Kerala vocational higher secondary final allotment results 2023 out; report to school by July 4

Kerala Vocational Admission 2023: Students will be able to download the allotment slip through candidate login at


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Kerala vocational admission allotment slip 2023 out. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)Kerala vocational admission allotment slip 2023 out. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Anu Parthiban | June 30, 2023 | 02:41 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Kerala General Education Department has notified the third and final allotment list for first-year vocational higher secondary admission today. Candidates who registered for the Kerala vocational admission 2023 will be able to check the allotment results from the official website,

The Kerala vocational higher secondary allotment slip can be downloaded by logging in through the candidate login window using phone number and password.

Shortlisted applicants will have to report to the allotment schools from July 1 to July 4 by 4 PM. Those students who fail to report for admission in the schools by 4 PM on July 4 will not be granted admission. The third allotment is not provisional, the Kerala education department said.

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If the allotted schools for students who got provisional admission in the previous allotments remain unchanged in the third allotment, such students will have to apply for permanent admission in the specified format given on the official website. They will not require an allotment slip, it said.

Applicants who are eligible for 10% reserved seats under Economically Backward Persons (EWS) should obtain income and assets certificate from village officer and produce the same during the admission process.

Certificate issued by SCERT or NCERT while studying in 8th or 10th standard must be produced to get points for NTSE.

National Means-Cum-Merit Scholarship Examination (NMMS) and Kerala LSS, USS scholarship qualified candidates should produce certificates issued by concerned authorities. Certificates for extra-curricular activities and medical certificate if any should also be carried to the allotted school during the process.

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