The Kerala state plus two(12th board) exam results conducted by the Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) were declared at 2 pm today. Kerala State Education Minister Prof.C.RaveendraNath officially declared the results. A total of 37565 students appeared for the Kerala state plus two exams. Out of them, 319782 students became eligible for higher studies. 18510 students obtained full A+ grade. For VHSE, the pass percentage is 76.06%, Technical 98.75%, and in Kalamandalam 87.94%. And also,114 schools have a 100% pass. Total 234 students scored full marks i.e.1200.
The total pass percentage of Kerala plus two exams is 85.13% which is 0.77% higher than the previous year. For Science, the percentage is 88.62%, Humanities 77.76%, and 84.52% for commerce. Ernakulam district has the highest pass percentage, 89.02%, and least in Kasargod 78.68%. The highest number of students appeared for the plus two exams in Malappuram District and least from Wayanad. Pass percentage for government schools- 82.19%, aided schools – 88.01%, and unaided schools – 81.33% .
Unlike many other states, Kerala declared results after completing the entire exams. Although exams were put on halt due to Covid-19 outbreak, the remaining exams were conducted in June under strict precautions and security measures. Not to mention, many states have taken an average of marks from already completed exams, and so this is indeed an achievement for the state.
There will be a change in the plus two certificates awarded from this year onwards. The certificate will include the student’s name, photo, date of birth, and also the name of the parents.
Students can apply for revaluation till the 21st of July. The dates of SAY exam for those failed will be, however, declared later. Likewise, the plus one results are also expected to be out this month itself.
Where to check the results?
Furthermore, students can check scores on the official websites:
Besides these sites, Kerala plus two results are also additionally available in official mobile apps- PRD Live and Saphalam.
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