The Department of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala will declare the Kerala Plus Two Result 2019 on Wednesday, May 8, 2019. The time has not been confirmed by the board. It is expected to be published in the afternoon. The results will be available on the FastResult website and Mobile Application.
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More than 4,59,617 students appeared for the Plus Two examination. Out of which 3,73,199 are regular students, 25,857 are private school students and 60,561 open school students. The maximum number of regular students is from Malappuram Region, that is, 55,432. As many as 1,96,402 out of the regular students are girls and rest are boys.
How to Check Kerala Plus Two Result 2019?
Follow the steps as below to check Kerala Plus Two Result 2019:
- Visit the FastResult website and Mobile App.
- After that, click the web link of 12th Result
- Now the students search the Kerala Board from the search bar menu
- Then, click the Check Result Now.
- Fill the Required Details
- Now your Kerala Plus Two Result 2019 will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the result for further uses
Details Mentioned on Kerala Plus Two Result 2019:
The following details will be mentioned in the result:
- Roll No.
- Roll Code
- Name of Student
- Name of Father
- Name of Mother
- Marks obtained in Theory and Practical
- Aggregate Marks
- Result – Fail/Pass
The Previous Year, DHSE Plus Two Results was declared by the board on May 10, 2018. more than 5 lac students appear for the DHSE 12th Examinations every year. The exams were conducted in the month of March. Results would be published tomorrow on the FastResult website and Mobile Application.
In the Plus Two examination, there were around 3.72 lacs, regular students, while about 69,971 students were from open school. This year, a total of 33,369 compartmental students sat for the Plus Two examinations. Similarly in the Plus One examinations, a total of 3.79 lacs regular category students appeared while from the open school, around 69,685 students had sat for the examinations.
The result of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate examinations has been declared by the Department of Higher Secondary Education on May 6. As many as 4,31,762 have passed the 10th class examination and the overall passing percentage at 98.11% which is nearly 2% higher than the previous year’s passing percentage of 97.84%. A total of 37,334 students secured A+ in the SSLC result.