Kerala Plus Two exam results: 87.94 pass percentage, 48,383 secure A+ in all subjects | How to check

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala recorded 87.94% pass percentage in Plus Two examinations, an improvement of 2.81% from last year, announced Education Minister V Sivankutty on Wednesday.

The pass percentage in VHSE was 80.36%.

A total of 3,28,702 students passed the Plus Two examination.

There was a significant improvement in the number of students who received A plus in all subjects. While 18,510 students got full-A plus last year, 48,383 students got A plus in all subjects this time.

Science students posted the highest success rate at 90.52% followed by Arts, 89.33%, Commerce, and Humanities, 80.04%.

Aided schools were the most successful with a 90.37% pass rate while 85.02% of students in government schools and 87.67% in unaided schools passed the Plus Two examinations.

As many as 136 schools recorded 100% success in the state compared to 114 from last year. While 11 of those were government schools, 72 were unaided, 36 aided and nine special schools.

The pass percentage in VHSE was 80.36%

The last date for revaluation and rechecking will be July 31.

Plus One admission will begin from the first week of August.

The paper valuation and tabulation, which were delayed on account of the assembly elections and Covid pandemic, were completed quickly to facilitate the early declaration of results.

The results are being declared 15 days after the practical examination conducted on July 15.

The paper valuation and tabulation were carried out in the respective schools to publish the results at the earliest.

How to check results:

•The results may be checked in the websites- and

•You have to enter your roll number and date of birth to access the results.

•After filling in the details, your result will be displayed on your screen.

•The result may be saved in PDF and downloaded for future reference.


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