The UDF-led opposition has called for a moratorium on the issue. Introducing the proposal, Palakkad MLA Shafi Parambil said there were not enough seats for Plus One in schools in Kerala. Many students who have A + in all subjects did not get seats in the first allotment.
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In response to Shafi Parambil’s notice on an adjournment motion, Education Minister V Shivanakutty told the assembly that all Plus One applicants would get admission in the second allotment. He further said that after the first allotment, the seats in various reservation categories which were vacant would be converted into merit seats. Shivankuti said that 4,69,219 students have applied for admission out of which 1,25,509 students got A + in all subjects and this is three times more than last year.
“A total of 3,94,457 seats are available in the higher secondary sector alone this year. In addition, there are 33,000 seats in Vocational Higher Secondary and about 70,000 seats in Polytechnic / ITI,” he added.
After the minister explained, the speaker denied permission for the adjournment motion and the opposition walked out of the Kerala assembly.
Opponents, however, say they are concerned about the enrollment of nearly two lakh children as the number of Plus One seats in the state is insufficient.
Speaking to media, Leader of the Opposition, VD Satyashan said the total number of seats in Kerala is much less than the number of candidates.
“Today we have come up with the problem of students trying to get admission in Plus One seat in Kerala. The total number of seats in Kerala is much less than the number interested. So thousands of students will not get seats and 120,000 students have got full A + in all subjects. “The state government is not ready to solve the problem. They are trying to get seats but they are not getting seats in their talukas in their districts. So the situation is very serious and we have raised this issue. But the government is not ready to resolve the issue.” . ”
“Our demand is to increase seats and batches,” he added. Many schools have a gap between the number of candidates and the number of seats allocated.
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