Importance of PCM (Physics-Chemistry-Mathematics) in Kerala +2 Results 2017…!!!!

PCM (Physics-Chemistry-Mathematics) of Kerala +2 Results 2017

Once there was a time were the +2 students (except Commerce and Humanities stream) need to concentrate only on the Kerala engineering entrance score. Nowadays the things are changing day by day, as a result the commissioner of entrance examination of Kerala has decided to consider the marks of PCM (Physics-Chemistry-Mathematics) obtained from the Kerala +2 Examination, CBSE 12th, ICSE etc

Kerala +2 Results 2017 is the first result to be published among the various examination held during March 2017 for 12th students. Kerala +2 Results are likely to be publish on May 15 2017, announced by the directorate of Higher Secondary Examination of Kerala.

The fact is marks obtained for PCM taken only for Engineering entrance. The publication of Rank List for engineering courses is based on the marks for PCM obtained from the Kerala +2 Results 2017. Commissioner of entrance examination of Kerala has adopted equal weightage (50:50) for Engineering Rank List.

Rank list for Engineering courses

(i) Equal weightage of 50:50 shall be given to the score obtained in the Entrance Examination for

Engineering (Paper I & Paper II put together), and the grade/marks obtained in the Kerala +2 Results 2017 for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together, after effecting the standardization procedure as described in Clause 9.7.4 (b)(iii). In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, the marks obtained in Computer Science shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry and Computer Science, the marks obtained in Biotechnology shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, Computer Science and Biotechnology, the marks obtained in Biology shall be considered.

(ii) The Kerala +2 Results 2017 marks of the qualifying examination of each subject Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology of the students who have passed the subject, received from the respective Boards, shall be transformed out of 100. The marks of the three subjects shall be computed out of 300 after effecting standardization in each subject.

(iii) The formula for standardization as has been approved by the Expert Committee constituted vide G.O.(Rt)No.1758/2011/H.Edn. dated.03.11.2011: The marks secured by a student in the qualifying examination from any Board will be standardized with respect to the statistical parameters such as Global Mean and Global Standard Deviation. The standardized mark YBG of a candidate of the stream (B) standardized with respect to the global reference stream (G) for the subject is

 

Where MBj and SBj denote respectively the Mean and Standard Deviation of the marks out of 100 of all students who have passed in a subject of the final year of qualifying examination of any stream (B) of the year j and XBj is the mark of a candidate out of 100 for the subject in the stream (B) of the year j. The Global Mean (MG) of a subject is the combined average of the marks of that subject out of hundred of all students who have passed in that subject (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology as the case may be), of the Kerala Plus two results 2017 of Kerala HSE, Kerala VHSE, CBSE and CISCE Boards taken together for the period from 2009 to 2017. The Global Standard Deviation (SG) of the subject is the combined standard deviation of marks of that subject out of hundred of all students who have passed in that subject (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/ Biotechnology/Biology as the case may be), of the final year of the Qualifying Examination of Kerala HSE, Kerala VHSE, CBSE and CISCE Boards taken together for the period from 2009 to 2017.

(iv) The subjects of the qualifying examination considered for the computation of marks for the purpose of ranking shall be Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. The marks of the concerned subject out of hundred or an equivalent mark out of hundred, as given in the final year mark list of the Qualifying Examination of any plus two stream shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, the marks obtained in Computer Science shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry and Computer Science, the marks obtained in Biotechnology shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, Computer Science and Biotechnology, the marks obtained in Biology shall be considered.

(v) Standardization of the marks of the subjects as per the clauses 9.7.4(b)(iii) & (iv) will be effected under the supervision of the Authority concerned. The standardized mark YBG shall be taken as it is obtained from the formula given in clause 9.7.4 (b) (iii) .The sum of the standardized marks of three subjects Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/ Biology as the case may be, shall be limited to three hundred.

(vi) The score obtained by the candidate in the Engineering Entrance Examination (Paper I & Paper II put together) shall be computed out of 300, and added to the total standardized marks of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology as the case may be, of the final year of the Qualifying Examination, computed out of 300, both corrected to four places of decimals. The rank list for Engineering Courses shall be prepared based on the total marks obtained out of an Index mark of 600, computed as above.

(vii) If any Board/Authority provides results by letter grades/CGPA/OGPA etc., the candidate concerned shall have to submit the marks equivalent as required, from the Board/Authority concerned, failing which the decision on standardization of marks shall be taken based on the available information by the Committee of Statisticians constituted vide G.O.(Rt) No.1907/11/H.Edn. dated.25.11.2011, which shall be final and binding on the applicant.

(viii) If any Board/Authority fails to provide data required for the process of standardization for any year, the mean and standard deviation available for the nearest year after the year of passing of the candidate for the concerned Board/Authority shall be considered for standardization of marks and such decision shall be final and binding on the applicant.

(ix) If any Board/Authority fails to provide data requested and required for the process of standardization and the data for the nearest years after the year of passing of the candidate are also not available, then the mean and standard deviation of CBSE for the respective years, or in the absence of such information from CBSE, the mean and standard deviation of CBSE available for the nearest year after the year of passing of the candidate shall be considered for standardization of marks and such decision shall be final and binding on the applicant.