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Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020: The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will release the Kerala Plus two results 2020 on the official website tentatively by the second week of May 2020. Students who have appeared for the examination can visit the official website of the board to check the Kerala Board class 12 results. The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will be conducting the Kerala Board Plus two examinations 2020 in March 2020. Candidates appearing for the examination can check the complete schedule on the official website. The results of Kerala Board Plus Two examinations 2020 will be released at keralaresults.nic.in. Candidates will also be able to check the Class 12 Kerala Board 2020 exam results through the direct link given on this page.

To receive more updates regarding the release of the Kerala Board Plus Two exam results 2020 candidates are advised to keep visiting this page and bookmark he same after the examinations are complete.

Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020 – Declaration Date

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will be conducting the Kerala Board Class 12 examination 2020 from March 10 to 26, 2020. The detailed time table for the arts, science and commerce stream students are available on the official website of the DHSE. Candidates can check the class 10 and 12 exam schedule here.

State

Exam Name

Exam Date

Exam Result Date

Kerala

Kerala SSLC Board Exam

March 10 to 26, 2020

30th June, 2020
(Coming Soon)

Kerala DHSE Plus Two Board Exam

March 10 to 26, 2020

Expected Soon

*Tentative Dates

Kerala Board DHSE Plus Two Result 2020

Where to Check Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020?

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will release the Kerala Board class 12 examination on the official website tentatively by the first-second week of May 2020. Students who have appeared for the examination can check the Kerala Board Plus Two Results 2020 on the website - keralaresults.nic.in.

Apart from checking the results on the official website of the DHSE, candidates who have appeared for the examination can also check the Class 12 Kerala board exam through the direct link available on this page. The links will be activated online once the results are released on the official website.

Steps to check the Kerala Board Plus Two Exam Result 2020

The Directorate of Higher Education will release the Kerala Board Plus Two results on the official website of the DHSE. In order to check the Class 12 Kerala Board results 2020 candidates will be required to enter the hall ticket number in the result link available online.

Step 1: Visit the official website - keralaresults.nic.in

Step 2: Click on direct link for Kerala Plus two Result 2020

Step 3: Enter the details mentioned on the hall ticket

Step 4: Click on the ‘Submit’ button

Step 5: View and save the Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020

Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020 – Previous Year Analysis

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will release the results of the Kerala class 12 board examinations along with the analysis of the examination results.

In 2019, a total of 3, 11, 375 students appeared for the Kerala Board Plus Two examination. The total pass percentage recorded for the 2019 examination results was 84.33 percentage. The overall pass percentage recorded in 2019 however had a marginal decline compared to the overall pass percentage of 2018. As per the data available, the district of Wayanad topped with a pass percentage of 87. 44 percent.

The pass percentage recorded for the students from the Open School Candidates was 43.48 percent while that of the students who appeared for the regular and combination examination in 2019 was 86.04 percent for the science stream, 84.65 percent for the commerce stream and 79.82 percent for the arts stream.

Out of the of 3, 11, 375 students who appeared for the Kerala Board Plus Two examinations in 2019, 14,244 students secured an all A+ while 183 students secured 1200 out of 1200 marks. Among the districts, Wayanad topped with an overall pass percentage of 87.44 percent putting behind Kannur which was the top performing district until 2018. Close to 79 schools secured 100 percent results in the Kerala Plus Two results examination 2019.

Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020: Re-evaluation and Rechecking

The re-evaluation and re-checking process for the students of the Kerala Board Plus Two examination will be conducted shortly after the examination results are declared online. The re-evaluation process is conducted for those students who are unsure of the marks secured and wish to get their Plus two answer sheets re-evaluated once more. In order to apply for the re-evaluation process candidates are required to submit the re-evaluation application and application fee online through the applications available on the official website. After the re-evaluation process is completed in case there are changes in the original marks of the candidates, the changed marks will be updated in the original mark sheets for the different subjects.

Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020 – Supplementary Examination

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will conduct the supplementary Examination for the students of the Kerala Board Plus Two examinations within a month from the release of the results.

With the supplementary examination, the students who failed to qualify the Kerala Board Plus two examinations will be able to complete the same in the same academic year itself so that they can apply for the admissions to the different graduation courses. Candidates who wish to improve their scores can apply for the supplementary examination by submitting the online application form and application fee online.

The Kerala Board Plus Two Supplementary Examination will be conducted tentatively by the month of June 2020. The admit card for the supplementary examination and the updates related to the same will be available on the official website soon after the results are declared online. Candidates will also be able to check the updates related to the Kerala Board Supplementary Examination on this page.

What after Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020?

After the Directorate of higher Secondary Education announces the results of the Plus Two 2020 examinations of Kerala Board the same will be released on the official website. Candidates are required to download the online mark sheets of the Kerala Board Plus Two Examination for the online admission procedure for the different undergraduate programmes in the state.

Candidates however must note that the online mark sheet available will be considered as a provisional mark sheet until the original is released by the board. The online copy of the mark sheet can be used by the candidates for the admission process however, the original copies are required to be submitted at the universities and colleges after the admissions or the admissions will not be considered by the university or college.

Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2020 Toppers

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will release the Class 12 Kerala Board Examination results online soon after the announcement is made by the officials. Along with the announcement the officials of the board will also release the data of the analysis of the results including the list of toppers, overall pass percentage and the pass percentage as per the streams.

About Kerala Board of School Education

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education conducts the Kerala Board Class 10 and 12 examinations annually for the Secondary, Higher Secondary and Vocational Higher Secondary Board. The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education was established in 1990. The aim of setting up the board was to segregate the pre-degree courses from the university programmes and integrate them under a single authority. The SSLC and Higher Secondary examination which includes the Class 11 and 12 examinations are conducted by the DHSE annually.

In case of the Vocational Higher Secondary Education scheme the board was set up in 1983-84 with limited number of courses consisting of 19 schools. Since then, the board has increased in number of schools containing 389 schools over a course of three decades. The vocational board consists of 45 modernised courses.

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Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala has declared the result of class 12 SAY exam on its official website i.e. keralaresults.nic.in.

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FAQ

When is the Kerala Board Plus Two Results expected to be declared?

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will declared the Plus Two 2020 results of Kerala Board on the official website by the First or Second week of May 2020.

How to apply for the Kerala Board Plus Two result 2020 Re-evaluation?

After the results of the Kerala Board Plus Two examination 2020 are declared online candidates who wish to get their mark sheets re-checked can apply for the same through the application form available on the official website of the board.

How to apply for the Kerala Board Plus two Supplementary examination?

The supplementary examination for the plus two students will be conducted tentatively by June 2020. Candidates who wish to appear for the supplementary examinations are required to visit the website and apply through the applications provide. Along with the applications, candidates are also required to submit the supplementary examination fee.

When will the Original Mark sheets of the Kerala Board Plus Two examination be released?

The Original mark sheet of Kerala Board Plus two will be given to the schools from where the students who have qualified the examination will have to collect it.
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