• Higher Secondary

    Module of HSSTTP released by Hon. Minister for General Education on 14-11-2018 at SCERT Kerala

  • Higher Secondary

    On the eve of HSSTTP Module release .


    conducting seminars for students and teachers for the betterment of their knowledge about academic as social activities.


    The library has a collection of more than 56500 books including nearly 2500 reference books.

  • Secondary

  • NSQF

  • Quality Education

    SCERT is committed to quality education by implementing modern curriculum, preparing resource materials and developing an education system that ensures quality education in the schools of Kerala

  • Curriculum

    Curriculum framework reflects the vision and mission of goals of education in the State without which education will be an aimless, direction-less activity. The department stands as quintessential factor for the development of educational activities in the State.

  • Art, physical, health and vocational education has been established with a view to cater to the academic quality and standards in curricular areas like art, health, physical and vocational education.

  • conducting many workshops in order to improve the quality of academic professionals





It  is a great way for academic persons  to learn about a particular subject, learn new projects, and methods through practices.


Seminars actually a great chance for the students to improve their skills within their curriculum.


The State Council of Educational Research and Training

SCERT (Kerala) functions as an R&D institute at the state level by providing guidance, support and assistance to the State Education Department in its endeavor to improve the quality of elementary and secondary education and teacher education. To achieve this goal, the SCERT conducts research Studies, develops information systems, curricular policies, and instructional materials and co-ordinates in-service education for teachers at all levels.

SCERT is concerned with the academic aspects of school education including formulation of curriculum, preparation of textbooks, teachers’ handbooks and teacher training. It advises the Government on policy matters relating to school education

The academic activities and programmes of SCERT are carried out by the various departments / units. SCERT plans and co-ordinates all academic projects and programmes in the state.

Prof. C. Raveendranath
Honourable Minister for Education
Chairman , SCERT

Sri. Shajahan IAS
Secretary, General Education Department
Vice Chairman – SCERT

Dr. J. Prasad
Director – SCERT




School education to be of international standards:

High-tech classes to be set up from classes 8 to 12.

Mission ‘Pothu Vidyabhasa Samrakshana Yajnam’ started. Classes 1 to 12 are being made hi-tech. In the first stage, project started in 2017-18 to make 45,000 high school and higher secondary classes hi-tech. Public (government, aided) schools will be made centres of excellence. In the first stage, a government school in each constituency will be provided with up to Rs. 5 crores. Government schools not included here but with student strength of more than 1000 will be provided up to Rs. 3 crores. Government will provide money equivalent to that spent by aided schools (subject to a maximum of Rs. 1 crore). L.P and U.P. schools are being modernized using the Rs 216 crores set aside for infrastructure development in the Budget estimate for Higher Education.