The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) has declared the plus one 2021 today, dated, November 27, 2021. The result was earlier set to publish on Wednesday but got postponed due to unforeseen reasons. It must be noted that the results have also been declared on many other sites including, kerelaresults.nic.in, dhsekerela.gov.in, prd.kerela.gov.in, results.kite.kerela.gov.in, kerela.gov.in. Eagerly waiting students can now check their results at the sites mentioned above.
Following is the step-by-step procedure to download the result from the most popular site of the lot, results.kite.kerala.gov.in:
Step 1 – Head over to results.kite.kerala.gov.in
Step 2 – Locate the CHSE 2021 results/VHSE 2021 results link, as required, on the right-hand side of the page and click on it
Step 3 – In the following window, enter the registration number and Date of birth. Thereafter, click on submit.
Step 4 – The result will be displayed. Students are advised to save the result and take its printout for future references.
As per the reports, the passing percentage is reckoned to be 35% but students are asked to refer to the mark sheets.
DHSE conducted the exams for plus one from September 24 to October 18, 2021. Due to the circumstances, the exams for plus one were held in offline mode and the question papers were of MCQ type and the duration of the exam was of two and a half hours, also a cool-down period of 20 minutes was allotted to the students. According to the sources, around 4 lakh students appeared for the examination.
The guidelines laid by the directorate allow the students to submit applications for revaluation, photocopying, and scrutiny of the answer sheets if required. For these, a separate application form has been published on the website. After downloading the application form, students will have to submit the filled form to their respective school Principal and then the Principals will submit such applications to DHSE within the provided time period. The last date to file for reevaluation is December 2, 2021.