Around 5.25 lakh students have appeared in the Kerala Plus two examination which was conducted in March 2020. However, the exams were later postponed and conducted in May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Directorate of Higher Education, Kerala has declared DHSE Kerala Plus Two Public Exam Result 2020. The result will be available to candidates on the official site of DHSE, Kerala at dhsekerala.gov.in, keralaresults.nic.in. The details of marks and percentage of the students are also available on the third party result websites that include manabadi.co.in and schools9.com.
Among the Vocational Higher Secondary Education, VHSE students, 81.8% qualified for higher education. This year maximum A+ scoring students are from district Malappuram. The number is as high as 2234.
From government schools, 82.19% of all students who wrote the exam passed. The pass percentage in aided schools was 88.01% and in unaided schools, it was 83.1%. The pass percentage of special schools, for people living with physical and mental disabilities, was 100%.
In total, 49,245 students wrote the exams under Kerala’s open schooling system after registering privately to write the public exam. 21,490 among them qualified for higher education. The pass percentage for open schooling was 43.64%, a slight increase when compared to 43.48% last year.
Authorities also said that 114 schools in the state secured 100% success. Last year, there were 79 schools which achieved that distinction. 18,510 students secured an A+ grade in all their subjects, out of which 234 students secured full marks in each subject. Malappuram had the highest number of students with an A+ grade.