The Kerala Higher Secondary Examinations 2016 was held in the month of March by Kerala Board of Higher Secondary Education and around 4,60,743 students appeared for the exam.
Students can check their results online with their registration numbers and roll numbers on the official website of the Kerala Board of HSE.
The Kerala IInd year HSE exams which were conducted from 9 - 29 March, 2016 saw 4,72,307 students take the Plus One exams in Languages and Computer Information Technology, and 4,60,743 students the Plus Two exams in Computer Science, History, Islamic History and Culture, and Electronics. The exams, which began at 10 a.m., were held across 2,100 centres, including in the State, Lakshadweep, and the Gulf countries. To check exam malpractice, monitoring squads operated at four levels. Squads set up at the Secretariat level, the one of the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education comprising the Director and the Joint Director, district-level squads under the regional deputy directors, and those under the District Collectors ensured that there were no instances of malpractices.
The number of students have increased by around 30,000 as compared to the 2015 exams. The Kerala +2 Results 2016 for nearly 4.6 lakh candidates is available on the official website, keralaresults.nic.in
The evaluation of the answer sheets for the higher secondary (HS) students began on 4 April, 2016 across 66 valuation camps.
The results of Kerala higher secondary examinations were announced on 10 May at 3pm. A total of 80.94 per cent of candidates became eligible for higher education. The pass percentage of vocational higher secondary candidates stood at 87.72.
In higher secondary section, the pass percentage has come down slightly compared to previous year's rate (83.96).
As many as 9,870 students scored A+ grades for all subjects. 'Save a year examinations' will be held from June 2 to June 8.
As many as 125 students scored 100 per cent marks in the examinations.
Kannur is the district which registered maximum pass percentage -- 84.86. Pathanamthitta (72.4 %) registered the lowest pass percentage.
Details of the single-window entry into first year higher secondary will also be published. For VHSE, processes for single-window entry will begin Tuesday itself.
The pass percentage went down compared to previous year's results this time. The board of had decided to allot moderation for higher secondary students