Kerala Higher Secondary Plus One, Plus Two Examination March 2015 Notification: Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala announced the Exam Dates, Time Table and the Examinations Details of Second Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2015, First Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2015, Second Year Higher Secondary Say/Improvement Examination, May/June 2015 and First Year Higher Secondary Improvement/Supplementary Examination, August /September 2015 in the notification published recently.

The Board of Higher Secondary Examinations, Kerala shall conduct the following Examinations in 2015.


1. Second Year Higher Secondary (Plus Two) Examination, March 2015.
2. First Year Higher Secondary (Plus One) Examination, March 2015.
3. Second Year Higher Secondary Say/Improvement Examination, May/June 2015.
4. First Year Higher Secondary Improvement/Supplementary Examination, August/September 2015.

Kerala Plus One-Plus Two Exam March 2015 Notification

Second Year Higher Secondary (Plus Two) Examination on 20th March 2015


The Second year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2015 shall consist of:
1) Continuous Evaluation (CE)
2) Practical Evaluation (PE)
3) Terminal Evaluation (TE)

1) Continuous Evaluation (CE)
(i) Continuous Evaluation is based on the learning activities undertaken by the candidate during the course of study.
(ii) Candidates who have undergone Continuous Evaluation (CE) for all the six subjects of the Second year course only shall be eligible to appear for the Second Year Higher Secondary Examination.

2) Practical Evaluation (PE)
(i) The Practical Evaluation shall be based on the scheme and syllabus prescribed for the Higher Secondary Course during 2013 – 2015 and shall be conducted during February / March 2015.
(ii) Candidates appearing for the Second Year Higher Secondary Examination for the first time shall attend the Practical Evaluation in all subjects for which there are practicals as per the curriculum.
(iii) Compartmental candidates who have not attended Practical Evaluation during their earlier appearances shall attend the same now. Such candidates shall appear for both Practical and Terminal Evaluation.
(iv) Candidates who absent themselves for the Practical Evaluation of a particular subject shall be treated as absent for that subject, even if they appear for Terminal Evaluation.
(v) A candidate who has appeared for Practical Evaluation once shall not appear for the Practical Evaluation again. The scores once obtained for the Practical Evaluation shall be reckoned for all subsequent appearances.
(vi)The time table for Practical Evaluation shall be made available by the Schools concerned.

3) Terminal Evaluation (TE)
The Terminal Evaluation shall be conducted in the following two Schemes.

A) SCHEME –1 (200 SCORES PER SUBJECT)
a) This Examination shall be based on the curriculum and the syllabus prescribed for the Second Year Higher Secondary course during 2014-2015.
b) The total combined scores of First and Second Year Examinations of each subject shall be 200.
c) The result of the Examination shall be determined by the combined scores of First and Second Year Examinations, taken together and grades obtained there upon by the candidate.
d) To become eligible for higher studies a candidate should obtain D+ grade or above in all subjects. To attain D+ grade for a subject, a minimum of 30% of the aggregate score of CE, PE and TE should be obtained (ie., 60 scores should be obtained) with a separate minimum score of 30% of TE maximum for Terminal Evaluation. The minimum score required for Terminal Evaluation for subjects with Practical Evaluation is 36 and for subjects without Practical Evaluation is 48.
e) For securing D+ grade for Music separate minimum of 30% score of T.E. as well as PE (24 scores each) should be obtained.
f) D+ grade for Biology shall be decided by taking the scores of Botany and Zoology together and hence a separate minimum for Botany and Zoology is not required.
g) Candidates who absent themselves for Second Year Higher Secondary Examination in any subject shall be treated as ‘absent’ for that subject even if they have appeared for that subject in the First Year Higher Secondary Examination. For determining the grade in a subject, appearance in the First Year and Second Year Examination of that subject is compulsory

B) SCHEME – 2 (100 SCORES PER SUBJECT)
a) This will be the last chance for students to write examination in this Scheme. There shall be only two examination centres in each district for Scheme-2 examination. The examination centres for Scheme-2 will be notified in due course.
b) The Examination shall be based on the curriculum & syllabus prescribed for the Second Year Higher Secondary course during 2008-2009.
c) The question papers under this scheme shall be the same as that under Scheme – 1 except for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Geography, Economics and Political Science. Separate question papers shall be provided for these subjects.
d) The eligibility for higher studies of the candidates shall be determined by the scores and grades obtained thereupon at the Second Year Higher Secondary Examination only.
e) The maximum score for each subject shall be 100.
f) A candidate should obtain 30% of the maximum score (i.e., 30 scores) with a separate minimum of 30% score for Terminal Evaluation (TE) ie., 24 scores for subjects without Practical Evaluation and 18 scores for subjects with Practical Evaluation, to become eligible for higher studies.
g) For Biology, separate minimum of 30% score of the TE maximum shall be obtained for Botany and Zoology (9 scores each for Botany & Zoology).
h) For Music, 30% score should be obtained for the Terminal Evaluation as well as the Practical Evaluation (12 scores each for TE and PE).
i) Candidate belonging to the scheme who have undergone PE earlier shall not attend Practical Evaluation again. The score obtained previously for CE and PE shall be carried forward.
j) If under any circumstances, a candidate was not able to attend Practical Evaluation previously, such candidates shall attend Practical Evaluation also. The question paper for Practical Evaluation for such candidates shall be the same as that for the candidates under Scheme – 1, but the maximum scores for evaluation shall be 20. If the candidates are absent for the Practical Evaluation, they will be treated as absent for the subject even if they attend the Terminal Evaluation.

First Year Higher Secondary (Plus One) Examination on March 2015


The First year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2015 shall consist of:
1) Continuous Evaluation (CE)
2) Terminal Evaluation (TE)

1) Continuous Evaluation (CE)
i) Continuous Evaluation is based on the learning activities undertaken by the candidate during the course of study.
ii) Candidates who have undergone Continuous Evaluation (CE) for all the six subjects only shall be eligible to appear for Terminal Evaluation of the First Year Higher Secondary Examination.

2) A) Terminal Evaluation (TE)
a) The First Year Higher Secondary Terminal Evaluation (TE) shall be conducted along with the Second Year Higher Secondary Terminal Evaluation, March 2015.
b) The scores obtained in the First Year Higher Secondary Examination shall be carried forward to the Second Year and the combined scores of First and Second Year Examinations and grades obtained thereupon shall determine the eligibility of the candidate for higher studies.
c) There shall not be any grades or separate minimum scores for each subject at the First Year Higher Secondary Examination. A score sheet showing the scores obtained for each subject shall be issued.
d) There shall not be any Practical Evaluation for the First Year Higher Secondary Examination.
e) Candidates admitted to the Higher Secondary course through School/Open School during the academic year 2014-2015 are eligible to be promoted to the Second Year course only if they have registered for the First Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2015.
f) Candidates who have attended all subjects in the First Year Higher Secondary Examination and completed the Second Year course only are eligible to register for the Second Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2016.

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