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Kerala: SSLC results declared, where to check

The results were declared by Education Minister V Sivankutty

sivankutty Kerala Education Minister V Sivankutty | Onmanorama

The results of the Kerala SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) examination held this year were announced at 2 pm Wednesday. Among 4,21,887 students who wrote the regular SSLC exam, 4,19,651 students qualified for higher studies taking the pass percentage for SSLC this year to 99.47 per cent compared to 98.8 per cent last year. 1,21,318 students secured A plus in all subjects as opposed to 41,906 students last year. Among the revenue districts, Kannur secured the highest pass percentage of 99.85 per cent. Among the educational districts, Pala secured the highest pass percentage. Wayanad is the revenue and educational district with the lowest pass percentage of 98.13 per cent. Malappuram district has the highest number of students who secured A plus grade in all subjects.

The results were declared by Education Minister V Sivankutty. The minister congratulated all the students for their hard work and efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Kerala Board of Public Examinations convened a meeting on Tuesday to approve the results. How to check results: The results will be available online from 3 pm. Candidates may access detailed results by entering the registration number in a link on the home page. The results can be checked at the following websites: keralapareekshabhavan, sslcexam kitekeralaprdkerala , resultkerala, examresultskeralakeralanic and sietkerala.

Request for revaluation of papers and photocopy may be submitted from July 17 to July 23. Other results announced The results of THSLC, THSLC (Hearing Impaired), SSLC (Hearing Impaired), and AHSLC exams were also announced. The class 10 and 12 board exams were conducted in April 2021 amid the raging pandemic. As many as 4.12 lakh students appeared for the exam. The State had earlier cancelled the SSLC IT practical examination.

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