Kerala Plus Two Result 2021 is declared by V. Sivankutty, Minister of Education Kerala on 28th July 2021. Students can get their results from the official websites provided by DHSE and NIC in Kerala State. This year the pass percentage is 87.94. 328702 students qualified for higher education. 48,383 got A+ in all subjects. 136 schools got a 100 per cent pass in Kerala. Kerala State Board was among few of the state boards which had conducted the examinations this year amid the COVID 19 pandemic. The Board has achieved a pass percentage of 87.94% this year. Students can check their Kerala Plus 2 Results 2021 by entering their roll number and date of birth on the official website (keralaresults.nic.in).
A total of 3,28,702 students from the regular category qualified to register for their higher education. 25,292 students had passed the school-leaving exam and will now be appearing for the college exams. In technical or vocational students as many as 1011 students are eligible to apply for college admissions.
Of the total number of students, 2,15,660 were girls and 2,06,566 were boys. About 90.52 per cent of science group students passed. 80.4 per cent of humanities students, 89.13 per cent of commerce students and 84.39 per cent of technical stream students passed the exam.
Wesbites to check Kerala Plus Two Result 2021
List of website to check the results is given below. Kerala NIC, KITES (Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education) and DHSE created these websites to check results easly
- keralaresults.nic.in - Kerala NIC Website
- results.kerala.gov.in - Kerala Government Website
- results.kite.kerala.gov.in - KITE (Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education) Website
- prd.kerala.gov.in - Kerala PRD Website
Eranakulam district got most numbers of students passed the exam. This year, the district has achieved the top slot as most students from the district passed the exam, however, among A+ scores Malappuram district was the best performing as most A+ scorers hailed from Malappuram District.
Kerala Plus Two exams were conducted in April. The exams began on April 8 and ended on April 26, 2021. The whole process was done with strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols was ensured during the examinations. The exams were scheduled to take place in March but had to be postponed due to the general assemble election in Kerala.