DHSE Class 12 Results to be announced today
Kerala Plus 2 Results 2019: The Kerala Higher Secondary Examination Board will announce the plus 2 or Class 12 board examination results on Wednesday, May 8. Soon after the formal declaration of the results, the scorecards will be available on the official websites of the board i.e. keralaresults.nic.in and dhsekerala.gov.in. The candidates must note that the candidates can also check the results by clicking on the link given below.
We here at News Nation are in close contact with the board officials and will be updating all the reports here. Hence, we request the candidates to bookmark this page and check it regularly for all the latest news. This year, the Kerala HSE examination was held in the month of March in which a total of 3.60 students appeared for the examination.
We here at News Nation understand the amount of pressure candidates go through during result hours. Hence, we have kept the result checking process extremely easy and simple. For the convenience of the students, we have mentioned the steps through which the candidates can check the results:
Step 1: Visit english.newsnationtv.com/board-results
Step 2: Click on the direct link for DHSE Result 2019
Step 3: Enter your Admit Card / Roll Number and other details
Step 4: Click on Submit Button
Step 5: Check Kerala Plus Two Result 2019 online
Step 6: Take Printout / Download Kerala 12th Result 2019 scorecard
Last year, 83.75% students passed the Kerala Board Class 12 exams. Out of 3.69 lakh students who appeared in the exam in 2018, 3.09 lakh passed. Among 14 districts, Kannur topped in pass percentage while Pathanamthitta stood last. At least 180 students scored 100% in all subjects. Seventy nine schools recorded hundred percent pass percentage.
About the DHSE, Kerala
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education i.e. DHSE, Kerala manages the Higher Secondary, Secondary and Vocational Higher Education in the state. DHSE, Kerala was setup in the year 1990 in line with the National Education Policy. The key goal of 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.
Later through the gradual expansion over the period of three decades, the number of associated schools has grown to 389 and more than 45 modernised courses are on offer now. Over the years, the Directorate has also been entrusted the responsibility of conducting the SSLC and Plus Two or HSC Exams every year.