- The state registered a total pass per cent of 83.37, compared to last year's 80.94.
- As many as 11,829 students secured A+ in all subjects
- 83 schools registered 100 per cent pass record, including eight government schools
- Kannur had the most win per cent (82.22), while Pathanamthitta had the least (77.65)
The results of the Kerala Plus Two/HSE examinations were declared on Monday, with the state registering a total pass per cent of 83.37.
Last year, the total pass per cent was 80.94. The results of were announced by state education minister C Raveendranath at a press conference in Thiruvanathapuram.
3,05,262 out of the 3,66,139 students who appeared for 2017 HSE exams qualified for higher studies, while as many as 11,829 students secured A+ in all subjects. 83 schools registered 100 per cent pass record, including eight government schools.
Among districts, Kannur registered the most win per cent (82.22), while Pathanamthitta had the least (77.65).
The last date for submitting applications for revaluation is May 22. The applications for SAY/improvement examinations can be submitted till May 25. The exams are scheduled from June 7 to 13.
Where to check the results
You can check the results on the government's IT@School website. All you need to do is enter the website and key in your roll number. The results are also available on the Saphalam app on Google Play Store and on www.keralaresults.nic.in and www.kerala.gov.in.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:34 PM