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Kerala SSLC 10th Result 2020 released at keralaresults.nic.in, results.itschool.gov.in

DHSE Kerala Board SSLC 10th Result 2020 Date and Time: Around 4.22 lakh students who had appeared for the exam can check the result on the official website- kerala.gov.in, keralaresults.nic.in, results.itschool.gov.in, cdit.org, prd.kerala.gov.in, results.nic.in, educationkerala.gov.in.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 30, 2020 3:04:20 pm
Kerala SSLC 10th Result 2020: Around 4.22 lakh students had appeared for the exams. (File Photo)

DHSE Kerala SSLC 10th Result 2020 date: The Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala declared the SSLC exams results on June 30 at 2 pm. This year’s pass percentage is 98.82 and a total of 4,17,101 students have qualified the SSLC exam. As many as 41,096 students have got A+ in all subjects. A total of 1,837 schools have scored 100 per cent result of which 637 are government schools. The pass percentage is highest in the five years.

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Students can check the result on the board’s official website – keralaresults.nic.in. The SSLC result is also available on various other websites kerala.gov.in, results.itschool.gov.in, cdit.org, prd.kerala.gov.in, results.nic.in and educationkerala.gov.in.

Read | How to check Kerala SSLC result 2020

Nearly 4.22 lakh students had appeared for the exams, which were initially scheduled to be held from March 10 till March 26. However, the board failed to conduct the physics, chemistry and mathematics exams due to Covid-19 induced lockdown and it was later conducted in May in guidance of proper social distancing protocols.

The results will also be available at their the education board’s official app Saphalam which is available on Google Play. Last year, as many as 4,31,762 qualified the exam and the overall pass percentage was at 97.84 which was nearly 2 per cent higher than the previous year’s 95.98.

To pass the exam, the candidates need to obtain a minimum 35 per cent marks in each subject. This means for 100 marks exam, at least 35 marks will be needed. For subjects having different exams for practical and theory, students will have to pass both sections separately. For more updates, click here.

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