Updated: July 14, 2021 5:01:21 pm
The Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala announced the results for SSLC examination today at July 14. Registered students can check their results on the official websites — keralapareekshabhavan.in; sslcexam.kerala.gov.in; results.kite.kerala.gov.in; prd.kerala.gov.in; result.kerala.gov.in; examresults.kerala.gov.in; results.kerala.nic.in; sietkerala.gov.in. Students are advised to check the site regularly to stay updated regarding the result notifications.
A total 422,226 of students have appeared for the exam the pass percentage is 99.47 this year. As many as 12,791 teachers were involved in evaluation. The number of students who got A+ in all subjects is 1,21,318. Last year, it was 41,906. The district with highest pass percentage – is Kannur with 99.85% and the district with least pass percentage – Wayanad at 98.13%.
The evaluation process for Kerala SSLC (class 10) papers began on June 7. The state government has also cancelled the practical exams for SSLC students this year due to the spike in the number of COVID-19 cases. The HSC, VHSC practical exams were held from June 21 to July 7. The IT practical exams for SSLC students were not conducted this year. All teachers who carried out the evaluation were fully vaccinated. A total of 4,22,226 regular students and 990 private candidates appeared for the SSLC examinations.
To check the result for SSLC exams of 2021, visit the official site keralaresults.nic.in. Click on the DHSE SSLC class 10 result tab. Enter the necessary credentials to get the result. Download and take a printout of the result for further reference.
Of the 4.22 lakh students who appeared for the SSLC class 10 exams of the year 2020, 98.82 per cent have passed, making it the highest pass percentage in five years. A total of 1,837 schools in the state got 100 per cent result or all students from these schools passed the exams. Of these, 637 schools were government-affiliated.
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