Kerala DHSE, VHSE 12th Results 2017 at, Check DHSE Plus 2 HSE, VHSE Name Wise Exam Results Check Kerala HSE 12th Results 2017 announced on May 15 @ 02:00 PM Kerala DHSE, VHSE 12th Results 2017 at, Check DHSE Plus 2 HSE, VHSE Name Wise Exam Results announce on May 15 @ 2 PM.
Kerala Plus Two Result 2017: DHSE Kerala to announce Kerala HSE and VHSE Plus Two +2 Results 2017 on May 15 at and Finally, the wait has been over for those all thousands of students, who have been given the Kerala DHSE,VHSE  Examination 2017. Kerala Board of High Secondary Education  (KBHSE) High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) have been announced the Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSE) Kerala Class 12th Results 2017 today on Monday, May 15 around 02:00 PM at So just a matter of a few hours for candidates to know the much anticipated results of Kerala DHSE/HSE 2017:

Kerala Board of High Secondary Education (KBHSE), is primarily responsible for promotion and development of secondary education in Kerala State. The Kerala DHSE class 12 Result 2017 will be available online at their official websites, and The exams were held between March 8 and March 28. Over 4.4 lakh students appeared for the examination that was conducted in 2030 centres across Kerala, 3 centres in Mahe, 9 in Lakshadweep and 8 in the Gulf region.

Those students who had appeared for the exam, can check their Kerala DHSE VHSE Results 2017 i.e., Kerala DHSE,VHSE Results 2017, Kerala High Secondary Results 2017, Kerala Class XIIth Class Result, Kerala Class 12th Results 2017 on the official websites -

The Board has also said that the results will be available through provisional result gazettes which will be issued to all registered institutions of the Board. The press statement from the board said that, “The provisional results of the HSLC and HSSLC Examinations 2017 conducted by the KBHSE shall be declared in the afternoon of 15th May 2017.”

Candidates can check their results on the following websites;,, and

To get the results via SMS, the students have to sent messages in these formats:

The Kerala DHSC Result 2017 can be also be checked via mobile using SMS feature. Send a message in the following format to receive your HSC result 2017 in your mobile KERALA12REGISTRATION NUMBER - Send it to 56263
The Kerala board had conducted the Class 12 board examinations from march 8th to march 28th, 2017 that was approximately 4 lakh+ students appear in the examination that was held in 70 centres across the state. For the academic year 2015-2016, overall passing percentage 94.45 percent with the pass percentage of boys being 94.67 percent and that of girls 94.25 percent. In 2016 the results for the HSC and Vocational Higher Secondary Examinations were declared on May 10. Out of the 4,60,743 students who appeared for the examinations, 125 had scored 100 per cent. The pass percentage was 79.03 while 9,870 students scored A+ grades in all subjects.

At present, there are 389 schools with 1100 batches in the state imparting Vocational Higher Secondary Education in 35 restructured courses with modernized curriculum.

Of the 389 schools, 128 schools are in the private aided sector and 261 are in the government sector.Board of Vocational Higher Secondary Examination conducts Second Year public Examination, Second Year Save-A-Year (SAY) Examination,  First Year Public Examination, First Year Improvement Examination and various Module Examinations for Skill Evaluation.

Steps to Check Kerala DHSE/HSE Class 12th Results 2017

  1. First of all, Enter or log on to the Official Websites as:,
  2. Click on the 'DHSE EXAM RESULTS - 2017' or, 'VHSE EXAM RESULTS - 2017' link.
  3. Enter Important details as like Exam Roll Number and Date Of Birth (DOB) or, Your Name in empty field or given boxes.
  4. Click on 'Submit' or 'Get Results' or, 'Find Result' button.
  5. The Result will be displayed on your Screen with Your Name, Your Percentage, Subject wise marks and grades wise result.
  6. Download your result by taking the print out of it and save it for future preferences.

About the Kerala Board:

  • Kerala is the first state to achieve a 100 per cent literacy rate. 
  • The schools and colleges are now largely run by the government, private trusts, or individuals. Each school is associated with either the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE), or the Kerala State Education Board.
Best of luck to all students for their Results!


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