DHSE Kerala Plus One improvement results on November 1, 2018

DHSE Kerala Plus One improvement results in 2018: The results will be declared on November 1, 2018. The candidates can check the results through the official websites dhsekerala.gov.in,  keralaresults.nic.in, as per IE report. DHSE Kerala Plus One improvement results 2018: DHSE Kerala will release the results of plus one or Class II improvement examinations revaluation and scrutiny results in 2018 on November 1, 2018. All the students who had appeared in the improvement or supplementary examinations can check the results through the official websites dhsekerala.gov.in and keralaresults.nic.in.

Earlier speaking to the daily, an official from the board said that the results of DHSE Kerala plus one improvement examinations would be declared on October 29.  The test was conducted from July to August, but due to severe flood situations, some of the papers were postponed to October.

Steps to check the DHSE Kerala Plus One results in 2018

Step 1: Visit the official websites mentioned above

Step 2: On the homepage, under the ‘Examination’ tab, click on Revaluation, Scrutiny

Result – I year Improvement

Step 3: A pdf will open, and you can check your exam result

Step 4: Download the pdf and save it for future reference.

In the previous years, the Plus One supplementary exams were held in September-October, however, from this year, the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education has decided to conduct the Higher Secondary Plus One improvement/supplementary examinations in July.

In pursuance of the National Policy on Education, the Government of Kerala established the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education in the year 1990. The Directorate is envisaged as a central agency of the state government seeking to promote all-round development in Higher Secondary Education by establishing appropriate philosophies, adequate institutional network, effective administrative systems and well-qualified and motivated staff necessary to carry out academic and administrative responsibilities.

The pre-degree courses had to be segregated from University education to bring them under the ambit of authority of the Directorate. This had been done in a phased manner, and the entire process of de-linking was completed in 2000-2001. The shortage of organisational and meagre infrastructure facilities have been the severe maladies tormenting the department right from its inception. But transcending all limitations, the concerted efforts by all levels of functionaries at the Directorate have helped it to become a full-fledged department and to attain organisational success.

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