The district with help desks for submitting applications in the one-stop system for the first year admission of higher secondary. Help desks are being set up in 168 higher secondary schools in the district under the auspices of the National Service Scheme. This is in conjunction with the focus points conducted by the Career Guidance and Counseling Centers.
Applications can be submitted online for free from the help desk centers or at home, giving students and parents the option of attending schools and groups. The help desks in the district are being set up on the basis of a government order simplifying this year’s Higher Secondary / VHSE admission process in the context of Kovid.
According to this, students do not have to pay the application fee along with the application when they apply online through the one-stop-shop system. The practice of taking print out of the application and submitting it to the schools has also been eliminated this time.
The services of Akshaya Centers or Computer Centers are no longer required to submit the application. N.S.S. In addition to the schools where the unit operates, students will have the opportunity to apply at high schools where the exam is written and at all schools near their homes.
Those who are unable to apply online at home should contact the headmaster of the school where they are studying and go to the help desk centers near their homes, said the Minister of Public Instruction, Prof. C Rabindranath has informed. This year students can also apply through the NSSHELPDESK app developed for Thrissur district by the National Service Scheme.
The app also has the phone numbers of help desks in the district and the numbers of HITs. Ernakulam Regional Deputy Director K Shakuntala, NSS District Convener MV Pratheesh, Academic Coordinator VM Kareem and Career Guidance District Coordinator KS Bharatharajan said that children and parents should make the most of this service in compliance with Kovid regulations.