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Higher Secondary Plus Two Computerised Accounting Practical Question Pool & Answers

Friday, September 20, 2019 / No Comments
In Computerised Accounting exam of the second year Higher Secondary Commerce students 60 marks are given for theory and 40 for practical exam. To enable the students of Commerce in their practical exam preparation, Higher Secondary department(DHSE) has published a pool of questions. 

Computerised Accounting-Score Split up

Most of the questions may be expected from spreadsheet, GNU Khata and DBMS. The scheme and split up score of Computerised Accounting practical exam prepared by the DHSE is given below.

The necessary procedures, screenshot, input to be given, output to be received to solve all the questions in the question paper pool has been prepared in detail by Sri.Binoy George from MKNM HSS, Kumaramangalam, Thodupuzha. Also, the expected viva questions for the practical exam from 6 chapters of Computerised Accounting textbook are also given here.
Plus Two Computerised Accounting Solved Practical Question Pool

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)-2019

Thursday, September 19, 2019 / 1 Comment
Students studying in 10th standard in any of government or aided or recognized institutions in Kerala or Central government or Navodaya schools or Sainik schools can apply for National Talent Search Examination ( NTSE ) at state level and the toppers can appear at the national level also. 

Eligibility for NTSE

Those who appear for 10th standard exam first time studying through open distance learning and under 18 years old can also apply for this. They should have scored a minimum 55 percentage of marks except languages in the 9th standard qualifying exam of 2018-19. 

NTSE Scholarship

Nearly 2000 scholarships at different phases await the meritorious ones, it is Rs.1250/ per month while studying in plus one and plus two classes and Rs. 2000/ at degree and PG degree level. At the Ph.D level, it will be as per UGC criteria. 

NTSE Pattern of Questions & Schedule 2019

The first phase State level exam will be on 17th November 2019. The duration will be of 120 minutes. Two objective type papers of hundred questions will be there. There is no negative marking. To qualify the test 40 percentage of marks is must and for SC category and physically handicapped, it is 32%. To test the mental ability, logical thinking, analytical ability of of the students, described and undescribed picture questions are included. To test the scholastic aptitude, questions from all chapters of Social Science, Mathematics and Science subjects of 9th standard and first and second term portion of 10th standard will be there for the first phase of exam.

How to apply for NTSE 2019

The application can be submitted online before 30th of September 2019 in the website​. Rs. 250/ towards application fee should be paid online. Students of SC category need pay rupees hundred only.
National Talent Search Examination(NTSE)
National Talent Search Examination(NTSE) Notification 2019-20
National Talent Search Examination(NTSE) - Documents List
National Talent Search Examination(NTSE)-Previous Questions
Scholastic Aptitude Test 2015
Mental Ability Test and Language Test 2015
Scholastic Aptitude Test 2016
Mental Ability Test and Language Test 2016
Scholastic Aptitude Test 2017
Mental Ability Test and Language Test 2017
Scholastic Aptitude Test 2018
Mental Ability Test and Language Test 2018
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National Talent Search Exam(NTSE) 2019-Online Application Portal

Kerala School Kalolsavam Manual, Software and Results

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 / No Comments
The Arts Fest of students of LP, UP, HS, HSS, VHSS students of govt/aided and recognized Un-Aided schools under General Education Department in our state is known as Kerala School Kalotsavam.

Revised School Kalolsavam Manual

The present manual for school kalolsavam has been modified. In this revised manual there are some significant changes from the existing one. Grades would be fixed for youth festival as it has been given for academic level activities. Hence, those who score 80% or more would be given A grade, 70 - 79% would be given B grade and C grade for 60 - 69%. More over all A grade winners at state level would be blessed with Cultural scholarship, the amount of which will be decided by the government.

At the High school(HS) level, total number of items would be 89 and categories would be 15. English, Kannada and Tamil versification(Kavitha Rachana) and English skit are also added.

At the Higher secondary(HSS/VHSS) level, there are 98 competition items of 14 categories. All students qualifying at the school level writing competitions would get a chance to participate at the sub district level. Besides Kathakali, Ottanthullal, Folk dance and Mimicry would be competition items common to all. Earlier it had been conducted separately for boys and girls.

Revised manual for school youth festival is available from the link below.
School Kalolsavam Manual
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam  2017(25-10-2017)
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam - Revision dtd 02-11-2017
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam - Revision dtd 21-11-2017
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam  - Revision dtd 06-10-2018
Kerala School Kalolsavam-Appeal Form(New)

Various Contests Categories

The competitions are conducted in 4 categories.
Category 1 - from std 1 to 4
Category 2 – from std 5 to 7
Category 3 – from std 8 to 10
Category 4 – std 11 and 12
Category 1 would culminate at sub district level itself. Category 2 would culminate at revenue district level & Category 3 & 4 would culminate at the state level respectively.


The competition items with 60% or more score are classified into 3 grades – Grade A, B and C.
80% or more – A Grade
from 70% to 79% - B Grade
from 60% to 69% - C Grade
Those who get top score with A grade only are eligible to participate in the next level.

Grace marks for Kalotsavam Winners

The system of awarding grace marks to A,B,C grade winners at state level continues. For A grade winners, the grace marks would be 30 marks, for B grade, 24 marks and for C grade, 18 marks.


The contest participants can go for appeal if they have any complaint. The appeal fee is Rs.500/- at school level, Rs.1000/- at sub district level, Rs.2000/- at district level and Rs.2500/- at state level. Appeal amount would be given to participants only when they score more than that of their contestant at the district level, against whom they have filed an appeal.
School level Kalotsavam Software
Software tools to enable the conduct of Kalotsavam at school level are available. With the help of these, various necessary reports for Kalotsavam can be prepared. This School-Level Kalolsavam software developed by Alrahiman and Rajesh K is designed to automate the back-end process of the School level LP,UP,HS,HSS,VHSS Kalolsavam. The entire process of the school level Kalolsavam, from the entry of a contest participant to the printing of results will be done at the click of a mouse. The tabulation and score sheets for the judges are also system generated. We request you to make use of this software products and give your valuable suggestions and feedback. Click the link to download.
School Level Kalamela Software by Rajesh K
School Level Kalolsavam Software- Kalamela Ver 3.0 by Rajesh K
Help File
School Level Kalolsavam Software- Kalamela Ver 3.0 by Rajesh K(For LP Schools)
School Level Kalamela Software by Alrahiman
School Level Kalolsavam Software- Ulsav by Alrahiman
Help File
Related Downloads
Tips for School Level Kalolsavam Prepared by Suresh Kattilangadi

School Kalotsavam Data Entry Portal

Details of Kalotsavam participants who score top grade should be entered in the General Education Department’s kalotsavam portal on time. Then only it would be possible for them to compete at the sub district level. Portal link will be available soon.
Data Entry Portal
School Kalolsavam Data Entry Portal

Plus One/Plus Two Politics Study Notes and Question Bank

Previous question papers and Revision Notes are a great way to revise and prepare for Higher secondary exams. This way you can find out what you already know and what you don't know. They also help you manage your time better and be familiar with the method and pattern used in the actual exam. 

Chapter wise study notes,presentation files and previous questions of Higher Secondary first year and second year(Plus One/Plus Two) Political Science, prepared by Sri.Muhammad P, Ramanattukara HSS, Vaidyarangadi, Malappuram, Sri.Thajudeen, PKKSM HSS, Kayamkulam, Sri.Binu Abraham, Govt HSS,Thricodithanam and Sri.Mathew Joseph, GHSS, Kozhichal, Kannur published. 

Click on the below link to start downloading. The pdf form of Higher Secondary Plus One/Plus Two Political Science Study Notes, Presentation files, Question Bank and Quick revision notes are given below. Click the link to download.
Plus One Political Science Study Notes(English Version) by Muhammad P
XI Chapter 1 : Constitution: Why & How
XI Chapter 2 : Rights in the Indian Constitution
XI Chapter 3 : Election and Representation
XI Chapter 4 : Executive
XI Chapter 5 : Legislature
XI Chapter 6 : Judiciary
XI Chapter 7 : Federalism
XI Chapter 8 : Local Government
XI Chapter 9 : Constitution as a Living Document
XI Chapter 10 : Philosophy of Indian Constitution
XI Chapter 11 : Political Theory: An Introduction
XI Chapter 12 : Freedom
XI Chapter 13 : Equality
XI Chapter 14 : Social Justice
XI Chapter 15 : Rights
XI Chapter 16 : Citizenship
XI Chapter 17 : Nationalism: Study Note(English) | Study Note(Malayalam)
XI Chapter 18 : Secularism
XI Chapter 19 : Peace
XI Chapter 20 : Development
Plus One Political Science Question Bank
Plus One Political Science Question Bank(Chapter wise) Prepared by Thajudeen
Plus One Political Science Objective Type Questions Prepared by Thajudeen
Plus One Political Science Quick Notes by Binu Abraham
Plus One Political Science Exam Tips
Plus One Political Science Exam Tips(Video) by Sri.Baby T
Plus One Political Science Presentation Slides by Mathew Joseph
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11(Not Available)
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Plus Two Politics Study Materials(Malayalam Version) by Mathew Joseph
XII Chapter 1 : Challenges of Nation Building
XII Chapter 2 : Era of One Party Dominance
XII Chapter 3 : Politics of Planned Development
XII Chapter 4 : India's External Relations
XII Chapter 5 : Challenges to and Restoration of the Congress System
XII Chapter 6 : The crisis of democratic order
XII Chapter 7 : Rise of Popular movements
XII Chapter 8 : Regional Aspirations
XII Chapter 9 : Recent Developments in Indian Politics
Plus Two Politics Question Bank
Plus Two Political Science Question Bank(Chapter wise) Prepared by Thajudeen
Plus Two Political Science Objective Type Questions Prepared by Thajudeen
Plus Two Political Science Worksheet Binu Abraham
Plus Two Political Science Quick Notes by Binu Abraham
Plus Two Politics Presentation Files
Part I-Chapter 1
Part I-Chapter 2
Part I-Chapter 3
Part I-Chapter 4
Part I-Chapter 5
Part I-Chapter 6
Part I-Chapter 7
Part I-Chapter 8
Part I-Chapter 9
Part II-Chapter 1-The Cold War Era(Presentation)
Part II-Chapter 2-The end of Bipolarity(Presentation)
Part II-Chapter 3-US Hegemony in World Politics(Presentation)
Part II-Chapter 4-Alternative Centers of Powers(Presentation)
Part II-Chapter 5-Contemporary South Asia(Presentation)
Part II-Chapter 6-International Organisations
Part II-Chapter 7-Security in the Contemporary World(Presentation)
Part II-Chapter 8-Environment and Natural Resource(Presentation)
Part II-Chapter 9-Globalization(Presentation)

Kerala School Sasthrolsavam Manual and Results

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 / 133 Comments
The Kerala School Science,Maths, Social science,Work experience and IT fair (Sasthramela)  is aimed at kindling the different talents of students from primary level to higher secondary level and nurturing their skills.

The fair also aims at finding out the inborn abilities of children and encouraging them to strengthen it and imparting training to practice in daily life.

The competitions are at school level, sub-district, revenue district and state level. The first two place winners at sub district level can participate in the revenue district level and the first two winners at the revenue district level would become eligible to participate in the state level.

School Sasthrolsavam Manual Revised
The manual for Maths, Social Science, Work experience, IT fair for the LP to Higher Secondary students of the state has been revised. As per the norms in the revised manual, the competitions for the LP and UP sections would culminate at Sub District level whereas the competitions for High School And Higher Secondary sections would come to close at state level. The number of items that each section can participate in each fair is as given below.

Science fair:
LP section - 3 items
UP, High school and HSS section - 4 items

Maths fair
LP section - 5 items
UP section - 6 items
High school and HSS - 12 items

Social Science fair
LP section - 2 items
UP section - 4 items
High school and HSS - 6 items

Work Experience
LP and UP section - 21 items
High school and HSS - 27 items

IT Mela
UP section - 3 items
High school and HSS - 7 items

The directions for judgments are also made rigorous in the new manual. The judges of sub district level cannot retain the same position for the same item at the district level. This rule is applicable to the state level also. Also only two contestants should be there from the Sub district to the district level and from the district to the state level. If any student is given appeal by the court or the appealing authority, the qualified students' performance would be assessed a along with this so as to to eliminate one of them and the other two contestants would take part in the next level. The direction has also been given for video recording of the events from the sub district level.

Valuation Guidelines
Those who score 80% of marks or more in an item in the fair would be considered A grade and they would get 5 points and 30 marks as grace marks. 70 % - 79% scorers would be given B grade with 3 points and 24 marks would be awarded as grace marks. C grade with one point would be given to those getting 60% -659% and 18 marks would be awarded as grace marks.

Appeal Steps
If the contestant has a complaint in any of the contest results, he/she can give appeal to review the results. Appeal fee is Rs. 500 at sub district level and Rs.1500 at district level and Rs.2000 at state level. A sample application form for submitting appeal is given below.

Theme and Sub Theme for Kerala School Sasthramela
Science fair is organized in all states and Union Territories according to the subject and guidelines of the NCERT. The theme and sub theme of the science fair for the year 2019-20 can be downloaded from the link given below.

General Instructions for Kerala School Sasthramela
The students of LP / UP / HS / HSS / VHSS can participate in any one of the items only in Science, Maths, Social Science, Work Experience and IT fair. But it is not applicable for Quiz items. The participants in the fair should not wear school uniform.

Various circulars published in connection with Science fair, Science fair manual,Results, Schedules etc are available in the link below.
Sasthrolsavam 2019-20
School Sasthrolsavam Manual 2019(Revised)
School Sasthrolsavam 2019-20 Schedule and themes. Circular dtd 30.08.2019
School Sasthrolsavam 2019-20 Guidelines, themes and sub themes. Circular dtd 17.07.2019
School Sasthrolsavam 2019-20-IT Mela  theme. Circular dtd 19.09.2019
Sasthramela Appeal Form
Sasthramela ID Card
Maths Quiz 2012 | 2013 | 2015 | 2016 |
Science Quiz 2014 | 2015
IT Mela IT Quiz Questions 2010-2019
Portal Link
Kerala School Sasthrolsavam Portal

Progress Report Creator

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 / 31 Comments
Teachers spend their precious time by preparing the progress report manually, doing all the calculation such as grades, percentages for each and every student which is very tedious and time consuming. The Progress Report Creator Software automatically generates Progress report, CE report ,Class PTA report and gives consolidated reports of score after each term exam , and can be kept as a record (Mark Register). It also simplifies the process of tracking the students' progress. We request you to make use of these software products and give your valuable suggestions and feedback for the enrichment of these free products.
Progress Report Creator for HSS
Progress Reporter Prepared by Ramesh Tirur(Excel Software)
Progress Report Creator for HSS
Proper More Ver 2.0 Software for HSS by Rajesh K S(Last updated on 02.11.2017) | Help File
Progress Report Generator Software for Higher Secondary by Alrahiman
Score Reporter 7.0 by Sijuraj N
Mark list Generator 8.2 by Ajith Kanthi(Last updated on 02.01.2019)
Progress Card Maker by Bibin C. Jacob
Progress Report Creator for High School & UP Section
Mark list Generator for HS&UP by Ajith P P
Proper for High School | Proper for VHSE by Rajesh K(Last updated on 10.09.2018)

School Parliament Election Schedule & Guidelines

Saturday, September 7, 2019 / 21 Comments
Update: School Parliament Elections 2019-20-Schedule published
The General Education Department has published norms and guidelines regarding the formation and execution of School Parliament. All sections like Upper Primary, High School, Higher Secondary and Vocation Higher Secondary should jointly form the School Parliamentary Council so that it would be one parliament in one school. School parliamentary council activities' motto must be creating awareness of republicanism and developing unity among the students. School parliament election should be peaceful and devoid of any political party's interference.
School Parliament and Its Aim
The school parliament should run various clubs like Literary club, Arts club, Sports club etc to promote and to realize the concept of 'republicanism' and be part of conduct of Arts Fest, Sports Meet, Maths and Science Fair, Social Science Fair and other such public programmes. Also it should work for the academic up gradation and be part of study tour committee.
Formation of School Parliament
Each class in Govt/Aided/Recognized Un-Aided Upper Primary, High School, Higher Secondary, Vocational Higher Secondary sections would be a unit. Each unit would select a member known as Class leader. They combine and form school parliament. The link given below provides detailed guidelines on selection of class leaders. The school parliament should meet to elect Chair person, Vice chair person, Secretary, Joint Secretary, Arts club Secretary, Joint Secretary, Literary Club Secretary, Joint Secretary, Sports Club Secretary and Joint Secretary. Representations of each section from school is given below in detail. Click the link to download school parliament election related detailed guidelines, nominations papers, forms, circulars etc.
School Parliament Election 2019-20 Schedule
Last date for filing Nominations: 19-09-2019(3pm)
Scrutiny of Nominations: 20-09-2019(3pm)
Last date for withdrawal of Candidature: 23-09-2019
Publishing Final List of Candidates: 24-09-2019
Date of Poll: 25-09-2019
Counting of Votes: 25-09-2019
Selection of Office bearers : 25-09-2019
School Parliament Election Schedule 2019-20. Circular No DPI No.H1/8923/2019/DGE Dtd 07.09.2019
Guidelines for School Parliament Election.GO MS No.194/07 Gen.Edn. Dtd 05/11/2007
Nomination & Related Forms for School Parliament Election