VHSE Results 2016 Kerala: As per the Official sources it is confirmed that Kerala VHSE Results 2016 will be published today at vhse.kerala.gov.in after 3pm. Kerala Vocational Higher Secondary Examination(VHSE) results are expected to be published after the official declaration of Kerala DHSE (HSE) Result. According to the expectations, the VHSE results are to be announced on May 10, this is a record breaking time for announcing the result if everything goes as planned.
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The department of VHSE board have done a great job this year by speeding up the process of evaluating the mark sheets, uploading it to the server, and announcing the result. But we have to consider that VHSE is managing only below 1/4th of the total number of students who are studying under the regular higher secondary schools.
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Chief secretary S.M. Vijayanand will publish the Plus Two results by handing it over to V.S. Senthil, additional chief secretary of general education department, at PRD chamber in the state capital.
Details of the single-window entry into first year higher secondary will also be published. For VHSE, processes for single-window entry will begin Tuesday itself. Check the results on the websites given here:
The results of higher secondary and vocational higher secondary examinations (plus two) in Kerala will be announced on 10 May. The results will be announced by the chief secretary at PRD chamber at 3 pm. The pass percentage is likely to go down compared to previous year's results this time. The board of examinations had decided to allot moderation for higher secondary students.
Kerala higher secondary examinations saw 4,72,307 students take the Plus One exams in Languages and Computer Information Technology, and 4,60,743 students the Plus Two exams in Computer Science, History, Islamic History and Culture, and Electronics.
The exams began at 10 a.m. were held across 2,100 centres, including in the State, Lakshadweep, and the Gulf countries. To check exam malpractice, monitoring squads operated at four levels. Squads set up at the Secretariat level, the one of the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education comprising the Director and the Joint Director, district-level squads under the regional deputy directors, and those under the District Collectors ensured that there were no instances of malpractices, said K. Mohana Kumar, Joint Director (Examinations), Directorate of Higher Secondary Education.
The exams concluded on March 29. As many as 66 valuation camps begun on April 4. The results are expected today at 3pm
The VHSE exams too went off smoothly with 31,400 students writing the Plus One and 28,974 students the Plus Two exams in History on Wednesday.
Board of Vocational Higher Secondary Examination Kerala
The Board of Vocational Higher Secondary Examination is constituted to advice and to take decisions on the conduct of various Public Examinations and publication of results. The Board consists of 18 Members in which the Director, Vocational Higher Secondary Education is designated as the Chairman of the Board. The Board conducts the following examinations in an academic year.
Second Year public Examination
Second Year Save-A-Year (SAY) Examination
First Year Public Examination
First Year Improvement Examination and
Various Module Examinations for Skill Evaluation
Vocational Higher Secondary Education had a humble beginning in Kerala in 1983-84. To start with, the scheme was implemented in 19 schools with a few selected courses and was extended to 73 schools in 1985-86 offering 27 different vocational courses. In 1988-89 there were 100 schools with a total of 200 batches. The programme continued to expand every year until 1995-96 and the number of schools went up to 310 with a total of 814 baches offering 45 different courses.
The next expansion came in 2000-01 and the number of schools went up to 375 with a total of 1000 batches. At present, there are 389 schools with 1100 batches in the state imparting Vocational Higher Secondary Education in 35 restructured courses with modernized curriculum. Of the 389 schools, 128 schools are in the private aided sector and 261 are in the government sector.