Kerala DHSE Plus 2 Results 2016 Released

Kerala’s Directorate of Higher Secondary Education has released the Plus two results 2016 in their official site recently.  Kerala Board conducts the 12th class exam in the month of March and declares the result in the month of May 2016 for all streams like Arts, Commerce and Science every year. 12th class board examination’s marks play a very important role for a student in terms of his/her future education point of view. 

Last year the result percentage was 95.47% and the result percentage is seem to increase every year as the numbers of students appearing for the exams are on a rise. Girls’ pass percentage is always higher compared to boys’ pass percentage. This year around 5 lakh students appeared in the exam and the result percentage was expected to reach 96.75%.

In the words of George E. Woodberry,
“Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.” 
            Never stop just because you feel defeated. The journey to the other side is attainable only after great suffering. Coming to exams, every year we hear hundreds of people losing their precious life upon fearing the outcome of their exam results. Recently Tamil Actor Suriya also quoted it in a public gathering and spoke about the purpose and value of one’s life. While, exam results may put enormous pressure on the youngsters of this generation it is also important to support and motivate them at desperate times. Finally as Maya Angelou rightly said, “While one may encounter many defeats, one must not be defeated”, we shall not be defeated from our heart whatever challenge life poses on us… 

Steps to check your DHSE Examination Results 2016:
     1.   Follow the below link:
     2.   Enter your roll number in the first text box.
     3.   Enter your date of birth in specified order in the following text boxes.
     4.   Click on “Submit” button to view your result.
     5.   Click “CTRL+P” to print your result for future reference.
     6.   Click on “Reset” button to clear your data or to check a fresh result.


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