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Salary Challenge and Rebuilding Kerala

Saturday, September 15, 2018 / No Comments

Kerala Flood Relief - One month salary of Govt Employees to CMDRF

As the govt is striving to mobilize resources to outlive the deluge that has damaged the complete state, the Chief Minister has urged all the govt employees to contribute generously their one month salary towards disaster relief fund. It has been estimated that the state is badly in need of nearly Rs.30,000/- crores to recover and revamp our devastated regions and condition of flood victims. It is expected that the salary contribution of the employees would bring Rs.3800/- crores to the relief fund. Under these circumstances, the govt employees and pensioners are asked to contribute their salary and pension amount to Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund.

One month salary/pension is calculated as per the gross salary for the month of September 2018 and the amount will be deducted from the salary of this month. It can be done in a single term or 10 terms. If any contribution had already been given, the amount can be deducted from the gross salary amount to be paid on production of receipt to the DDO concerned.

Guidelines

To ease the disbursal of salary to disaster relief fund, the govt has issued certain guidelines.
Instead of cutting of the salary amount, PF amount deposited can be used or one can avail of PF loan, the repayment of which has been relaxed for 10 months. In the case of employees retiring before the loan repayment period, the balance amount will be fixed up in DDRG. 

Or the employees can surrender their earned leave of 30 days. Those who have already surrendered it will be provided with one more chance to do it again so that it can be contributed to the flood relief fund instead of deduction from salary. An application for these can be submitted at once. 

Moreover pay revision arrear eligible employees can credit the same to relief fund and the rest of the amount to be paid can be deducted from salary. 

The DDOs concerned should make income tax deduction in this financial year for the salary amount contributed towards relief fund under 80G norms. It is the responsibility of the DDOs that the contribution amount collected thus have to be remitted in the account opened for this purpose. 

Those who don’t agree with this Salary challenge campaign must give a statement stating their reluctance to the DDOs concerned before 22nd September 2018. Govt order and Circular regarding this, the statement for those in need of showing reluctance etc:- are given below.
Downloads
Kerala Flood Relief-Guidelines to contribute one month salary of Govt Employees to CMDRF. GO(P)No 144/2018/Fin dated 11.09.2018

Students' Contribution in Rebuilding Kerala

Monday, September 10, 2018 / No Comments
The Chief Minister of Kerala, Sri. Pinarayi Vijayan has urged all the students to contribute the flood victims and rebuilding Kerala after the deluge. As the future of our nation relies on students, the Chief Minister feels the participation of students is of much importance and hence he demands them to lend a helping hand while our state is striving to mobilize resources to overcome this disaster. Even though, the students have already begun their valuable ideal service in cash and in kind, this opportunity paves way for all those who couldn’t render their service early.

The amount towards flood relief will be collected from the students in all educational institutions on 11th and 12th of September 2018.

The Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) has arranged a technical arrangement to collect money to Chief Minister’s relief fund from all educational institutions in the state and to have a record of such accounts. 

The amount collected by each educational institution should be entered in ‘Sampoorna’ School Management software. The collected amount can be paid to the bank account of General Education Department by online SBI portal or by chalan through its branches. The fund collection details must be entered in the portal www.sampoorna.itschool.gov.in. 

The primary and High schools can log in to the portal with their current ‘Sampoorna’ log in details whereas the Higher Secondary and Vocational Higher Secondary schools should use Hscap Admin log in details to enter into the portal. The institutions following other than state syllabus like CBSE / ICSE should newly register with the Sampoorna link.

Higher Secondary Login in Sampoorna

Step 1:  Click the link https://sampoorna.itschool.gov.in:446/

Step 2: Higher Secondary and Vocational Higher Secondary schools should use Hscap Admin log in details to enter into the portal.

Step 3:  Fill the amount and click the Save button

Challan Generation

The challan generation link is also available in the Sampoorna Portal. User Manual available in the following link

The user manual for updating the fund collection details in Sampoorna, the Chief Minister’s message to be read out in the assembly, circular regarding this etc are given in the link below.

Circulars
Flood relief fund Collection date extended. Circular dtd 10.09.2018
Flood relied fund Collection-Chief Minister's Message(Message to be read in the school assembly)
Flood relied fund Collection-Message from DPI
Flood relied fund Collection-Guidelines Circular :No.ACD.C.2/125872/2018/HSE dated 06.09.2018
User Manual & Portal links
Flood relief fund Collection- Sampoorna Portal Management for HSS-User Manual(updated)
Sampoorna Portal
Flood relief fund Collection- Challan generation

Student Solar Ambassadors at IIT Bombay

Sunday, September 9, 2018 / No Comments

IIT Workshop On ‘Student Solar Ambassadors’ for Plus Two Students

The Department of Energy Science and Engineering, IIT Bombay invites applications from the Higher Secondary students studying in the second year for a one day workshop on ‘Students Solar Ambassadors’ on 2nd October 2018 as part of its Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

The workshop is aimed at creating awareness among the students on solar energy, one of the renewable resources of energy which is sustainable and inexhaustible unlike fossil fuels. The selected participants will be given training on making solar lamp and the same would be supplied to them. Of the total 1,00,000 participating students, 50 students will be selected from our state.

Eligibility

The selection criteria is that they should have obtained the maximum score(100%) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in plus one examination conducted in March 2018.

How to Apply

The principals concerned should forward the applications of such students of their institution in the prescribed format on or before 11th September 2018 to

The State Co-ordinator,
Career Guidance and Adolescent counselling cell,
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education,
Housing Board Buildings,
Santhi Nagar,
Thiruvananthapuram.

Click the link below for the circular regarding this and the prescribed format of application.
Downloads
Student Solar Ambassadors’ for Plus Two Students-Circular and Application form

Joint Entrance Exam(JEE) Application, Syllabus and Guidelines

Monday, September 3, 2018 / 3 Comments
Of the two JEE-Joint Entrance Exams Main of 2019 conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), the first one will be conducted in the month of January 2019. The candidates can submit their application online from 1st to 30th of September 2018. This exam is conducted mainly for admission to B.E/B.Tech,B.Arch/B.Planning courses in National Institute of Technology (NIT) , Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and Technical institutions run by Central Govt aid.

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for admission is that the students should have obtained 75% of marks in Higher Secondary Board examination (65% for SC & ST category ) or the cut off score of topmost 20% . Also, the candidates should have studied certain subjects in the qualifying exam. Chemistry / Bio Technology / Biology / Technical Vocational Subjects along with Mathematics and Physics at the Plus Two level is compulsory for admission to B.E / B.Tech courses and Mathematics for B.Arch / B.Planning courses.

There are two papers for examination. paper 1 is for admission to B.E / B.Tech courses and Paper 2 is for those aspiring to do B.Arch / B.Planning courses.

B.E/B.TECH: Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject.

B.ARCH./B.PLANNING: Passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics.

Application Fee

The General / OBC category applicants writing any one of the exams in the centres chosen by them in India, should pay Rs.500/- and SC & ST category and female candidates need pay only Rs.250/- towards application fee. To appear for both the papers, the fee to paid is Rs.1300/ 650 respectively.

The second exam of JEE Main 2019 will be held in the month of April. Applications can be submitted from February 8th 2019. One can appear for any one of the exams or both. In the case of the students appearing for both the exams, the better of the two scores that they obtain will be considered for admission.

Applications can be submitted only through online. Those willing to attend the interview should qualify the main exam too. The JEE main rank will be considered for admission in IISER, IISC, IIST and scholarships for Higher Education.

Mode of Examination
Paper
Subjects & Type of Exam
Mode of Exam
Paper-1 (B.E./B. Tech.) of JEE(Main) Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
(Objective type with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics)
Computer Based Examination mode.
Paper-2 (B. Arch./B. Planning.) of JEE (Main) Mathematics – Part I(Objective type),
Aptitude Test – Part II(Objective type),
Drawing Test – Part III(Questions to test drawing aptitude)
Part I and Part II in Computer Based Examination mode
Part III in Pen and Paper Based(offline) 

Important Dates

Important dates for first and scond attempt is given below

Click the below lonks for JEE Main details, online application methods, previous question papers and tips for JEE exam.
JEE 2019 Downloads
Joint Entrance Exam(JEE)-2019 Guidelines(for first attempt)
Joint Entrance Exam(JEE)-2019 Syllabus
Joint Entrance Exam(JEE)-2019 Information Notice
Joint Entrance Exam(JEE)-Online Application Portal
Joint Entrance Exam(JEE)-Thing to keep in hand before applying
JEE Tips & Tricks
Entrance Exam: Prepare the Better,Perform the Best(Tips & Tricks)

Plus One Improvement Exam August 2018 Question Paper and Answer Key

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Higher Secondary First Year Improvement examination of the academic year 2018-19 commenced on August 2nd and ended on 13th of August. Valuation of answer scripts would begin in the month of  September. The first spell of valuation is scheduled to begin from 10th September 2018. Results are likely to be published in the month of October.

The valuation of answer scripts of improvement exam will be based on the answer key published by the DHSE. Answer key would be published after the scheme finalization.

The question paper and answer key of the improvement exam of the Higher Secondary First year, conducted in the month of August 2018 can be downloaded from the link below in PDF format, as and when made available.
Question Paper
Answer Key
XI English IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Malayalam IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Hindi IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Arabic IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Physics IMP August 2018Answer Key official | unofficial
XI Chemistry IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Mathematics(Science) IMP August 2018Answer Key official | unofficial
XI Mathematics(Commerce) IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Biology IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Computer Science IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI History IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Sociology IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Economics IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Political Science IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Geography IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Accountancy CA IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Accountancy AFS IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Computer Application(Commerce) IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Computer Application(Humanities) IMP August 2018Answer Key
XI Business Studies IMP August 2018Answer Key

Revaluation Result of Higher Secondary Examinations

Friday, August 31, 2018 / 127 Comments
Update: Revaluation and Scrutiny result of the Higher Secondary First year (Plus one) March 2018 examination published. Check Now.

First Year Revaluation Result March 2018

Revaluation and Scrutiny result of the first year Higher Secondary Examination March 2018 results are published. The result links are available here.
Plus One Revaluation/Scrutiny Result March 2018
First Year(Plus One) March 2018 Revaluation result(published on 30.08.2018)
First Year(Plus One) March 2018 Scrutiny result(published on 30.08.2018)

Second Year Revaluation Result March 2018

Those students who have change of scores on revaluation shall submit their original scoring sheet along with a request to effect the change through the concerned Principal with in one month for effecting the change of marks. Higher Secondary Second year March 2018 Revaluation results can be downloaded from the link below after the official declaration.
Plus Two Revaluation/Scrutiny Result March 2018
Second Year(Plus Two) March 2018 Revaluation/Scrutiny Result (published on 30.06.2018)
Related Circular
How to refund revaluation fee? Guidelines

Higher Secondary Plus One Single Window Admission

Wednesday, August 29, 2018 / 57 Comments

Plus One State wide School/Combination Transfer Allotment & Vacant seat  Admission

Statewide school/Combination transfer allotment results published. Last date for admissions is on 3rd September 2018. Click the below link for allotment result and details.

Single Window Third Suppli Allotment
Statewide School/Combination Transfer Allotment Result
Transfer Allotment & Vacant Quota Allotment-Instructions to students
Single Window Admission Portal
HSCAP Portal
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.
Single Window Admission Downloads
No need of undertaking for CBSE 2018 pass students. Circular dtd 30.05.2018
Higher Secondary Plus One Single Window Admission-Revised Schedule published on 19.05.2018
Higher Secondary Plus One Admission Single Window Prospectus 2018-19
How to Apply Online ? (Help File)
Instructions to Single Window Applicants by DHSE
Documents to be submitted along with the Single window application form
Higher Secondary Single Window Admission Portal HSCAP (Apply Online)
Single Window Sports Quota Admission
Higher Secondary Plus One Sports Quota Admission 2018-19
Related Downloads
Single Window Admission- Frequently Asked Questions
Sample Worksheet for Option Entry
Higher Secondary Subject Combinations and Codes
Single Window Admission Tools
View Last Rank & WGPA Calculator : Online Software | Help File
Offline WGPA Calculator(MsExcel)
Focus Point (Single Window Admission Assistant-MsAccess)
Undertaking to be submitted by CBSE applicants(No need of undertaking for CBSE 2018 pass students): CBSE Bond Printer(MsExcel) Software | PDF

When to apply for Plus One admission?

Update: Online Submission of Applications For Plus One Admission in Merit Quota (Single Window System) commences on 9th May 2018. 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 2017 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 2018

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 2018

The Single Window Admission schedule for the academic year 2018-19 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: 09-05-2018 Closing of Online Submission of Application: 31-05-2018 Publication of Trial Allotment: 05-06-2018 Publication of First Allotment: 12-06-2018 Publication of Second Allotment: 18-06-2018 Commencement of Classes: 21-06-2018