The Kerala Department of Higher Secondary Examination (DHSE) has announced the revaluation results of first year or Plus One March 2017 exams.
The Kerala Department of Higher Secondary Examination (DHSE) has announced the revaluation results of first year or Plus One March 2017 exams. Students can check their results at DHSE official website – dhsekerala.gov.in. The DHSE had successfully conducted the first year examination and reportedly all students appeared for the Plus examination at the respective examination centres. The Kerala DHSE first year revaluation results have been published in a pdf file on the official website. The candidates may access the pdf file from the website and search for their numbers.
It is being said that some candidates who have viewed the scores are not satisfied with the marks obtained in the examination and have opted for revaluation and recounting of the answer sheets. According to a report by NDTV, the Kerala DHSE has released the revaluation results of 36,689 plus one students and scrutiny results of 245 students yesterday.
Candidates who opted for revaluation of their marks were eagerly waiting to know their revised scores in the examination and finally the DHSE Kerala Plus One revaluation results are out. The revaluation and recounting results are now available on the official website.
Candidates can now view the modified scores of their answer sheets. The revised scores will be soon updated in the marks memo. These candidates will their receive marks memo in the days to come.
Here are the steps to check your Kerala DHSE First Year Plus One Revaluation Results 2017:
Step 1: Log on to the DHSE official website – dhsekerala.gov.in
Step 2: One directed to the home page click on ‘Plus One Revaluation results’ tab
Step 3: A new pop up will appear. Now enter your Hall Ticket or Admit Card number and then click on view result button
Step 4: Now, a page will appear on the screen with your result
Step 5: Download the result page and take a print copy for further reference
Also, the candidates who did not clear the examination will have applied for the supplementary examination. The scores of Plus One and Plus Two examinations are necessary for further competitive exams.