Notification for supplementary allotment to get published today

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Thiruvananthapuram: The notification for the supplementary allotment for admission to the plus one courses would be published today. The allotment, which is the last in the admission process, would be done in two stages. Those who didn’t get allotment in the main stages of allotment and those who weren’t considered for admission as they had submitted wrong details or didn’t give the final confirmation can renew their applications in this round. Besides, those who haven’t applied until now too can apply in the supplementary round.

As the appeal against the High Court order that converted 10% community quota seats in the schools run by managements of upper-class communities into merit seats and the suit against the state government taking over the 10% seats from the independent managements are still under the court’s consideration, the admission to these seats haven’t done. If the court orders to convert these seats into general seats, the supplementary allotment would include those too. The Department of General Education had earlier announced that this year’s plus one admission process would be completed by 30 September when the supplementary allotment is over.

SSLC, THLC certificates

The Secondary School Leaving Examination certificates and the Technical High School Leaving Certificates of those who have written the examinations in March this year have reached the respective district headquarters of the education department. The director of general education instructed that these certificates should be distributed at the schools from where the students can collect them. The principals should ensure that all the students received their certificates. The certificates that do not have the sign and seal of the exam secretary and the ones that have any mistakes should be returned to the district headquarters. The department has insisted that the certificates shouldn’t be laminated or kept inside plastic covers. 

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