DHSE Kerala to declare Class XII SAY, Improvement results today: Check your grades at keralaresults.nic.in
Kerala Higher Secondary Education Department, popularly known as DHSE Kerala will declare the results for Class XII SAY (Save A Year) and Improvement exams
Kerala Higher Secondary Education Department, popularly known as DHSE Kerala will declare the results for Class XII SAY (Save A Year) and Improvement exams. Students who had appeared for the supplementary exams can expect to check their results at 2 pm on Monday, as reported by NDTV.
Students can check their grades in the following way:
- Go to keralaresults.nic.in
- Click on the result link
- Enter the relevant details
- Submit the details
- Get the result
Earlier, on 17 May, as per Firstpost, Kerala Higher Secondary declared its results. Over 4.4 lakh students appeared for the Class XII exams, which were conducted in 2,030 centres across Kerala, as also at three centres in Mahe, nine in Lakshadweep, and eight in West Asia.
The DHSE was envisioned as the central agency in charge of higher education in Kerala. Pre-degree courses had to be distinguished from university education in order to bring the courses under the ambit of the DHSE.
India Today reported that Kerala is the first state to achieve a 100 percent literacy rate. Schools and colleges in Kerala are largely run by the government, private trusts, or individuals.
Each school is associated with the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE), or the Kerala State Education Board.
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