Kerala DHSE Plus One Result 2018: The Kerala Department of Higher Secondary Education or DHSE has announced the Kerala Plus One or Higher Secondary Class 11 results today on the official websites. The candidates who have appeared for the examination can check the results on the official website of the board i.e. keralaresults.nic.in and www.dhsekerala.gov.in. This year, the board conducted the examinations from 7th March 2018 to 28th March 2018. The Kerala DHSE Plus One exams began on March 7 with History, Islamic History and Culture, Communicative English, Electronic Service Technology, and Literature papers while it concluded on March 28 with Accountancy, Sanskrit Sasthra, and Chemistry papers. The Kerala DHSE had released the Kerala Plus Two or Class 12 results on May 10.
Keeping the convenience of the students, the Kerala Department of Higher Secondary Education or DHSE made the result checking process extremely easy and simple. The candidate will first have to visit the official website of the board i.e. keralaresults.nic.in and www.dhsekerala.gov.in and then they have to enter all the required details like name, roll number, admit card number etc. As soon as the candidate presses the submit button, the result will be displayed on the screen.
The students who will be checking the results must note that the Kerala Board will not issue the original mark sheet immediately after announcing the DHSE Plus One Result 2018, therefore, it is extremely important for the candidates to save the PDF copy of the result and take some printout copies of the same for future references. In the Plus one exams, a total of 3.79 lakh regular category students appeared while from the open school, about 69,685 students had sat for the exams. The DHSE Kerala has announced the SSLC result on May 3, 2018 and Plus Two on May 10. The pass percentage of Kerala DHSE Plus Two Result was 83.75%.
The Higher Secondary, Secondary and Vocational Higher Education in the state of Kerala is monitored by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE). The DHSE conducts the SSLC examination at the Secondary level and the HSC examination at the Higher Secondary level. The Directorate of Higher Education was established in the year 1990 in accordance with the National Education Policy, The main goal of the DHSE was to segregate the pre-degree courses from the university education and integrate them under the one single authority. The Vocational Higher Secondary Education scheme was started in 1983-84 with a limited number of courses in 19 selected schools. Later, through the gradual expansion over the period of three decades, the number of associated schools has grown to 389 and more than 45 modernised courses are on offer now.