Secretariat Assistant Syllabus in Confusion

We had got information from KPSC that there is a change in secretariat assistant exam. But even now there is no confirmation for it. It affects the 5 lakhs of candidates who are preparing for secretariat assistant exam 2015. Candidates already had a complaint that they have no enough time for better coaching for the test due to immediate notification and exam. Now there is another complaint about syllabus.

PSC Malayalam Syllabus

Before a few days, PSC informed that next secretariat assistant question paper will not contain any questions from Malayalam. Instead of that, more questions from history will include. But the candidates and others highly argued against this decision. The administrative language of Kerala is Malayalam. So the highest employees in the administrative sector - the secretariat assistants should have better knowledge in Malayalam.

There is a complaint that PSC is planning to help the guide lobby and coaching centres indirectly. But we cannot believe it completely. Most of the candidates are waiting for the news about syllabus modification. Their request to PSC is that to publish the new syllabus for assistant/auditor secretariat as soon as possible and help them to attain their goal.


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Assistant Grade 2 Company/Board/Corporation New Rank List Publishing Soon

Kerala PSC is planning to publish the new company/board/corporation probability list in this week. The ranked candidates of this rank list will appoint in the following as assistants.

Assistant Grade 2
  • Livestock Development Board
  • Oushadhi
  • Pharmaceuticals Corporations...

PSC decided to include 8000 candidates in the main list of assistant grade 2 list. There will be 7000 candidates in the supplementary lists also. 

The number of the applicants for the assistant grade 2 examination was 3, 04, 767. There were two notifications for two assistant grade tests. One for the assistants in KSFE/KSEB and the other for the above companies/boards/corporations. It was to select the best performed candidates for best institutions like KSFE and KSEB. 

The rank list for the KSFE and KSEB assistant grade 2 had been published by PSC and the appointments from that list started. The details of advice made from the first assistant list are following.
  • OC- 930
  • Ezhava- 946
  • SC- 4645
  • ST- SL 23
  • Muslim- 1740
  • LC- 2137
  • OBC- 960
  • Viswakarma- 1076
  • SIUCN/AI- 1447
  • Hindu Nadar- 1275
  • OX- 4232
  • Dheevara- 1340
  • Blind- 13
  • Deaf- 12
  • Ortho- 15
The advised vacancies were reported on 15-6-2013 and 10-10-2013. The total vacancies reported were 26. Date of advice was 30-1-2015.

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Secretariat Assistant New Syllabus Without Malayalam!

Kerala PSC is thinking to change the syllabus of Secretariat Assistant 2015 examination. The recent information is that Malayalam will avoid from the syllabus. Instead of Malayalam, weight age of History will increase. Other parts of Assistant syllabus may change. The modified, new syllabus will publish by Kerala PSC in the website soon.

secretariat assistant without Malayalam

The previous Secretariat Exam included 10 parts. Malayalam had included by KPSC by giving it the respect for administration language. Many people accepted that decision of PSC with great pride. Kerala State government accepted the great language as the administrative language in all sense. On this occasion, why PSC is going to do such rejection against the mother tongue? This is a common doubt in the hearts of many people. A group of young people opposed this new decision.

In the previous Secretariat Assistant Syllabus, Indian History had included in the fifth category 'Facts About India'. PSC also clarified that it aims the history of India between 1857 and 1947. This time, Kerala PSC making plans to include the historical events of pre independent and post independent India. The remaining portions of last syllabus of Assistant/Auditor test were the following.

  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Mental Ability
  • General Science
  • General English
  • Information Technology and Cyber Law
There are chances to some new changes in these topics also. 

KPSC gave the responsibility of Secretariat Assistant Syllabus modification 2015 to an expert committee. According to their advice PSC will make some changes in the syllabus. Some candidates are requesting to postpone the exam if the syllabus was change. They said that the syllabus modification will affect their preparation. Even PSC publish it in the first weeks of February, they will get time which is less than 4 months. The secretariat Assistant rank list will be on the basis of single OMR test. So PSC should increase the preparation time by changing the exam date. 
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KPSC Last Grade Appointment Kollam: 106 New Advices

Kerala PSC will send 106 new advice memos to the last grade rank holders of Kollam. Then the total appointments from the present LGS list Kollam will be 1015. The advice memos to the candidates will send in the next week. 

The Present Last Grade Servant Rank List:

Open Merit - 862
Ezhava  - 856
SC - Supplementary List 37
ST - Supplementary List 14
Muslim - 1391
LC - Supplementary List 1
OBC - 1177
Viswakarma - 819
SIVC Nadar - Supplementary List 8
OX - Supplementary List 16
Dheevara - 1727

By the new 106 vacancies the list will get a big move. The validity of this LGS list is up to 2015, June 29. So the remaining candidates of this Kollam last grade list can expect the good future.  


Last Grade Kasaragode: 18000 Absentees

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Sub Inspector (SI) Short List 2014

Kerala PSC informed that the new sub inspector (SI) short list will publish within 2014 December 10. SI physical test will start in the last of December. The physical exam will complete in the month of January of 2015. KPSC will conduct the SI interview in March. After these procedures, the rank list of sub inspector post will publish in 2015, June.

This SI short list is the first list which had prepared firstly as the part of annual rank list publishing of uniform jobs under Kerala Government. This latest list is prepared on the basis of the OMR test that had conducted on August 2, 2014.

Public service commission had allowed to including 1000 candidates in the present SI list. Armed police SI rank list will contain 1500 candidates. In the appointment process of sub inspectors, 200 candidates will consider from constabulary and ministerial sections, 300 from armed police battalion and 500 people from constabulary section of armed police battalion. 

There were complaints about the cancellation of 20 questions from SI question paper. But PSC completed the valuation of SI answer sheets and prepared the short list. The final answer key of SI exam had released under the observation of experts. So PSC avoid checking that answer key of SI test again.


SI (Sub Inspector) Physical Test from December 29,2014
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Last Grade Kasaragode: 18000 Absentees

Kerala PSC conducting the last grade servant examinations in different districts from 2014 September. The LGS exam of Kasaragode was on October 25. The number of the applicants for the exam was 41459. They submitted their applications through online to KPSC. But only 23,321 candidates were present for writing the test. 18,000 were absent.

PSC had arranged exam centers for Kasaragode LGS examination in Kannur besides Kasaragode. There were 79 centers in Kasaragode and 74 in Kannur. The number of the candidates who attended the test in Kasaragode and Kannur was 13,598 and 9723 respectively.

Kerala PSC made 277 appointments from the previous LGS rank list of Kasaragode. That list which published by PSC on June 29, 2012 included 1317 candidates in the main list. The validity of this existing list will finish on 2015 June 29. Before this date PSC may publish the new rank list of LGS based on this test. The candidates of the 2012 last grade rank list will select for appointment till the publishing of the new list. Now there are 5 reported vacancies of LGS from different departments of Kerala government.

The arrival of new rank list will be a bad dream for the rank holders of the existing rank list who are waiting for the advice memo from KPSC. If the new rank list will publish by PSC before June 29 of 2015 so many of them will lost their golden chance for getting a government job. Their hard work will become like a line drawn in the water.The kind request of them to PSC is to enhance the speed of appointment from the present LGS list.


Last Grade Exams 2014
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LDC Mainlist and Cut off Marks of 14 Districts

LD Clerk Cut off Marks of Various Districts of Kerala:

  • Thiruvananthapuram- 66.33
  • Kollam- 64.33
  • Pathanamthitta- 48
  • Alappuzha- 61.33
  • Eranakulam- 60
  • Thrissur- 63
  • Palakad- 58.67
  • Malappuram- 62
  • Kozhikode- 47
  • Wayanad- 49.67
  • Kannur- 52.67
  • Kasargode- 48

Kerala PSC published the LDC probability list on October 30, 2014. There are 48, 284 candidates are included in the lists of 14 districts. The main list of LDC 2014 contains 25, 003 people. 

The maximum number of candidates is present in the Trivandrum list- 6760. The least number is in Wayanad- 1818. The shortest main list is also in Wayanad-998. PSC had decided to include 100 candidates in the LD Clerk Rank list of  Idukky, Wayanad and Kasargode. But the published new LDC list contains 999 and 998 candidates in those lists. 

The cut off  marks of various districts are higher than the previous LD Clerk exam. The cut off mark of new LDC exam of 14 districts can find out from the top. Among the Kerala districts, 3 has low cut off mark than the last year's exam. It had increased in the districts like Trivandrum, Kollam, Palakad, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Idukky, Eranakulam, Thrissur, Malappuram, Wayanad and Kasargode. The high variation in the cut off mark from the last one is in Malappuram - it increased from 50 to 62. In Palakad it increased from 47 to 58.67. In Kozhikode situation is different. In last LDC exam cut off was 69 in Kozhikode. But now it reduced into 47.

The LDC certificate verification will start from November 27, 2014. The candidates should upload their certificates through their one time registration profile in the KPSC website. They can do this from November 1 to 26. The PSC employees and the officers will get training for the certificate verification process. 
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SET February 2014 Result

The Kerala high court ordered to publish the result of SET examination conducted in 2014 February 2.It was stayed by the court due to the request of NSS and a student to examine the matter of reservation marks for backward categories. But high court had rejected the request and considered request of another candidate to publish the SET result as soon as possible. Justice A Muhammad Mustaq had ordered this to the LBS centre Director to publish the Kerala SET result within one month. Due to this stay many candidates could not apply for the guest lecturers of various new plus two batches and schools. One chance for writing the State Eligibility Test had lost by many candidates.

According to the new mark system the general category should attain 50% aggregate mark. It is 45 5 for the OBC applicants, 40% for the SC/ST and the PH candidates. The judge told that this new criteria of mark is to ensure the equality for all people. Now the LBS centre office is very busy with the procedures to publish the SET result immediately.

LBS centre authority also gives this information to submit the necessary certificates to show the right for mark reservation within 2014 October 18.The OBC candidates shall produce the non creamy layer certificate, the SC/ST applicants shall submit the caste certificate and the physically handicapped candidates shall submit the medical certificate to prove they are handicapped. The candidates who had been already submit these certificates need not produce them again.

This high court order is a relief for many candidates who are waiting for the State Eligibility Test (SET) from 2014 February. This is also a happy news for the people who are expecting a new notification of SET. There is a chance to conduct the next SET in February 2015. The new notification may come in December 2014. 
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LDC Probability List on Oct-30

Kerala PSC will publish the LD clerk probability list on 2014 October 30. PSC had told many days for publishing the list. But due to many technical problems it could not make practical. But now all the procedures are complete and the probability list of LDC examination qualified candidates are ready.

The certificate verification of the listed candidates will conduct from 2014 November 27. The centers for the process will inform the candidates later. The candidates shall upload their certificates through the one time registration profile of them to the Kerala PSC official website. The candidates should present for the certificate verification only after uploading the certificates.

The rank list/short list of the LDC exam will publish by the candidates on March 31 of 2014. On the same day the last LDC rank list will become invalid. From March 31 the appointment of LD clerks will be from this rank list.

There is no guarantee to get a place in the short list for all the candidates in probability list. During the certificate verification any problem would find out, the particular candidate will. Many of the candidates had lost the chance to get rank in the rank list due to various reasons. Some common reasons among them are:

If the photograph in the hall ticket has no name and date with it.

If the candidate uploaded the photograph without his name and date while one time registration.

Any problem with regard to qualification.

Any malpractice with the submission of certificates etc...

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Kerala PSC launched Online Examination Centre

Kerala Public Service Commission (Kerala PSC) had launched its own online examination center in Trivandrum PSC head office. On August 28, 2014 Kerala Chief Minister Mr. Umman Chandy inaugurated the online exam centre of KPSC. Kerala PSC is the first Public Service Commission which introduced first own online examination center in India. The Rajasthan PSC is the first PSC which launched the online examination for PSC test. But it was with the help of external agency. Here is the difference of KPSC. Kerala PSC started the online PSC system as its own; there is no role for any externals. KPSC had very careful in that to ensure the security of the test.

Besides the Trivandrum Online Exam Centre, KPSC will start the same in Pathanamthitta and Eranakulam in near future. After that it will launch in Idukky, Thrissur, Calicut and Kasargode. Kerala PSC is planning to conduct all the PSC exams which have a little number of applicants through the online examination centers. The Trivandrum Online Exam center has the capacity of 240 candidates to attend the exam simultaneously.

KPSC Online Examination Security:

There is no need to doubt the security of the Kerala PSC online test. During the uploading of the questions PSC, the questions would be in an encrypted form. They are stored in the database in the real format. Nobody can see them in the real font style. The server which contains the questions is under the observation of PSC examination controller and the camera system will be always working for 24 hours. The questions from more experts will code and no one can find out the person who prepared those questions. Only after the collection from those persons, the questions will select by different selection methods. So there is no chance for any prediction. The examination controller from PSC will permit the assistants to download the questions for the test only 45 minutes before the exam. Even after the downloading no one can read them properly. The questions will become readable to the human only at the time of the test. 

All the candidates are under keen observation after they reach at the exam center. There are 16 cameras in the online examination hall. KPSC had appointed invigilators in the ratio of 1:24 (that means 1 for 24 candidates). The Assistant Superintendent from the KPSC will observe all the examination process through the camera on live. All the electronic devices like calculator, mobile phone etc... are prohibited in the examination hall. There is no permission for communication between the candidates in the exam hall and to look into others' computer screen. The candidates who will try to practice any misbehavior during the test will prosecute and punish by the authority. 

KPSC Conducts Test for many batches with the Same Online Exam Question Paper: 

The Kerala PSC Online examination center had designed to conduct the test for more than 1 batch with the same questions. There is no chance for communication between two batches. While the online test of the first batch is going on the next batch will wait in the waiting room. After the exam the previous batch will send outside through a different door. Simultaneously the second batch will enter to the exam hall. So there is no chance for communication between the batches. There by the confidentiality of the test can maintain. So the PSC can conduct the same test with the same question paper. 

The Kerala Government had set up the online PSC examination center with 5 crores Rupees. The exam center had built in an area of 12,500 sq feet. There are very good facilities to write the examination for 240 candidates at a time. The project became practical with the help of KEL and Keltron. There is 200 KVA generator in the exam center to overcome the absence of electricity. There are public service system and LED televisions in the exam center. 


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Kerala PSC Online Examination: How to Write Tips

Kerala PSC is the first public service commission which set up own online examination system in India. Two PSC online tests had completed. They were for the posts of HSST (computer science) and engineer (civil). The PSC online exam centre of Kerala is in Trivandrum head office.

Many candidates have so many doubts related to the online PSC examination. They have no idea to write the online examination of KPSC. Here are the important tips on which the candidates who are going to appear for an PSC online exam. 

  • All the candidates should enter the online examination hall half an hour before the starting time of the PSC test. 
  • They should find out their allotted seats by finding out the register number in PSC hall ticket.
  • As soon as the candidates enter the exam hall they will get an access card which contain an user ID and password.
  • All of them should loin to the online examination site. The applicants should enter their user ID and password in their access card by using the virtual keyboard which appear on the computer screen.
  • Then you can see the instructions from the Kerala PSC to attend the online test.
  • The first 15 minutes before the exam there will be a mock test to familiar with the online examination practice. The 20 model questions with 4 options will come on the screen. To answer these 20 question the candidate will get 15 minutes. Click on the right option.
  • After a particular time you can see the details about the number of total questions, answered questions and the dropped questions. 
  • After the PSC online mock test, the actual test will start on time.
  • There will be 100 questions. Each consists of 4 options.
  • Duration of the online test is 75 minutes.
  • Each correct answer will get 1 mark.
  • There is negative marking for each wrong answer (0.33 marks for each wrong response)
  • At a time you can see only one question with its 4 options.
  • There is no time limit to answer the questions.
  • You can see the options like 'previous' 'next' and 'clear response'. To go to the previous question you should click on 'previous' button. To pass to the next question you should click on 'next' button. To delete a response to any question, you should click on 'clear response' button and add any other answer.
  • There 100 small white boxes, below the above mentioned buttons which are marked as 1 to 100. When you answer each question the box which carries particular question number will become blue from white. To reach to the questions from 1 to 100 directly you should click on these small boxes. 
  • After entering the answer the candidate should click on 'next' button to save the answer, otherwise it will not save to the system.
  • The candidates can always see the number of remaining questions to answer and the remaining time to finish the online test on the screen.
  • The other functions in the computers which give to the online examination candidates should be disable.
  • When the timer on the screen will reach to '0' the all answers which the candidate entered should save and the candidate will log out automatically. The statistics page will appear. 
  • After the logging out no one can enter or correct anything to the site. 
These are the major steps to write the KPSC online examination. The candidates should read the instructions from the Kerala PSC carefully and attend the online test of PSC.        


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Kerala PSC LPSA Notification 2014

Kerala PSC invited applications for the LPSA Examination 2014 .LPSA (Lower Primary School Assistant) is the post for TTC passed candidates who are wishing to become lower primary teachers. Kerala PSC will select the suitable candidates by conducting district wise test. The qualified candidates can apply through their one time registration profile by entering into the official website of Kerala PSC.

LPSA Salary Scale: 13210-22360 Rs

LPSA Reservation:

As per the information from the Kerala Public Service Commission for the LPSA post there is 3% reservation for the handicapped/disabled persons (GO(p)1/13/SJD dt 3-1-2013)

LPSA Appointment:

Way of appointment is direct.

Age limit to apply for LPSA test:

18-40. The applicants should born in between 2-1-1974 and 1-1-1996 (including both dates).The deserved candidates like backward category can get reservation.

LPSA Qualification:

1) A pass in SSLC Examination conducted by the Examination Commissioner of Kerala Government.
A pass in the Pre Degree Examination conducted by any recognized University of Kerala.
A pass in Higher Secondary Examination conducted by Kerala Higher Secondary Examination Board 

The equivalent qualifications will also consider

2) A pass in TTC Examination conducted by Kerala Government Examination Commission.


  • B Ed is not a substitute for the TTC qualification.
  • The candidates should study Malayalam either in PART 1 or in PART 2 in SSLC.
LPSA Written Test:

It will be in Malayalam language. It may or may not an OMR test. The candidates should follow the Kerala PSC announcements to know the date of LPSA Examination 2014. While writing the written test all candidates shall obey the instructions given by the KPSC through the LPSA Question booklet.

LPSA syllabus:

Part 1: General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Part 2: General Science

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
Part 3: Social Science
  • History
  • Geography
Part 4: Simple Arithmetic
Part 5: General English
Part 6: Educational Psychology

Part 1-5 include SSLC standard topics and Part 6 includes TTC based topics.

Maximum Marks of LPSA Examination: 100 marks. Every 3 wrong answers will lead to 1 negative mark.

Medium of Questions- Malayalam

The LPSA short list and rank list will publish by the Kerala PSC as soon as possible after the test. PSC had been reported about the LPSA vacancies by the education department to distribute qualified teachers to the various LP schools in the 14 districts.

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Kerala PSC UPSA Notification 2014

Kerala PSC notified UPSA (Upper Primary School Assistant) examination 2014.It will be district wise recruitment to the UPSA vacancies in the various UP schools in 14 districts of Kerala. Kerala PSC will select the candidates for the posts by direct appointment through written test. The applicants should pass TTC or B Ed Examination to apply for the Kerala PSC UPSA test 2014.

UPSA Salary Scale: 13210-22360 RS

UPSA Vacancies in Kerala:

There are number of vacancies were calculated by Public Service Commission in the following districts.
Trivandrum, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alapuzha, Kottayam, Idukky, Eranakulam, Thrissur, Palakhad, Malapuram, Kozhikode, Waynad, Kannur, Kasargode.

UPSA Reservation for handicapped persons.

According to the gazetted  order from the Kerala Government (GO(p) 1/13/SJD), 3% of the vacancies in UPSA post had reserved for the disabled persons ( Loco motor disability cerebral palsy, blindness/partial blindness).

Age limit for UPSA application:

18-40. Applicants should born in between 2-1-1074 and 1-1-1996 (including both days). The backward categories will get reservation.

UPSA Qualification to apply:

1) A pass in SSLC examination conducted by examination commissioner of Kerala government or equivalent.

A pass in Pre Degree conducted by any University in Kerala
A Pass in Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the Kerala Higher Secondary Board.

2) A pass in TTC Examination or Any Deggre with B ED / BTLT

NB: The applicats should study Malayalam language in SSLC either in PART 1 or in PART 2.

UPSA written test:

UPSA Examination may not be an OMR test. It may conduct in a different way by Kerala PSC. So candidates should follow the instructions in the UPSA question booklet while answering.

UPSA Syllabus 2014:

Part 1: General knowledge and Current Affairs

Part 2: General Science- Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Part 3: Social Science- History and Geography
Part 4: Simple Arithmetic
Part 5: General English
Part 6: Educational Psychology

PART 1-5 - SSLC Standard
PART 6 - TTC Standard

Maximum Marks: 100 ( 1 negative mark for 3 wrong answers)
Duration of test: 1.15 hours
Medium of Questions: Malayalam 
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Kerala PSC Examination Tips for Applicants

Many of the youngsters trying to win Kerala PSC examinations to get a place in the society. Everyone is working hard to increase their knowledge level for that. With that the candidates should know about certain things on which they should keep their mind. Every applicant should follow some important points before the KPSC test. 

The last grade examinations are coming. All of you are preparing for that. I am here describes some helpful tips to achieve better rank in the LGS examination also.   

Kerala PSC Demands the Punctuality:

All the candidates should care about the time and punctuality. You should reach the examination centre allowed by PSC on time. For example, in the case of last grade test it is at 1.30 PM. After 1.30 pm nobody will permit by KPSC authority to enter the main gate of Kerala PSC exam centre. Recently many people lost their chance to write the Kerala Public Service Commission OMR test due to their reason. So all of you keep your punctuality.

Submit Any Identity Card Recognized by KPSC:

Every candidate should submit anyone of their ID cards which had recognized by PSC. It should be contain photograph of the candidate. The photocopy of the ID card is not need. Candidates should bring the original one. Without any of the following identity cards, the applicant will not get permission from PSC to attend the test.

  • Voters ID 
  • Driving License
  • Passport
  • ID card for Handicapped Persons
  • Passbook with Photograph from Nationalized Bank
  • ID card of Govt Servants from their Departments
  • ID card of X-service Men
  • Conductor License
  • Passbook from Scheduled bank, State Co-operative Bank and District Co-operative Bank
  • ID card of Servants in Various Company/Board/Corporations.
  • ID card of University Employees
  • Medical Certificate with Photo from Medical Board
  • ID card of Lawyers from Bar Council
  • Aadhaar

How to Download Kerala PSC Hall Ticket:

  • Click on the link 'One Time Registration' in the home page of Kerala PSC website (www.keralapsc.gov.in)
  • Type your User ID and Password
  • You can see your profile with your uploaded photograph
  • Click on 'Admission Ticket'
  • You can find out the name of particular examination
  • Click on the icon on its right side and get the hall ticket
  • Download and print the KPSC hall ticket in an A4 size paper and submit during test
Notice the Emblem and Bar Code in Your Hall Tickets:

All the applicants should care about the clarity of the emblem of Kerala Public Service Commission and the bar code in their hall ticket. If you submit the admission tickets without the clear emblem or bar code you can't attend the examination. Even though you can write the test due to the carelessness of invigilator, PSC will not value the answer sheet.

Don't Paste Extra Photograph on Hall Ticket:

Your hall ticket will contain the uploaded photograph during one time registration. So there is no need to paste extra photo on the printed one. If you do so, the PSC will not allow you to get in the exam hall.

Name and Date are Necessary in the Hall Ticket:

The candidates should check the clarity of name and date on their photo in the KPSC hall ticket. If you did not enter the name and date on the uploaded photograph for one time registration, your photograph in the hall ticket will not have those. So notice this point.

Kerala PSC OMR Test - Tips to Attend Successfully:

Write your register number in the suitable box and bubble the particular numbers. 

Sign in right place in the address list which will give you by the invigilator in examination hall. If you sign at wrong place, your answer sheet will not value by PSC

Separate part A and part B of the answer sheet after exam and give them to the invigilator. The separation should make through a printed bar code. Don't make any damage to the bar code. If you do so it will lead to make your answer sheet invalid.

Don't write anything with pen/pencil on the bar code

Submit the ID card on time in the exam hall (1.30).

The electronic/communication devices like mobile phone, digital diary, calculator etc.... will not permit in the exam hall. 

Don't try to get out of the examination hall before the test has completed.

Keep decency during examination.

Remember to receive attendance certificate to get travel allowance from any concern.

Kerala PSC will not permit any one to change the exam centre.

All Kerala PSC examinations are conducted using OMR system (Optical Mark Reader). The answer sheets are designed to match with this. So don't try to make any dots, holes or any dirt on your answer sheets.

Keep hall ticket, writing board and ball point pen (black/blue) with you while going to PSC tests. 

The Kerala PSC question booklets are 4 types with the alpha codes A, B, C, D. To value your OMR answer sheet the correct alpha code is essential. If you get the question booklet with different alpha code from the code on your answer sheet inform to the invigilator.

Bubble the answers completely.

Don't try to change the bubble. If you bubble two answers for the same question PSC will consider it as invalid answer and get negative mark.

You should write and bubble the register by looking in hall ticket.

Add your date of birth in proper place.

Each OMR sheet contains the space for 100 answers. The part A will value by the OMR machine. It will contain only the bar code and alpha code. Bar code is the false number to identify the candidate. If you write or label anything on the bar code, your answer sheet will be invalid.

You can work out any answers in the extra blank page with the question booklet. 

Read the instructions in the question booklet before starting to write the examination.

How to Fill Up the OMR Answer Sheets:

Don't write anything in the column under invigilator's signature (without name). It is for the signature of invigilator of your exam hall. 

You should write the register number in the appropriate boxes by looking carefully in the hall ticket which you downloaded from Kerala PSC website. There are some circles below the numbers from '0' to '9'. Bubble the proper circles which denote your register number.

Write and bubble your date of birth in the order date-month-year.

Date of the examination conducted and the name of the examination should write and bubble properly. The date should contain date-month-year.  

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Last Grade Rank List Modified: Advice Starts from September

Last Grade rank list of Company/Board/ Corporation had modified by the Kerala PSC by including 4 more General candidates into the main list. The advice will send from the middle of September. Besides the new main list candidates PSC placed 5 new candidates into the Hindu Nadar Supplementary list of the Company/ Board/ Corporation LGS list. Due to the entry of the new 9 rank holders the rank order had changed.

The new candidates were added at the following places

  • Under Rank Numbers 177, 402, 2446 and 2561 of the Main list of the Last Grade Servant Rank list.
  • In Hindu Nadar Supplementary List 3 candidates were added below the rank 39, others were placed under the ranks 47 and 5.
Now there are 970 vacancies present in various Companies/ Boards/ Corporations. KPSC authority informed that the advice for the LGS post had delayed because of the modification in the LGS rank list. 

The Last Grade Notification for the various companies/boards/corporations was in 2009. Public Service Commission published its rank list on 16-06-2014.

When PSC start to appoint more candidates from this list to the post of LGS in various companies/boards/corporations many PSC rank lists will move very strongly. Many of the candidates who had a rank in the rank lists of PSC examinations are same. So when they will get more Government jobs they shall avoid many vacancies. Then others who follow them in the rank lists also get chances ti attain a Government job.

To speed op the appointments from this LGS rank list the rank holders can make an association and held frequent meetings to take proper decisions. They can know the details of the vacancies in different companies, boards and corporations in Kerala. By the help of the Information Act they can proceed the procedures to clear about the number of vacancies in each institution and can make strong force on the authority to send advice in right way. You can enquire the vacancies in the following companies/ boards/ corporations.

Various Company/Board/Corporations In Kerala:

  • Form Matings India Ltd
  • Forest Industries (Travancore) Ltd
  • Agro Industries Corporation
  • Agro Machinery Corporation Ltd
  • Artisans Development Corporation Ltd
  • Kerala Automobiles Ltd
  • Kerala Ceramics Ltd
  • Kerala Electrical And Allied Engineering Company Ltd
  • Kerala Financial Corporation
  • Forest Development Corporation Ltd
  • Head Load Workers Welfare Fund Board
  • Land Development Corporation Ltd
  • Live stalk Development Board
  • Shipping and Inland Navigation Corporation 
  • Cashew Development Corporation
  • Civil Supplies Corporation
  • Construction Corporation Ltd
  • Development Corporation For SC/ST Ltd
  • Drugs and Pharmaceuticals LTD
  • KSEB
  • Film Development Corporation
  • KSFE
  • Handicapped Persons' Welfare Corporation LTD
  • Hand loom Development Corporation LTD
  • Industries Development Corporation
  • Industrial Enterprises Ltd
  • Toddy Workers Welfare Fund Board
  • KTDC
  • Water Authority
  • Malabar Cements
  • Motor Transport Workers Welfare Fund Board
  • Pharmaceuticals Corporation
  • Plantation Corporation
  • State Farming Corporation
  • Minerals and Metals
  • Traco Cable Company
  • Transformers and Electricals Kerala Ltd
  • Travancore Cochin Chemicals Ltd
  • Travancore Titanium Products
  • United Electrical Industries Ltd
  • Poultry Development Corporation 
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