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Degree Courses in Agriculture and Allied Subjects-AIEE 2017

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 / No Comments
Indian council of Agricultural Research(ICAR) invites Online application for All India Entrance Examination (AIEE UG 2017-18) for Admission to Degree Courses in Agriculture and Allied Subjects at Agricultural universities for 2017-18 academic year. The applications will be submitted through ONLINE mode only. Last date for filling of online application is 20th April 2017. AIEE UG 2017-18 Entrance examination  will be conducted on 10th JUne 2017.
Courses Offered
The courses offered for Bachelor degree programmes of four years duration and its eligibility are given in the following table. The candidates must have obtained not less than 50% marks in aggregate in 10+2 examination or equivalent in Physics, Chemistry, Maths OR Physics, Chemistry, Biology OR Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology OR Physics, Chemistry, Agriculture or Physics, Chemistry, Forestry subject combinations.
The choice of degree programmes for admission need not be given in the online application. Choice will be available at the time of online counseling based on availability of seats and rank of the candidate in AIEEA Entrance examination.
Scheme of Entrance Examination
There will be a single question paper booklet comprising of five subjects Physics, Chemistry, mathematics,Biology and Agriculture. Out of the five subjects in the booklet ,candidate has to attempt only three subjects depending on the choice and eligibility. Please refer the above table for details.
Syllabus for the Examination
Question paper have 60 multiple choice questions for each subject each with four options. Syllabus for the entrance examination is given below.
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Syllabus for AIEE UG 2017 Entrance Examination
Dates to Remember
Last date for filling of online application is 4th May 2017.
Last date for the receipt of Hard Copy 15th May 2017
Date of Examination : 10th June 2017.
Application Fee
Application Fee: Rs 500 for General. Rs 250 for SC/ST.
Click the below links for For online application,information bulletin,University and subject wise seat allotment chart and Examination Centres.
Downloads
AIEE UG 2017 Entrance Examination-Online Portal
AIEE UG 2017 Entrance Examination-Notification
AIEE UG 2017 Information Bulletin
Syllabus for AIEE UG 2017 Entrance Examination
University and Subjectwise Seat Allotment
AIEE UG 2017-18 Examination Centres

Higher Secondary Plus Two March 2017 Results

Sunday, April 23, 2017 / 2 Comments
Higher Secondary Plus Two March 2017 results are expected to be published by the second week of May. The link will be made available here, after the official announcement of the results. Students can check their Plus Two March 2017 results by entering their details like register number, date of birth etc. To down load school wise results, school code should be entered. 
After the publication of the results, Score sheet, Migration certificate etc will be distributed by the school itself. The general queries that usually arise among the students after the publication of Higher Secondary Exam results and clarifications of the same are published here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Higher Secondary Plus Two(XII) March 2017 Result-Frequently Asked Questions[PDF]
Qn.Is it possible to do revaluation of Higher Secondary March 2017 exam results?
Higher Secondary students (second year) are given a chance to revalue their subjects except Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
If there is difference in the score after revaluation, a new Score sheet will be granted on submission of the old Score sheet. Provided the change of marks after revaluation is 10 % or more, the fee remitted towards revaluation, will be refunded. Application in the prescribed format shall be submitted to the Principals of the Examination centre where the candidate registered for the Examination. Application form can be downloaded from the link.Details of Fee a) Revaluation - Rs. 500.00/- per paper,b) Scrutiny - Rs. 100.00/- per paper,c) Photocopy - Rs. 300.00/- per paper
Application Forms
Application for Revaluation
Application for Photocopy
Application for Scrutiny
Qn.Supposing the student’s Revaluation score is less than the previous score, which would be considered?
The top score of the two will be considered. Though the score is less in revaluation, the higher marks scored in March exam will be considered.
Qn.What should the student do if he fails in some subjects in Plus Two March 2017 exam?
The regular students who appear for plus two March 2017 exam can apply for SAY/Improvement exam to be held in June for the subjects they don’t qualify. Such students can write SAY exam for all the subjects they fail to qualify ( subjects below D+ grade).Fee for SAY Examination : Rs.150/- per Subject.Fee for Practical Examination : Rs. 25/- per subject, Fee for Certificate: Rs. 40/-.
Qn.Are the ‘Registration Cancelled’( second year exam) students eligible to apply for SAY exam?
No. The students who have cancelled their second year exam reg. are not eligible to apply for SAY exam.
Qn.Students passed all subjects in Plus Two March 2017 exam and they desire to upgrade their score in certain subjects. What should they do?
Regular students who scored D+ grade or above in all subjects in the Plus Two March 2017 exam can apply for SAY/ Improvement exam to be held in June to upgrade only one subject of their choice.Fee for Improvement Examination: Rs. 500/- per subject,Fee for Practical Examination : Rs. 25/- per subject, Fee for Certificate: Rs. 40/-.
Qn.Students write Improvement exam in June to upgrade their score whereas they obtain less score than the previous one. Which score is considered in such cases?
The higher score is considered. Even if the score obtained in the Improvement exam is lesser than that of March exam, the higher score obtained in March will be considered.
Qn.Will, the students appeared for Improvement exam, get one certificate combining the certificates of March exam and Improvement exam?
No. A certificate of combined score obtained in March exam and that they obtain in Improvement exam will not be issued.
Qn.Students would like to get admission for higher studies outside Kerala State. Should they give a separate application for Migration Certificate?
All students appearing for Higher Secondary Second Year March exam will get their Migration Certificate when they become eligible for higher studies. They need not apply separately for this.
Plus Two March 2017 Examination results can be downloaded from the link below after the official declaration of it. Your doubts can be forwarded as comments.
Higher Secondary Plus Two March 2017 Results
Higher Secondary Plus Two(XII) March 2017 Result(Individual)
Higher Secondary Plus Two(XII) March 2017 Result(School wise)
The link will be active, after the official announcement of the results.

Plus One / Plus Two English Notes

Friday, April 14, 2017 / 132 Comments
Higher Secondary English Course Book is designed to meet the growing demands of students in the challenging and competent age. It mainly focuses on making the learners use the language efficiently and appropriately in the situations they encounter. All units are based on specific objectives centered on learner outcomes. To know the progress of study, assessments are done through two types of evaluation – Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CE) and Term Evaluation (TE).

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
CCE is done to ensure the learner participation in the learning process, his comprehension skills, ability to present the knowledge acquired , his clarity of concept and its originality etc. CE is done by 3 types – learning process assessment, Portfolio assessment, Unit based assessment. Maximum score for CE is 20.


Term Evaluation
Unlike other subjects, here assessment is done by considering language elements, discourses, language skills. Maximum score is 80.


A Glance at Units

Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) English
English Course Book consists of 6 units. Each unit comprises number of chapters like prose, poem, play etc. and they are topically linked also.
UNIT 1: GLIMPSES OF GREATNESS
Four chapters are there in the first Unit

  • His First Flight (story)
  • I will Fly (speech)
  • Quest For the Theory of Everything(Profile) and
  • IF(poem)
This Unit introduces unique characters who motivate the learners to dream high. It stresses the need to develop self confidence and fight against the hardships and overcome them.
Activities on focus - Read and comprehend stories, speeches, profiles, personal essays, writing reviews, prepare interview questions and using cohesive devices and conditionals effectively.

UNIT 2: WORDS AND DEEDS
Three Chapters are there in the Second unit

  • And Then Gandhi Came (Essay)
  • Death the Leveller (Poem)
  • The Price of Flowers (Short story)
It creates an awareness that good deeds give meaning to life. It upholds the significance of values and attitudes in life.
Activities on Focus – Note making, speech, drafting letters, character sketches, using concord appropriately, literary elements etc:-

UNIT 3: BEYOND THE HORIZON
Three Chapters are there in the Third unit.

  • Sunrise on the Hills (poem)
  • The Trip of Lehorla (Short story)
  • Sacred Turtles of Kandavu (based on Fijian legend)
It is about the journey to explore knowledge and how it proves to be a different entertaining and informative experience.
Activities on Focus- Drafting the script of live TV report, designing travel brochure, travel essay and info, write ups, narrating events from different points of view, performing debates etc.

UNIT 4: BRAVING THE HAZARDS
Three Chapters are there in the Fourth unit.

  • Disasters and Disaster management(Essay)
  • Serang of Ranaganji (Short story)
  • The Wreck of the Titanic (poem)
This unit familiarizes the students with the major disasters, its causes and disaster management as well. The poem is also about the one of the greatest disasters in sea, the wreck of the Titanic on its maiden voyage. 
Activities on Focus –note making, précis writing, report writing, letter writing, critical appreciation, use of language elements like participles, adverbs, passive forms of verbs etc.

UNIT 5: HARMONY OF LIFE
The Chapters are

  • Gooseberry (Story)
  • To Sleep (poem)
  • Going Out for a walk (Essay)
Here students discuss the role of health and wellness for a successful life and understands the necessity of proper rest in order to have a peaceful mind and happiness. They get familiar with the features of personal essay.
Activities on Focus – seminar report, welcome speech, understanding the structure of exclamatory sentence, framing questions, preparing critical appreciation of poem etc.

UNIT 6: LEAPS AND BOUNDS
The Chapters are

  • Cyber space (Essay)
  • Is society dead? (Article)
  • Conceptual Fruit (Short story)
Varied aspects of technology and its economical, sociological, cultural and philosophical dimensions are discussed here. It also attempts to study the influence of technology in our life and the future challenges of IPod generation.
Activities on focus – persuasive essay writing, email writing, report writing, writing reports on interviews etc.

For Theory Examination(TE) preparation:
Activities based on text be practiced. Speech, profile, emails, write ups. etc related to textual content be given focus.
Debates, discussions, interviews on textual and general – should be practised
Character sketches and review writing are prominent.
Letter writing, report writing, note making, précis writing, essay writing - text based but with general ideas be done with.
Travel brochures, travel essay, travel info, live TV report have to be focused.
Cohesive devices, concord , editing, if clause etc must be familiarized.
Format of each type of activities be specially followed.
Textual content be familiarized where as it should be modified with personal ideas and language as required in the examination.
Language elements should be made clear to enhance answering application level questions.

Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) English
English Course Book for second year has been developed on the basis of specific themes and concepts so that it enhances their language skills to cater to their needs after their completion of the Higher Secondary Course. It includes different literary works – short stories, poems, plays, interviews etc. Due importance is given for grammatical elements. An integrated approach is adopted aiming at the linguistic and pragmatic competence of the students. There are five units.
UNIT 1: FLIGHTS OF FREEDOM
The Chapters are

  • The 3Ls of Empowerment (speech)
  • Any Woman (poem)
  • Horegallu (anecdote)
  • Match Box (Story)
This unit analyses the concept of women empowerment, the rights and privileges of women and her multifarious role. It upholds the importance of freedom for women also. The story displays the typical Indian woman and how she endures her male chauvinist husband.
Activities on focus: speech, panel discussion, poem review, designing blurb, narrating events from different points of view, analyzing characters etc.

UNIT 2: HEIGHTS OF HARMONY
The Chapters are

  • Mending Wall (poem)
  • Amigo Brothers (Story)
  • The Hour of Truth (one act play)
It helps the students to develop values like honesty, friendship, love, truthfulness etc. Also it presents the dangers of misusing one’s power.
Activities on focus: appreciating poem, character sketches, preparing and presenting announcements for various programmes, writing reviews, making news reports, preparing for debates and language practice – tense, reported speech, voice etc:-

UNIT 3: CHALLENGES OF LIFE
Chapters - 

  • A Three Wheeled Revolution (interview)
  • Didi (life writing)
  • Stammer (Poem)
The concept of social entrepreneurship and the importance of social commitments are introduced here.
Activities on foucs: creating blogs, preparing job application and resume writing, responding to interview questions, writing emails, using idiomatic expressions and phrasal verbs.
UNIT 4: LIVE AND LET LIVE
Chapters - 

  • When A Sapling is Planted? (speech)
  • Rice (poem)
  • Dangers of Drug Abuse (essay)
This unit insists on the need of preserving nature, the values of farming and the impacts of reducing significance of agriculture sector and commercialization of it. Also it creates an awareness of health hazards due to over use of drugs. 
Activities on focus: drafting letters of enquiry, write ups on current social issues, preparing short essays , understanding different language expressions adverbial phrases etc.

UNIT 5: THE LIGHTER SIDE
Chapters – 

  • Post Early For Christmas ( one act play)
  • This is Going to Hurt a Little Bit ( poem)
  • Crime and Punishment ( Story)
This unit depicts a sense of humour. The story presents the significant role of Parent and teacher in the life of a student.
Activities on focus: poem appreciation, writing scripts, writing arguments for debate and using ‘as if’ and prepositions.
For Theory Examination(TE) preparation:
Textual content must be clear to the students.
Preparation be done to answer varied forms of questions – objective type, multiple choice, short answer and essay type etc.
Write ups, reviews, essays, character sketches, narrations – based on texts be expressed in own words. In addition to this,your own points related to the concept would make better answer.
Topic related debates and interviews can be expected.
e-mails, job applications, letters of enquiry – be given special attention
Practices on report writing (newspaper report,seminar reports and reports for school magazine), blog and blurb writing would be helpful.
Announcements/ compering and script writing be familiarized.
MUST KNOW (Plus One & Plus Two)

  • Students are advised to follow the right format of each activity.
  • Textual content and general ideas related to the topic be get readied for better performance 
  • Grammar part must be worked out at the application level.
  • Score of each question be taken into care while answering questions.
  • In the case of language, along with the content, organization of ideas, presentation, originality of language and competence in it will be considered.
To aid the students’ preparation for their Higher Secondary board examination, study notes and sample question papers of Kerala Higher Secondary Plus One and Plus Two English prepared by Reena Mathai, HSST, Govt HSS, Pirappancodu, Vembayam, Trivandrum, Ananthi M, HSST, Govt HSS Perumpalam, Alappuzha, Jeeja R, Govt HSS, Oachira and Vidya V.T, Govt HSS,Kayanna, Kozhikkodu based on the above said expected learning outcomes are published here.

Make use of your time and study materials to take maximum score. Prepare the best to perform the best. Wish you all a great success!!!!
Plus One English Notes
Unit 1: Lesson 1 His First Flight- Liam O’ Flaherty
Unit 1: Lesson 2 I Will Fly- Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam
Unit 1: Lesson 4 IF-Rudyard Kipling
Unit 1: Lesson 4 IF-Rudyard Kipling(Analysis-PPT Slide)
Unit 2: Lesson 1 And then Gandhi Came
Unit 2: Lesson 2 The Price of Flowers-Prabhat Kumar Mukhopadhyaya
Unit 2: Lesson 3 Death the Leveller
Unit 3: Lesson 1 Sunrise on the Hills
Unit 3: Lesson 1 Sunrise on the Hills(Review)
Unit 3: Lesson 2 The Trip of Le Horla
Unit 3: Lesson 3 The Sacred Turtles of Kadavu
Unit 4: Lesson 2 Character of Serang
Unit 5: Lesson 1 Gooseberries by Anton Chekhov-Review
Unit 5: Lesson 1 Gooseberries by Anton Chekhov-Character Sketch
Unit 5: Lesson 3 Going out for a Walk - Activity 3-Speech
Plus Two English Notes
Unit 1: Chapter 1 The 3 L's of Empowerment
Unit 1-Lesson 2 Any Woman Prepared
Unit 1: Lesson 2 Any Woman-Character Sketch of Nomita
Unit 1: Lesson 3 Match Box-Character Sketch of Ajit
Unit 1: Lesson 3 Match Box-Activity II Panel Discussion
Unit 2: Lesson 3 The Hour of Truth -Character Sketch of Baldwin
Unit 2: Lesson 1 Mending Wall-Review of the Poem
Unit 2: Lesson 3 The Hour of Truth - Activity 4-Corruption curtails Development of Nation
Unit 3: Lesson 1 A Three Wheeled Reveloution -Activity 1-Email
Unit 3: Lesson 2 DIDI -Activity 1 -Job Application
Unit 3: Lesson 3 Stammer-A reading
Unit 3: Lesson 3 Stammer-Review
Unit 3: Lesson 3 Stammer-Review in Malayalam
Unit 4: Lesson 1 When a Sapling is Planted-Activity 1-Speech
Unit 4: Lesson 2 Rice - Activity 2 & 3
Unit 5: Lesson 1 Post Early for Christmas -Review
Unit 5: Lesson 2 This is going to Hurt just a little bit- Review
Unit 5: Lesson 3 Crime and Punishment - Review
Plus One/Plus Two English Question Paper
Plus One Model Question Paper(Unit 1)
Plus One Model Question Paper by SCERT
Plus One Probable Questions
Plus Two Probable Questions
Plus Two Model Question Paper by Ananthi.M Question Paper | Answer Key
Plus Two Model Question Paper by SCERT
Solved SCERT Question Paper(Plus Two)
Higher Secondary Previous Question Papers
Higher Secondary Plus Two Question Bank Edumate by SCERT
Related Downloads
Scheme of work
Plus Two Teacher Text by SCERT
Plus Two Text Book by SCERT
Plus One Text Book by SCERT
Plus One Teacher Text Book by SCERT

General Transfer Norms of Higher Secondary Teachers and Govt Employees

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 / 1 Comment
The Kerala Government has issued norms for transfers and posting of  Higher Secondary Teachers and Government employees. Transfers of Higher Secondary Teachers and Govt employees in all departments will be carried out online.
General Transfer Norms for Higher Secondary Teachers
General Transfer norms for Govt Higher Secondary School teachers have been revised. Teachers, on completion of 3 years service on March 31st of the year only are eligible to apply for transfer. Higher Secondary service period only will be considered for transfer procedure. One year service in Kasargode, Wayanad, Palakkad, Idukki districts, remote areas and hill stations in other districts will be taken into account as one and half year service. All Higher Secondary school teachers should select one home station for transfer. Change of home station can be done once. Click the link to download GO(P)No.06/2017/Gen.Edn dtd 03/04/2017 for Govt order on General Transfer norms for Govt Higher Secondary School Teachers. As per this order,2017-18 transfer process schedule is as given below-
Submission of application: 2017 April 15- 30
Probability list publication: 2017 May 2-15
Submission of complaints: 2017 May16-23
Transfer Order: Before May 30, 2017
Downloads
General Transfer Norms for Higher Secondary School Teachers. GO (P) No. 06/2017/Gen Edn dtd 03-04-2017
Transfer Norms of Govt Employees
The notable aspect of the transfer norms is the stipulation fixing a three-year term for posting and transfer. All departments will have to prepare a priority list every year on the basis of this order. The transfers will be carried out from this list. The transfers will made following the queue system from the list. All departments will now have to make general transfer in the months of April and May. In the case of schools,the transfers can be carried out in July or August. 
The government order also lists out the grounds for compassionate transfers. The compassionate transfers will be examined after a period of one year. However,the government can transfer any employee in public interest if it is found necessary. Click the below link for downloading New General Transfer Norms of Govt Employees G.O(P)No.3-2017-P&ARD dtd 25.02.2017
Downloads
General Transfer Norms for Higher Secondary School Teachers. GO (P) No. 06/2017/Gen Edn dtd 03-04-2017
General Transfer Norms of Govt Employees. G.O(P)No.3-2017-P&ARD dtd 25.02.2017
Previous Circular/GOs
Higher Secondary General Transfer Norms for Higher Secondary School Teachers.-Draft published on 21.10.2016.
Higher Secondary Education-Modified General Transfer Norms for Higher Secondary School Teachers. GO.(p)No.143/2015/G.Edn Dated ,Thiruvananthapuram, 27.05.2015
Download Higher Secondary Education-Transfer of Higher Secondary School Teachers-guideline-amended-orders issued Go.(p)No.37/2015/G.Edn Dated ,Thiruvananthapuram, 06.02.2015
Download Higher Secondary Education-Transfer of Higher Secondary School Teachers-guideline-amended-orders issued Go.(p)No.37/2015/G.Edn Dated ,Thiruvananthapuram, 06.02.2015
Higher Secondary Education - General Transfer Norms GO (P) No. 193 / 2014 / Gen.Edn dtd 22.09.2014.
Higher Secondary General Transfer Norms. G.O No.GO(P).No.115/09 Gen.Edn dtd 27.05.2009

TC and Conduct Certificate Builder

Friday, April 7, 2017 / 3 Comments
TC&CC Writer software products developed by Rajesh K, HSST, Govt HSS Naduvannoor, Kozhikkodu and Alrahiman,HSST,Govt Girls HSS,B.P Angadi, Tirur, Ajit John are extremely simple to use and help you to print Transfer and Conduct Certificates. This software can be used to generate Transfer Certificate(TC) for the Higher Secondary Students who are completing plus two Course in March 2017.We request you to make use of this software product and give your valuable suggestions and feedback for the enrichment of this free products.
Transfer & Conduct Certificate Builder 2017-Alrahiman
HSE TC Generator-2017 by Alrahiman
Transfer & Conduct Certificate Builder 2017-Rajesh
TC & CC Writer 2017 Ver 2.0 Software By Rajesh.K (Last updated on 19.04.2017)
Help File for TC & CC Writer 2017
Office Companion by Ajit John
Office Companion by Ajit John(TC/CC,Income Tax,CE List Generator)
Help File for Office Companion
TC Builder for Plus One SIngle Window Admission
TC Builder for Plus One Single Window Admission (School Transfer)

After Plus Two How to Proceed and Succeed

Saturday, April 1, 2017 / 1 Comment
It is at the time of publication of Higher Secondary (10+2) results, most of the parents and students think about the career choices. They derive more information regarding this from various sources like newspapers, TV channels, relatives who are good professionals and also from people whom they know. But they may not include the different job opportunities emanating in the modern century. Also, while career choice is based on one’s interest and aptitude, sometimes there may be less possibilities for prospective job prospects.
The students should have a good perception of the ever changing world of employment and the necessity of career fixing accordingly. By tracking the job sector with more employment opportunities in the next decade and the firms with excellent peer group in abundance, parents should aid their children to reach the pinnacles of glory.
FRAMING NETWORK
Self-confidence, hard work, making proper use of the available opportunities enhance formation of good career to anyone. In the near future, it is one’s network that upholds the nourishment of career. Hence we should learn and try to make a chain of diverse contacts around us. Similarly , creative use of modern social media is vital in this context.
WHERE TO STUDY
More than the subject of study, institution where studied matters a lot. Good students represent good institutions. The peer group of their time of study would be very helpful to the students in the forthcoming days. Providing more opportunities for the personality development of each students is another characteristic of a good institution and it caters to the needs of students by providing chances to make them familiar with English, the language of the Universe, to travel in and out of our country as part of internship during the course of study and to expand their organizational skills by administering various programmes in the institution. Its main concern is the unraveling of both the scholastic and non-scholastic skills of the learners. Heterogeneous class rooms with students from different parts of the world is the major high light of such institutions.
HOW TO CHOOSE PROFESSION THAT SUITS YOU
Whatever may be the profession you select, dedication and hardwork would boost a beaming career. But the job you dream should embrace the entire world. Apart from this, the chosen course is whether recognized in other countries or not, is a significant one. As we cannot predict when the situation demands us to move towards other countries, we should confirm the course’s recognition to safeguard a sustainable career.
SOME STREAMS TO SELECT
ENGINEERING:
Different trades are seen in professional degree courses like Engineering. Since it is a degree course of four years duration, it is recognized all over the world. This course meets all the challenges against the global employment opportunities. Pupils who are in pursuit of such work are suitable learners of this trade. The students with an aptitude for Engineering course are often entangled with the problem of selecting the best and the right branch of study to pursue. To know more in detail about the various branches of Engineering degree course, click the link below.
MEDICINE:
Presently, courses on Modern Medicine are given much prominence in our state. Still the medical professionals will have to appear for equalency exam to obtain eligibility to work anywhere in the world. Medical professionals qualified from other nations also confront similar situations while they would like to serve in India. At the same time, one who is willing to go abroad or has to leave after marriage should be aware of the precincts of the medical degree course. Likewise, apart from the courses on Modern Medicine, traditional medical practices such as Ayurveda, Homeopathy etc are not equally recognized in the world.
LAW:
Each nation is reigned by its own rule. So, our graduate courses on Law can not be practised in other parts of the world. Still there are chances abroad awaiting law graduates to get embarked in jobs associated with law. Moreover graduates of this discipline can anticipate more befitting opportunities in the world of transition.
NURSING:
The saviours of life from God’s own country are given much consideration in most parts of the universe. While doing the course, acquiring competency in English language besides being adept at handling an additional language is an asset for it assures a promising nursing career.
ARTS SUBJECTS:
It becomes mandatory to get admitted in the best Arts and Science colleges, when the learner chooses the particular discipline under Arts stream due to his inclination and keen interest. Provided your aim is teaching profession or Journalism or being empanelled in PSC list for entry into government service, this is the right track to reach your destination. Then go ahead with your studies. But merely jumping on the bandwagon without any intention and getting into an institution is mere waste of time. Instead, it is advisable to expertise any labour. The prevailing trend in the contemporary age is that technology oriented jobs are many and varied. It is important to find out the courses with good faculty and facilities.
While the students are getting enrolled for higher studies after accomplishing their Higher Secondary Course, those who could not get through the exam, need not worry. They must look for augmenting job opportunities; gain work experience; get the certificates required; attain proficiency in other languages. Things are easier then to settle in at your new career.
Though opportunities are rare, your attitude and aptitude will present you more. Right decision taken at the right time counts a lot in making a turning point in your career. Choices are plenty. But what you choose is what you are or going to be. Choose the best that suits you to proceed and succeed.

HSE Question Paper and Answer Key March 2017

Friday, March 31, 2017 / 204 Comments
The Question papers and Answer key of March 2017 Higher secondary examinations are published here, after the conduct of examination of each subject. It is certain that publishing such collection of question papers of Higher secondary examination first year and second year will succor the students to prepare for their board exam. The answer key of each question paper will be made available along with this after the completion of the exam. The answer papers are evaluated based on the answer key prepared and published by the DHSE. So it is very essential for the Higher secondary students to verify their answers. Click the link given below to download the available question papers and answer key. Discussion and views of the question papers also can be forwarded as comments here.
The Higher Secondary March 2017 question papers along with their respective answer keys(Official) are published below.
Higher Secondary First Year(XI) Question Paper March 2017
Malayalam Question Paper | Answer Key
Hindi Question Paper | Answer Key
Arabic Question Paper | Answer Key
English Question Paper | Answer Key
Accountancy-CA Question Paper | Answer Key
Accountancy-AFS Question Paper | Answer Key
Islamic History Question Paper | Answer Key
History Question Paper | Answer Key
Computer Application(Commerce) Question Paper | Answer Key
Computer Application(Humanities) Question Paper | Answer Key
Chemistry Question Paper | Answer Key
Economics Question Paper | Answer Key
Physics Question Paper | Answer Key
Geography Question Paper | Answer Key
Business Studies Question Paper | Answer Key
Computer Science Question Paper | Answer Key
Sociology Question Paper | Answer Key
Biology Question Paper | Answer Key
Political Science Question Paper | Answer Key
Mathematics(Science) Question Paper | Answer Key
Mathematics(Commerce) Question Paper | Answer Key
Higher Secondary Second Year(XII) Question Paper March 2017
Political Science Question Paper | Answer Key
Mathematics(Science) Question Paper | Answer Key
Mathematics(Commerce) Question Paper | Answer Key
Economics Question Paper | Answer Key
Chemistry Question Paper | Answer Key
Accountancy-CA Question Paper | Answer Key
Accountancy-AFS Question Paper | Answer Key
History Question Paper | Answer Key
Physics Question Paper | Answer Key
Computer Application(Commerce) Question Paper | Answer Key
Computer Application(Humanities) Question Paper | Answer Key
Computer Science Question Paper | Answer Key
Biology Question Paper | Answer Key
Sociology Question Paper | Answer Key
Business Studies Question Paper | Answer Key
English Question Paper | Answer Key
Malayalam Question Paper | Answer Key
Hindi Question Paper | Answer Key
Sanskrit Question Paper | Answer Key
Geography Question Paper | Answer Key
Higher Secondary Examination March 2017 Answer Key(Unofficial)
XII Mathematics(Sci.) Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Remesh Chennessery
XII Accountancy-CA Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Ajith Kanthi
XII Chemistry Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Anil Kumar K.L
XII Physics Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Sreeju
XII Computer Science Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Shabeer
XI Chemistry Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Anil Kumar K.L
XI Physics Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Sreeju
XI Computer Application Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Shabeer
XI Mathematics(Sci.) Answer Key (Unofficial) Prepared by Remesh Chennessery