Kerala Vocational Higher Secondary Education (VHSE) first year improvement exam results July 2019 have been announced today. Students who appeared in the exam can check their results at keralaresults.nic.in.
To check the improvement result, students need to go to keralaresults.nic.in and click on the link with text ‘VHSE first year improvement exam results – july 2019’. On the page that opens, roll number has to be entered to display the result.
The Directorate of Vocational Higher Secondary Education, Kerala has also provided school wise results. Schools can check the same by going to the website, clicking on results link, and then clicking the link ‘school wise results’. Then they have to enter school code to check the results of all the students of that school who had appeared in improvement exams.
If by chance a student lands on the Kerala improvement results page for schools, they can click the individual results link therein to go and check their own results by roll number.
On both the pages there is a disclaimer that says, ‘Neither NIC nor Vocational Higher Secondary Education is responsible for any inadvertent error that may have crept in the results being published on net. The results published on net are for immediate information to the examinees. These cannot be treated as original mark sheets. Original marksheets will be issued by the. Directorate of Vocational Higher Secondary Education separately.’
Grading scheme of VHSE Kerala consists of A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, and E grades. A+ means 90-100%, A means 80-89%. Then B+ indicates 70-79%, B means 60-69%. C+ is for 50-59%, C is for 40-49%. D+ is 30-39%, and D is 20-29%. E means student has got below 20%.
VHSE questions papers are in English and Malayalam versions. Students can take the test in English, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada languages.
The Board of Vocational Higher Secondary Examination conducts various exams. These include second year public examination, second year save-a-year (say) examination, first year public examination, first year improvement examination, various module examinations for skill evaluation.
VHSE was started in 1983, in 19 schools for a few courses. In 1985, it was applied in 73 schools for 27 vocational courses. The 100 schools mark was reached in 1988-89 with 200 batches. In 1995, the programme was expanded to 310 schools with 814 batches offering 45 courses.
In the year 2000, the number of schools reached 375, and batches touched the figure of 1000. In recent times, the number of schools with VHSE are 389 which includes 128 private aided and 261 government schools, with a total of 1100 batches. VHSE in 35 restructured courses are being taught with a modern syllabus.
DHSE Kerala recently announced the revaluation and scrutiny result for SAY/IMP on September 23, 2019. The same is available at dhsekerala.gov.in, where the result has been published in a list format. In the result, registration number wise subject name, and change or no change in marks is indicated. There are a total of 175 entries in it, of which, 136 have no change status.