Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020
Updated on Dec 9, 2019 - 5:04 p.m. IST by Saumya.Srivastava
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Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020- DHSE, Kerala has released the +2 exam time table 2020 for Science, Commerce & Arts for Higher Secondary Examinations (March 2020). Students can download the Kerala Class 12th time table 2020 pdf from the official website, dhsekerala.gov.in. Kerala Plus Two date sheet 2020 contains the exam dates, timing and instructions for the exam day. According to the Kerala Plus Two exam time table 2020, the practical exams will be held from February 5, 2020. Kerala Higher Secondary Examinations 2020 for first year & second year will commence from March 10, 2020. Students must refer to Kerala plus two-time table 2020 to make a proper study plan. Every year, around 3.7 lakh students appear in Kerala 12th class exams. Read this article to know the Kerala +2 time table 2020 and know the exam day instructions as well.
Latest- Click here to download Kerala Higher Secondary revised model exam time table 2020 as a pdf file. Check Kerala Plus Two syllabus 2020 here.

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Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020

Students can go through given Kerala Plus Two exam time table 2020 for Commerce and Science subjects. The subjects without practicals will be held from 9.45 A.M TO 12.30 P.M. However, subjects with practicals except Biology & Music will start from 9.45 A.M TO 12.00 P.M. Refer the given table for complete Kerala +2 time table 2020-

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Kerala Plus Two Exam Time Table

Dates

First Year Subjects

Second Year Subjects

March 10, 2020 (Tuesday)

  • Biology
  • Geology
  • Sanskrit Sastra
  • Electronics
  • Communicative English
  • Statistics
  • PART- 3 Languages
  • PART – II- Languages
  • Computer Information Technology (Old)
  • Computer Science and Information Technology

March 11, 2020 (Wednesday)

  • History
  • Islamic History & Culture
  • Computer Application
  • Home Science
  • Computer Science
Part 1- English

March 16, 2020 (Monday)

  • PART – II- Languages
  • Computer Information Technology (Old)
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Chemistry
  • Gandhian Studies
  • Anthropology

March 17, 2020 (Tuesday)

PART – I English

Economics

March 18, 2020 (Wednesday)

  • Business Studies
  • Psychology
  • Electronic Service Technology (Old)
  • Electronic Systems
  • Physics
  • Philosophy
  • English Literature
  • Sociology

March 19, 2020 (Thursday)

  • Mathematics
  • Political Science
  • Journalism
  • Music
  • Accountancy
  • Geography
  • Social Work
  • Sanskrit Sahitya

March 23, 2020 (Monday)

  • Chemistry
  • Gandhian Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Mathematics
  • Political Science
  • Journalism

March 24, 2020 (Tuesday)

Economics

  • Business Studies
  • Psychology
  • Electronic Service Technology (Old)
  • Electronic Systems

March 25, 2020 (Wednesday)

  • Physics
  • Philosophy
  • English Literature
  • Sociology
  • History
  • Islamic History & Culture
  • Computer Application
  • Home Science
  • Computer Science

March 26, 2020 (Thursday)

  • Music
  • Accountancy
  • Geography
  • Social Work
  • Sanskrit Sahitya
  • Biology
  • Geology
  • Sanskrit Sastra
  • Electronics
  • Communicative English
  • Statistics
  • PART- 3 Languages

Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020 for Arts

Students can go through Kerala Plus Two Arts time table 2020 to create their separate study time table.

Kerala Plus Two Exam Time Table 2020 Arts

Dates

1st Year Subjects

2nd Year Subjects


March 10, 2020 (Tuesday)

Subsidiary

PART – II- Languages

March 11, 2020 (Wednesday)

Aesthetics

Part 1- English

March 16, 2020 (Monday)

Part 2- Languages

Subsidiary

March 17, 2020 (Tuesday)

Part 1- English

Aesthetics

March 19, 2020 (Thursday)

Main

Sanskrit

March 24, 2020 (Tuesday)

Literature

Main

March 26, 2020 (Thursday)

Sanskrit

Literature

Snapshot of Kerala Plus Two Exam Time Table 2020

Snapshot of Kerala Plus Two Exam Time Table 2020

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Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020 - Exam Day Instructions

Along with the Kerala Plus Two exam time table 2020, Directorate of Higher Secondary Education will also release the exam day instructions. Students are advised to go through this section and know the dos and don’ts of the exam hall.

  • If any student will be found using any unfair means, he/she shall be debarred from the examination hall.

  • Students will not be allowed to use any kind of electronic gadgets like mobile phones, calculator, etc inside the examination hall.

  • According to the instructions provided with Kerala plus two time table 2020, students with special needs will be given an extra half hour for the completion of exam.

  • Students must reach the examination hall at least 30 minutes before the conduction of the exam. This will help them to be composed and poised before the exam starts.

  • As per the instructions of Kerala plus two exam time table 2020, students will be given an extra time of 15 minutes for going through Kerala plus two exam question paper.

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How to download Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020?

Students can download Kerala Plus Two exam time table 2020 by following the steps mentioned below.

  • Visit the official website of DHSE, Kerala, dhsekerala.gov.in.

  • In the middle of the page, there’s a section of ‘Circulars/Notifications.’

  • In this section, go to the ‘examination’ section and click on ‘Kerala plus two time table 2020.’

  • The time table will be available in the pdf format. Download the pdf and start preparing for the subjects accordingly.

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Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020 - Supplementary

Find the expected Kerala supplementary time table in the table below. The exam dates mentioned will be updated as soon as the confirmed routine is released by the Kerala Board.

Kerala Plus Two Exam Supplementary Time Table 2020 (Tentative)

Date and Day of Examination

Subjects

June 10, 2020 (Wednesday)

Accountancy, History, Islamic History and Culture, Communicative English, Electronics Service Technology

June 10, 2020 (Wednesday)

Physics, Geography, Music, Gandhian Studies, English Literature

June 11, 2020 (Thursday)

Economics, Journalism

June 11, 2020 (Thursday)

Geology, Statistics, Computer Applications, Home Science

June 12, 2020 (Friday)

Business Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy

June 12, 2020 (Friday)

Chemistry, Sanskrit Sastra, Political Science

June 13, 2020 (Saturday)

English (Part-I)

June 13, 2020 (Saturday)

Part II Languages, Computer Information, Technology

June 17, 2020 (Wednesday)

Mathematics, Part-III Languages, Psychology, Sanskrit Sahitya

June 17, 2020 (Wednesday)

Social Work, Biology, Computer Science, Electronics

Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020 for Arts - Supplementary

Students can go through the tentative Kerala Class 12th Arts supplementary time table 2020 in the table provided below. This routine has been crafted on the basis of the previous year supplementary time table. The supplementary exam dates are released after the declaration of Kerala Class 12th result. Usually, supplementary exams are held in the months of June/July.

Kerala Plus Two Exam Arts Supplementary Time Table 2020 (Tentative)

Date and Day of Examination

Subjects

June 10, 2020 (Wednesday)

Main

June 10, 2020 (Wednesday)

Subsidiary

June 11, 2020 (Thursday)

Literature

June 11, 2020 (Thursday)

Aesthetics

June 12, 2020 (Friday)

Sanskrit

June 13, 2020 (Saturday)

Part-I English

June 13, 2020 (Saturday)

Part-II Languages

Kerala Plus Two Exam 2020 Preparation Tips

Careers360 is providing some of the tried and tested Kerala Class 12th preparation tips for the students. They are advised to implement these tips and tricks to score high in Kerala Class 12th result.

  • Refer to the Kerala Plus Two exam syllabus and pay more attention to the topics which carry high weighage. This will help in knowing the marking scheme and preparing in a strategic manner as per Kerala plus two exam time table.

  • Students are advised to prepare notes separately of the topics they read. This will help in the last minute revision and also help them remember the details clearly.

  • Do not start any new topic after the release of Kerala plus two time table 2020 as then you will be unable to revise properly.

  • Solving the previous years’ question papers will act as a great help to the students. This will help them to know the exam pattern, paper structure and trend of questions asked in the exam.

  • Students must study on a regular basis. Studying consistently will help them to devote proper time to all the subjects and help in covering the syllabus on time.

  • After the release of Kerala plus two time table 2020, devote more time in solving the previous years' papers and revising the covered topics.

  • Seek the help of the teachers and elders and do not leave any stone unturned for the better preparation of the exam. Clearing all the doubts will result in a strong base and better subjective knowledge which is very essential.

  • Students must refer to Kerala plus two time table 2020 and prepare for several subjects as per the time and schedule of the same. This will let them plan their study time table accordingly and increase the probability of scoring high.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2020

Question: What is the practical exam dates?

Answer:

The Kerala + 2 practical exams will be conducted from February 5, 2020.

Question: What is the minimum qualifying marks for Kerala +2 exam?

Answer:

Students have to secure a minimum of 48 marks in subjects without practicals and 36 marks in subjects with practicals for TE is compulsory.

Question: How much a student should obtain to be eligible for higher studies in Kerala?

Answer:

To become eligible for higher studies, students should attain D+ Grade or a total 60 - 79 scores with TE Score greater than or equal to 30% of TE Maximumin all subjects. 

Question: Is there any grace marks in Kerala DHSE exams 2020?

Answer:

The board will provide grace marks to the winners in the State Level Higher Secondary School Youth Festival.

  • A Grade - 5% of the aggregate score
  • B Grade - 4% of the aggregate score
  • C Grade - 3% of the aggregate score

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