Kerala Plus Two Results 2017 DHSE Plus 2, VHSE Exam Results, SAY

Kerala Plus Two Results 2018 will be published soon and dates will be announced. Kerala Second year Higher secondary examination results (Plus Two) was published on Monday, 15 May 2017 with 83.37% percentage pass. 153 students scored total 1200 marks. 11829 students got A Plus in all subjects. Among 366139 students who wrote Plus 2 examinations, 305262 students passed. Examination results of Kerala Vocational Higher secondary examination (VHSE) was also be published along with it on 15/5/2017. In VHSE 81.5% students passed.

Education Minister C Raveendranath will announce Kerala Plus 2 results 2017 and VHSE results at 2.00 pm on 15th May 2017. Every one is eagerly awaiting Plus Two results to get admission to Higher studies, Colleges .etc. Kerala SSLC results was published on 5th May 2017. In all official websites Kerala Plus 2 results 2017 will be published as soon as results are announced by Education Minister.

Plus 2 examination results are published after careful tabulation, evaluation .etc. to make sure that there are no mistakes in results. This year there was no hurry in publishing SSLC, Plus Two results based on order of Kerala Education Minister to avoid any mistakes. Kerala Plus Two Results 2018 will also be published on another date.

Plus Two SAY (Save A Year) examination will be conducted for failed students of Plus 2 exam. Time table of Plus Two SAY exam, fees to be paid, online application dates .etc. will be announced soon. Results of Plus 2 SAY exam will be announced with 2 weeks to make sure every one gets chance to apply for higher education courses.

  • Kerala Plus 2 Science batches Pass percentage is 86.25%
  • Kerala Plus 2 Humanities batches Pass percentage is 75.25%
  • Kerala Plus 2 Commerce batches Pass percentage is 83.96%

Supplementary, Improvement Exam Dates, Time

Time of Exams without Practical is morning 9.30 am to 12.15 pm and 2.00 pm to 4.45 pm. Exams with practical will be from morning 9.30 am to 11.45 am other than Biology and Music. Time of Biology – 2 pm to 4.25 am. Time of Music – 9.30 am to 11.45 am.


  • 9.30 am to 12.15 pm – Part I English
  • 2.00 pm to 4.45 pm – Part II Second Language, Computer Information technology


  • 9.30 am to 12.15 pm – Part III Physics, Geography, Accountancy, Philosophy, Music, Anthropology, Journalism
  • 2.00 pm to 4.45 pm – Geology, Social work


  • 9.30 am to 12.15 pm – Chemistry, Political Science, Samskritha Shastram (Sanskit Science)
  • 2.00 pm to 4.45 pm – Gandhian studies, Statistics


  • 9.30 am to 12.15 pm – Home Science, History, Business studies, Islamic history and culture, Electronics, Electronics service technology, Communicative English
  • 2.00 pm to 4.45 pm – Biology, Sociology


  • 9.30 am to 12.15 pm – Part III Languages, Computer  applications, Psychology, Samskritha Sahithya, Mathematics
  • 2.00 pm to 4.45 pm – Computer science, Economics, Part III English Literature

How to Check Kerala Plus Two Results 2018

Examination results of Kerala Plus 2 and Vocational Higher Secondary will be published on 15/5/2017 at 2 pm. All candidates who have written Kerala Plus 2, VHSE exams can check results online or through Saphalam app of IT@School.

Kerala Plus Two Results 2018

Official websites of Kerala Plus 2 results 2017 are as follows,


2017 Kerala plus 2 results are published on 15/5/17 in a press meet conducted by Kerala’s education minister C.Raveendranath. Results of Plus 2 exams in various groups like Humanities, Science, Commerce will be published.

All students who pass in Plus 2 examinations will go for job oriented courses that will built a career for them. Lot of job oriented courses in India and abroad are there for students.

Those students who failed in Plus Two exams can write SAY exams and pass it.


PSC minus mark Kerala psc negative marking calculation for psc exams

What are the rules in Kerala PSC minus mark for calculation of marks in PSC examinations. Kerala Public service commission conducts examinations based on notifications given for selecting candidates to various job posts. Kerala psc negative marking is done for doing calculation of total marks got by a candidate for writing PSC exam.

Most of the exams conducted by Kerala Public service commission is based on objective question and answers through which candidates can select correct answers. There will be 4 objective choices from which a candidate can select the correct one and bubble mark it. Many candidates who do not know the right answer attempt to answer it by making a random selection from given choices.

To avoid candidates from doing random selection of objective answers in Kerala PSC examinations the PSC department has implemented PSC minus mark system. A PSC examination is done to find out the excellent candidate from a pool of job seekers. In recruitment of qualified candidates the system of PSC minus mark in Kerala Public service commission is really helpful.

For every candidate who is writing a Kerala PSC exam should know about rules of negative marks to make sure that you do not loss any marks unnecessarily. What is negative marking calculation all about and what are the things required for a PSC job applicant to know regarding it.

Knowing about negative marks is important while attending a Kerala Public service commission examination to become successful. Getting into a Kerala PSC rank list depends on negative marks.

Kerala PSC minus mark calculation

Kerala PSC is conducting objective examination for most of the notifications published. There will be 4 answer choices for each question from which correct answer has to be selected. Correct answer has to be marked as bubble. For PSC examinations there will be objective type question paper.

PSC minus mark

To win in a Kerala PSC exam you should know how to avoid getting negative marks.

For all PSC exams with total 100 marks there will be 100 questions and each question will have 1 mark. For marking wrong answer there will be 1/3 mark subtracted .ie. for 3 wrong answers 1 mark received for a correct answer will be deducted.

Negative marks will be given if a candidate bubbles 2 answers for a question. If a candidate does not mark answer for a question there will be no negative marks.


Kerala BEVCO LD clerk list PSC Kerala beverages LDC probability rank list 2017-2018

LD clerk jobs are always having high demand and attended by lakhs of candidates every year. In case of BEVCO LDC vacancies, the recruitment notification in 2014 was given. Kerala BEVCO LD clerk examination was conducted in year 2016 after a long wait of nearly 2 years. Around 5 lakh candidates attended Lower Division Clerk exams of PSC for recruitment to Kerala Beverages Corporation. When will kerala beverage ldc rank list be published as it has been more than 1 year since conducting of this examination.

High salary job opportunities and bonus in Beverages Corporation (BEVCO) has made lakhs of people apply for vacancies of Lower Division clerks (LDC).

Rank list of this examination has not been published till now.  All candidates who wrote this LD Clerk exam is waiting for Probability list (Sadhyatha list pattika / സാധ്യത ലിസ്റ്റ്). When will short listing of candidates for LD clerks in BEVCO be done is now asked by everyone as there is no signs till now even in November 2017 to publish probability list.

There had been lot of complaints that PSC is not publishing LDC (LD Clerk) examination probability list. There are allegations that back door recruitment is being done at Beverages Corporation (BEVCO) and this is why publishing rank list is getting late.

Another main concern is now that will there be any vacancies left over when shortlisting probability list of rank list is done by Kerala Public Service Commission.

Kerala beverage LDC rank list (Probability shortlisting)

Date of publishing kerala beverage LDC rank list is not known at present. Around 5,00,00 candidates who write this exam is waiting to know whether they are in this probability list. May be it will be published in December 2017 or some time in 2018.

kerala beverage ldc rank list

Even though recruitment notification for LD Clerks was given in year 2014, the examination was conducted only after 2 years in October 2016. Now one year has passed since the LD Clerk exam was conducted for recruiting candidates to vacancies of LD Clerks in Kerala Beverages Corporation (BEVCO).

Many people who wrote this exam is fearing that their age will get over when probability list is published. As per latest analysis there are around 319 vacancies for posts of Lower Division Clerks (LDC) in Kerala State Beverages (Manufacturing & Marketing) Corporation Limited as on year 2017. Examination date of LD Clerk in Beverages Corporation was on 22 October 2016 (22-10-16).