Thiruvananthapuram: The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE Kerela) has declared Kerala HSE Class 12 (Plus Two) 2017 results today. The class 12 exams were conducted across 2050 centres in Kerala, Mahe, Lakshadweep and the Gulf countries for 4,42,434 students from 8 March - 28 March. Earlier, the date was finalized after the Examination Pass Board met last week.
The DHSE Kerala Results is now available on DHSE Kerela’s official website i.e keralaresults.nic.in, result.prd.kerala.gov.in & results.kerala.nic.in. Candidates can also visit kerala12.jagranjosh.com for easy and fast access to their results.
In 2016, the Kerala Board Result for 12th standard students was announced on 10 May 2016 in which fate of 4,60,743 was announced. Of the total 4,60,743 students, 214012 boys and 218748 girls participated in the Kerala HSE Exam 2016.
In terms of overall success ratio, last year’s result was quite impressive with overall pass percentage of 80.94 percent. Another feather in the cap of DHSE Result was that 9,870 students were able to score A+ grades for all subjects. Moreover, it is fascinating to note out of the number of A+ graders 70 percent were girls.
The Kerala Board Results is available to 12th class students through this page. We here at Jagran Josh understand that the tension amongst the student grows during the result time hence we have kept the process easy and simple. Students will be provided a direct link to check their Kerala Results online at the top of this page. If you are wondering how to download the Kerala HSE Result 2017, we have listed the detailed process through a series of steps here.
• Enter the URL in the address bar http://kerala12.jagranjosh.com
• Click on the direct link to check your Kerala Plus Two Result 2017
• Provide the admit card details in the allocated column
• Submit the information by clicking on the button
• View and Download the Kerala HSE Result 2017
About Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE)
Established in the year 1990, the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) is the sole regulatory body governing the Higher secondary education in the higher secondary schools of Kerala. The Board is responsible for conducting Kerala Board 12 examination at Higher Secondary level for more than 4 lakh students on yearly basis. The DHSE also conducts more than 45 modernised Vocational courses in collaboration with 389 schools. The examination for Vocational courses is known as Vocational Higher Secondary Education Exam.