The Kerala Directorate of Higher Secondary education has declared the Kerala Board Plus Two examinations 2020 results online today. Students who have appeared for the Kerala Board class 12 examinations can visit the official website of the board to check the class 12 results. Candidates can visit the official website - results.kite.kerala.gov.in by entering the registration number and date of birth in the link provided.
As per the information provided by state Education Minister C. Raveendranath in the press conference conducted, the state has recorded a total pass percentage of 85.13 percent. The pass percentage in 2019 was 84.33 percent. For the 2020 examinations 3, 75, 655 regular students appeared out of which a total of 3,19,782 students qualified for the Higher Education courses.
In the brief press conference conducted for the declaration of the Kerala Plus Two Results 2020 Malappuram has the highest number of students who have secured full A+ in all the subjects along with being the district with the highest number of exam takers.
Previous Year Numbers
In 2019 a total of 14, 244 students secured a full A+ in the Kerala Board Plus Two examinations while in the Kerala Board Plus Two Examinations 2020 18, 510 students have secured a full A+. In the Kerala Board Plus Two Exams 2019183 students secured full marks, while in the Kerala Class 12 2020 exams 234 students have secured full marks in all the subjects. This year the Special Schools have also recorded a 100 percent pass percentage.
Stream Wise Pass percentage
Looking at the streamwise pass percentage for the Kerala Plus Two exams, the Science stream has performed well with a total pass percentage of 88.62 percent followed by Humanities and Commerce streams with 77.66 percent and 84.52 percent respectively. 18, 510 students have secured a full A plus in their respective streams.
School wise pass percentage
With respect to the pass percentage the Government schools have recorded a pass percentage of 82.19 followed by the aided schools with 88.01 percent and unaided schools with 81.33 percent.
Ernakulam District has recorded the highest pass percentage of 89.02 percent while the lowest has been recorded at Kasargod district with 78.68 percent.
At the press conference, the state Education Minister also confirmed that the students who are not satisfied with the marks secured and wish to apply for the re-evaluation process can do so until July 21, 2020. The Education Minister has also clarified that the admission process to Class 11 will be conducted from July 24, 2020.
The Education Minister has further added that from this year onwards the Kerala Board Plus Two certificates will include the Photograph of the students along with the name of the Father and Mother and the Date of Birth of the students.
Plus One Results Expected Soon
The Education Minister while declaring the Kerala Board Class 12 results has also announced that the Kerala Board Plus One evaluations have also been completed and the board is expected to declare the results soon.
The Vocational Higher Secondary Examinations have recorded a pass percentage of 81.8 percent with Wayanad recording the Highest pass percentage and Pathanamthitta with the lowest pass percentage.