Kerala HSC, VHSE exam 2016: First year improvement results declared

Kerala HSC, VHSE results 2016: The exam was held in September while the main exam was conducted in March 2016

By: Express Web Desk | Noida | Updated: November 28, 2016 8:35 pm
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Kerala HSC, VHSE results 2016: The higher secondary and vocational higher secondary examinations (VHSE) improvement exam results are declared today, that is, November 28 on the official website – keralaresults.nic.in. The exam was held in September.

The HSC main exam was held between March 9 and March 29, 2016. A total of 4,60,743 students had appeared for the examination out of which 2,14,012 were boys and 2,18,748 were girls.

Steps to check the Kerala HSC, VHSE results 2016
Visit the official website
For DHSE Examination Results – 2016, click here
For VHSE Examination Results – 2016, click here
Enter your roll number
The result will be displayed
Check and save the result

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The Government of Kerala has released the first year Vocational Higher Secondary (VHSE) and Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) SAY examination results 2016 on the official website. The result was declared on July 11.

The scheme was brought about in 1983-84. The scheme was initially applied in 19 schools. By 1986, it was broadened to 73 schools where 27 vocational courses in various disciplines were offered. During 1995-96, the VHSE had affiliation with 310 schools who had a collective number of 814 batches across 45 programmes. In 1988-89, the scheme covered 100 schools which had 200 batches in all.

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