Results of Plus Two examinations conducted by the Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) are likely to be announced by last week of May and admission process for Plus Three classes may proceed from June 1.

There would be no top 20 list of candidates in this year’s plus two examinations marred by controversy of question leak. However, a list comprising names of students who would secure 90 per cent would be published after due diligence is taken in this matter.

A total of 2.8 lakh students had appeared for the Plus Two examination in science, commerce and arts streams.

Online Common Application Forms for admission into Plus Three classes are scheduled to be made available from June 1.

The last date for applying for admission is June 15. The Higher Education Department will publish first selection list on June 26. The whole process of admission into Plus Three classes will be completed within 52 days.

To facilitate smooth admission process, the State government has decided to open and operationalise Internet facility centre with the help of Common Service Centre (Jana Seva Kendra) or private vendor in their locality.

However, colleges would provide electricity and room space for the Internet Facility Centre in the college premises for which the vendor will have to pay to concerned college per allocation.

Besides, Students Admission Management System Helpdesk will be set up to manage the footfalls at the colleges during e-Admission and to provide information on the modus operandi of the project to the students and parents.