The Higher Secondary Centralized Admission Process (HSCAP) which regulates the Plus One admission in Kerala has released a list of trial allotment. Applicants can visit the official HSCAP website i.e. hscap.kerala.gov.in. HSCAP is a single window acceptance process.

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To check and access to the HSCAP Kerala Plus One admission list, candidates are required to log in to the official website with following credentials such as registration numbers and date of birth. Details including a school list and a list of Kerala Plus One window admissions for one window are provided on the HSCAP website.

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Candidates can check Kerala Plus One Admission Trial Allotment list by following the below steps:

STEP 1: Go to the official website- hscap.kerala.gov.in

STEP 2: In the prescribed link, enter login credentials including application number, password and region names in the spaces provided

STEP 3: Submit and view Kerala Plus One Trial Allotment results 2021

According to the departmental admission schedule for Kerala Class 11 issued by the department, Kerala Plus one main allotment will be finalized on October 18. The last day to withdraw from the admission process is November 25.

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It should be noted that if candidates need to make some adjustments in this form, they should report it immediately to the authorities. The deadline for making corrections is September 16 and no application for correction will be accepted thereafter.

After the release of allotment list, the selected students will have to verify their documents, pay the required fees and reserve their seats. However, if anyone doe not complete the documentation process, they will be removed from the allocation list.

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This year, there will be a huge increase in the number of seats in the Plus One admission due to record high pass percentages. As no entry tests are taking place this year, admission will be held on the basis of Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) marks.