Alternatively, you can also check the result through the direct links shared below. Individual and school-wise results can be checked too using the following links:
Kerala HSE NQSF 1st year Improvement results
VHSE 1st year Improvement result 2023
Students can check their individual results using roll numbers.School-wise results can be checked using school codes.
VHSE, NQSF 1st year Improvement Results 2023: Step-by-step guide to check
Step 1: Visit the official website, keralaresults.nic.in.
Step 2: Locate and click on the Class 11 Improvement results link for VHSE or NQSF, as required.
Step 3: Login using the required credentials: Roll number or school code for individual/school-wise results.
Step 4: Check and download your result.
Step 5: Take a printout and keep a copy for future reference
All about Vocational Higher Secondary Education in Kerala
Kerala VHSE has three key learning elements as its focal areas: Professional, Vocational, and Workplace aspects. Kerala witnessed the humble beginnings of Vocational Higher Secondary Education way back in 1983-84. Initially, it commenced in 19 schools, offering a limited number of courses. By 1985-86, this initiative expanded to 73 schools with 27 diverse vocational courses. The growth persisted, reaching 100 schools with 200 batches by 1988-89. Each passing year saw further expansion, culminating in 1995-96, where 310 schools offered 814 batches spanning 45 courses.
Another major expansion occurred in 2000-01, elevating the count to 375 schools and 1000 batches. Presently, Kerala boasts of 389 schools with 1100 batches imparting Vocational Higher Secondary Education across 35 revamped courses with updated curricula. Among these schools, 128 operate under private aid, while 261 fall within the government sector.
NSQF Courses: A Bird’s Eye View
The NSQF is a unified framework across India, centred on education and skill levels, allowing individuals to attain specific competencies. It categorizes qualifications into various levels based on knowledge, skills, and aptitude. Ranging from one to ten, these levels outline the essential learning outcomes a learner should experience, irrespective of how they acquired them—be it through formal, non-formal, or informal education.
This comprehensive framework integrates education and competency, paving diverse pathways, both horizontal and vertical. NSQF interlinks vocational education, training, general education, and technical education, establishing connections between different learning levels. This equips individuals in attaining necessary competencies, entering the job market, and returning at a later stage to acquire additional skills for further enhancement.
India officially adopted the NSQF on December 27, 2013, as a nationally recognized framework ensuring skill and quality standards.