The Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala has declared the Plus Two results today at 3 PM. The results announcement was first made at an official press conference by Education Minister V Sivankutty. After that, the result link was activated on 5 other websites apart from the official one i.e keralaresults.nic.in.
In addition to the official website, the results are also available on dhsekerala.gov.in, prd.kerala.gov.in, results.kite.kerala.gov.in, results.kite.kerala.gov.in and kerala.gov.in. Alternatively, students can check their results on mobile apps like iExaMS Kerala and Saphalam 2021. In order to check the result from the official website, candidates have to first visit any of the 6 websites and click on the relevant link. Now, they can enter their login credentials like roll number and date of birth and click on the submit button. The results will be displayed and the students can either download it or take a printout for future use.
This year, 4,46,471 students have appeared for the exams. The pass percentage stands at 87.94%.
Kerala is one of the few states to conduct the Plus two examinations amidst the pandemic. Due to the ongoing assembly elections in the state, the exams had to be postponed and were later held from April 08 to 26. Despite the prevailing Covid-19 situation in Kerala, the exams were conducted amidst strict Covid protocols and other health precautionary measures. Quarantine facilities were also made available in every examination centre to the students who were Covid-19 positive. The evaluation of the answer scripts was completed by June 2021.
To check the results via SMS, candidates can type ‘KERALA12<Registration Number>’ and send it to 56263. Note that the online results are provisional and candidates must cross-check their personal details carefully before downloading the results.
In case students are not satisfied with their results, then they can opt for re-evaluation. The process for registering for re-evaluation will start soon. As per the Supreme Court guidelines, all state boards must declare the results by July 31.
In 2020, the declaration of results got delayed due to the Covid-19 situation. Around 4.42 lakh students had appeared for the exams. Last year, the pass percentage stood at 85.13% while that for 2019 was 84.33%. A total of 114 schools saw a 100% pass percentage with 18,510 students scoring A+ in all the subjects.