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There are few important days in the life of every student that they remember and the announcement day of Kerala SSLC Results 2018 will be one such date that students will remember for a long time. The DHSE Kerala 12th Result 2018 may be just around the corner after the completion of their board examination. The latest news coming from the Santhi Nagar office of the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) suggests that the Kerala HSE Result for the class 12 students would be announced in the second or third week of May. While there has not been any official announcement yet. The Kerala DHSE is expected to complete the evaluation work of answer sheets by mid of March and begin the compilation of data for Kerala 12th Result 2018. The Kerala Board Results would be announced online on the official websites of the board i.e. keralaresults.nic.in, result.prd.kerala.gov.in and results.kerala.nic.in.

The successful students of Kerala DHSE will soon be feeling proud, as the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala is expected to announce the Kerala HSE Result 2018 in mid-May. With the announcement of Kerala 12th Result 2018, students will be able to begin their new journey at the undergraduate level. Kerala Plus Two Result will be a stepping-stone for them, as the Kerala HSE Result 2018 would be considered for admission and for enrolment in several competitive entrance examinations which will further fine-tune their career graph.

State

Exam Name

Exam Date

Exam Result Date

Kerala

Kerala SSLC Board Exam

8th March - 23rd March

First week of May

Kerala DHSE Board Exam

8th March - 28th March

2nd or 3rd  week of May

*tentative dates

Kerala DHSE has already released the notification and the first year (Plus one, 11th) and second year (Plus two, 12th) Higher Secondary Examinations will be held in March 2018. Kerala DHSE class 11 and Class 12 examinations will begin on March 3, 2018, and the exams will conclude on March 27. The Kerala DHSE's Board of Higher Secondary Examinations or Kerala DHSE plus one and plus two March 2018 exam candidates may check the timetable and other examination details here.

Second-year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2018

First Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2018

Second Year Higher Secondary SAY/Improvement Examination, May/June 2018

First Year Higher Secondary Improvement/Supplementary Examination, July/August 2018

Second Year Higher Secondary examination, March 2018 will consist of:

Continuous Evaluation (CE), Practical Evaluation (PE) and Terminal Evaluation (TE).

First-year Higher Secondary examination, March 2018 will consist of:

Continuous Evaluation (CE) and Terminal Evaluation (TE).

But with every passing day, the nervousness is increasing among the students with regards to the upcoming Kerala Board Result. The DHSE, Kerala hasn’t announced any official date regarding the announcement of DHSE Kerala +2 Results 2018. The official notification on Kerala HSE Result 2018 by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) will soon douse the fire of speculation when the official date of Kerala HSE Result 2018 is announced.

According to latest media reports the DHSE, Kerala is planning to announce the Kerala Board DHSE Result 2018 on time. Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala will follow their annual academic calendar regarding the announcement of Kerala DHSE Result 2018. Keeping this in mind, the probable date of Kerala HSE Result 2018 should be around the second or third week of May 2018 as it has been the trend in last few years.

After the official announcement of the Kerala DHSE result, students will be able to check their Kerala Board Results 2018 online through this page. Until the official declaration of Kerala HSE Result 2018, students can keep themselves updated with the latest news on Kerala HSE Result 2018 by visiting this page. To stay updated on the go, students can also register for email alerts by submitting their mobile number and email id in the form provided at the top of this page.

Until then, you can read more about the upcoming Kerala DHSE Result 2018, the online process to check them and other important things below.

Kerala Board Plus Two Result Statistics

Kerala 12th Result 2018 will be a landmark outcome for the students, as it will open the doors for higher studies for the students. Although the Kerala HSE Result 2018 score will depend on the individual efforts and performance on the day of examination by the students, they can still get an idea on the expected score by assessing the previous year Kerala Plus Two Result. We have provided the Kerala Board Result statistics of 12th class students so that you can get a realistic idea of the Kerala HSE Result 2018 score.

In 2017, around 4,42,434 students appeared for the Kerala DHSE exam 2017. The Kerala Higher Secondary exam 2017 was conducted in 2,030 centres across Kerala, three centres in Mahe, nine in Lakshadweep and eight in the Gulf region. A total of 2,050 centres conducted the Kerala DHSE exam this year. Out of total 4.42 lakh students, 3,05,262 passed the Kerala DHSE exam in 2017 with an overall pass percentage of 83.37%. 11,829 students received A+ grade in the Kerala HSE Results 2017. 83 schools recorded 100% pass percentage in the Kerala DHSE result 2017.

Out of the 1,95,681 female candidates, 1,75,920 emerged successful with 89.90% pass percentage while from 1,70,458 boys who appeared for the HSE exam 1,29,342 candidates passed with a 75.87% pass percentage. The district of Kannur had the highest pass percentage of 87.22%. The district with the lowest pass percent was Pathanamthitta which stood at 77.65%. This year, there were 83 schools with a pass percentage of 100, of which eight are government schools.

Kerala HSE Result – Key Statistics

Total students appeared

4,42,434

Total passed students

3,05,262

Overall pass percentage

83.37%

Best performing district

Kannur (87.22%)

Worst performing district

Patanathmthitta (77.65%)

The result for the plus two students who appeared in the vocational stream was declared on May 15, 2017. In the vocational category, more than 29,000 students attended the examination and approximately 24,000 students qualified for the higher education. The pass percentage in the Vocational Higher Secondary Examination Stood 2017 was 81.50%. The DHSE is optimistic about the Kerala HSE Result 2018, and expect the students to better previous year records.

Expected Kerala HSE Result 2018 Date

With no official word from the DHSE, Kerala, students are left in the lurch trying to find out credible and trustworthy information on the Kerala 12th Result 2018 date. The gap between the conclusion of examination and Kerala Board Plus Two Result usually has been 40-45 days. This much time is required to evaluate the enormous number of answer sheets and to process the Kerala HSE Result 2018 data in digital format.

The previous year result date can give students an idea about the Kerala HSE Result 2018 declaration date. In 2016, the Kerala Board Plus Two Result was declared on 10 May, 2016. Considering the above factors and the general trend of the preceding years, the Kerala HSE Result 2018 can be expected announced in the second week of May 2018.

But this is merely a tentative timeline and our team would update the latest Kerala HSE Result date on this page as soon as it is announced by the board. Therefore, you are requested to bookmark this page and visit it regularly to stay abreast with all these critical updates.

How to check Kerala HSE Result 2018

The time preceding the declaration of Kerala 12th Result 2018 is full of emotional turmoil for the students when they experience a slew of emotions ranging from nervousness to anxiety. In this uproar, there is a chance that students might get confused with regards to the online checking procedure for the Kerala Plus Two Result 2018.

After the official announcement, the Kerala Board Results will be available to 12th class students through this page. Students will be provided a direct link to check their Kerala Results online at the top of this page. If you are wondering how to download the Kerala HSE Result 2018, we have listed the detailed process through a series of steps here.

  • Enter the URL in the address bar http://kerala12.jagranjosh.com
  • Click on the direct link to check your Kerala Plus Two Result 2018
  • Provide the admit card details in the allocated column
  • Submit the information by clicking on the button
  • View and download the Kerala HSE Result 2018

Once the Kerala HSE Result 2018 is displayed on their screens, students should download the digital copy on their systems and may also print hard copies for future reference. Although the sole purpose of online Kerala HSE Result 2018 is information only, this provisional result copies might be accepted by a few institutions of higher education for admission purpose treating. But you will still have to provide the original marksheet issued by the DHSE, Kerala within the stipulated time in support of the provisional scorecards. Therefore, students are requested to collect the original marksheets from their respective schools in coming days.

Students will also have the provision of re-evaluation and re-checking if they consider the evaluation of their examination papers unsatisfactory. The process to apply for re-evaluation and rechecking can be known from the respective educational institutions. They might be required to pay a nominal amount to avail this service.

About Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE)

The Higher Secondary, Secondary and Vocational Higher Education in the state of Kerala is monitored by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE). The DHSE conducts the SSLC examination at Secondary level and the HSC examination at Higher Secondary level.

The Directorate of Higher Education was established in the year 1990 in accordance with the National Education Policy. 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. 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.

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