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Kerala Result 2020, SSLC (10th) / DHSE +2 / Plus 2

Kerala Result 2020 For Class 10 And Class 12 Students Is Expected To Be Announced In The Month Of May

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Victor Dasgupta | Updated on: 12 Jan 2020, 03:07:23 PM

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Kerala Board 10th (SSLC) Results 2020:
Kerala Board 12th (Plus Two) Results 2020: Check Here

The candidates who will appear for Kerala Board Class 10 and Class 12 examinations 2020, we have some important news for you. As per the latest media reports the KSEB (Kerala Secondary Education Examination Board) and DHSE Kerala (Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala) will announce the results in the month of May. Going by a tentative estimate, the Kerala SSLC Result 2020 for 10th Class students and DHSE Result 2020 for 12th Class students will be declared in the month of May. According to the sources, the board officials have started evaluating the answer sheets. While the Plus Two Result 2020 is expected to be announced in the first week of May, the SSLC Result 2020 Kerala will be declared in the second week of May.

Keeping in mind the convenience of the students, the Kerala Pareeksha Bhawan will make the Kerala HSE Results 2020 and SSLC Result 2020 available online on the official website i.e. Currently, there are several rumours doing the rounds about the declaration date of the Kerala Result 2020. Such rumours often create a lot of stress among the students who are eagerly waiting for their Kerala SSLC Result and Plus Two Result 2020. The students can bookmark this page to get all the latest news and updates about Kerala Board Result 2020.

Kerala Board Result 2020 Declaration Dates

The Kerala Board will conduct this year’s Class 10 and Class 12 examination from March to April. Taking a look at the previous years' trend, experts have opined that Kerala Board result 2020 for Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12 will be announced in the month of May.

We here at News Nation are in constant touch with our sources and will be updating all the latest updates here.


Exam Name

Exam Date 2020

Exam Result Date 2020


Kerala SSLC Board Exam


1st week of May

Kerala DHSE Plus One Board Exam


2nd week of May

Kerala DHSE Plus Two Board Exam


2nd week of May

* tentative dates

Where to Check Kerala Board Result 2020?

Upon formal announcement of the Class 10th, 11th, and 12th results, the Kerala SSLC result 2020 and Kerala DHSE result 2020 will be accessible by the students directly from this page. We would provide a direct link at the top of this page, from where students will be able to check their Kerala DHSE result 2020 and Kerala SSLC result 2020. Students awaiting the Kerala Board 2020 results must note that these results, especially Class 10th and 12th are highly important, and is considered to be the foundation of your career. Admission process for higher education courses will begin soon after the declaration of Kerala SSLC result 2020 and Kerala Plus Two result 2020.

How to Check Kerala Board Result 2020?

As mentioned above, the Kerala Board Results will be available on the official website of the board soon after the formal declaration of the result. To view Kerala SSLC Result 2020 or Kerala HSE Result 2020, the students need to follow the instructions as listed in the Kerala Board Result guide mentioned here.

  • Visit the
  • Click on direct link for Kerala SSLC Result 2020 or Kerala HSE Result 2020
  • Enter the requisite details i.e. hall ticket number and date of birth etc. as asked
  • Submit the information by clicking on the ‘Submit’ button
  • View and save the Kerala Board Result 2020

About Kerala Board

The Directorate of Higher Education, Kerala was established in the year 1990 in accordance with the National Education Policy. The Higher Secondary, Secondary and Vocational Higher Education in the state of Kerala are monitored by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE). The DHSE conducts the SSLC examination at the Secondary (Class 10) level and the HSC examination (CLASS 11 and 12) at the Higher Secondary level.

The main goal of the DHSE was to segregate the pre-degree courses from the university education and integrate them under the one single authority. The Vocational Higher Secondary Education scheme was started in 1983-84 with a limited number of courses in 19 selected schools. The number of associated schools has now grown to 389 over a period of three decades and more than 45 modernised courses are on offer now.

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First Published : 05 Apr 2019, 01:34:09 PM