Recent research in predicting protein secondary structure populations (SSP) based on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) chemical shifts has helped quantitatively characterise the structural conformational properties of intrinsically disordered proteins and regions (IDP/IDR). Different from protein secondary structure (SS) prediction, the SSP prediction assumes a dynamic assignment of secondary structures that seem correlate with disordered states. In this study, we designed a single-task deep learning framework to predict IDP/IDR and SSP respectively; and multitask deep learning frameworks to allow quantitative predictions of IDP/IDR evidenced by the simultaneously predicted SSP. According to independent test results, single-task deep learning models improve the prediction performance of shallow models for SSP and IDP/IDR. Also, the prediction performance was further improved for IDP/IDR prediction when SSP prediction was simultaneously predicted in multitask models. With p53 as a use case, we demonstrate how predicted SSP is used to explain the IDP/IDR predictions for each functional region.