3.16 Lakh Students Take Plus One Admission in Kerala

As many as 3,16,687 school students have taken admission to plus one higher secondary in Kerala. The primary allotment phase in which three allotments have been held has concluded, and plus one classes got underneath manner on Thursday. The authorities had on Wednesday prolonged the admission as in keeping with the 3rd allotment to 5 p.m. On Thursday.

A complete of 2,59,715 college students have taken permanent advantage admission. The maximum wide variety of students who have taken benefit admission is in Malappuram – 40,677. In Kozhikode, 26,258 students took permanent benefit admission, whilst 24,802 took admission in Kannur, 23,587 in Palakkad, and 22,314 in Thrissur.

The variety of students admitted to network quota turned into 19,453 students. As many as 22,120 students have been admitted to management quota, and 13,272 to unaided quota. The variety of students who took permanent admission within the sports quota turned into 2,127.

The range of students who obtained allotment but did now not take admission came to 32,469. The overall training department had earlier announced that such school students might not be considered for the supplementary allotment.

The government had on Wednesday allowed school students who had secured advantage seats inside the third allotment to shift from management and unaided quota.

Admission to community and management quota seats were opened before the 3rd allotment changed into posted. Students who had taken admission to these quota seats couldn’t shift to seats as consistent with the 3rd allotment when it turned into published. This changed into the case for unaided quota seats as properly. After complaints from students, the government sooner or later announced that it had allowed them to take merit quota admission.

Minister for trendy schooling V. Sivankutty had earlier stated that a committee could be shaped after the supplementary allotment to take a look at the difficulty of better secondary seats and batches.

The minister on Thursday visited St. Mary’s better secondary school, pattom, here to welcome plus one students.

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