Kerala board result 2019: Kerala +2 result expected in May 2019, date awaited!
Kerala board result 2019: The Kerala Exam Results 2019 will be released on the official websites of DHSE viz dhsekerala.gov.in, keralaresults.nic.in and results.itschool.gov.in.
Last year, DHSE Kerala had released Kerala Plus Two Result 2018 on 10th May 2018, while Plus One Result 2018 was announced on 28th May 2018. As per several reports, the Directorate aims to release the results at least by a week in advance this year. The evaluation process is already in progress for over 9 lac candidates who had appeared for the Kerala Plus One and Plus Two March 2019 examination.
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala is likely to announce the Kerala Plus Two Result Date 2019 a day prior to the declaration of result. The Kerala Exam Results 2019 will be released on the official websites of DHSE viz dhsekerala.gov.in, keralaresults.nic.in and results.itschool.gov.in.
Students who had appeared for the Kerala Plus One and Plus Two exams 2019 must keep a tab on the official websites to get authentic Kerala Results updates.
Kerala is revered as one of the most literate states in the country. The state had registered an overall pass percentage of 83.75% for Kerala Plus Two Exams 2018. Approximately 4.6 lac students had appeared for the Kerala Second year Examination 2018 held in the state of Kerala, Mahe (Puducherry), Lakshadweep and at various examination centers in Gulf.
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