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Kerala higher secondary results out, 84.33% declared pass


THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The go proportion in Kerala upper secondary exam, the results of which have been introduced here on Wednesday, recorded a slight build up in comparison to the former year. The proportion of applicants who've been declared eligible for upper studies this year is 84.33 as against the ultimate year’s 83.75 proportion.

The results have been introduced here through common training secretary A Shajahan in the presence of alternative officers involved. Owing to the prevalence of style code of habits in reference to the overall elections, common training minister C Raveendranath chose to not attend the inside track convention.


As many as 183 applicants secured 1200 ranking out of 1200 and 14244 students for A+ in all subjects. Of the full 369238 faculty going students appeared for the upper secondary exam in March 2019, 311375 become eligible for upper studies. Results statistics divulge that the go proportion amongst woman students is way above that of boys. While 91.15 p.c of woman students become eligible for upper studies, the share of boys who secured enough marks to become eligible for upper studies is simplest 76.60.

The statistics for the various streams show that in the science circulation 154112 (86.04 %) students become eligible for higer studies. Pass proportion in humanities and trade are 79.82 and 84.65 respectively.

In the sector smart consequence, aided sector tops with 86.36 %, followed through govt sector (83.04 %) and unaided sector (77.34 %) respectively.

Eligibility of higher studies is D+ or above grade for all subjects with 30 % scores in theory and on my own and an aggregate total of 30 p.c in theory, sensible evaluation and steady evaluation taken together.


Among the districts, Kozhikode crowned the listing with a go proportion of 87.44 %. The district with lowest go proportion is Pathanamthitta (78 %). Malappuram district has the best possible number of students (1865) winning A+ grade for all subjects.


The vocational upper secondary, technical upper secondary and humanities upper secondary exam results have additionally been introduced. The go proportion in vocational upper secondary is 80.07 %, technical training is 69.72% and that of arts upper secondary is 93.59 %.


The single window mechanism for Plus One admission would begin on May 10. Plus One categories, for the first time, would start together with other faculty categories on June three.


Results are available on the following web sites www.kerala.gov.in, www.dhsekerala.gov.in , www.results.nic.in, www.keralaresults.nic.in, www.results.kite.kerala.gov.in, www.prd,kerala.gov.in , www.cdit.org, www.examresults.gov.in. Results may also be accessed over the cellular apps PRD Live, Saphalam2019, iExaMS, available in google play retailer.


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