The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala has released the results of second year higher secondary equivalency exam 2017 on the official website, the link for which is keralaresults.nic.inThe DHSE Kerala conducted the examination from October 20 to October 22 at various test centres across the state.Steps to check DHSE Kerala Second Year Higher Secondary Equivalency Results 2017:Go to the official website, keralaresults.nic.inClick on the url that reads ‘DHSE SECOND YEAR EQUIVALENCY EXAMINATIION – OCTOBER 2017 Announced on 07.12.2017’Enter your roll number, date of birth in the space providedClick to submitDownload and take print out of the same for future use.About DHSEThe Directorate is envisaged as a central agency of the state government seeking to promote all round development in higher secondary education by establishing appropriate philosophies, adequate institutional network, effective administrative systems and well-qualified and motivated staff necessary to carryout academic and administrative responsibilities.For more details, candidates can visit the official website.Read: Supreme Court directs UP to promote mainstream education for specially abled childrenRead: Sports enthusiasts in schools to get financial aid by Delhi governmentFor more updates, follow India Today Education or you can write to us at [email protected]
November 15, 1989: A teenager from Mumbai forever changed world cricket. When Sachin Tendulkar took guard to face up to the likes of Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Imran Khan, there were murmurs of the incredible talent the 16-year-old Indian batsman possessed.He was out for 15 in the first innings on his Test debut and did not even get to bat in the second as India drew the Karachi Test against Pakistan.Days later, in Faisalabad Tendulkar showed why Sunil Gavaskar and the rest of the Mumbai cricket fraternity thought so highly of him. His 59 was a result of unwavering focus, grit and courage. Tendulkar eventually fell to Imran Khan but the young lad had taken his first step towards greatness.Nine months later in Manchester, Tendulkar convinced the world he was there to stay. A special 68 was followed up by an unbeaten 119 – the first of 100 international hundreds.Also read – Whenever I see Team India play, I feel happy with our performance: Sachin TendulkarThat knock heralded the start of a new era. Indian cricket, world cricket would never be the same again. There was no limit to what the pocket-sized dynamite could achieve. Soon enough, Tendulkar showed he had a wide range of shots and he was happy to improvise, learn and destroy.Hundreds in Australia and South Africa further affirmed Tendulkar’s prowess and the world over, bowlers were starting to take notice.Ironically, Tendulkar’s ODI career did not get off to a great start. He was dismissed for ducks in his first two innings and had to wait for five years before his maiden ODI hundred – a fluent 110 against Australia. Over the next decade, Tendulkar would go on to break and set several batting records, some of which might never be broken (by anyone else other than Virat Kohli).advertisementAlso read – Shane Warne reveals how ‘jealous people’ tried to turn him against Sachin TendulkarSachin Tendulkar defined a new generation of Indians in the 1990s – polite, respectful and hard-working. There was nothing brash about Tendulkar despite his success. He was feted the world over. Even his rivals became fans. Time would stop when Sachin Tendulkar batted.A 100 international hundreds, the first man to score an ODI double hundred, 200 Tests, 34357 international runs.. Sachin Tendulkar is the don of batsmen.In the twilight of his career, Tendulkar got what he wanted more than anything else – the World Cup. Led by an exuberant MS Dhoni, India defeated Sri Lanka at the Master Blaster’s home ground to become world champions for the second time.A little over two years later, Tendulkar brought down the curtain on a career that gave happiness to billions.Watch – Sehwag feels Kohli can break all records except Tendulkar’s 200 TestsIt was on this day in 2013 that Tendulkar played his last knock for India – a classy 74 against the West Indies. A hundred was for the taking but perhaps, even the great man was a little too overawed by the moment. Bidding goodbye to one of the all-time greatest wasn’t easy.And it was not easy for Tendulkar either. There were tears. The great man was overwhelmed by emotions when he addressed the crowd and his teammates the next day after India had wrapped up a series win over the West Indies.Rohit Sharma and Mohammed Shami had made spectacular debuts but it was more important to say goodbye to India’s greatest cricketer as chants of Sachin, Sachin rang around the Wankhede Stadium for one final time.