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Higher Secondary Plus One Single Window Admission

Sunday, May 19, 2019 / 5 Comments
Update: The Kerala Higher secondary Plus one single window Trial Allotment 2019 Result published. check now !

Plus One Single Window Trial Allotment Result 2019

The Higher secondary Plus one trial allotment result published. Submit Application for Correction, if any, to the School where Application given before 4pm on 21.05.2019. For more details visit HSCAP admission portal. Link http://hscap.kerala.gov.in/

How to check Single Window Plus one Trial Allotment result 2019

Go to the HSCAP Admission Portal.
Click on the Trial Allotment Result Link on the HSCAP portal.
Enter your application number, date of birth and district.
Download and take a print out for reference.

Submit Application for Correction, if any, to the School where Application given before 4pm on 21.05.2019. Download Application for correction

Higher Secondary First year admission process starts soon after the publication of SSLC results. Admission to Plus One classes in govt / aided/ unaided Higher Secondary schools in Kerala is done through Single Window System. This Higher Secondary admission process has been followed for the past few years in an easy and effective manner.

When to apply for Plus One admission?

Update: Online Submission of Applications For Plus One Admission in Merit Quota (Single Window System) commences on 10th May 2019. As soon as the results of 10th std students studying in State syllabus are published, the admission process would begin. A prospectus recognized by the govt would be published for this. Generally, it is done every year in the month of May.

Single Window Admission System(Ekajalakam)

Admission to Plus one classes in Govt and aided Higher Secondary Schools is done through Centralised Allotment Process called Single Window Admission(Ekajalakam). This allotment Process starts immediately after the publication of SSLC/10th standard results. Admission through this system is to procure the merit seats in Govt and aided Higher secondary schools. This is an endeavor to clear the doubts regarding plus one admission that are likely to arise among the students and parents.

How to submit application for Single Window Admission?

Applications should be submitted online for admission to Plus One in Higher Secondary schools in Kerala. The HSCAP portal is exclusively for this purpose. While applying online, the scores obtained in SSLC exam, Date of Birth, details of participation in club activities and other such data should be entered for availing of eligible grace marks.

The students should submit their Single Window Application online through Akshaya centres or Computer system with internet connection or govt or aided Higher Secondary schools in the state. The print out of the application generated after online submission of application along with Rs.25/-should be handed over for verification to any of the govt or aided Higher Secondary schools in the district concerned. If a student claims any other considerations not mentioned in the mark sheet, self attested copies of such certificates should be submitted along with the application. On receipt of application, an acknowledgement slip will be issued and it should be kept safely for further use/reference.

Is one application sufficient for all districts in Kerala?

It is sufficient to submit one application for schools in one district, whereas for admission to schools in other districts, a separate application to each district has to be given. Such applicants can either send their application by post to the principal of the school selected by them or hand over in person. (List of district centres is given here). Application fee can be remitted by DD or in person. Go through the prospectus before submitting application. Things to be remembered at the time of online submission of application are clearly mentioned here.

Can corrections be done in online submitted applications?

Yes. Corrections are possible. If the details given in the application are found to be unjust, the application will stand cancelled. Hence, the applicants had better confirm the details in the application in HSCAP admission portal. (Click here to know how to check application details). If corrections are to be done, necessary changes in written form must be submitted to the principal of school where the print out of application has already been given.

What is the eligibility criteria for plus one admission through Single Window System?

Students who have passed S.S.L.C or Equivalency Exam conducted by other Boards can apply for Single Window Admission. Students studied under CBSE syllabus must have gone through the CBSE Board exam.

What is school code?

The code number given to govt/aided/unaided Higher Secondary schools is of much significance in the admission process. To find out the code number of Higher Secondary schools in each district, see the Annexure: 10  in the prospectus.

Combination Code

There are 45 subject combinations available in Higher Secondary course. They are clubbed differently as Science, Humanities and Commerce groups. The groups with subject combinations, their code, weightage given to all subjects in SSLC while choosing each combination for admission to Plus One, are given below. Refer the Annexure 10 in the prospectus to know the subject combination sanctioned to each school district wise. Download Higher Secondary Subject combinations and codes.

How to give options?

At the time of online submission of application for Higher Secondary admission, meticulous care is needed for the entry of options. Applicant’s priority may vary as some would focus on school while others on subject combination. There is no limit to set options. Make a list of the schools of your preference and those have with transportation facility also. A sample form is given below to prepare a list of your options before entering online. Entry of options be done only after checking the names of institutions.  Download Sample Worksheet for Option Entry.

What is the criteria for Plus One Admission?

Eligibility of each student for admission is determined by WGPA (Weightage Grade Point Average). Weightage will be given to certain subjects of the qualifying examination according to the subject combination selected by the student.
To know how WGPA is calculated click the link. Online WGPA Calculator. To know the last rank details in 2018 admissions, click here.

How the bonus points, if any, are granted in rank list preparation for admission?

Bonus points are granted as per the list given below.

Main Allotment

Allotment list would be published in the Admission portal after preparing a rank list on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying exam. There would be two allotments in the first round. In accordance with the availability of seats, Supplementary allotment may follow this.

Permanent Admission and Temporary Admission

Students who get first option allotment must pay their fee and take permanent admission within the time allotted. If the first option is not allotted in the first allotment, but expecting higher options in the next allotment, such students can take temporary admission and continue as such till the completion of main allotments.

Supplementary Allotment Process

Closure of the main allotment process is followed by supplementary allotment and school combination transfer allotment. Students are advised to check the admission portal regularly to alert themselves of the notifications, and latest info related to admission etc.

Higher Secondary Single Window Admission 2019

To have a clear understanding of the Single Window Admission procedure for admission to Higher Secondary course, First year, read the prospectus and annexures published by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education. After the publication of the prospectus, it can be downloaded from the link given here.

Single Window Help Desk

Single Window Help Desk will be functioning in govt and aided Higher Secondary schools to guide and help the students to know more about the procedure and to submit Single window application. The students and parents can make use of this free service.

Single Window Admission Schedule 2019

The Single Window Admission schedule for the academic year 2019-20 and updates would be made available here, as and when it is published. Use this desk to share and clear your doubts.

Commencement of online submission of Applications: 10-05-2019
Closing of Online Submission of Application: 16-05-2019
Publication of Trial Allotment: 20-05-2019
Publication of First Allotment: 24-05-2019
Publication of Second Allotment: 
Commencement of Classes: 03-06-2019
Downloads
Single Window Admission-District wise IED counselling schedule
Higher secondary Plus one Single Window Admission-Admission Schedule
Higher secondary Plus one Single Window Admission-Prospectus
How to Apply Online-Help file
HSCAP Online Admission Portal-Apply Now
Guidelines for School level Help Desk Prepared by Muhammed Ajsal

School Transfer for Higher Secondary Second Year Students

Friday, May 10, 2019 / 14 Comments
Students who are willing to continue second year of their Higher secondary course after completing first year in one school, should submit an application for second year school transfer. 

The Principal of the Higher secondary school has the right to consider applications of school transfer of Higher secondary first year completed Govt/Aided/Unaided students studied in state syllabus and admit in the second year provided there are vacancies. School transfer application for second year be completed in 30 days after school reopening. Mutual school transfer is permissible for govt /aided/Unaided school students. 

Students who completed first year in Open School scheme also can avail this opportunity for second year admission in regular Higher secondary school. While considering the application of open school students, priority should be given to the regular students. Where as the Regional Deputy Director of Higher Secondary education concerned is responsible for issuing the order.

Director of Higher secondary education has the right to admit students promoted to second year and studied in Other States or Countries or in CBSE scheme. Such students must appear for all subjects in the first year improvement exam conducted by DHSE. 

Click the link below to download Higher Secondary Second Year (Plus Two) school transfer related government order and guidelines.
Downloads
School Transfer & Readmission for Higher Secondary Second Year Students-Circular dtd 07.05.2019
School Transfer & Readmission for Higher Secondary Second Year Students-Circular dtd 28.05.2018
School Transfer for Higher Secondary Second Year Students-Government Order and Guidelines

Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam June 2019

Wednesday, May 8, 2019 / 35 Comments
The Higher Secondary second year(Plus Two) SAY/Improvement Examination of June 2019 will commence with effect from 10.06.2019 to 17.06.2019. Students who did not register for the Higher Secondary Examination, March 2019 are not eligible to register for the SAY/Improvement Examination June 2019. The Examination will be conducted in selected Higher Secondary Schools in Kerala, Lakshadweep and UAE. A candidate cannot appear for the SAY and Improvement Examination at the same time.

Plus Two(Second Year) SAY Examination June 2019


The regular students who appear for Plus Two March 2019 exam can apply for SAY exam June 2019 for the subjects they don’t qualify. Such students can write SAY exam for all the subjects they fail to qualify. Last date for submission of application for Plus Two SAY Examination June 2019 is 20 May 2019.




Fee for SAY Examination : Rs.150/- per Subject.
Fee for Practical Examination : Rs. 25/- per subject
Fee for Certificate: Rs. 40/-.

Plus Two(Second Year) Improvement Examination June 2019


Regular students who scored D+ grade or above in all subjects in the Plus Two March 2019 exam can apply for Improvement exam to be held in June to upgrade only one subject of their choice. Last date for submission of Plus Two Improvement Examination June 2019 Application is 20 May 2019.



Fee for Improvement Examination: Rs. 500/- per subject
Fee for Practical Examination : Rs. 25/- per subject
Fee for Certificate: Rs. 40/-.

Revaluation/Photocopy/Scrutiny of answer scripts of Plus Two March 2019


Candidates who desire to apply for Revaluation/Photocopy/Scrutiny of answer scripts of Plus Two March 2019 examination can apply on or before 14.05.2019. No Revaluation facility for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. However they can apply for Photocopy of these answer scripts.

Fee for Revaluation : Rs.500/- per Subject.
Fee for Photocopy: Rs. 300/- per subject
Fee for Scrutiny Rs 100/- per subject

The fee for the Revaluation/Photocopy/Scrutiny of answer scripts should be remitted in the Government Treasury under the Head of Account ‘0202-01-102-97 (03)’ Other Receipts.

Submission of Application


The students can submit the application to the Principal of the School where he/she has registered for the March 2019 Examination.


Click the below link for Plus Two SAY/Improvement Examination June 2019 Notification and Time Table, Application forms for Revaluation/Photocopy/Scrutiny etc:-
Notification, Circular and Time Table
Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam June 2019 Time Table
Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam June 2019 Notification
Plus Two March 2019 Revaluation/Photocopy/Scrutiny-Notification
Application Forms
Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam Application Form
Plus Two Revaluation Application Form
Plus Two Photocopy Application Form
Plus Two Scrutiny Application Form
Related Downloads
Plus Two March 2019 Result
How to refund revaluation fee of Higher secondary exam ?
Plus Two Study Notes for SAY/Improvement Exam June 2019

Higher Secondary Plus One/Plus Two Results March 2019

Tuesday, May 7, 2019 / 155 Comments
Update: The results of the Higher secondary First year(plus one) exam March 2019 can be expected in May 2019.
The plus one and plus two answer sheets valuation camps of Higher Secondary Exam of March 2019 have begun from 1st April 2019. The valuation was done at 110 valuation camps by 20,000 teachers. 60 lakh answer scripts of 9.7 lakh students had to be evaluated. The first spell of the valuation was last for 14 days. It was scheduled to begin the second spell of valuation after general election, on 25th of April.

At first, 2nd year (Plus Two) answer scripts are evaluated. It would be followed by the valuation of answer scripts of the first year students. Since application has to be submitted for higher studies for the Plus Two students, the results for the Plus two can be expected in the first/second week of May 2019 itself and for the first year, the results may be out by the end of May.

The information regarding 2019 March exam of Higher Secondary First year and Second year students would be updated here.

Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) results March 2019

The link for the results of Higher Secondary First year(Plus one) students of March 2019 exam would be updated soon after the results are published.
Higher Secondary First year(Plus One) Result March 2019
Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) Result March 2019(Individual)
Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) Result March 2019(Schoolwise)



Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) results March 2019

As soon as the results of the Higher Secondary Second year(Plus Two) students of March 2019 exam are published, the link would be updated.
Higher Secondary Plus Two Result March 2019
Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) Result March 2019(Individual)-Portal 1
Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) Result March 2019(Individual)-Portal 2
Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) Result March 2019(Schoolwise)-Portal 1
Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) Result March 2019(Schoolwise)-Portal 2
Higher Secondary School Codes
TVM | KLM | PTA | ALPY | KTM | IDK | EKM | TRSR | PLKD | KZKD | MLP | WND | KNR | KSRGD | GULF | LK | MAHE
HSE Plus Two Result Analyser March 2019
Plus Two Result March 2019 Online Result Analyser Portal
Plus Two Result March 2019 Offline Result Analyser Software-1 by Bibin(for Result Portal 1)
Plus Two Result March 2019 Offline Result Analyser Software-1 by Bibin(for Result Portal 2)
HSE Plus Two Result Analysis Reports
Plus Two Exam March 2019-Result Notification
School wise pass percentage(Appeared/Passed/Percentage)
List of schools with 100% Pass
List of Students who scored 100%(1200/1200)Marks
List of Students who scored A+ in all subjects
Related Downloads
Higher Secondary Results-Frequently Asked Questions

Higher Secondary Second year SAY/Improvement Exam June 2019

Those who have registered for the first time for second year(Plus Two) March 2019 exam and become not eligible for higher studies, can appear for all subjects in SAY exam. The students who registered for second year(Plus Two) March 2019 exam and qualified the same, can appear for the improvement exam to improve their score in any one of the subjects. More details are available in the link SAY/IMP exam June 2019.

Higher Secondary First year Improvement exam June 2019

The students who have appeared for the first time in Higher secondary first year(Plus One) March exam 2019, can improve their score in any 3 subjects. See the notification for more details.

Higher Secondary Plus one Sports Quota Admission

Sunday, May 5, 2019 / 1 Comment
Higher Secondary Plus one sports quota admission process would commence from May 13th. There are two phases in the applying process. The first stage is to examine and confirm the excellence in sports. Online application would follow this. The marks would be proportional to the level of excellence in sports at national, state, district and sub district level. The govt has reserved 3331 seats for sports talents in govt schools and 3517 seats in aided schools.

The registration and verification for excellence in sports would be from 13th May to 21st. Applications can be submitted online from 15th to 22nd of May. The first allotment would be published in May 24th and the second allotment on 31st May.

Supplementary allotment would be conducted for those who couldn’t d get admission in the Sports quota main allotment. Students can apply for this from June 4th to 6th. The supplementary allotment would be published in 10th June.

Things to be done to apply for plus one sports quota admission


1.Fill Sports Achievement Registration Form Online at http://sports.hscap.kerala.gov.in/
2.Final Submission of Registration Form
3.Printout of Registration Slip
4.Visit District Sports Council Office Along with Slip and Originals of all Documents to Prove the Achievements.
5.Online submission of application for Plus one sports quota admission

At first, you should upload your certificates to Sports Council website and register. Then to prove your expertise, you should go to your District Sports Council with your original Sports certificates for verification process. (from May 13th to May 21st). It would be followed by online submission of application for Plus one.
Plus one Sports Quota Admission 2019-20
Kerala State Sports Council-Registration Portal(Phase -1)
How to register Sports achievements in Sports Council Portal
Apply Online-Sports Quota(Phase -II)
How to apply Sports-Online
Sports Quota Admission-Schedule and Guidelines
Plus one Single Window Admission
Higher Secondary Plus one Admissions 2019-20
HSCAP Admission Portal

SSLC Results March 2019

Saturday, May 4, 2019 / No Comments
Update: The results of the SSLC exam March 2019 published.
As the exam is over, the students would be anxiously waiting for results. SSLC exam of the academic year 2018-19 began on 13th of March 2019 and ended on 28th. 4,35,142 students appeared for the exam in 2932 centres in the state in the present year. Of this 1867 students are from private registration.

Valuation of answer scripts of SSLC exam commenced on 4th April 2019. Now, tabulation and other such final procedures are going on for the publication of results. Papers of full A+ scorers are also rescruitinized to avoid discrepancies if any. Of the full A+ scorers of the last academic year, 8935 students were from govt schools, 20537 students were from aided schools and the rest of them of unaided schools.

To become eligible for higher studies, a student must get a minimum D+ grade and the score percentage should be as given below for higher grades 

90-100 A+
80-89 A
70-79 B+
60-69 B
50-59 C+
40-49 C
30-39 D+

The results of the SSLC exam March 2019 are expected to be published on 6th May 2019 at 2PM. As soon as the results are out, the link to check school wise result, individual result and result analysis would be made available. The students can visit the links to check their results.
SSLC Results March 2019
SSLC March 2019 Results(Individual)-Portal 1
SSLC March 2019 Results(Individual)-Portal 2
SSLC March 2019 Results(Schoolwise)-Portal 1
SSLC March 2019 Results(Schoolwise)-Portal 2
SSLC March 2019 Results(Schoolwise)-Portal 3(EHS,NHS,Percentage and Full A+ Count)
SSLC Results Analyser March 2019
SSLC March 2019 Online Results Analyser
SSLC March 2019 Results Analyser(offline) by Alrahiman
SSLC March 2019 Results Analyser(offline) by Bibin C. Jacob
Single Window Admission 2019
Higher Secondary Plus One Single Window Admission 2019

General Transfer of Higher Secondary School Teachers

Thursday, May 2, 2019 / 1 Comment
Update: Higher secondary school teachers general transfer norms revised. Download GO(P) No.838/2019/Gen.Edn dtd 02.03.2019. Download Govt Order.

DHSE has invited online application for higher secondary teachers general transfer 2019-20. Download Circular.

Higher Secondary General Transfer 2019-20

The Department of Higher Secondary Education(DHSE) has issued revised norms and notification for transfers and posting of  Higher Secondary Teachers for the academic year 2019-20. The DHSE has invited online application for general transfer 2019-20. Teachers will be able to submit online application from 13th May 2019 to 17th May 2019. The Transfer process 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 May 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.

Schedule for Higher Secondary General Transfer 2019-20

Click the below link to download for Govt order on General Transfer norms for Govt Higher Secondary School Teachers. As per this order,2019-20 transfer process schedule is as given below-
Submission of application: 13-05-2019 to 17-05-2019
Probability list publication: Not Available
Submission of complaints: Not Available
Transfer Order: Not Available
Higher Secondary Transfer 2019-20
General transfer of Higher Secondary School Teachers 2019-20. Notification dtd 08-05-2019
General transfer of Higher Secondary School Teachers 2019-20. Notification dtd 02-03-2019
General transfer of Higher Secondary School Teachers-Revised Norms. GO(P) No.838/2019/Gen.Edn dtd 02.03.2019
Online Portal for Higher Secondary General Transfer
Related Downloads
General transfer of Higher Secondary School Teachers - KAT Judgement-Govt Order GO(P) No. 138/2018 Gen.Edn dtd 03.10.2018
General transfer of higher secondary school teachers - criteria and guidelines -order amended -orders issued G.O(P)No.01-G.Edn dtd 09-02-2018
General Transfer Norms for Higher Secondary School Teachers amended. GO (P) No. 10/2017/Gen Edn dtd 15-05-2017
General Transfer Norms for Higher Secondary School Teachers. GO (P) No. 06/2017/Gen Edn dtd 03-04-2017
General Transfer Norms,Application form and Notification for Higher Secondary School Principals.
Transfer list of Govt Higher Secondary School Principals published. Download GO(Rt) No. 1937/2018/Gen.Edn dtd 25-05-2018
Previous Circular/GOs
General Transfer Norms of Govt Employees. G.O(P)No.3-2017-P&ARD dtd 25.02.2017
General Education Department- Alappuzha district- Perumbalam dweep school included in remote area list- approved-orders issued G.O(Ms)No.92-2017-G.Edn dtd 09.08.2017
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
Hand Book
Handbook on important orders circulars on general transfer of State Govt Employees upto 31.12.2014