of animals

Reproduction and development in animals

Biodiversity and conservation

Biology in human welfare


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KEAM Medical 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on April 27 and 28, 2016.  Through the entrance exam, admissions to 1,895 MBBS seats and 840 BDS seats in Government, Government Controlled Self Financing and Private self-financing medical and dental colleges of Kerala will be given.

KEAM Medical 2016 is considered as the one of the most competitive state level medical entrance exam which around 10 lakh students annually. Last year, a total of 10,6873 candidates appeared in KEAM Medical as said in official release.


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