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Thursday May 10, 2018 11:14 AM, Zohair M Safwan,

Kerala Plus Two Result 2018

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE Kerala) has declared the results of the Kerala HSE, Vocational Higher Secondary (VHSE) Class 12 (Plus Two) 2018 exams on Thursday May 10, 2018.

The DHSE VHSE results are declared on official website as well as mobile App PRD Live. The Kerala Plus Two DHSE VSHE Class 12 results are declared at 11:00 am on Thursday May 10, 2018.

Along with official websites, the DHSE 12th results are also declared on Saphalam 2018 and PRD Live App which is run by the Public Relations Department website.

The website and the mobile app contain analysis of results at school, educational district, and revenue district levels, info-graphics, subject-based analysis and study reports. The data can be accessed directly by clicking the ‘Results Analysis’ link without logging on to the website.

How to Check Kerala DHSE VHSE Plus 2 Results 2018

  • Go to Kerala Education Department website:
  • Click on the link markd with 'DHSE EXAM RESULTS - 2018'
  • Enter Register Number and Date of Birth
  • Click on 'Get Result' button to view Kerala Board 12th Result 2018
  • Download and Save your result for future reference

Kerala DHSE Plus 2 results can also be chcked on these websites -,,,,,,,

The Kerala board Class 12 or Plus two and Plus One (Class 11) exams were conducted in Kerala, Mahe, Lakshadweep and the Gulf countries from March 7 to March 28, 2018. According to the official, about 9.25 lakh students have appeared for both Class 11 (Plus One) and Class 12 (Plus Two) 2018 exams in Kerala.

The Kerala board declared the SSLC 2018 result on Thursday May 03. Kerala SSLC 2018 overall pass percentage is 97.84% whereas THSLC pass percentage is 98.6. District Ernakulam district has given the best performance as far as the result is concerned, with 99.12 per cent. Wayanad district showed poor result record with 93.87 per cent.

Last year, Kerala DHSE released the plus two results on May 15. Nearly 3,66,139 regular students appeared in the 2017 Kerala Plus 2 exams. Out of them 3,05,262 passed accounting for a pass percentage of 83.37%.

In 2016, a total of 4,60,743 students had appeared for the Kerala DHSE VHSE Plus Two Class 12 exams. Out of them 3,72,925 students had cracked the exams, registering an impressive 80.94% overall pass percent. Of the 4,60,743 students, 125 scored 100% and 9870 students scored A+ in all subjects in 2016.

Meanwhile, Kerala Plus One or DHSE VHSE Class 11 results are expected to be declared in the seond week of May - most probably by 20th May 2018.

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