keralaresults.nic.in - Kerala DHSE/HSE Result 2017, Kerala Class 12th/Plus Two Results 2017 to be declared on May 15
The Kerala HSC (Plus Two) Result 2017, Kerala HSE Result 2017, Kerala DHSE/HSE Result 2017 expected to be declared on May 15.
Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala HSC (Plus Two) Result 2017, Kerala HSE Result 2017, Kerala DHSE/HSE Result 2017, Kerala Class 12th/Plus Two Results 2017 expected to be declared on May 15.
Candidates who appeared for DHSE Kerala Plus Two Arts, Kerala Plus Two Science and Kerala Plus Two Commerce examinations will get to check Kerala Board HSE/DHSE Results 2017, Kerala Class 12 Results 2017, KERALA DHSE Results 2017, Kerala 12th Result 2017, Kerala DHSE Result 2017 at 2 pm on Monday.
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) will announce Kerala DHSE 12th Class Plus Two VHSE HSC Examination Result 2017, Kerala Board DHSE Class 12 Examination Results 2017.
Kerala HSE/DHSE Result 2017 can be accessed on following websites:
Kerala Board conducted the Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSE). Kerala HSE/DHSE Exams 2017 were held 8th March to 28th March 2017. Around 4,42,434 students appeared for the Kerala DHSE exam.
How to Check Kerala Board HSE Result 2017/Kerala DHSE (12th Class) Exam Result 2017:
- Log on to the above any of the mentioned websites
- Click on “HSC Results” tab
- Submit details like Name, Roll Number, Mobile Number, and email ID
- Click on 'Submit' and get result
- Download or take printout of the marksheet
Kerala DHSE Class 12th XII exam results 2016
Overall passing percentage 94.45 percent; passing percentage of boys 94.67 percent, while 94.25 percent of girls passed out. 4,84,000 had appeared for the exams in 2016.
Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE)
In line with the National Policy on Education, the Kerala government established the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education in the year 1990.
The Directorate has been mandated to promote and regulate Higher Secondary Education in the state of Kerala. The DHSE ensures all round development of HS education in the state by providing required guidance and monitoring of government and private schools in Kerala.
The DHSE gained full powers when the de-linking of pre-degree courses from the university education system was completed in a phased manner by 2000-2001.
Candidates who clear the examination can look forward to enrolling for undergraduate courses in different colleges in Kerala and elsewhere. While a good showing in HSC examination will be a big morale booster, the admission, especially in professional and technical courses, will be based on entrance examinations, hence, the students who wish to pursue such education should not lose focus and carry on with the preparations for entrance examinations.
Those who fail to clear the examination should not lose heart as they have another chance to clear it by appearing in the supplementary examination.
Here's wishing all the students 'Best of Luck'.