Additional 53 batches would only cater to 3,445 students if each batch accommodates the maximum number of 65 students.
School principals have begun receiving higher secondary examination certificates and migration certificates from the district distribution centres, except in Thiruvananthapuram district.
School principals should collect the certificates from the central distribution centres in each district.
When contacted, the Pareeksha Bhavan replied that it would take another 15 – 30 days to issue the certificates.
Students can check the first allotment list at the official website — hscap.kerala.gov.in.
Teachers have been complaining that the situation is such that they have to take copies of last year's books and give these to students in order to teach
Police arrested him over a complaint filed by Education Minister V Sivankutty.
As per the latest decision, only those winning medals in events at the international level will be allotted 30 marks.
The minister added that that the system for awarding grace marks will be regularised soon.
4,19,362 regular students and 192 private students will attempt SSLC exams which will be conducted from March 9 to 29.