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Lock down, Work arrangement and Presence in Government office & Schools

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 / 1 Comment

In the present situation of global pandemic of Covid 19, several GOs have been published regarding the presence of the govt employees & teachers from the starting period of declaration of lock down  March 2020 to till date. As there are some doubts to the govt employees, regarding the GOs and work arrangement, to make it clear, let us have a glance at all the Govt Orders published till the present day. 

1. March 2020 

50% of group B,C and D employees should be present and Saturday will be a holiday for all govt offices.
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General Administration Department -coronavirus -holiday -declared to all educational institutions reg G.O(Ms)No.41-GAD dtd 11-03-2020
General Education Department - Corona Virus (Covid-19)-immediate action reg G.O(Rt)No.1264-G.Edn dtd 11-03-2020
General Education Department - Corona Virus (Covid-19)-immediate action -clarification G.O(Rt)No.1335/2020-G.Edn dtd 18-03-2020
GO(Rt) No. 1247/2020/GAD dtd 20-03-2020
Almost all govt offices except the very necessary or emergency service departments like Secretariat, various Directorates, Health Services, Police, Civil Supplies, Fire etc remained closed till 17/04/2020.
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GO(MS) No. 49/2020 GAD dtd 23-03-2020
Hsslive-General Education Department - COVID -19 - Strengthening of surveillance measures and Construction of COVID-19 Cell in General Education Department - Orders issued. - G.O.(Rt) No. 1402-GEDN.pdf dtd 24-03-2020
The payment of wages of Contractual-Casual-Daily wage-Outsourced Staff during lock down period due to COVID. GO(P) No. 33/2020/Fin dtd 26-03-2020
General Administration Department - COVID19 - Government offices and employees - restrictions - revised order - G.O.(Rt) No. 1282-GAD dtd 27-03-2020

2. April 2020 

From 18/04/2020, class 1&2 govt employees should have to be present 5 days a week. Saturday is a holiday. For class 3 & 4 employees, the presence ratio should be 33%. This existed till 22/04/2020. 
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The payment of wages of Contractual-Casual-Daily wage-Outsourced Staff during lock down period due to COVID-clarification-GO(P) No. 40/2020/Fin dtd 09-04-2020
Circular No. 90.SS.1./2020/GAD dtd 11-04-2020
GO(MS) No. 78/2020/GAD dtd 17-04-2020
Very least number of employees from Red zone districts and hot spot areas, 33% of employees in Secretariat and Directorate, in all other offices except Red zone and hot spot 50 % of employees of A & B category, 33% of B & C category should have to be present. Physically handicapped, persons with severe illness, pregnant women and parents with children below 5 years should be exempted from work. This situation was from 23/04/2020 to 18/05/2020 
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Circular No. SS 1/91/2020/GAD dtd 22-04-2020

3. May 2020 

50% of all category employees should be present. After the declaration of lock down, the employees working in other districts and those who can’t be present to duty should be present before the collector of the district concerned. 
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GO(MS) No.99/2020/GAD dtd 18-05-2020 

4. June 2020 

Very few govt employees at the offices in the containment zone need present. All employees must have to be present in other places. Employees who are parents of physically disabled or severe illness, autism /cerebral parsley children, mother of children below one year, 7 months completed pregnant women etc be exempted. Also. Special casual leave can be allotted to the employees residing in the containment zone on producing an affidavit from the secretary from the LSGD concerned. This came into force from 07/06/2020 
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GO(MS) No. 112/2020 dtd 07-06-2020

Group B employees should be present on all days. Others be limited according the social distancing norms. Those who can’t reach other districts, can be present in the Collectorate or Panchayath with permission from their parent department. 
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GO(MS) No. 117/2020/GAD dtdt 18.06.2020

5. July 2020 

With effect from 01/07/2020(Go No. 112 & 117 – continuation). In the office where social distancing can’t be followed for work arrangement, the head of the office concerned can take suitable decision for the presence of the Group D & C employees on alternative days or week. For the employees under quarantine, special causal leave for that period along with ‘work from home’. Pregnant women need not go to office instead, they should make arrangement for work from home. The order still prevails.
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Circular No. SS.1.236/2020/GAD dtd 01-07-2020
GO(MS) 128/2020 dtd 02-07-2020

6. September 2020 

All govt offices shall function with 100% attendance.
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Appointment, Approval, Rejoin after LWA and other leaves. Higher Secondary Education-Circular dtd 14.09.2020
Functioning of govt offices in full strength. GO(Rt) No-756-2020-dmd dtd 22-09-2020
Appointment, Approval, Rejoin after LWA and other leaves. General Education-Circular dtd 28.09.2020
Gazatted officers appointed as Sectoral officers. GO(Rt) No. 768/2020/DMD dtd 29.09.2020

7. October 2020

Pregnant officers, breast feeding mothers having kids less than one year, cancer patients and officers undergoing organ transplant are exempted from appearing directly in the office for the duty and they are allowed to work from home.
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Functioning of govt offices in full strength. Clarification  GO(rt) no. 814/2020/DMD dtd 14.10.2020

This would be helpful to mark in the attendance register along with the Order No in connection with it, in that period from 23rd of March 2020.

Higher Secondary Plus Two Certificate Correction. Apply Now !

Wednesday, September 9, 2020 / 2 Comments


The Higher Secondary schools in the state have started issuing the certificate for plus two students who have appeared for the public examination conducted in the month of March 2020. From this year, the certificate would have the different outlook with more details like name of the student, name of parent and date of birth etc. 

The guidelines for making correction in the Name of the student, Parents and Date of birth have been issued. The correction would be done based on the school records. 

How to Apply for Certificate Correction ? 

The application form published by the Higher Secondary Examination department should be filled with correct details under the supervision and the recommendation of the principal of the institution where the student has studied and it should be submitted to the secretary of the Examination wing of the Higher Secondary department. The address is given below. 

Joint Director(Exams)
O/o Director of General Education
Higher Secondary Wing
Housing Board Building 
Santhi Nagar
Trivandrum-1

Application Fee

Fee for issuing new certificate Rs. 40, remitted to Treasury Head of account 0202-01-102-97-03(Other receipts). Those who get their corrected certificate in person, should produce a copy of id card too.

The documents to be attached for correction are - 

a) Original Higher Secondary Certificate
b) Attested copy of SSLC/10th Certificate
c) Original Chalan receipt of Treasury for Rs. 40
d) Self-addressed envelope with postage stamp worth Rs.42(if the certificate is sent by post)

It should be remembered that the corrections would be done based on the school records only. Click the link below to download the application form and guidelines.
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Application for Higher Secondary Plus Two Certificate Correction

Die-in-harness:The perquisites and emoluments for the dependents of Govt Employees

Friday, August 14, 2020 / 1 Comment

There are certain things that the dependents of govt employees who die in harness are entitled to get. But, it has been seen that, most of the people who are dependents of such govt employees are finding it difficult to move with the process as there may not be availability of necessary documents to be produced or non submission of nominations etc, Even if such things are perfect, the process is getting delayed for the allocation of the amount to the dependents concerned. 

Moreover, the major fact is that the family in distress may not be mentally fit to move forward for the proper disposal of the monetary benefits they are entitled to. Their lack of knowledge in the matters is also another verity. 

Under these circumstances, the well-wishers and colleagues extend their help and enable them to follow the proper procedure for the amount to be sanctioned. Hence, it would be always advisable for all to ensure whether the nominations for GIS, SLI, GPF, FBS, DCRG etc have been filed or not and the SLI, GIS, GPF passbook entries are updated and attested by the higher authorities. 

Although, all the documents are perfect and process activated, it may consume much time for fund allocation. A booklet is prepared after a thorough perusal of all govt orders regarding this, with the purpose of disseminating the necessary knowledge on what the dependents of such govt employees deserve and the steps to be undertaken for getting it done etc. 

The commendable work was done by Adv.Sri.T.M.Sreekumar, a Retired Senior Superintendent, Office of the Inspector General of Registration, Vanchiyoor, Thiruvananthapuram. It would be also advisable to refer the latest GOs and norms too in connection with this as the techno-friendly methods are made available presently everywhere for submitting applications etc flawlessly and fastly. A few sample applications are also attached herewith.
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Die-in-harness:The perquisites and emoluments for the dependents of Govt Employees(e-Book)
Related Govt Orders
TR 59C Bill for submission of all claims realting to deceased employees. GO(p) No. 138/2019/fin dtd 14.10.2019
Write off loans of employees who have passed away while in service. GO(P) No. 139/2018/fin dtd 01.09.2018
GIS death claim-employees who have passed away while in service- GO(P) No.10/2019/Fin dtd 13-02-2019
NPS-compassionate allowance-employees who have passed away while in service. GO(P) No.141/2017/Fin dtd 08-11-2017
Write off loans of employees who have passed away while in service. GO(P) No. 91/17/fin dtd 17.07.2017

Economically Weaker Sections in General Category - 10% Reservation in Plus one Admission

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From this year, 10% of seats have been reserved for the students of forward communities who belong to economically backward section for admission to Higher Secondary course. They should fulfill the following criteria

The economically backward section of the forward communities are those not included in SC or ST or OBC. Siblings below 18 years of age and parents of the applicants will be eligible as ‘family eligible for economic reservation’.

The annual family income of such category should not exceed Rs. 4 lakhs excluding the benefits like family pension, unemployment wages, festival allowance, social security pension, retirement benefits, Travelling allowance, agricultural income from polders within limits etc. 

The family assets of the student should not exceed 2.5 acres in Grama Panchayath limits, 75 cents in Municipality area and 50 cents in Corporation limits. The total assets of the family in both Grama Panchayath and Municipality should not be beyond 2.5 acres of land and the limit for the same in both the Municipality and Corporation is 75 cents inclusive of fields and polders. 

The area of the house plot in corporation be not beyond 15 and 20 cents in Corporation and Municipality respectively. In the case of more than one house plot, the total area of all plots will be considered. 

The income will be based on the financial income of a year just prior to the submission to receive income and assets certificate. 

The families of Anthodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) and priority category (PHH ) ration card holders, not considering other criteria, will become eligible for economic reservation. 

The Higher Secondary Plus One applicants can visit the link www.hscap.kerala.gov.in for candidate log in as the provision for it is made available for making corrections. One time correction facility is now open for doing changes in the application details. It should be remembered that creating username and password is essential prior to this candidate log in for corrections. How to create the changes by visiting the site is presented in the link below. Click it clear your doubts.

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10% Reservation in Higher Secondary Admission for Economically Weaker Sections in General Category : Govt Order GO(Ms) No. 137/2020 Gen Edn dtd 11-08-2020
Annexure 1 & Annexure 2 for EWS Reservation
How to create candidate login?

Plus One Single Window-Certificates to be Produced at the time of Admission

Monday, August 10, 2020 / No Comments
At the time of Single Window admission to the Plus one classes, certain certificates should be produced in original by the students. 

Eligibility Certificate, TC and Conduct Certificate

Original copies of 10th eligibility certificate, TC, Conduct certificates are mandatory. If tie breaking or bonus points are applicable, copy of those certificates should be produced. 

Age Relaxation

Those who claim age relaxation, the original copies of order as given in the prospectus should be submitted. The applicants should have completed 15 years of age as on June 2020 but not beyond 20 years. Minimum age is not applicable to the students of Kerala State Board Examination. For age relaxation, up to 6 months can be claimed by producing a certificate from the Regional Deputy Director of Higher Secondary Education. Others can avail of 6 months of age relaxation before and after the said period. A certificate of age relaxation by Department of General Education be presented for climbing this.To claim age relaxation apart from this above said criteria, the applicants should get your certificate from the Secretary of Department of General education. 

IED Students

For Admission under IED section, a certificate from the organised medical board proving not less than 40 percentage of disability be submitted. 

Income Certificate & Caste Certificate

If the caste details given are not same as that of in SSLC certificate, caste certificate be presented. SC/ST/OEC students should get income certificate and caste certificate from the Revenue officer. 

Linguistic Minority 

The students coming under minority language quota, can claim the same if it is provided in their SSLC certificate or a certificate with letter head as per their membership register, by the secretary or chairman of the Minority Languages Association. 

Bonus Point for Taluk & Panchayath

For availing of bonus points for same Taluk and and Local Self Govt Dept, SSLC certificate bearing those info will do. If not, a ration card or nativity certificate be produced.

NCC/Scout Certificate

For NCC candidates, the certificate for 75 percentage of attendance by the Directorate be presented. The bonus points for Scouts and Guides will be for Puraskar recipients only. SPC cadets should present the certificate by the SPC project Kerala 

Jawan Priority

The dependents of Jawan of Army/Navy and Fire Force, the service certificate of the Jawan be produced. In the case of ex-servicemen, the certificate should be received from the Sainik Welfare Board. 

Swimming Certificate

For getting ‘2’ bonus points for swimming, a certificate from the Sports Councils formed by the Corporation of the applicant or the Municipality or the Grama panchayat.In the absence of these, it should be certified by the District Sports Council concerned, the certificate of Excellence for participation in competitions conducted by the Agencies recognized by the Kerala State Sports Council.

Tie-breaking Categories

For tie - breaking categories except NTSE should have been participated by the students during their 10th standard. For NTSE point, eligibility certificates from SCERT or NCERT at the time of studying 8 or 10 standard is essential. 

Extra Curricular Activities

For extra curricular and co curricular activities, the certificate must be received from the authorities concerned. For more details read circular dtd 04-08-2020. | Circular dtd 11-09-2020

How to e-file Income Tax Return 2020 Online?

Wednesday, August 5, 2020 / No Comments

It is time to do efiling income tax of 2019-20 and the last date for e-filing has been extended from 31st July to November 30th 2020. Rs.5000 would be the late filing fee. After 31st December, it would be Rs.10,000/- The late filing fee will not be more than Rs.1000/- for those with the taxable income below Rs.5 lakh. 

E filing should be submitted by those upto 60 years of age with above 2.5 lakh of income before having deduction of Chapter VI A (amount after professional tax, housing loan and interest only deducted from total income) and those of above 60 years old and income of more than Rs.3 lakh. ITR -I can be used by those with salary income, income from house property, bank interest, income like family pension and agricultural income upto Rs.5000/- 

Things to Remember before e-filing of Income Tax 2019-20 


* If PAN number is not registered in efiling site, it should be registered. Click here for help file
* PAN card can be linked with Aadhaar. Click here for help file 
* If 10E Relief was availed as per Section 89 in 2019-20, 10E should be prepared and submitted before efiling. Click here for help file
* If TDS to be get back, then, the bank account details must be pre-validated in E-filing portal before efiling. Click here for help file
* The complete amount reduced as TDS can be checked with Form16 Part A, downloaded and signed by the head of the institution from TRACES. Click here for help file
* If any Fixed Deposit accounts are there with any bank or any such firms, 26AS must be verified and in the case of any other income, that also should be added for tax calculation and TDS deducted and the rest of the amount be remitted before efiling. Click here for help file

Entering into Income Tax e-filing Site 

To open the income tax e-filing site, enter http://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in
Click log in and enter used id (PAN No) and password, captcha code. 

If any changes are to be done, it can be edited in ‘Update Profile Details’. But, it would be changed only when the OTP number in mobile and mail id is entered. 
Then click ‘Income Tax Return’ in e-file page. 
Select the Assessment year 2020–21
Select ITR Form No– ITR I 
Select in Filing type – Original/Revised return
Select ‘Prepare and submit online’ in submission mode 
Account details can be seen below, in ‘Bank Account Details’. 
Click below ‘Select Account for Refund credit’ 
While the prefill consent box opens – click ‘I agree’ to reach efiling page. 

Various tabs in the Income Tax Portal

Tax details, 
Part A General Information, 
Computation of Income Tax, 
Tax details, 
Tax paid and Verification, 
Schedule D1, 
Schedule 80 D, 
Schedule 80 G,
80 GGA.

Remember to click ‘Save Draft’ to save while entering details. If revising it after filing it already, ‘139(5) Revised’ be selected. 
Select ‘No’ for the question that is seen now, Are you filing Returns under seventh proviso of section 139(1)

In ‘Computation of Income Tax’ page, the details can be entered from 2019–20 income tax statement. There are separate pages for deduction under 80G to CMDRF and Medical insurance as per 80 D. It should be done first. 

How to do the main entries in Income Tax Portal

Total salary income can be added in B1(a) salary as per section 17 (1) (If any income received which can be exempted as per various statements of section 10, it should be added and then select ‘Nature of Exempt allowance’ in B(ii) and add the amount 
Standard deductions Rs.50,000/- be added 
Professional tax should be added in u/s 16 

(ii) *B2-entries are for Housing loan and interest only. Select - ‘self occupied’ in ‘Type of House Property’ *Housing loan interest be added in ‘Interest paybale on Borrowed capital’. Don’t enter minus symbol. 

Other source income like – Bank interest, Family Pension etc be shown in B3 – Income from Other Sources 

In Part C- ‘Deductions and Taxable Total Income’, enter the deductions under 80C to 80U in relevant boxes. 

After entry of deductions, if there is any investment / deposit/ payments between 1st April and 30th June 2020. click ‘yes’ or ‘No’ whichever is apt. For deductions of such deposits, select ‘yes’ and add details in ‘Schedule D1’ page (column no.3) 

Relief under 10E be added in D6 Relief U/S 89 (1)
Even though there is deduction or not as per Section 80D, data be entered in the page – Schedule 80D

CMDRF Entry Details

Name of Donee – Chief Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund 
Address _ Govt of Kerala 
City or Town or District – Thiruvananthapuram 
State code – Kerala 
Pincode – 695001 
PAN of Donee – AAAGD0584M 
Donations in cash – for donations done by cash only (upto Rs.2000) be done for deductions 
Donations done by other mode – Deductions from salary or other such 

In Tax paid and Verification page, entries in D12 & 14 can be verified and refund amount if any, also can be seen. Enter correctly the bank details. 

Click ‘Save Draft’ and check the entries made. Then add - Name and Father name in ‘Verification’ and select the suitable one in verification options 

'Submit’ button should be clicked only after confirming all entries. 


How to create, if password is forgotten? 

Click ‘forgot password’ in log in page and enter – User id (PAN no) and captcha code. Then select ‘Using OTP (PINS)’ in the next page click ‘continue’. Select the first option in the case of remembering registered mobile number and mail id else, select ‘New Email id and mobile number’ and enter the mobile number and mail id and select ‘26 AS TAN option’ to add TAN number and click ‘validate’. Now a new page would open. Create a new password and add in the two boxes. 

Revised Return After submission

If any corrections are to be done in the ‘Verified Returns’ , ‘Revised Return’ can be submitted in the same way. This can be done till 31st of July, before the completion of Income Tax Dept assessment. 

To remember - In the General Information page, select ‘IT Revised 139 (5) in A22- Return file * Add ‘Revised’ in whether ‘Original or Revised’ * Acknowledgement number of original return and date of filing original return be added in A25 – in under section 139 (5) Revised Return. 

Click the help file for more information .
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E-filing Income Tax 2019-20. Help File Prepared by Sudheer Kumar T K
Registration of PAN in E Filing Portal
Linking Aadhar Number with PAN
Submission of Form 10 E before Efiling Income Tax Return
Pre-validation of Bank Account
How to Download Form 26AS
How to Download Form 16
EVC Generation for E Verification

Paramedical & Nursing Admission 2020

Thursday, July 30, 2020 / No Comments
Admission to Paramedical and Nursing courses Applications are invited from the plus two passed out students for admission to Paramedical Degree courses in govt and self financing colleges in Kerala. 

The various courses under this stream are

1. B.Sc Nursing, 
2. B.Sc MLT(Medical Lab Technology), 
3. B.Sc Perfusion Technology, 
4. B.Sc MRT (Medical Radiological Technology), 
5. B.Sc Optometry, 
6. BPT Physiotherapy, 
7. BASLP (Audiology and Speech Language Pathology), 
8. BCVT (Cardio Vascular Technology) 
9. B.Sc Dialysis Technology. 

The admission to these courses will based on the score of the eligibility exam. So there would be a regularized criteria of marks of different streams like Kerala Higher Secondary, CBSE, CISCE, VHSE etc. There is no entrance exam. 

The applications should be submitted to the LBS centre of Technology, an LSGD of Kerala govt. Eligibility Admission is generally given to Keralites only. The applicants under PIO or OCI category also can apply. 

For Nursing, MLT, Optometry courses, the candidates should have obtained a 50% of total marks of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English in their qualifying exam. 

For admission to BASLP, a total of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Maths or Computer Science or Statistics or Electronics or Psychology. 

For MRT and Dialysis courses, a total of 50% marks of Physics, Chemistry and Biology is necessary. 

In the case of OBC Non – creamy layer, 45% of marks in the above said criteria will do. Just qualifying the exam is enough for the SC & ST category students. The applicants should have completed 17 years of age on 31st December 2020. There is no upper age limit except for those under service quota. 

Seats available 

Government seats would be as of allotted by the director of the LBS. Govt quota is available at govt colleges, Self financing colleges of govt undertaking, Private self financing colleges that are in agreement with the government. 20% of the seats in Minority colleges would be filled by the applicants of the community concerned, under merit. Management seats are those except the govt seats. 

Duration and course fee 

* Four years is the normal duration of the course 
* Rs.20,000/ would be the yearly fee in govt colleges. 

Reservation Allotment 

Reservation would be given as per norms, for nominees of state govt, physically disabled (5% in state quota), ex-service men, soldiers, sports stars, NCC cadets, govt nurses etc. The criteria for community reservation will be followed in professional colleges. 

Application fee and Last date 

Rs. 600/ should be remitted online towards application fee. For SC & ST category, it is Rs.300/-. Fee can be remitted online till August 26th but for Federal Bank Chalan , August 25. 

Applications would be accepted from 27th of July 2020 to 26th of August. Even for applying to more than one course, the students need submit only one application or the name would be removed from the list. Under the prevailing pandemic situation, the applicants are advised not to handover the hard copy of the application to the LBS. For more details, visit the link following links.
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Paramedical & Nursing Admission 2020-Notification
Paramedical & Nursing Admission 2020-Prospectus
Paramedical & Nursing Admission 2020-LBS Centre Admission Portal

How to Choose a Course After 12th Science/Commerce/Humanities

Sunday, July 26, 2020 / No Comments
The right choice at the right time will take us to reach our goal and to scale the heights of glory. After the completion of the Plus Two, the students are supposed to move in the proper direction so as to enable themselves to achieve their aim. Hence, a good knowledge of courses available up to one’s interest and aptitude as well as guidance is essential to the students at this stage. 

With this view, the Career Guidance and Adolescent Counselling cell of Trivandrum unit has prepared three separate videos for the Commerce, Humanities and Science batch students, on the directions and guidelines for Higher studies selection. 

The video will guide the students on how to choose a course after 12th standard, what are the courses available, the entrance exams to be appeared for joining selective courses etc. Click the link concerned to watch the video.

Courses after +2 Science 

This video talks about 
1. How to choose a course after 12th? 
2. Courses for Science students 
3. Entrance Exams for Science students 
4. What to do after +2 Science

Courses after +2 Commerce 

This video talks about 
1. How to choose a course after 12th? 
2. Courses for Commerce students 
3. Entrance Exams for Commerce students 
4. What to do after +2 Commerce

Courses after +2 Humanities 

This video talks about 
1. How to choose a course after 12th? 
2. Courses for Humanities students 
3. Entrance Exams for Humanities students 
4. What to do after +2 Humanities

Higher Secondary Second Year(Plus Two) SAY/Improvement Exam 2020

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 / 81 Comments

Update: Higher Secondary Second year SAY/Improvement Examination 2020 will be conducted on 22nd September 2020.  Time Table & Notification published.

The SAY or Improvement exam for the Second year Higher Secondary exam of March 2020 is to be conducted after making certain changes in it. 

What is Plus Two SAY/Improvement exam? 

SAY exam is for the students who have failed in their second year exam to appear again in the subjects they have failed so that they would not lose a year. Improvement exam is conducted to improve the score in their subjects they have already passed. There is no restriction in the number of subjects one can appear for SAY exam. The students can write all the subjects they have failed whereas in the case of Improvement exam, the students can do for only one subjects

Even if the students can't get through the failed subject after writing SAY exam, such students will have to appear for the first year Improvement exam and the Second year exam after that, for the failed subjects.

Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam Fee 

The details of Second year Higher Secondary SAY and Improvement exam are given below:-

Plus Two SAY:
1.Subject without Practical: 150/Subject
2.Fee for Practical Exam: 25/Subject
3.Fee for Certificate: 40

Plus Two Improvement:
1.Fee for Improvement Exam: 500/Subject
2.Fee for Certificate: 40

How to apply?

The application and fee for the second your Higher Secondary SAY and Improvement examination should be submitted to the principal of the same school where the students had written the March exam 2020.

Plus two SAY/Improvement Exam 2020-Time Schedule

The last date for submitting application for SAY/Improvement exam 2020 is 25th August 2020(without fine)
The last date for submitting application for SAY/Improvement exam 2020 is 27th August 2020(with a fine of Rs 600)
Date of Theory Exam : 22nd September 2020
Date of Practical Exam: 7th September 2020

Time Table for Second year(Plus Two) SAY/Improvement Exam 2020

Higher Secondary Second year SAY/Improvement Examination 2020 will be conducted on 22nd September 2020. Time Table(PDF) for Second year(Plus Two) SAY/Improvement Exam is given below.

Click the below links for Higher Secondary second year(Plus Two) SAY/Improvement Examination March 2020 Notification, Time Table, Previous Questions & Application Form.
Plus Two SAY/IMP 2020-Notification & Time Table
Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam 2020-Time Table
Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam 2020-Application Form
Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam 2020-Exam Centre
Related Downloads
Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam 2020-Notification
Higher Secondary Second year SAY/Improvement Examination-Modified Govt Order GO(MS) No.131/2020/Gen.Edn dtd 27.07.2020.
Study Notes & Previous Question Papers for Plus Two SAY/Improvement Exam Preparation 2020

Kerala Higher Secondary Plus one Result March 2020

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They results of the Kerala DHSE Plus one(first year) Higher Secondary exam conducted in March 2020 are expected to be published on 29th July 2020 at 11 AM. The valuation of answer scripts of the exam conducted in the second phase due to the spread of Covid 19 pandemic, were also done along with the second year valuation for the preparation of results.

In the Higher Secondary course, the scores of the first and the second year are added for grade calculation in each subject. Hence, the score of  first year(Plus one) examination has its due significance in the achievement of Higher secondary students. 

Revaluation/ Scrutiny/Photocopy 

As soon as the results are published the students can opt for Revaluation, Scrutiny, Photocopy etc if needed and the fee for each item is thus:- 

a) Revaluation - Rs. 500.00/- per paper, 
b) Scrutiny - Rs. 100.00/- per paper, 
c) Photocopy - Rs. 300.00/- per paper. 

Higher Secondary First Year(Plus One) Result 2020 -Revaluation, Scrutiny, Photocopy
HSE First year March 2020 Revaluation, Scrutiny, Photocopy-Notification 2020
Plus One March 2020-Application for Revaluation
Plus One March 2020-Application for Scrutiny
Plus One March 2020-Application for Photocopy
Refund of Revaluation fee-Guidelines

Candidates who desire to apply for revaluation/Scrutiny/Photocopy of answer scripts of their First year Higher Secondary Examination March 2020 can apply in the prescribed form before 3rd August 2020.

Higher Secondary First year Improvement exam 2020

Moreover, the students can improve their score in any 3 subjects. The notification regarding this can be expected immediately after the publication of Plus one(first year) results. 

The fee for improvement exam(regular candidate) is 175/Subject and Certificate Fee: 40

How to Check DHSE Plus one March 2020 exam results? 

Soon after the official declaration of the results by the Department of Higher Secondary Education(DHSE), the result link will be updated. The students should enter their register number and date of birth to view the results. To get the complete result of a school, the school code should be entered. Kerala Higher Secondary Plus one March 2020 results and notifications regarding this will be updated. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions on HSE Plus one result 2020 are discussed here.
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Frequently Asked Questions on Higher Secondary Plus Two Results

Wednesday, July 15, 2020 / 84 Comments

The general queries that usually arise among the students after the publication of Higher Secondary Second year exam results and clarifications of the same are published here. 

Qn. Is it possible to do revaluation of Higher Secondary March 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 following link
HSE March 2020-Revaluation
Plus Two March 2020-Revaluation Notification
Plus Two March 2020-Application for Revaluation
Plus Two March 2020-Application for Scrutiny
Plus Two March 2020-Application for Photocopy
Refund of Revaluation fee-Guidelines

Details of Fee:- 
a) Revaluation - Rs. 500.00/- per paper, 
b) Scrutiny - Rs. 100.00/- per paper, 
c) Photocopy - Rs. 300.00/- per paper. 

Candidates who desire to apply for revaluation/Scrutiny/Photocopy of answer scripts of their Higher Secondary Examination March can apply in the prescribed form before 28th July 2020. 

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 exam?
The regular students who appear for plus two March exam can apply for SAY/Improvement exam  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). It is now possible for the second year students to improve their score in three subjects apart from appearing for SAY exam.
Update: Higher Secondary Second year SAY/Improvement Examination-Modified Govt Order GO(MS) No.131/2020/Gen.Edn dtd 27.07.2020. Download Now !

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 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 exam can apply for SAY/Improvement exam to upgrade only one subject of their choice. 

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

Qn. Students write Improvement exam in 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?
Yes. A certificate of combined score obtained in March exam and that they obtain in Improvement exam will be issued. 

Qn. What are the rules for awarding grace marks ?
The benefit of grace marks for achievements in the First Year Higher Secondary Course will be awarded to eligible candidates for the First year Higher secondary examination only and for achievements in the Second year course, for the Second year Higher secondary examination only. Grace marks for NCC, NSS, Scout & Guide and SPC shall be awarded at the Second year Higher secondary examination only. 

The preference will be for attaining minimum mark for becoming ‘Eligible’ i.e, grade D+. Second preference will be for lifting the lowest grade to the next higher grade and so on. When a student is eligible for grace marks for different items, the item with highest grace mark only will be considered.
Grace marks will be given to the candidates irrespective of whether they are eligible for higher studies or not in the examinations.
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. 
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Plus One Admission in IHRD Technical Higher Secondary Schools. Apply Now

Saturday, July 11, 2020 / No Comments
Admission in Technical Higher Secondary Schools under IHRD The students who have passed SSLC/ CBSE/Equivalency exam can register for their admission to Plus one courses in 15 Technical Higher Secondary schools all over the state under IHRD. Applications can be submitted online/offline through the website ihrd.kerala.gov.in/thss or in person. 

Technical Higher Secondary courses are aimed at giving due significance to Vocational education along with the changing socio-economic scenario and to impart knowledge and practice right from the beginning to those who aim higher education in Science & Technology subjects. 

HSS versus THSS : What's the Difference ?

The major difference between General Higher Secondary Education and Technical Higher Secondary Education is that there is no Second language except English and there is practical training in all subjects other than English. All other academic administrative activities like conduct of exam, certificate distribution etc are by the State Higher Secondary Education Department. 

Courses

The courses available under this stream are Physical Science based on Electronics and Integrated Science based on Biology. 

Physical Science is a course combination of English, Computer Science and IT, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Electronic system which would enable the students who are interested in further studies in courses connected with Engineering. 

Similarly, Integrated Science with subject combinations English, Computer Science and IT, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology is the better choice for those who aim at Medical, Para Medical courses. 

The privilege of these course combinations is that though they cater to the needs of the students who are interested in Technical/Engg course, it provides chance to take up a choice of one’s own interest in other subjects too. 

Institutions

The Technical Higher Secondary schools under IHRD are:-
1. Model Technical Higher Secondary School, Kaloor, Kochi. 
2. Technical Higher Secondary School, Puthuppally, Kottayam 
3. Technical Higher Secondary School, Vazhakkad, Malappuram 
4. Technical Higher Secondary School, Peerumedu, Idukki 
5. Technical Higher Secondary School, Vattamkulam, Nellisserry, Sukapuram P.O, Via Edappal, Malappuram 
6. Technical Higher Secondary School, Muttom P.O., Thodupuzha 
7. Technical Higher Secondary School, Mallappally, Mallappally East P.O, Pathanamthitta 
8. Model Technical Higher Secondary School, Kaprassery, Nedumbassery.P.O, Chengamanadu 
9. Technical Higher Secondary School, Perinthalmanna, Angadippuram, Malappuram 
10. Technical Higher Secondary School, Thiruthiyad, Calicut 
11. Technical Higher Secondary School, (Near Govt. HSS), KIP Campus,Adoor, Pathanamthitta 
12. Technical Higher Secondary School, High Road Aluva – Ernakulam, 
13. Technical Higher Secondary School, Cherthala, Pallippuram P.O, Alappuzha 
14. Technical Higher Secondary School, Varadium(Govt. U.P. School Campus), Avanur P.O., Trissur
15. Technical Higher Secondary School, Muttada, Muttada P.O, Trivandrum

How to Apply?

Application form and prospectus can be downloaded from the website ww.ihrd.ac.in. The last date for submission of online application is 24-07-2020. The printout taken after submitting the online application is to be forwarded to the Principal of the respective THSS, along with a copy of Mark list for the SSLC or equivalent examination. Candidates who wish to apply for more than one THSS have to submit the printouts and registration fees to the respective THSS separately. Application submitted for one school will not be considered for other schools. For more details visit official site.
Technical Higher Secondary Admission 2020-21
THSS Admission 2020-21. Notification
THSS Admission 2020-21. Prospectus
THSS Admission 2020-21. Offline Application
THSS Admission 2020-21. Online Application
Official Portal
IHRD-Admission Portal

KEAM 2020 Admit Card Released; Check How to Download

Tuesday, July 7, 2020 / No Comments
The admit cards for the KEAM(Kerala Engineering/Pharmacy Entrance Exam) to be conducted in various centres of the state as well as in Mumbai, New Delhi and Dubai on 16th of July 2020 are ready to be downloaded. The candidates can download the admit cards from the KEAM 2020 Candidate portal given in the State Entrance Exam Commissioner’s website, www.cee.kerala.gov.in from 7th July 2020. Colour printouts of the admit cards are desirable as it would be easy for identity verification. 

How to Download KEAM 2020 Admit Card

The candidates should log in to the portal cee.kerala.gov.in by entering their application number, password and access code. Then a profile page would be displayed. Click the menu ‘Admit Card’ there to download.

If there is any discrepancy in the photograph and signature uploaded at the time of online submission of application or fee not completely paid, such candidates will not be able to download their admit cards. In that case, the candidates are advised to visit their profile and click ‘Menu details’ to know the details of the discrepancies found in their application. 

It can be rectified and submitted again through the link on or before 2 p.m of 9th July 2020 to get their admit cards.For the fee pending problem, the complete fee or Dubai centre fee, whichever is applicable, should be paid to download admit card. 

For candidates whose application number is forgotten, facility is provided to get back their application number by entering their name and mobile number in the link - ‘Forgot application number’ in the Candidate portal of the website. 
KEAM 2020
KEAM 2020 Admit Card Download-Candidate Portal
KEAM 2020 Admit Card Download-Notification

Delhi University(DU) Admissions 2020: Apply Now

Monday, June 29, 2020 / No Comments
Delhi University (DU) is the university comprising a few well reputed colleges in the nation. It does not have a separate campus. Delhi University(DU) is entirely different from the usual concept of universities in Kerala. There are 90 colleges from various parts of Delhi and related departments. The admission to all such courses in Delhi University will be based on merit cum entrance exam. 

Admission Procedure & Cut off Mark

Admission for more than 10 degree courses are done by entrance and for the remaining courses, the admission will be done on merit base by plus two score cutoff which will be dependent upon the number of seats and it may vary each year. The cutoff score of this year can be expected in the first week of August. The cutoff score of each course in each college will be different. Still the first cutoff may be above 90%. Last year it was above 97 % and 98 % for B.A B.Com courses respectively. All PG courses will have entrance exam. 

Courses

The courses that are available in DU are - BA(Hon.) B.Com(Hon.), B.Com, BSc., B.Sc (Hon.), Bachelor of Management Studies, B.B.A, B.Tech. B.Sc in Physical Education, Health Education and Sports, M.A., M.Sc., M. Tech., M.Ed.,M.L.M., MCA, Master of Open Research...etc 

Application

Applications for the courses can be submitted online through www.du.ac.in till 4th July 2020. Due to covid-19 pandemic, this year the admission procedures from registration to certificate verification and confirmation will be online. For more details, download Bulletin of information for admission to Delhi University(DU) Under Graduate courses 

Delhi University provides a platform to develop communication skills and also to realise one's potential and to nurture the same. Besides, it enables to learn various languages. Another major privilege of the student in the institute is that it provides a chance to meet in person and interact with the eminent faculties and personalities whom we are familiar with, only through media.