Kerala Plus-Two results out, 83.87% pass

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala Plus-Two results, 2022, are out. A total of 3,02,865 candidates, i.e., 83.87 per cent, who took the Class-12 final examinations qualified for higher education. A total of 3,61,091 students had appeared. 

The results were announced by General Education Minister V Sivankutty at 11:00 am. 
Only 28,450 students got A-Plus for all subjects with Malappuram district reporting 4283 students, the highest number to achieve this feat. 
Kozhikode topped the districts with the highest pass percentage (87.79%) and Wayanad recorded the least pass percentage, (75.07%).

The pass percentages for the different HSC streams are: Science (86.14%), Commerce (85.69%), Humanities (76.65%).  |
The pass percentage of government schools is 81.72%, while those of aided and unaided schools are 86.02% and 81.12%,  respectively.

The overall pass percentage has dipped this year compared to the previous year. In 2021, it was 87.94% with 3,28,702 candidates qualifying for higher education.

In 78 schools, all students qualified for higher studies compared to 136 schools last year.

VHSE Results
The pass percentage for Vocational Higher Secondary Education (VHSE) is 76.78. It was 80.36% last year. Out of the 31,010 students who appeared in VHSC, 23,811 passed the exams. 178 students won A Plus in all subjects this year. It was 245 students in 2021.

The results will be available on the official websites and mobile apps from 12 noon onwards. 

The results were announced after a paper evaluation which lasted for 20 days.
The Save A Year (SAY) exams will be held from July 25, the minister announced.  

No grace marks were awarded for this time's examination.

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) held the exams from March 30 to April 22 at various centres around the state. 

The results will be available on these websites:

The results can be accessed through the PRD Live mobile app as well.

How to check
Visit the official website:
Click on the "Kerala Plus Two Result 2022" link.
Enter roll number and click on submit.
The Kerala Board Class-12 result will be displayed on the screen.
Download it and take a printout for future reference.

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