Thiruvananthapuram : Kerala DHSE (Department of Higher Secondary Education) has announced Class 12 examinations results.
The Kerala DHSE Class 12 result for the session 2014 has shown a decrease in the overall passing percentage. This year, 79.39 per cent students have cleared the exam. The pass percentage in 2013 was 81.34 per cent.
Surprisingly, Kerala DHSE Class 12 results have witnessed a significant increase in the number of students who have obtained A+ in all the subjects. While in the year 2013, 5,183 students had grabbed an A+ in all subjects, this year 6,783 obtained it.
Ernakulam district topped the list with 84.35 per cent whereas Pathanamthitta is at the bottom with 71.73 per cent.
St Mary's HSS Pattom produced the topper with 91.69 per cent and presented the highest number of candidates for the examination i.e. 758 in number.
Last month on April 16, Kerala State Board had also announced its Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exam result, for which around 4.64 lakhs students had appeared. The SSLC is a certification attained by a student on successful completion of an examination at the end of study at the secondary schooling level in India. The performance of a student in the SSLC examination acts as the basis for admissions to pre-university courses in India.