DHSE Kerala Plus 2 Results 2022: Chemistry paper answer key revised, board resumes evaluation process

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Updated on May 5, 2022 17:50 IST

With the revised answer key, the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala has resumed the evaluation process. Check the complete details here

Chemistry paper answer key revised, DHSE Kerala resumes evaluation process

DHSE Kerala Plus 2 Results 2022: The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Kerala has resumed the evaluation process after the Chemistry paper has been revised, as per reports. The board is aiming to complete the evaluation process at the earliest and declare DHSE Kerala Plus 2 results 2022 soon. However, the board has not revealed an exact date to declare the Kerala Plus Two Result 2022. As per media reports, the teachers who have pointed out the problems in the answer key have now resumed the evaluation process.

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As per local media, the DHSE Kerala board has revised the answer key for the Chemistry subject and released it again. Thereafter, the teachers resuming the evaluation process for the answer sheets. The report also informed that the Kerala Plus 2 answer key for the Chemistry subject has been prepared by a group of 15 teachers.

Ever since the Chemistry paper answer key is revised, the board has asked the teachers to evaluate the Kerala Class 12 Chemistry Paper only using the newly released answer key for the same. The board has also informed that the previously evaluated papers will also be re-evaluated.

Kerala Plus Two Chemistry Answer Key Discrepancy

The local media has reported that the Kerala plus two evaluation started on April 28 when the evaluation process continued to the specific subject after a group of teachers refused to use the answer key prepared by the person who set the question papers. The teachers were in favour of using the answer key prepared by other group. However, the board has suspected that the answer key prepared by the teachers could cause students to secure more marks in the exam.

Thereafter, many teachers have boycotted the evaluation process. To bring things back to normal and avoid a delay in the result declaration, the board has released a revised answer key.

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