Kerala Plus One 2018 -Improvement Results Declared
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Government of Kerala has announced the Plus One improvement result 2018 on official websites, dhsekerala.gov.in and Kerala results.nic.in. With this announcement, the DHSE has now published both Plus One general and vocational or vocational higher secondary education (VHSE) first-year improvement result, for which the examinations were held in August 2018 and July 2018 respectively, according to NDTV report.
The results were announced yesterday afternoon. However, but the results were not available for some time. By evening the website access was restored since yesterday evening. The DHSE and VHSE Plus One improvement result 2018 can be accessed from the websites mentioned above after entering your examination roll number and date of birth. The school-wise results of Kerala Plus One improvement examination are also available on these websites.
Steps to check the results
Step One: Visit the official results website of the Kerala DHSE, keralaresults.nic.in
Step Two: Click on the results link (Either “DHSE First Year (Improvement) – August 2018 Results” or “VHSE First Year (Improvement) – July 2018 Results”)
Step Three: Enter your roll number and date of birth
Step Four: Submit and check DHSE Kerala or VHSE improvement results
A link “results” has been provided on the DHSE website for accessing the results.
Kerala Plus One Improvement Result 2018: School-Wise Results
To access the Kerala Plus One improvement results school-wise, the schools will have to click on the “School-wise” link given on the results page of keralaresults.nic.in. Schools will have to enter the school code to access the list of the students from the website.
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 the workforce 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, PK Sudheer Babu, Director of Higher Secondary Education told in the official website.