Thiruvananthapuram: The first allotment list for admission to higher secondary Plus-One (Class X1) courses in schools following the Kerala state syllabus has been published. Among the 4,71849 applicants, around 2,38,150 candidates have been included in the list.
There are a total of 2,97,766 seats up for grabs via the single-window process. Now, 59,616 seats remain to be filled up.
The first allotment is for the general and the reserved categories. (The admission to the management and community quota seats are held separately.).
Now, allotment has been done for 1,44,263 seats in the general category. Meanwhile, allotment has to be done in some more seats in the reserved categories. The seats for the reserved categories that fall vacant due to lack of applicants would be turned into merits seats.
Even though there are 7,566 seats in the sports quota, there are only 3,054 applicants and among them, 2,874 candidates got through in the first allotment. Thus 4,692 seats are yet to be allotted in this category.
Pay fees, secure admission
Those who got allotment in their first option should pay the fees online or directly at the school to secure permanent admission.
Take temporary admission
Meanwhile, those who got allotment in the lower options could secure either permanent or temporary admission as they prefer. There is no need to pay fee for temporary admission. They can also cancel a few selected higher options. The application for this should be submitted the at school where they seek admission. The candidates who do not ensure temporary admission will not be considered for the next allotments.
Those who haven’t applied until now can apply for the supplementary allotment after the third allotment is published. Besides, those candidates who have given wrong information during the main stage of application or those who haven’t given the final conformation can submit new application during the supplementary allotment stage.
Meanwhile, the admission process to the higher secondary and vocational higher secondary courses have begun in the state. It will end on 10 August.