Single Window System for plus one admission in Kerala to open on July 11


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Thiruvananthapuram: Students opting to enrol into the Plus One higher secondary courses in Kerala can apply through Single Window System (Ekajalakam - www.admission.dge.kerala.gov.in) from July 11 to July 18.

The details of the courses offered to students are included in the prospectus, which is available at hscap.kerala.gov.in.

The course duration is two years. A total of six subjects are to be studied. English, an additional language subject and four optional subjects are part of the course. Language subjects include Malayalam, Hindi, Arabic, Sanskrit, Tamil, Syriac, Latin, German and Russian. According to the nature of subjects, a total of 45 combinations are available and are grouped into Science (9), Humanities (32) and Commerce (4) as given in the prospectus available at hscap.kerala.gov.in (Clause 18, page 20).

The applicant should visit the website www.admission.dge.kerala.gov.in and select 'Click for Higher Secondary Admission' link and 'Create Candidate Login' link. As per the instructions there, enter the OTP received on the mobile and create a login ID. Following this, application and subsequent document submission can be done through this portal.

Only those who passed SSLC, THSLC in state syllabus or equivalent in CBSE/CISCE (All India Secondary School Examination/Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination) can apply. Students are eligible for higher studies if they earned at least a D+ grade or equivalent in each paper of the public examination. CBSE students who opt for the combination of Mathematics must have studied Mathematics in class 10.

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