Kerala DHSE Result 2019

Kerala DHSE Result 2019 – Kerala Board of Public Examinations (KBPE) has released scrutiny or re-evaluation result on June 5, 2019, for 2nd year students. Candidates can download the same using the link given in this article below. KBPE released the annual exam result on May 8, 2019, at 11 am. Students can check their Kerala 12th class result on the official website. They need to enter their roll number and date of birth to check DHSE 12th result. The result contains the basic details of a candidate along with obtained marks and It is used as a reference to get admission to higher classes. The Kerala DHSE 12th board exams were conducted from March 6 to March 27, 2019. For class 11, DHSE result was announced on May 28, 2019. Read the complete article below to know more about Kerala DHSE Result including the important dates of the exam and the step by step guide to view and download the result.

Latest: Kerala DHSE second year re-evaluation result 2019 released. Click here to download the pdf file.

Kerala DHSE 2019 – Dates

Event

Date

Kerala DHSE exam 2019

March 6, 2019 to March 27, 2019

Kerala 12th Result 2019

May 8, 2019

Kerala Plus one result 2019

May 28, 2019

DHSE 2nd-year scrutiny resultJuly 5, 2019

Students can check the Kerala Plus two time table 2019 to know the complete exam schedule for all the subjects.

How to download Kerala DHSE Result?

  1. Click on Kerala DHSE result 2019 link given above.
  2. Enter roll number and date of birth in the login window.
  3. Click on Submit button.
  4. The Result will be displayed on the screen.
  5. Download the result.
  6. Take a printout of Kerala 12th Result and keep it safe for future references

Result link: Click here to check the annual exam 1st and 2nd year result.

Kerala DHSE Result – Previous Year Statistics

Year

Overall pass %

Boys’ pass %

Girls’ pass %

Number of students who appeared

2018

80.94

-

-

4,60,743

2017

95.98

-

-

4,58,494

2016

95.47

94.44

96.53

4,93,000

2015

94.17

94

95.35

4,79,085

What after of Kerala DHSE Result?

The Kerala Board class 12 certificate and mark sheet are important documents. Students will require them for applying to different colleges for admissions in undergraduate programmes and jobs thereafter. Students will be required to collect the 12th pass certificate and mark sheet from their respective schools.

Career after 12th

A student after clearing class 12th has a variety of fields and options to choose from. They might pursue or change their streams of study. A few common options are listed here -

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Tell me full details of Kerala BPE and what is the difference of Kerala BPE and Jharkhand board who is the best board for B.tech, M.tech, MBA, or other government job private job and other higher education

Vemireddy Rushitha Student Expert 7th Sep, 2019

Hello student,

Top BPE colleges in Kerala are

1. Mahatma Gandhi University

2.St Joseph's Academy of Higher Education and Research

Best of both can be not well defined as both colleges are well reputed and can fulfil all your above stated demands.  You can go with the one in which you secured a good rank as both are something tough to achieve.

Thank you!

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Kerala board is reported board or not plzz tell me all details in Kerala board plzz I am very comfuj or agar mein es bord se 12th krta huun or fir b.tech krunga or fir higher education mein koi dikt toh nhi hoga na ya koi government job ya koi private job mein kisi v chij ka dikat toh nhi krega ye

Mahaveer Reddy Student Expert 11th Sep, 2019

Dear aspirant,

Unsourced material might be tested and evacuated. The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Kerala is a leading body of school instruction in India, led by the administration of the province of Kerala, India. The board readies the schedule for schools associated with it.

The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Kerala is a leading body of school instruction in India, directed by the administration of the territory of Kerala, India. The board readies the schedule for schools associated with it. Their fundamental scholastic spotlight is on restorative consideration, designing and telemarketing.

The CBSE schedule is relatively harder than the state prospectus. ... Top national level placement tests like JEE and NEET depend on the educational program of CBSE as it were. Thus, the up-and-comers, who finished their instruction in the CBSE prospectus, have a superior shot of prevailing in these assessments.

Good Luck

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