There is an extremely important update for the class 10th and 12th students in Kerala. As per the latest updates shared by the Department of Higher Secondary Education, now the students who will be appearing for their SSLC or Plus Two Examinations can change their examination centres. DHSE has offered this facility in the wake of the nationwide lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic in the state of Kerala due to which students have been confined to their homes and will not be able to travel to examination centres located in distant locations.
This facility is available to those students who have been residing in government hostels or residential schools. Students who have been stranded in other districts due to the lockdown will also be able to change their examination centres. The government has specified that under no circumstances will a change in exam centre within the same district will be accepted. Moreover, higher secondary students, as well as vocational higher secondary students, will be able to choose only those schools that offer the same subject combinations.
Kerala SSLC, Plus Two Exam 2020: Detailed Guidelines Issued By Kerala Government
The window for submission of online applications for change in the examination centres can be submitted by 21st May 2020 only. So, all the students who want to change their examination centres for Kerala SSLC, Plus Two Exam 2020 and meet the eligibility criteria of the government must complete the process as soon as possible. The final list of candidates who have been allotted the new examination centre will be released on the official websites on 23rd May 2020.
The Official Websites As Specified By The Kerala Government Are:
Thus, the students must refer to the official website on the specified date for correct information regarding their examination centres.
Kerala SSLC, Plus Two Exam 2020: Caution Must Be Exercised By Students
The government has specified that in case the exact same examination centre as desired by the student is not available, then another suitable examination centre within the same district will be allotted. Students must also observe the social distancing norms as specified from time to time.
Moreover, the SSLC students need to take care that they choose their examination centre according to the medium of examination, i.e. the language. There are two options available, i.e. English or Malayalam. For more information regarding the availability of the specified language at the examination centre, students must get in touch with their school principals.
In the meantime, students need to make use of the available online and offline learning resources to prepare for Kerala SSLC, Plus Two Exam 2020.