Kerala Pareeksha Bhawan has declare class 10th SSLC results 2020 on June 30. Students can check their result online at keralaresults.nic.in, keralapareekshabhavan.in, sslcexam.kerala.gov.in, results.kite.kerala.gov.in, results.kerala.nic.in or prd.kerala.gov.in. Alogn with the SSLC, the board has also published the result for THSLC exam 2020.
This year, more than 4 lakh students appeared for Kerala SSLC examination 2020. Out of these many students, a total of 98.2% students have passed the examination. Education minister C Raveendranath declared class 10th result in a press conference. This year, there is an increase of 0.71 in pass percentage from last year which was 98.11. Out of the 4 lakh students, a total of 41, 906 students have got A plus grade in Kerala SSLC Result 2020.
A total of 1837 school have got 100% pass percent which means that all students of these schools have passed the Kerala SSLC exam. Moreover, all students of 657 schools in state have got A plus grade in the Kerala DHSE SSLC exam 2020. As for Gulf centres, 99% students have passed the exams.
The name of Kerala SSLC topper 2020 will also be announced soon. In the year 2019, Bhavana N. Sivadas had scored 99.8 percent to become the state topper.
To check the result, visit the official website and then click on the relevant link for checking the result. Next, the students will need to login using the registration number and then click on the ‘submit’ button. After this, the result will appear on the screen. Other than this, the board has also released Kerala SSLC school wise result. To check the school wise result, students will need to enter their school code in the provided space after which the result will appear on the screen.
Kerala Pareeksha Bhawan gives grade to the students based on their performance in the examination. To get an ‘A’ grade, students will need to obtain marks between 90-100 whereas for the marks range 0-29, then students will get an “E” grade. In order to be declared as qualified, 35 percent marks are needed by the students. This means that for 100 marks exam, students will need to obtain at least 35 marks. Furthermore, for subjects having different exams for practical and theory, students will have to pass both sections separately.
Initially, the SSLC examinations were scheduled to be held from March 10 till March 26. However, due to Covid-19 induced lockdown, the board failed to conduct the physics, chemistry and mathematics exams and it was later conducted in May in guidance of proper social distancing protocols.