Kerala Plus Two Exam 2022- The Latest Timetable and Notification

+2 Timetable 2022

Department of Higher Secondary examinations has notified for Second Year Higher Secondary Examinations 2022 as per the timetable given below. All school going and SCOLE Kerala candidates who have been promoted to the second year of the higher secondary course can register for this examination provided they have undergone the continuous evaluation process in all the subjects. Registration of candidates who have not completed the CE process shall be cancelled.

TIMETABLE FOR PLUS TWO BOARD EXAM MARCH-APRIL 2022

SL. NO.DATESUBJECTS
130/03/2022 WEDNESDAYSOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY, ELECTRONIC SERVICE TECHNOLOGY (OLD), ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
201/04/2022 FRIDAYCHEMISTRY, HISTORY, ISLAMIC HISTORY & CULTURE, BUSINESS STUDIES, COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH
305/04/2022 TUESDAYMATHEMATICS, PART III LANGUAGES, SANSKRIT SASTRA, PSYCHOLOGY
407/04/2022 THURSDAYPART II LANGUAGES, COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (OLD), COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
511/04/2022 MONDAYGEOGRAPHY, MUSIC, SOCIAL WORK, GEOLOGY, ACCOUNTANCY
613/04/2022 WEDNESDAYBIOLOGY, ELECTRONICS, POLITICAL SCIENCE, SANSKRIT SAHITHYA, COMPUTER APPLICATION, ENGLISH LITERATURE
718/04/2022 MONDAYPART I ENGLISH
820/04/2022 WEDNESDAYPHYSICS. ECONOMICS
922/04/2022 FRIDAYHOME SCIENCE. GANDHIAN STUDIES, PHILOSOPHY, JOURNALISM, COMPUTER SCIENCE, STATISTICS

TIME OF EXAMINATION

Subjects without Practicals- 9.45 A.M TO 12.30 P.M (1ST) including Cool Off Time of 15 minutes.

Subjects with Practicals – except Biology & Music- 9.45A.M TO 12.00 P.M (1ST) including Cool Off Time (15 minutes).

Biology- 9.45 A.M TO 12.10 P.M (IST] including Cool Off Time (20 minutes ie., 15 minutes for Botany & Zoology and 5 minutes preparatory time for Zoology)

Music- 9.45 A.M TO 11.30 A.M [1ST] including Cool Off Time (15 minutes)

NB: The Practical Evaluation will be conducted from 21/02/2022 to 15/03/2022.

DHSE Plus Two Board Exam 2022- Details

a)            The total combined scores of First- and Second-Year Examinations of each subject shall be 200.

b)           The Grade in each subject shall be determined by the combined scores of First- and Second-Year Examinations.

c)            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 the total of First- and Second-year Terminal Evaluation. The minimum score required for Terminal Evaluation for subjects with Practical Evaluation is 36 and for subjects without Practical Evaluation is 48.

d)           For securing D+ grade for Music, separate minimum of 30% score of T.E. as well as PE (24 scores each) shall be obtained.

e)           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.

f)      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.

DISTRIBUTION OF SCORES FOR HIGHER SECONDARY EXAMINATION 2022

ItemC.EP.ET.ETotalTime of T.E.
Subjects without Practical20801002.5 hrs
For Music2080401401.5 hrs
Biology2040601202 hrs
For other Subjects with Practical2040601202 hrs

NINE point grading scale for +2 examination 2022

(Combined scores obtained hv a candidate in the First «& Second Year Higher Secondary Examinations taken together)

GradeGrade Range
A+Total Score 180 -200
ATotal Score 160-179
B+Total Score 140 – 159
BTotal Score 120-139
C+Total Score 100- 119 with TE Score greater than or equal to 30% of TE Maximum
CTotal Score 80 – 99 with TE Score greater than or equal to 30% of TE Maximum
D+Total Score 60 – 79 with TE Score greater than or equal to 30% of TE Maximum
DTotal Score 40 – 59 or TE Score less than 30% of TE Maximum
ETotal Score below – 40

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES APPEARING FOR THE HIGHER SECONDARY EXAMINATION

i.             Candidates shall take their seats in the examination hall at the first bell.

ii. Candidates presenting themselves more than half an hour after the commencement of examination shall not be admitted.

iii.           Candidates who are suffering from infectious diseases of any kind shall stay away from the examination.

iv.           Candidates shall carry the admission tickets with them to the examination hall, on all days of terminal and practical evaluation.

v.            Candidates shall bring all necessary materials such as a pen, pencil, drawing instruments, non-programmable calculator and transparent water bottles to the examination hall.

vi.           Candidates shall not communicate with each other or with any person outside the examination hall or exchange materials including answer sheets in the examination hall. They shall not carry any material that could help in malpractice to the examination hall.

vii.          Candidates shall write their register numbers and other details on the facing sheet of the answer script in the space provided. They are prevented from writing their register numbers or putting any other identifying mark on any other part of the answer script. They are also prevented from writing any matter on the question paper and admission ticket other than the details asked for.

viii.         Candidates are not permitted to bring Clark’s table or any other data table to the examination hall. All required data shall be provided in the question paper itself.

ix.           Candidates shall attend the part I, II and III language examinations in the languages concerned or as per instructions contained in the question paper. While attending the examinations in all other subjects the candidates are permitted to use any of the following languages – English, Malayalam, Tamil and Kannada. However, candidates shall not use more than two languages in any one answer script. Of the two languages used in an answer script, one shall be English.

x.            Candidates shall not be permitted to leave the examination hall 30 minutes before the completion of the examination. Once a candidate leaves the examination hall, he shall not be permitted to re-enter the hall.

xi.           Candidates shall leave the hall only after handing over the answer scripts to the invigilators.

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