All students with full A+ would get course of their choice: Kerala Education Minister V Sivankutty
He was answering queries, put to him during the question hour of the Assembly, on whether the government had any plans to ensure students who secured A plus in all subjects get the courses they want.
The queries came in the backdrop of complaints from students and parents that those who have score A plus in all subjects are also finding it difficult to get the course of their choice in plus one (class 11).
Sivankutty said that of the around 1.2 lakh students who got A plus in all subjects, only about 5,800 were left who did not get the course of their choice even after the second supplementary allotment which got over last week.
He assured that all such students would get the courses of their choice.
Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, V D Satheesan, said that before bringing out the second supplementary list, the government ought to have first carried out school transfers and course combination transfers.
However, bringing out the supplementary list before that has resulted in thousands of full A plus students getting into courses which they do not desire just so that they do not lose out on a seat.
Sivankutty said the government will ensure that all students with full A plus would get admission in the course of their choice.