The Department Of Higher Secondary (DHSE), Kerala will announce the result of Plus Two (Class 12) today, July 28 at 3 Ppm. After the result goes live, students will be able to check it online on the official website of DHSE Kerala. The results will be available online on keralaresults.nic.in, dhsekerala.gov.in, prd.kerala.gov.in, kerala.gov.in, and results.kite.kerala.gov.in.
Additionally, candidates will also be able to check the results on the Saphalam app and iExaMS – Kerala. The results will be declared at a press conference by the state’s General Education Minister V Sivankutty at 3 pm.
Kerala 12th Results 2021: How to check?
Step 1. Long on to DHSE Kerala’s official website — dhsekerala.gov.in
Step 2. Click on the Plus Two result link available on the homepage of the website.
Step 3. Enter your roll number and registration number when prompted
Step 4. Click on submit to proceed.
Step 5. Your result will be displayed on the device’s screen
Step 6. Download the result for future use.
Kerala 12th Results 2021: Download via SMS
To check through SMS, students need to type KERALA12, add space and type their registration or roll number. Send it to 56263. Candidates will get their results via a text message.
Kerala 12th Results 2021: Check through the app
Students can check their scores using the mobile app Saphalam app or iExams app:
Step 1. Download it from the Google Play Store
Step 2. Register using required credentials
Step 3. Click on Kerala 12th result. Enter roll number Submit.
Step. View and download result for further reference
The board exams for plus two students were conducted in the month of April. The exams began on April 8 and concluded on April 26, 2021, 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 the state.
DHSE, Kerala was one of the very few state boards that had conducted examinations this year. A total of 4,46,471 students had appeared for the examination this year. In 2020, 85.13 per cent of total students who had appeared for the class 12 examination were declared pass and over 200 students secured 100 per cent marks.