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After the much anticipation Kerala higher secondary examination plus two results 2016 were officially announced by chief secretary SM Jayanandh. This year about 80.94 % of students have passed in Higher secondary second year examination conducted on March. Last year the winning percentage was 83.96%. Compared to last year, this year the results was not as good as the pass percentage has come down slightly. VHSE pass percentage on this year is slightly lower compared to HSC pass percentage. This year about 79.03 % of students were eligible for higher studies from Vocational higher secondary school second year examination.
Number of students scored full A+ in higher secondary examination results 2016
A total of 9870 students were scored A+ in all subjects in the HSC examination 2016. Out of them 70 % are girls students. About 125 students were scored 100 marks in all subjects of the plus two examination 2016 conducted by department of higher secondary education. The highest winning percentage based on district wise is goes to Kannur and they earned about 84.86 % while the lowest winning percentage based on districtwise is goes to Pathanamthitta and they got about 72.4%. The results were announced by chief secretary SM Vijayanandh as the education minister is not allowed to publish the results based on code of conduct in place of upcoming assembly election. After the results declaration, the higher secondary education director has stated that students were given minimal moderation marks.
Certificate distribution planned to be finished on June.
Based on the current planning this year higher secondary examination certificate distribution will be finished by the first week of June. VHSE certificate also will available on schools by 25 of this month. Students of higher secondary schools can submit application for revaluation, answer paper copy, or cross valuation of higher secondary examination till May 20 whereas students of vocational higher secondary schools can submit application till May 28. Its said that, both first year and second year higher secondary examination marks will be documented on the certificate separately. The marks will display both continuous evolution and terminal evolution marks. Maximum marks and grade for each subject also will be available in the certificate. About 51187 students were obtain grace marks for their contribution in other areas in higher secondary examination while 13390 students were got grace marks in vocational higher secondary examination. No, revaluation or cross checking is available for the subjects physics, chemistry and maths in both higher secondary and vocational higher secondary examination as double valuation has already conducted. Anyhow students can apply for copy of the answer sheet of these papers. Application for revaluation, answers paper copy, or cross valuation need to submit on the school were the students have written their higher secondary examination. Model of application form will be available in the respective schools or candidates can download it from higher secondary portal. Fees for application of revaluatioin, answer paper copy, or cross valuation is stated below.
Students who have eligible for higher studies can also obtain migration certificate from their schools along with the mark lists certificate. For this students not required to pay additional fees. For VHSE examination paper revaluatioin, answer paper copy, or cross valuation, students are required to download application form from VHSE portal and submit by fill the form before May 28 4.00 PM. Fees for these are same as in HSC. Students are also requested to add the copy of their marklists which is available with results.
Higher Secondary SAY/ Improvement examination to be started on June 2
This year higher secondary plus two save a year (SAY) examination and improvement examination is planned to be conducted on June 2. SAY/ Improvement examination is scheduled to be conducted morning 9.30 and noon 2.00 PM. Students who have appeared for first time in higher secondary plus two regular examination can wrote SAY examination for their failed subjects. They are eligible for writing all the subjects that they failed. Students who have written examination in old syllabus can write SAY examination if they have only one subject need to clear. They are not eligible to apply for more than one subject. Second year theory papers only have SAY/ Improvement examination is available. Exam should be written on the same centers where they written examination in March. Fees for both SAY examination and improvement examination in higher secondary are listed below.
They are required to pay addition 40 Rs as the certification fees. Application should be submitted on the schools where you written examination. You will get admission ticket from the same schools. Application form for higher secondary SAY/ Improvement examination can be downloaded from department portal or you can obtain it from the schools.
For VHSE examination also candidates are able to apply for save year examination and improvement examination. Application should be submitted to school principal. Fees for vocational higher secondary save a year examination and improvement examination is as stated above. Time table for Plus two SAY/ Improvement examination will be published later.
District wise winning Percentage of HSC examination results 2016
Are you looking for district wise winning percentage of plus two examinations 2016? Do you want to know which district has got highest winning percentage in higher secondary plus two examinations? This year a total of 80.94% of students were passed in higher secondary 12th class examination. Kannur district has got highest winning percentage with 84.86% while Pathanamthitta district has got lowest winning percentage with 72.4%. District wise higher secondary plus two examination results is listed below.
Kerala higher secondary plus one admission to be started on May 17
Kerala higher secondary plus one admission this year also conducted through single window allotment process namely eka jalakam. Kerala higher secondary centralized allotment process (HSCAP 2016) to be commenced on May 17 on the official portal. Last date for submitting application for plus one admission in Kerala state is May 31. Application should be submitted online through the official HSCAP portal specially designed for higher secondary first year admission process. Application can be submitted online by your individual PC or you can ask help of your school to submit application. After submitting online application students are requested to take printout of the application and submit it to any of nearby government or aided higher secondary school along with other relevant documents.
This year Kerala higher secondary plus one admission trial allotment results is scheduled to be published on June 7. First allotment results of HSCAP higher secondary first year admission is also scheduled to be declared on June 13. Last year first allotment was published on June 15. Classes for higher secondary first year admission is planned to be commenced on June 27 after completing admission to maximum seats through first two allotments. After the primary allotment phase there will be supplementary allotment also available. Department of higher education will publish separate notification for higher secondary plus one HSCAP supplementary allotment process 2016. As per the current status, there is a total 384230 seats are available in for first year admission including both higher secondary and vocational higher secondary. Apart from them, each year government has raised 20% seats, which means about 4.6 Lakhs of seats are available for first year admission in Kerala higher secondary in 2016.
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