Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala has announced the plus two results today. Check Kerala plus two result here. The plus two results are available on the website (keralaresults.nic.in) as well. The Kerala plus two results are announced from the Public Relations Department Chambers of the Kerala Government, the official confirmed to NDTV. The Kerala Board of Secondary Education has announced the Class 10 or Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination results this week. 98.11 per cent students qualified for higher education.
Kerala Plus Two Results Today: Live Update
In a sharp contrast to its performance in SSLC result, Pathanamthitta district registers the least pass percentage in plus two board exam. 83.04% students have cleared the plus two board exam in this district.
This year a total of 3,11,375 students have qualified for +2 courses. The overall pass percentage stands at 84.33%. Last year it was 88.75%.
In Kerala plus two results last year, 180 students had scored picture-perfect 100% marks. Highest number of A+ scorers in plus two exams were from Malappuram district last year.
DHSE Kerala is expected to announce the plus one result this month. Usually the plus one results come after the plus two results. Last year the Kerala plus one results were released in May last week. The plus one exam was held from February 21 to February 27.
Dates for the SAY exam will be announced soon. Students who don't qualify the plus two board exam will be allowed to appear for "Save A Year" exam, which will be conducted by the DHSE Kerala. Last year the registration process for the SAY exam began after the plus two results were declared and continued till May 16.
In the CBSE class 10 and 12 board exam results, Thiruvananthapuram has the highest pass percentage followed by Chennai. In CBSE class 12 exam, the pass percentage in Thiruvananthapuram region is 98.2% and it is 99.85% in class 10 board exam.
Kerala SSLC result was declared on May 6 on the same day CBSE declared the class 10 result. The overall pass percentage is 98.11%. Last year 97.84% students had cleared the SSLC exam in Kerala. Along with the SSLC results, Kerala government had released THSLC, THSLC (Hearing impaired), SSLC (Hearing impaired) and AHSLC results.
Students can retain a photocopy of the online mark statement obtained. However it can't be used as an original document. Original mark sheet, pass certificate and supporting documents related to the Kerala plus two result will be issued by the respective schools, soon after the results are declared.
This year, DHSE Kerala will announce the plus two results two days earlier than last year. In 2018, the plus two results were announced 5 days earlier than it was announced in 2017.
While the overall performance stood at 83.75% pass, 79 schools in the State registered 100% pass percentage in Kerala plus two board exam, last year. The pass percentage in vocational courses was 90.24%.
Last year, a total of 3.69 lakh students took the exam and 3.09 lakh cleared it. The overall pass percentage was 83.75. Kannur district had registered the highest pass percentage at 86.75 per cent and Pathanamthitta had the lowest number of students clearing the exam with 77.16% overall pass percentage.
9 lakh candidates had registered for the higher secondary exam, both +1 and +2 courses, this year. While 4.3 lakh had registered for the Kerala plus two exam, the rest appeared for the first year intermediate exam.
Students need their roll number/ registration number and date of birth to login to the Kerala result portal.
Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala will upload the plus two result on the official website keralaresults.nic.in, results.itschool.gov.in and dhsekerala.gov.in. Due to multiple logins, immediately after the plus two results are out, the website may slow down and students may face server related issues while retrieving their result. Students need not panic and wait for a while.