A final decision on the matter will be taken after taking into account the number of students who are going to apply for the supplementary quota.
The Opposition said that the record 99.47% SSLC success had caused a serious admission crisis as even A-plus winners find it virtually impossible to secure the subject and school of their choice.
The vocational high-secondary and higher secondary admissions will end on September 29 and October 1, respectively.
In this scenario, the CBSE school managements' association and students Salvia Hussain, Sibi Wilson, and Priyanka Thomas filed the petitions.
Students who were in plus-two for 2020-21 academic year will be eligible, informed education minister V Sivankutty.
While 18,510 students got full-A-plus last year, 48,383 students got A-plus in all subjects this time.
The paper valuation and tabulation, which were delayed on account of the assembly elections and Covid pandemic, has been completed.
The tabulation of papers have entered its last phase. Once completed, the results will be approved by the Kerala Board of Public Examinations.
Many renowned educational institutions and academicians across the country have made an appeal to the government to make the evaluation process uniform and transparent.
The VHSE first-year exam will be held from September 7 to 16.