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Higher Secondary Plus One/Plus Two Results March 2019

Friday, April 19, 2019 / 5 Comments
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 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.
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Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) Result March 2019


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.
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Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) Result March 2019

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 notification.

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.

How to Be a Good Presiding Officer-Election Tips

Thursday, April 18, 2019 / 5 Comments
It is observed that in each election the Presiding Officers generally confused with lot of formalities to be done during, before and after the closing of Election. The presiding Officer is the in-charge of the Polling Station and has lot of work to be done in the previous and on the polling day. He is continuously under constant pressure till the submission of election material along with Ballot Boxes or EVM whatever it may be. The Presiding Officer should ensure all the formalities are done in a perfect manner. Now we want to laid some tips & links for the Presiding & Polling Officers which will help them in completing all formalities without any discrepancy.

The first and foremost prerequisite for Presiding Officer is to attend the training sections seriously. Even if you have worked as a Presiding Officer in some earlier elections, you are required to attend the training sections in a very serious and sincere manner. You are required to study carefully the Presiding Officers Hand book provided to you during the training. You should note down your doubts, confusions and never enter the polling stations with the confused mind.

Disclaimer: It may be noted that this tips cannot be treated as exhaustive in all respects or as a substitute reference for various provisions of election law governing the conduct of elections. Whenever you are in doubt as to the clarity of instructions contained here in, reference should be made to the corresponding Acts and Rules
General Election to Lok Sabha 2019-Presentations
Training for Polling officials-Presentation File-District Training Team Trivandrum
Training for Polling officials-Presentation File-District Training Team Alappuzha
Training for Polling officials-Presentation File-District Training Team Malappuram
Training for Polling officials-Presentation(Phase-1) by District Training Team Kasaragod
Training for Polling officials-Presentation(Phase-2) by District Training Team Kasaragod
Training for Polling officials-Presentation by Aroor LAC
Training for Polling officials-Presentation by Kannur
Training for Polling officials-Presentation
Election 2019-Tips & Guidelines
How to be a good Presiding Officer-Election Tips by Jose K Jose, Deputy Tahasildar, Taluk Office,Idukki
Election 2019-Tips by Anoop M. R, Section Officer, Health & Family Welfare Department, Government Secretariat, Trivandrum(Last updated on 16.04.2019)
Duties of Presiding Officer & Polling Team Prepared by District Election Team, Trivandrum
Election Tips by Sreejit P K, HSST Computer Science, GHSS Moolankave, Wayanad
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Election 2019-Software & Apps
Poll Manager(eDooth) App for Polling Officials | Help
Voter Helpline Android App by Election Commission of India (To search name in the voter list and many more features)

Kerala Entrance KEAM Registration,Time Table,Syllabus and Guidelines

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 / 22 Comments

Update: Kerala Entrance Examination KEAM 2019-Admit card now available for download. Download KEAM 2019 Admit Card | Circular.

Kerala Entrance Examination KEAM 2019-Download Admit Card

Candidates who have applied for Engineering/Pharmcy courses(KEAM 2019) can download and Print the Admit Card. Color printout of the admit card is preferable for proper identification of the candidates.

Kerala Entrance Examination KEAM 2019

Applications are invited for admission to Engineering, Architecture/Pharmacy/Medical related courses in various professional colleges in the state. Students can apply for different engineering courses in Kerala Agriculture University, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Science University, Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies and B.arch apart from MBBS, BDS, BHMS (Unani), B.Pharm, B.Sc(Hon’s) and Agriculture courses.

The eligible candidates willing to apply for above said courses should apply online from 03-02-2019 to 28-02-2019 through www.cee.kerala.gov.in, the website of the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations. No hard copies of the application or documents need to be sent to the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations.

KEAM 2019 Exam Pattern and Time Schedule

Date & TimeTimeSubject
02-05-2019(Thursday) 10 AM to 12.30 PMPaper I Physics & Chemistry
03-05-2019(Friday) 10 AM to 12.30 PMPaper II Mathematics

The state Entrance Exam of 2019(KEAM 2019) will be held in various centres on 2nd and 3rd of May 2019. As it was held in the previous year, there will be exam centres in 14 districts in Kerala, Mumbai and New Delhi. To qualify the entrance test, the candidates must score minimum 10 marks in each paper (Paper 1 and 2). Though it is not applicable to SC / ST category candidates, they must appear for both the papers and answer a question at the least.

The entrance examination is conducted by the State Entrance Exam for admission to engineering courses only. For B.Pharm admission, the students must appear for Paper 1 (Physics and Chemistry) of Engineering Entrance Exam and qualify it. There is no separate entrance exam for admission to B.Arch courses and Medical/other related courses. It is mandatory for the students to appear for National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted at the national level by Council of Architecture (COA) and should become eligible before 10.06.2019. The scores obtained in NATA and the qualifying exam would be equally considered for the preparation of the rank list.

The students willing to get admission to courses related to Medicine, should get through the National eligibility cum entrance test (NEET – UG) 2019 conducted at the national level. For admission to MBBS/BDS courses, the candidates should satisfy the eligibility criteria mentioned in the NEET UG 2019 information bulletin and for medical related courses, should get a minimum score of 20 in the NEET UG 2019 entrance exam. SC/ST category candidates are exempted from this as per the KEAM 2019 prospectus. Indians only, need apply. The card holders of Person of Indian Origin (PIO), Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) would be considered as Indian citizen for admission purpose only whereas they are not entitled to any reservation benefits.

KEAM 2019 Rank List

Three separate rank lists for admission to MBBS, BDS courses, Ayurveda and other courses related to Medicine would be published by the Commissioner of Entrance Exam.

KEAM 2019 Application Fee

ExamGeneralSC
a.Engineering only/B.Pharm only/both 700300
b.Architecture only/Medical & Allied only/both 500200
Both (a) & (b) 900400
There is no fee for ST category.

Application fee can be remitted either online or in all head/sub post offices in Kerala by using e-chalan which would be made available at the time of submission of application. Fee can also be paid by using e-chalan in the selected brances of SBT. Candidates of Dubai exam centre have to pay Rs.12,000/- more by online or e-chalan apart from application fee.

KEAM 2019-How to Apply Online

The web address of cee kerala for applying online for KEAM is www.cee.kerala.gov.in . There are 6 easy steps to submit the KEAM 2019 online application. Candidates should complete all steps before the last date of submission of application. The Pre-requisites for applying KEAM 2019 online are:

1. Candidate’s recent Photograph.
2. Candidate’s Signature
3. Email ID and Mobile Number
4. Birth Certificate/SSLC/Passport(Copy may be attached as a proof of nativity and date of birth, along with the printout of application)
5. Income Certificate ( for any fee concession/scholarship/other benefit.Original copy should be submitted along with the printout of application)
6. Non-Creamy Layer Certificate/Community Certificate(If you have any claim for communal reservation. Original copy should be submitted with printout)
7. Certificate for Special Reservation(If you claim any special reservation. Original copy should be submitted with printout).

For more details, click the link to download the help file. Download Guidelines for applying KEAM 2019 Online

KEAM 2019 Help Line Phone Numbers

To help the students for submission of online application, facilitation centres are arranged in all govt / aided Higher Secondary Schools, Vocational Higher Secondary Schools and Akshaya centres in all the districts in the state. Check the site for the list of facilitation centres.

KEAM 2019 Counselling

Admission to state quota seats in govt medical / dental colleges and all other seats including NRI in private medical / dental colleges is done through the centralized counselling of Entrance Exam Commissioner.
• For MBBS, BDS, Medicine / related courses admission - must qualify - CBSE conducted NEET UG.
• For Engineering admission - qualify - State Entrance Exam Commissioner’s Engineering entrance test.
• For Architecture courses – qualify - Council of Architecture’s NATA.
• For B.Pharm admission – paper 1 (Physics & Chemistry) of State Entrance Exam Commissioner’s Engineering entrance test.
• Submission of the following details to the Entrance Exam Commissioner is must .
Medical / related courses - NEET UG 2019 details
Engineering courses - plus two exam marks in the subjects concerned
Architecture - NATA score and marks of the qualifying exam
• Those who fail to qualify as per cl.(6) of the prospectus will not be considered for admission to professional degree courses.
For notification, detailed prospectus, guidelines for online submission of application, publication of rank list, allotments etc. visit the website www.cee-kerala.gov.in.
KEAM 2019 Downloads
Kerala Entrance(KEAM 2019) Revised Schedule
Kerala Entrance(KEAM 2019) Prospectus ,syllabus
Kerala Entrance(KEAM 2019) Guidelines(Malayalam)
KEAM 2019 -Time Table(Revised)
KEAM 2019 Medical & Allied Courses-Notification
How to Applay Online KEAM 2019
KEAM 2019-Frequently Asked Questions
KEAM 2019-Maths Solved Question Paper
KEAM 2019 Online Portal
KEAM 2019 Apply Online
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NATA 2019
NEET 2019
Entrance Exam Directory

Degree and Trade Course in CIFNET

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Applications are invited by the Central Institute of Fisheries Nautical and Engineering Training for Bachelor of Fisheries Science (4 years), Vessel Navigator and Marine Fitter (2 years) courses.

The Nautical Science Programme of Cochin Science and Technology University is recognized by the Director General of Shipping. The course syllabus includes practical training in fishing boat too.

The applicants should have passed Plus Two with 50% of marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Maths. Equal weightage will be given to the entrance exam score to be conducted in June and the Plus Two score. The rank list will be prepared accordingly for admission.

There would be objective type questions in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths and English for admission test. Each right answer would be given one mark where as 1/4 mark would be reduced for each wrong answer. Kochi also will be one of the exam centres.

Training will be imparted in Navigator Course of 2 year duration, conducted as per Craftsman Training project of NCVT, Marine Fitter Courses, ship deck and engine trades. The students who have passed 10th standard with 40% of marks in Maths and Science too can apply. Entrance exam will be on 22nd June. Kochi too is an exam venue. The students doing the course would be getting Rs.1500/- as stipend.

Filled in application and the related documents should be sent to The Director, CIFNET, Fine Arts Avenue, Kochi – 682016. The applications would be received till 16th of May 2019. For application and more details, visit, http://www.cifnet.gov.in

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-NEET

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UPDATE: The candidates can now download NEET admit card of NEET UG 2019 Circular | Download Admit Card

NEET UG 2019 Admit Card 2019

Candidates can download the NEET UG 2019 Admit card from NEET website.

NEET 2019

NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is an entrance exam conducted for the Higher Secondary students who aspire to hold a medical career. National Testing Agency(NTA) conducts the exam and publish the rank list. But admission to Post Graduate courses and M.B.B.S in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) and Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) will not come under NEET. 

Eligibility for NEET 2019

Plus Two(10+2) passed out students or the students who are to appear in the exam of the present year(2019) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Technology and English as subjects of study in the group chosen by them. The percentage of marks for the Physics, Chemistry, Biology(PCB) group students who belong to General Category should be 50%, for the physically disabled 45% and for the SC / ST / OBC category, it is 40%. For more details read the NEET information Bulletin.

NEET 2019 Rank List

The State rank list will be prepared from the National rank list by choosing the deserving candidates for admission in Kerala. Admission in Kerala will be based on this. The candidates appearing for NEET 2019 should also submit online application to the Commissioner of Kerala Entrance Exam like those applying for Kerala Engineering Entrance.

NEET 2019 Syllabus and Pattern of Question

Success in NEET depends on the scoring rate in biology questions. Of the 180 questions, there will be 90 questions from biology and 45 questions each from physics and chemistry and the total marks will be 720.  


SubjectQuestionsMarks
Botany 45180
Zoology 45180
Physics 45180
Chemistry 45180
Total 180720
The Syllabus of NEET(UG)-2019 will be exactly same as it was for NEET(UG), 2018. There is no change in the syllabus for NEET(UG)-2019.Students were allowed to write NEET examination in 11 languages including English and Hindi.

How to submit NEET 2019 Online Application

To apply NEET 2019,Log on to www.ntaneet.nic.in . Before submitting online application,download the information bulletin and read it carefully to understand the eligibility criteria and other requirements for submission of NEET 2019 application online. 

NEET 2019 Fee Details

Rs.1400/- should be remitted towards application fee by the General/OBC category and it is Rs.750/- for the SC/ST and PH category for admission to NEET 2019 entrance examination.

Schedule of NEET 2019 Examination

On-line submission of application: 01-11-2018 to 07-12-2018
Last date for successful final transaction of fee:01-11-2018 to 01.12.2018
Date of uploading of Admit Cards on website: 15-04-2019
Date of Examination, NEET (UG) - 2019: 05-05-2019
Declaration of Result: 
05-06-2019

Click the below link for National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) online application, previous questions, answer key,information brochure and syllabus.
NEET 2019 Downloads
Correction facility for Candidates of NEET (UG) - 2019
NEET 2019-Removal of upper age limit and last date extension-circular
KEAM 2019-Medical & Allied courses-Notification
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) Information Brochure 2019
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) Admission Notice 2019
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) 2019 Exam Centers
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) 2019 Syllabus
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) 2019-Frequently Asked Questions
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) 2018 Online Application Portal
NEET Previous Question Paper and Answer Key
NEET 2018 Question Paper | Answer Key | Solved Chemistry Question
NEET 2017 Question Paper | Answer Key
NEET 2016 Question Paper 2016(Phase 1) | Answer Key
NEET Question Paper 2016(Phase 2) | Answer Key
NEET 2013 Question Paper and Answer Key

ICT Training for Higher Secondary Teachers

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As part of General Education Protection Mission, it has been decided to impart various training programmes on ICT enabled teaching – learning process to all the teachers and students in our state. With regard to this, 4 days training programme on ICT based educational process, resource preparation, introducing Samagra online portal etc to all the Higher Secondary teachers in the state has been planned.

ICT Training in Vacation

It is mandatory for all the Higher Secondary teachers to participate in the ICT training in the vacation. This training programme is arranged in such a way that various subjects are conjoined and common modules are prepared. The list of several subject groups with subjects included in each group are given below. Teachers should participate in the training programme in the groups with their subjects only.

ICT Training Schedule

Vacational ICT training will be completed in the month of May. The training hours will be from 9.30 in the morning to 4.30 in the evening. The participating teachers would be eligible to get Rs.125/- per day towards honorarium. Each batch would consist of 30 teachers. Teachers can opt their district, training centres and batch according to their convenience. Priority will be to those who register first. Teachers should participate compulsorily in the batch that they have registered.
ICT Training schedule as directed by KITE (it@school) is given below.

Spell 1 – from 13th May to 16th May
Spell 2 – from 17th May to 21st May
Spell 3 – from 22nd May to 25th May
Spell 4 – from 27th May to 30th May

The given time schedule is tentative.

Subject Group for HSS ICT Training

12 subject groups are available for Higher Secondary ICT Training.

Online Registration for ICT Training

(Watch this video How to register for ICT Training)

To enter the details of the teachers participating in the ICT training programme, log in to ‘Training Management System’ prepared by KITE.

Step 1: Select ‘Training Management’ option from Service menu in KITE portal. Type user name and password to log in. The school details can be seen now.

Step 2: Select the menu ‘ICT Registration’ from the menu.


All teachers of a school would be listed here. ‘Edit’ button is there, against the name of each teacher. While the ‘edit’ button is clicked, the teachers’ details can be seen on the window.

Step 3: To complete the registration process, give bank details, IFSC code etc. As soon as the details are entered, branch name of the bank would be displayed. Then enter the bank account number. Choose HSST for category. 11 subject groups are seen in the subject options. Select your subject group from this.

ICT Training details shall be given now. First, select the district. You can have your choice of any district here. The training centres for subject concerned, in the district chosen will be displayed. After selecting the centre, you can select the batch. Then click ‘update’ and save.

Updates and resources in connection with the Higher Secondary training will be shared here as and when it is made available.
ICT Training for Higher Secondary Teachers 2019
ICT Training 2019-Registration. DHSE circular dtd 04.04.2019
ICT Training 2019-circular dtd 29.03.2019
ICT Training 2019-DPI circular dtd 28.03.2019
ICT Training for Higher Secondary Teachers
KITE Training Management System 2019-Online Portal
KITE Training Management System-User Manual
KITE Training Management System-Video Help
Samagra Portal Registration-User Guide
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School Protection Group

Monday, April 15, 2019 / No Comments
All higher secondary schools in the state are directed to form a School Protection Group as per circular No 16/2011 dated 28/06/2011 by the State Police Chief.

The main purpose of forming a protection group is to provide safety to children from becoming victims of illegal activities. The head of the institution or PTA president will chair the group. Ward member or ward councilor, school leader, 2 parents, 2 teachers, one merchant of the locality, one auto driver, SPC representative and some other residents of the area would be the members of the group.

Their responsibilities include, ensuring traffic safety in the school surroundings, being vigilant to get information regarding selling of drugs, narcotic substances, tobacco products and other such items and pornographic materials, getting info about students who cut classes and loiter in the vicinity and watching persons who may misguide or tempt children from wrong doings.

The School Protection group should function in complete cooperation with the District Police Chiefs and the Local Bodies.
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School Protection Group-Circular by DHSE
School Protection Group-Guidelines