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SSLC Exam Manager for High Schools

Thursday, April 1, 2021 / 56 Comments
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Free Software for High schools for conducting Kerala SSLC Exams. This software is meant for preparing the Seating, Packing, Contingent Bill of SSLC Theory Examinations. 

It generates automatic Seating arrangement reports, Acquittance, Notice Board Preparations, Room label, Desk label, Packing slip, Attendance, Voucher and other forms. 

We request you to make use of this software and give your valuable suggestions and feedback for the enrichment of this free product.

Data Copy/Import Steps: 

To copy student details from excel sheet, follow these steps. 
1.Open SSLC Exam Manager 2021 
2.Go to Basic Settings->Basic Settings (Very Important->Copy Data
3.Copy RegNos and Names from Excel Sheet without Heading (only data), click 'CopyData', 
4.Select RegNo and Name then Paste. 
5. Click 'ImportData' 
6. If you want to make any changes like Language, Candidate Type, Medium etc, Do it at 'Basic Settings'->'Student List Edit'.
Downloads
SSLC Manager 2021 for conducting Kerala SSLC Examination(Last updated on 17.03.2021)
SSLC Manager 2021-Help File
Steps for Importing data from Ms-Excel Sheet to SSLC Manager 2021

How to fill up SSLC Answer Paper ?

Thursday, March 25, 2021 / 1 Comment
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How to fill up SSLC Answer Paper? What are the things to look for when writing an exam? 

You can use either a blue or black ballpoint pen or ink pen (use only one colour ink only in the answer paper.) Red or green ink should not be used. The main sheet below can be filled in English or Malayalam .
Name of Examination: SSLC exam March 2021
Total Additional Sheets used: After completing exam, here, write down the number of additional sheets you have availed of.
Subject: Write the subject of exam which can be found in the question paper too.
Paper: Here write 1 for Malayalam Kerala Padavali and 2 for Adisthana Padavali
Date:  Date of writing the exam 
Score: Nothing should be written here as this is where the teachers record the score during the paper evaluation 
Register Number of Candidate: This is the box to enter your register number. First row for writing in figures and below it should be written in words ( two, four,.. like this) 
Code number of question paper: Here is the code of the question paper to be written. It will be in the question paper. If any doubt it can be cleared with the teacher before writing. 

Once the main sheet is fully written, you can get an additional sheet, on top of which you should not write anything including the register number or name. The teacher will sign this too. you can also get any number of additional sheets as there are no restrictions and write the number 1, 2, 3. in the Additional Sheet Number box serially. 
Write the additional sheet number in the box. There is a place for the invigilator to put his or her signature with date. 

Other instructions If any doubt arises while filling the SSLC Answer sheet, contact the teacher. It is not allowed to correct with pen or whitener. The students should check whether there is monogram (special seal) in the main sheet and additional sheet and dated signature of the teacher. Margins are already drawn in the answer sheet and so there is no need to draw it again. 

Question number be written in the left side of the margin and the sub question number can be written inside the margin itself. Apart from writing register number in the place allotted in the main sheet, no other entries that disclose one’s identity or his institution should be found as it may lead to invalidity of the answer script.

After completing the exam, draw lines across if any space left blank after answering in the sheet of paper. Don’t forget to enter the total number of additional sheets used in the box provided. In the case of no additional sheets used, write ‘Nil’ there.

Keep the main sheet and additional sheet in the sequential order and tie well with the thread provided for it. After handing over the answer script to the invigilator only, the students can go out of the exam hall.

This complete guidelines for "How to fill up SSLC Answer Paper and What are the things to look for when writing an exam" prepared by Sri. V C Muneer, RV HS, Kozhikode would be of much support for the SSLC students. Click the link below to download PDF.
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How to fill up SSLC Answer Paper ?[PDF]

How to Process DA Arrear in SPARK

Sunday, March 7, 2021 / 2 Comments
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The Finance Department has decided to sanction revised DA to all govt employees, teachers and pensioners.  How to process DA arrear sanctioned to us as per GO(P)No.25/2021/Fin Dt 08-02-2021 and GO(P)No.27/2021/Fin dt .10/02/2021 is given here in detail.

Since the DA arrear is credited to PF, it should be included in the salary for the month of March. After that Salary should be processed.
Step 1: 
Select Salary Matters - Processing - Arrear- DA- D.A Arrear

Step 2:
Salary matters -> Processing -> Arrear -> DA -> Select DA Arrear, DDO code, Bill Type, Order number (GO(PNo.27/2021/Fin 10/02/2021) etc. To process DA arrear bill click ‘Select employee’ and mark tick in the check box against the employees and submit it.

Step 3:
After processing, DA Arrear bill can be generated thus- Salary Matters -> Bills and Schedules -> Arrear -> DA Arrear -> DA Arrear Bill. Check it and confirm it before printing inner bill. 
Step 4:
Then give Salary Matters -> Arrear -> Merge arrear with salary. For this DDO code, processed month in Arrear , Processed year be given. Give the month of salary with which arrear is to be merged in ‘Arrear to be merged with the salary for the year’. Then select the button - Credit to GPF through salary Bill. Click tick mark in the right side of the box while selecting ‘Processed Year’ and click ‘Proceed’ after this.



Step 5:
Once the merging process is over, you will get a message regarding this. Then click Salary matters -> change in the month -> Present Salary. Confirm whether the amount is added. 
Step 6:
Then the usual procedure for salary processing can be done by selecting Salary Matters ->Salary -> Monthly Salary Processing
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DA Arrear Processing - Help file by Info Spark
DA Arrear-GO(P) No.25/2021/Fin Dated 08/02/2021
Kerala: 11th Pay Revision Order-GO(P) No. 27/2021/Fin dtd 10-02-2021

How to apply for SSLC Exam Centre change ?

Saturday, January 30, 2021 / No Comments
How to apply for sslc exam centre change
Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the Department of General Education has decided to smoothen the conduct of the SSLC exam of those class 10 students who are deprived of hostel facilities and those got stranded in the Gulf countries, Lakshadweep and other districts. 

They can choose the exam centre of their convenience for appearing in the SSLC exam. The class 10 students who are in need of change in the exam centre should submit an online application. But for those in the district concerned itself will not be allowed to change their centre. 

Visit the website https://sslcexam.kerala.gov.in/ and click the link ‘Application for Centre Change’ to submit your application.

How to Apply for Exam Centre Change? 

2. Click the link Application for centre change 
3. The applicants are required to give necessary details like exam stream, Reg No, Date of birth and captcha
sslc exam centre change

4. Candidates Basic details will be displayed
SSLC Exam centre change
5. The applicants are required to give details like Mobile number, reason for exam centre change, proposed centre details, ednl district and Centre of choice etc. 
Applications can be submitted till 4 pm of 12 March 2021. The list of students eligible for change of exam centre will be published on 15th March 2021. The link for circular regarding this and Application portal link is given here. 

Help Line Numbers: 0471-2546832, 2546833
SSLC Exam Centre Change
SSLC Exam March 2021-Apply for Exam Centre Change
SSLC Exam March 2021-Apply for Exam Centre Change-Circular

Spark-How to upload Undertaking for Excess Payment Recovery

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 / 4 Comments
As per G.O No. G.O.(P) No.169/2019/fin dated 13/12/2019 of the Finance department, a directive has been issued for obtaining an undertaking statement from all govt employees. It should be pasted in the service book and the details also be entered accordingly so that if excess pay if any paid, can be recovered. 

It has also been directed to upload the same in Service and Payroll Administrative Repository for Kerala (SPARK) or the salary of the employees will be blocked at anytime after September 2020. 

As per G.O.(P) No. 70/2020/fin dated 02/06/2020, the date to complete the furnishing of the undertaking statement has been extended up to 30th of September 2020. It should be remembered that, the furnishing of 'Statement of Undertaking' is mandatory for processing increment, grade, pay revision, fixation on promotion. 

How to upload undertaking for excess payment recovery in SPARK?

1. Login SPARK
2. Click on Service Matters and then on Undertaking for excess payment recovery

3. Here you can select DDO code, Bill Type and Employee Name. Then enter date of undertaking. A scanned copy(PDF) of the undertaking also needs to be uploaded. 



Click the link below for downloading Statement of Undertaking, Govt order and help video.
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Undertaking for Excess Payment Recovery(Form in PDF Format)
Undertaking agreeing to refund excess pay and allowances mistakenly paid to the employees.GO(P) No.169/2019/fin Dated 13-12-2019
Undertaking agreeing to refund excess pay and allowances mistakenly paid to the employees.Date extended. G.O.(P) No. 70/2020/fin dated 02/06/2020
How to upload Undertaking for Excess Payment Recovery-Training video by info.spark.gov.in

iExamS -Higher Secondary Examination Management System

Tuesday, March 3, 2020 / 4 Comments
iExamS-DHSE is an online portal created mainly for the unification of school level activities in connection with Higher Secondary exam. Earlier, such activities were done with the use of offline software HSE Manager. Nominal roll of Higher Secondary students, hall ticket, practical and theory exam duty, Continuous Evaluation(CE) and  Practical Evaluation(PE) mark recording, attendance, duty certificate, every day exam records and updates etc are now being entered in online mode.

It is aimed here to publish various help files that define how to execute different activities through iExamS-DHSE online portal. Also, while performing the tasks through iExamS-DHSE, the doubts that arise now and then can be posted as comments and reply for the same can be expected from the experts.

Data Entry in iExam-Help Files
CE Score Entry in iExams(Help File)
Practical Score Entry in iExams(Help File)
Practical Score Entry in iExams(Help file-updated)
Uploading NSS Grace Mark-circular dtd 04.03.2020
Uploading NSS Grace Mark(Help file prepared by Team NSS,Kottayam)
Exam Activities in iExam-Help Files
Account Settlement in iExams-Help
Exam day activities in iExams-Help file by DHSE(Theory Exam)
Exam day activities in iExams-Help file by DHSE(Practical & CE)
Grace Mark Entry-Circular by DHSE(2020)
Updating Guest and Un-Aided Teacher Details in iExams
Updating Practical Examination Attendance Details in iExams
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iExamS-Examination Management Portal

JEE Exam-Tips, Tricks and Strategies

Friday, February 21, 2020 / No Comments
Proper preparation and practice pave way for the best performance It should be a focused study in-depth while trying for JEE main. As it requires a smart study, selection of right kind of books is quintessential. 

It should enable them for topic wise analysis along with detailed step by step solutions. Apt books would bring classroom experience to home and thus providing an engaging experience to the learners. Hence to get thorough syllabus and grasp concepts, the veterans in this field Shri. Muhammad Iqbal R and Smt. Ladheedha Nasrin.K.A have authored JEE Code - Tips, Tricks and strategies by IITians turned gurus. This book guides the learners on planning different suitable strategies along with a few secrets to get through JEE.

As the book advises, a JEE aspirant need not be smart.
• Right idea on exam style and pattern is a must.
• Be aware of the depth and scope of competition.
• Able time management is the secret of this venture.
• More than covering syllabus, it is highly needed to be thorough with what you cover.
• This exam requires a balance between learning theories and solving problems.
• Selection of study materials is of utmost importance.
• Knowledge received from attempting mock tests is beneficial.
• Develop confidence to top up the score list.

Such tricks and tips would boost the performance level of each JEE aspirant and so it is certain that this book would make you crack JEE to take a dare with your dream career.

Preparation Mantra for exam

Monday, February 17, 2020 / 2 Comments
The problem that is faced by most of the students nowadays is that even after spending long time for studying, they find a blank memory of it after a short time. This is due to lack of application of proper and systematic way of learning things. If certain systematic methods are applied in their learning process, it is sure that the students would not only find it easy to study but also would recollect well to reproduce the same for reaping success in their exam. For this Sri. Lavan I K, HSST Computer Science, Government Higher Secondary School, Thanniam, Thrissur has given us a five-step Mantra that will work wonders here.

1. Three Step Reading

Here you should read only the headlines of the topic at first. Secondly read the very first line below heading. Thirdly read the explanation completely. This process becomes effective as it takes the things acquired from the subconscious mind to the conscious mind.

2. Use Acronyms

Create words that can be familiarized from the points to be remembered

3. Connect your topic with incidents, images or songs

With the help of an abstract, picturize the complete chapter like a tree or make a rhythmical learning.

4. Sharpen your brain

Brain gym exercise for two or three minutes before study, simple and
quick calculations with any mechanism will sharpen your brain to avoid the reluctancy to assimilate what is given.

5. Revise regularly

Revision be done within 24 hours of learning and be followed by second revision within 2 days and the third revision within a week. The more you do the more you remember. Follow this to bring out the best in you for the exam. Click here to download Higher Secondary Time Table March 2020.
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