The Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala will be announcing the class 10 SSLC result very soon. However, a majority of reports suggest that the results are going to be released on June 15 (Wednesday). As and when the results are declared, students will be able to check the same from keralaresults.nic.in. Previously, Minister V Sivankutty had mentioned that the Kerala SSLC result 2022 will be announced by June 15 while the Plus Two results are going to be out by June 20.
Despite that, there have been reports which also suggest that the Kerala SSLC result 2022 is going to be released tomorrow, i.e. June 10. However, it seems to be an unlikely case now. This year, a total of 4.26 lakh students had appeared for the Kerala SSLC exams. The exams were conducted between March 31 and April 29, 2022. Likewise, the DHSE Plus Two exams took place from March 30 to April 22, 2022 for which nearly 4 lakh students had appeared. For the smooth conduct of the exams, a total of 2943 centres had been set up.
Where to check?
DHSE Kerala will be releasing the SSLC result on sites like keralaresults.nic.in, dhsekerala.gov.in, etc. Students can check their results using roll numbers and date of birth. After entering these details, the result will appear on the screen. Students have to check the same and then take a printout for future reference. Although the exact time for declaring the Kerala SSLC result 2022 has not been announced, it is expected that the results will tentatively be out at 9 AM. However, it is advised to keep an eye on the official websites for all updates.
Last year, the Kerala SSLC result saw a pass percentage of 99.47%. A total of 4,22,226 students from the state board and 990 students from the private schools had appeared for the exams. Soon after the declaration of the results, it was found that 1,21,318 students had secured A+ in all subjects.
This year, a total of 1,91,787 students had written their Kerala SSLC exams in Malayalam while 2,31,604 students took the exams in English. Similarly, 2151 students wrote their exams in Tamil and 1457 students took the exam in Kannada. It is expected that the results this year will be on the higher side. Students, after appearing for the exams, commented that the difficulty level of the questions was much lower.