Kerala Class 12 results 2018: 83.75% pass HSE, VHSE pass percentage at 90.24, Kannur leads the districts
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, (DHSE) Kerala has declared the Kerala HSE Class 12 results 2018 or plus two results on Thursday. Here’s how to check your results
New Delhi: Nearly 84% of students have passed the Kerala Higher Secondary Examination (HSE) Class 12 results or plus two results, declared on Thursday with as many as 180 students scoring 100% marks in all subjects. Among districts, Kannur has recorded the highest pass percentage, while the Pathanamthitta the lowest. The pass percentage for the Vocational Higher Secondary Examination (VHSE) was registered at 90.24%.
Kerala education minister C. Raveendranath announced the results of both Kerala HSE and VHSE on behalf of the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, (DHSE) Kerala in a press conference at 11am today. Students can check their results on the Kerala state board’s official website: keralaresults.nic.in. The results will also be available on examresults.net and kerala.indiaresults.com.
The Kerala board conducted Class 12 examinations between 7 and 27 March. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help students check their results on the DHSE Kerala website:
■ Open keralaresults.nic.in and click on the Kerala DHSE results 2018 link.
■ Provide your registration number to access result. It will include details on hall ticket number, the name of the student, grade points, and the result.
■ Students can also get their results via SMS by sending the message ‘KERALA12REGISTRATION NUMBER’ to 56263.
The results will also be released on the PRD Live app of Kerala Public Relations Department and Saphalam app of Kerala Education Department. Both apps are available on Android Play Store.
Kerala SSLC examination results 2018 were declared on 3 May.
Students can also check other education and board results news here.
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