Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala has announced Kerala Plus One Result 2021. The result has been declared today, on November 27, 2021, at 10 am. It has been published on the official websites i.e. keralaresults.nic.in, and dhsekerala.gov.in. As per reports, the result can also be accessed at prd.kerala.gov.in, results.kite.kerala.gov.in, kerala.gov.in.
Websites to check Kerala plus one result 2021
Students can check the results of plus one (+1) i.e. class 11th exams on the following websites
- keralaresults.nic.in – The direct link to check is this >> https://keralaresults.nic.in/dhsefy21nsr5c/dhsefy.htm
Apps to check DHSE Kerala +1 Result 2021
As per reports, candidates can also check their results on the following mobile app, which one can download from google play store.
- PRD Live
While the plus one results are usually published on these mobile apps, whether they have been done this time or not is not confirmed. Nevertheless, students who are unable to access the official websites for any reason can give these a try.
Direct links to check Kerala plus one result 2021
The direct links to check the results are as follows:
How to check Kerala plus one result 2021?
The steps to check the result from the websites, are as follows.
- Go to any of the above listed official websites.
- Then locate the link of plus one result 2021 and click the same. This opens the login page to check results.
- Here, enter roll number and date of birth, and click the submit button. Doing so will open up your results.
As per different reports, the pass marks in the plus one exam is supposedly either 33% in each paper, or 35%. Students are advised to refer their marksheet and talk to school or the board if they are in doubt of their pass or fail stature.
The pass percentage in Kerala plus one result 2021 will be out soon. The pass percentage will indicate total students of passed. The number of students who appeared in the much opposed offline mode exams for class 11th were around 4 lakh.
Last year, the pass percentage was 85.13%, when 3,19,782 students had passed and 3.7 lakh had appeared.
This year, the exams were held from September 24 to October 18. Keeping in mind the hardships faced by students, the exam was multiple choice. There were questions worth 120 marks to chose from for 80 marks paper. Also, there was a cool-off time of 20 minutes to counter the double number of questions students had to go through.
As per guidelines laid down by the Directorate, students can submit application for revluation, scrutiny, photocopy to the Principals of their respective schools, along with copy of the marklist before the last date. The Principals in turn submit the details to DHSE within the time limit.