A collection of previous year question papers of Kerala DHSE Higher Secondary Plus Two examination for +2 Annual exam starting March 10th 2020.
Plus Two Final Exam Timetable March 2020
|10 March 2020
|Part – II Languages, Computer Information Technology (Old), Computer Science and Information Technology|
|11 March 2020
|Part- I English|
|16 March 2020
|Chemistry, Gandhian Studies, Anthropology|
|17 March 2020
|18 March 2020
|Physics, Philosophy, English Literature, Sociology|
|19 March 2020
|Music, Accountancy, Geography, Social Work, Sanskrit Sahitya|
|23 March 2020
|Mathematics, Political Science, Journalism|
|24 March 2020
|Business Studies, Psychology, Electronic Service Technology (Old), Electronic Systems|
|25 March 2020
|History, Islamic History &Amp; Culture, Computer Application, Home Science, Computer Science|
|26 March 2020
|Biology, Geology, Sanskrit Sasthra, Electronics, Communicative English, Statistics, Part III Languages|
Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Government of Kerala announced for Plus One and Plus Two Examination March 2020. The examination will start on March 10th. Detailed Timetable is available below
You can download Complete Notification for the conduct of First and Second year Higher Secondary Examinations March 2020 & the details of other examinations conducted in the year 2020 from the DHSE Official Site
The DHSE Annual Exam Pattern
Second Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2018 consists of
(i) CONTINUOUS EVALUATION- The CE is based on the learning activities undertaken by the candidate during the course of study.
(ii) THE PRACTICAL EVALUATION- The Practical Exam shall be based on the scheme and syllabus prescribed for the Higher Secondary Course during 2016–2018 (Note: Candidates who absent themselves for the Practical Evaluation of a particular subject shall be treated as absent for that subject, even if they appear for Terminal Evaluation)
(iii) TERMINAL EVALUATION (TE) There will be only one scheme of Examination. ie, 200 scores per subject.
Eligibility for Higher Studies/ Minimum grade required for a pass
To become eligible for higher studies a candidate should obtain D+ grade or above in all subjects. To attain D+ grade for a subject, a minimum of 30% of the aggregate score of CE, PE and TE should be obtained (ie., 60 scores should be obtained) with a separate minimum score of 30% of Terminal Evaluation. The minimum score required for Terminal Evaluation for subjects with Practical Evaluation is 36 and for subjects without Practical Evaluation is 48.
For securing D+ grade for Music separate minimum of 30% score of T.E. as well as PE (24 scores each) should be obtained.
Previous year question papers and answer keys of Plus Two Examination TE
The Previous year question papers and answer keys of Plus Two examination can be downloaded from the links below.