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Kerala School Kalolsavam Manual, Software and Results

Wednesday, October 30, 2019 / 7 Comments

State School Kalolsavam Updates-2019

The 60th edition of Kerala School Kalolsavam(State level) 2019 is scheduled for November 28th to 1st December 2019 at Kanhangad, Kasargod. The Programme schedule,  Result link etc are given below.
State Kalolsavam Updates
State School Kalolsavam 2019- Result 
State School Kalolsavam 2019- Program Schedule 
State School Kalolsavam 2019-Instructions for Team Managers
State School Kalolsavam 2019- Identification Certificate

School Kalolsavam Results

The results of Kerala School Kalolsavam are given here State,District and Sub district wise.The particulars being given here are not accurate and authorative. It is the sole responsibility of the readers to assure the credibility of the results. To include the result links in the list ,it can be send to the blog in the following address ask@hsslive.in
District Kalolsavam Results
State/District Kalolsavam Result

The Arts Fest of students of LP, UP, HS, HSS, VHSS students of govt/aided and recognized Un-Aided schools under General Education Department in our state is known as Kerala School Kalotsavam.


Revised School Kalolsavam Manual


The present manual for school kalolsavam has been modified. In this revised manual there are some significant changes from the existing one. Grades would be fixed for youth festival as it has been given for academic level activities. Hence, those who score 80% or more would be given A grade, 70 - 79% would be given B grade and C grade for 60 - 69%. More over all A grade winners at state level would be blessed with Cultural scholarship, the amount of which will be decided by the government.

At the High school(HS) level, total number of items would be 89 and categories would be 15. English, Kannada and Tamil versification(Kavitha Rachana) and English skit are also added.

At the Higher secondary(HSS/VHSS) level, there are 98 competition items of 14 categories. All students qualifying at the school level writing competitions would get a chance to participate at the sub district level. Besides Kathakali, Ottanthullal, Folk dance and Mimicry would be competition items common to all. Earlier it had been conducted separately for boys and girls.

Revised manual for school youth festival is available from the link below.
School Kalolsavam Manual
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam  2017(25-10-2017)
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam - Revision dtd 02-11-2017
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam - Revision dtd 21-11-2017
Manual for Kerala School Kalolsavam  - Revision dtd 06-10-2018
Kerala School Kalolsavam-Appeal Form(New)

Various Contests Categories

The competitions are conducted in 4 categories.
Category 1 - from std 1 to 4
Category 2 – from std 5 to 7
Category 3 – from std 8 to 10
Category 4 – std 11 and 12
Category 1 would culminate at sub district level itself. Category 2 would culminate at revenue district level & Category 3 & 4 would culminate at the state level respectively.

Evaluation

The competition items with 60% or more score are classified into 3 grades – Grade A, B and C.
80% or more – A Grade
from 70% to 79% - B Grade
from 60% to 69% - C Grade
Those who get top score with A grade only are eligible to participate in the next level.

Grace marks for Kalotsavam Winners

The system of awarding grace marks to A,B,C grade winners at state level continues. For A grade winners, the grace marks would be 30 marks, for B grade, 24 marks and for C grade, 18 marks.

Appeal

The contest participants can go for appeal if they have any complaint. The appeal fee is Rs.500/- at school level, Rs.1000/- at sub district level, Rs.2000/- at district level and Rs.2500/- at state level. Appeal amount would be given to participants only when they score more than that of their contestant at the district level, against whom they have filed an appeal.
School level Kalotsavam Software
Software tools to enable the conduct of Kalotsavam at school level are available. With the help of these, various necessary reports for Kalotsavam can be prepared. This School-Level Kalolsavam software developed by Alrahiman and Rajesh K is designed to automate the back-end process of the School level LP,UP,HS,HSS,VHSS Kalolsavam. The entire process of the school level Kalolsavam, from the entry of a contest participant to the printing of results will be done at the click of a mouse. The tabulation and score sheets for the judges are also system generated. We request you to make use of this software products and give your valuable suggestions and feedback. Click the link to download.
School Level Kalamela Software by Rajesh K
School Level Kalolsavam Software- Kalamela Ver 2019 by Rajesh K(Last updated on 24.09.2019)
Help File
School Level Kalolsavam Software- Kalamela Ver 3.0 by Rajesh K(For LP Schools)
School Level Kalamela Software by Alrahiman
School Level Kalolsavam Software- Ulsav by Alrahiman
Help File
Related Downloads
Tips for School Level Kalolsavam Prepared by Suresh Kattilangadi

School Kalolsavam Data Entry Portal

Details of Kalotsavam participants who score top grade should be entered in the General Education Department’s kalotsavam portal on time. Then only it would be possible for them to compete at the sub district level. Portal link will be available soon.
Data Entry Portal
School Kalolsavam Data Entry Portal

Grace Marks to Higher Secondary Examination

Friday, January 24, 2014 / 244 Comments
Grace marks are given to Higher Secondary school going regular candidates for their achievements in state level competitions during their first and second year separately in the respective First / Second year Higher secondary examinations. The benefit of eligible grace marks for achievements in the First year course shall be awarded for the First year examination only and for achievement in the Second year course, for the Second year examination only. Grace marks are awarded for the achievements in the following items:-

Higher Secondary Youth Festival:
Grace marks are given to the winners in the State Level Higher Secondary School Youth Festival as given below.
1.A Grade - 5% of the aggregate score(30 Marks)
2.B Grade - 4% of the aggregate score(24 Marks)
3.C Grade - 3% of the aggregate score(18 Marks)

State Level School Sasthramela:
1.A Grade - 5% of the aggregate score(30 Marks)
2.B Grade - 4% of the aggregate score(24 Marks)
3.C Grade - 3% of the aggregate score(18 Marks)

Bala Sasthra Congress:
State Level:
1.A Grade - 5% of the aggregate score(30 Marks)
2.B Grade - 4% of the aggregate score(24 Marks)
3.C Grade - 3% of the aggregate score(18 Marks)
Southern Regional Level:
1.A Grade - 15% of the aggregate score(90 Marks)
2.B Grade - 13% of the aggregate score(78 Marks)
3.C Grade - 11% of the aggregate score(66 Marks)
National Level:
1.Participation - 15% of the aggregate score(90 Marks)


Sports and Games:
Grace marks are given to candidates for their achievements in the sports and games as detailed below.

State Level:
1.First Place - 5% of the aggregate score(30 Marks)
2.Second Place- 4% of the aggregate score(24 Marks)
3.Third Place - 3% of the aggregate score(18 Marks)
National Level:
1.First Place/Winner (Gold Medalist) - 15% of the aggregate score(90 Marks)
2.Second Place/Runner Up - 13% of the aggregate score(78 Marks)
3.Third Place - 11% of the aggregate score(66 Marks)
4.Participation - 10% of the aggregate score.(60 Marks)
Maximum grace marks awarded in this category will be 50% of the aggregate score.
International Level:
Participation only - 20% of the aggregate score(120 Marks)
[Director, Higher Secondary Education, will decide percentage of grace marks for Winners, Runner up and Third place holders in International participation]

NCC Cadets:
10% (120 Marks) scores will be awarded to NCC Cadets as grace marks during Second Year only on satisfying the following conditions.
1.The candidate should be in the rank of Corporal or above.
2.The candidates are holders of A, B or C certificates.
3.The candidate must have represented any one centrally organized camp.
4.The benefit of granting of 5% scores grace marks to NCC cadets is awarded in Higher Secondary Examination in the Naval Attachment/Army Attachment/Pre Republic Day Camp(RDC)/Pre-Nau Sainik Camp(NSC) camps.
5.5%(60 Marks) Grace Marks is awarded to NCC cadets who have attained 75% attendance [(G.O. (Ms)No.125/12/Gl.Edn., dated 20.04.2012]

Application for grace marks for NCC is submitted in duplicate, one copy to the Secretary, Board of Higher secondary Education and the other to Deputy Director General, NCC. Marks are awarded on the basis of the recommendation of the Director General, NCC.

NSS Volunteers:
Marks are awarded on the basis of the recommendation of the State Coordinator NSS. Grace Marks in Higher Secondary Examination to NSS Volunteers is awarded as detailed below.Scores will be awarded to NSS Volunteers as grace marks during Second year only.
NSS Volunteers having NSS Certificates - 2%(24 Marks)
NSS Volunteers attended National Camps - 3%(36 Marks)
NSS Volunteers attended Republic Day Camps - 5%(60 Marks)

Student Police Cadets[SPC]:
5%(60 Marks) Grace Marks for Students Police Cadet are awarded as per G.O.No 214/12/Home, dated 04.08.2012.

Quiz Competition by State Legal Services Authority:
(G.O (MS) No. 121/2012/G.Edn. Dated : 17/04/2012)
First winning team (3 students) - 5 Marks
Second winning team (3 students) - 3 Marks

Bala Sree Awards:
Those candidates who have been awarded the Bala Sree awards given away by the National Bal Bhavan which is a Central Government undertaking, are eligible for 5% (30 Marks) grace marks as per G.O.(MS) No.151/2013/Gl.Edn. dated 02.05.2013.

Grace Marks to Students of Mahe Region:
As per G.O(Ms) No. 179/2013/G.Edn. dated 31.05.2013 Government accorded sanction for awarding grace marks to the eligible students of Mahe region of Union Territory of Puduchery who have participated / winners in Union Territory level / National level Sports, Arts and Science festivals / fairs from the academic year 2012-2013 onwards.The criteria for awarding such grace marks will be based on the guidelines issued as per G.O.(Ms) No.40/2011/G.Edn. dated 16.02.2011.

Scouts & Guides:
(G.O (MS) No. 11/2016/G.Edn Dated: 11/01/2016)
1.Participants who have attained 80% attendance in Scout & Guides unit activities in Plus One & Plus Two period – 3%(36 Marks)
2) Participants who completed four activities (Two each in Plus One & Plus Two Period) of Chief Ministers Shield and submitted log book - 5%(60 Marks)
3) Winner of Rashtrapathi Award by completing Unit leader advance course in Plus One & Plus Two Course Period – 8% (96 Marks)

Sargolsavam:
(G.O (MS) No.23/2016/G.Edn Dated :25/01/2016)
A Grade - 15 Mark
B Grade - 12 Mark

Conditions for Awarding Grace Marks:
1.The benefit of eligible grace marks for achievements in the First year course shall be awarded for the First year examination only and for achievement in the Second year course, for the Second year examination only. The grace mark will be limited to 5%,4% and 3% of maximum marks for papers respectively for A,B and C grade.

2.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.

3.When a student is eligible for grace marks for different items, the item with highest grace mark only will be considered.

4.The grace mark to mentally retarded and hearing impaired will be 25%.

5.If a student appears for lesser number of papers only, the percentage will be calculated based on the number of papers appeared for. If the student appears for SAY, the grace mark will be calculated for the papers appeared in SAY scheme. 

6.Grace marks will not be given for subsequent appearances.

7.A candidate who has secured the maximum scores for a paper is not eligible for grace marks for that subject and those marks will not be transferred to any other subject.

8.The maximum marks that can be secured after awarding grace marks will be decided by the Director of Higher Secondary Education.

9.Grace marks will be given to the candidates irrespective of whether they are eligible for higher studies or not in the examinations.

10.The individual grace marks will not be shown separately in the certificate.

11.The benefit of eligible grace marks will be extended to the candidates only in any one of the 3 levels (viz., State, National or International) during the course of study.

12.Grace marks will be awarded to candidates after effecting the moderation declared by the Board of Examination. Candidates coming within the limit of moderation after the award of grace marks will also be given the benefit of moderation.

13.The application for award of grace marks for Youth Festival Sastra Ganitha, Sastra Samuhya,Sastra Pravarti Parijaya Mela / I.T. Mela and Sasthra Congress shall be submitted to the Joint Director(Exam), Higher Secondary Education.

14.The application for award of grace mark for sports should be submitted in duplicate, one copy to the Secretary, Board of Higher secondary Education and the other to the Director of Public Instructions (DPI). The grace marks for sports and games are awarded on the basis of the recommendation of the DPI,for NSS on the basis of the recommendation of the State Coordinator, NSS and that for NCC on the recommendation of NCC Directorate.

15.Grace marks for NCC and NSS shall be awarded at the Second Year Higher Secondary Examination only.
Downloads
Application for Grace Marks to Higher Secondary Examination
Grace Mark for Scout and Guide Students in HSS
Grace Mark for Sargolsavam in HSS
Grace Mark for Science Congress participants in HSS
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