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Kerala SSLC Class 10th result released. Know how to check result here!

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Kerala Board has released results for THSLC, SSLC(H.I), THSLC(H.I), and AHSLC  on its official website.
As per the notification the result was released today on 30th June 2020 at 2 pm.

As per the reports, Kerala Board will also be releasing the result for higher secondary and vocational secondary exam results before 10th July 2020 on its official website i.e. kbpe.org

C Raveendranath, Education minister of Kerala has announced the results at 2pm in a press conference.

Around 4 lakh students have appeared for the Kerala Board Class 10th examination this year.

Last year Kerala Class 10th examination 2019 result was released on 6th May 2019.

Pass percentage last year was 97.84% and the topper was Bhavana N. Sivadas who secured 99.8% marks.

All these examinations were earlier scheduled in March 2020 but due to increasing COVID cases and National lockdown all the examinations were postponed and then later conducted between 26th May 2020 to 30th May 2020.

Direct link to check KERALA SSLC 2020 result. 

STEPS TO CHECK RESULTS FOR KERALA SSLC 2020: (ONLINE)

1)  Visit the official website i.e. kbpe.org
2) On the home page, click on the Result link.
3) A new page will open, fill in the required credentials.
4) Your Kerala SSLC 2020 result will appear on the screen.
5) Download and print the result for future reference.

STEPS TO CHECK RESULTS FOR KERALA SSLC 2020: (VIA SMS)

SMS- KERALA10<SPACE>REGISTRATION NUMBER and send it to 56263

ALTERNATIVE LINKS TO CHECK RESULTS FOR KERALA SSLC 2020:

1) keralapareekshabahavan.in
2) sslcexam.kerala.gov.in
3) results.kite.kerala.gov.in
4) results.kerala.nic.in
5) prd.kerala.gov.in

STEPS TO CHECK RESULTS FOR KERALA SSLC 2020: (VIA MOBILE APP)

Candidates can also download the official mobile App “Saphalam” from the Play/App Store to check their results.

VERIFICATION:

Students can also apply for verification if they want to if they expect more marks. In this only, the totaling of the marks would be done again.

For the same, the candidate has to submit a form to Departmental Secretary, Kerala Board along with the verification fee per subject.

RE-EVALUATION:

Students can apply for the re-evaluation where the answer sheets will be checked again, which may result in an increase or decrease of marks.

For the same students have to submit the re-evaluation form to the Departmental Secretary, Kerala Board along with the nominal fee per subject.

SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATION:

Students who fail to pass in one (or more) subjects will be given a chance to save their year by appearing for that examination again. Students need at least 35% in each subject to pass the examination. If any student scores below the required percentage, he/she will be given a second chance to appear for that subject. The dates for the compartment will soon be shared after the results are released.

GRADING SYSTEM:

MARKS GRADE
75% or above Distinction
60% or 74% First Division
45% to 59% Second Division
35% to 44% Pass Grade
34% or below Failed

 

 

UPDATED ON 13TH MAY 2020.

Kerala Education Department has released new dates for SSLC, Plus one and Plus Two examination. As per the notification released examination will be held from 26th May 2020 to 30th May 2020.

Schedule for SSLC exam is as follows:

Mathematics: 26th May 2020

Chemistry: 27th May 2020

Physics: 28th May 2020

Schedule for Plus One exam is as follows:

Entrepreneurship Development: 26th May 2020

Music/Accountancy/Geography/Social work/Sanskrit Sahithya: 27th May 2020

Economics: 28th May 2020

Schedule for Plus Two Exam is as follows:

Entrepreneurship Development: 26th May 2020

Biology/Geology/Sanskrit Shastra/Electronics/Communicative English/Statistics/Part III Languages: 27th May 2020

Business Studies/PsychologyElectronic Service Technology/Electronic Systems: 28th May 2020

History/Islamic History and Culture/Computer Application/Home Science/Computer Science: 29th May 2020

Mathematics/Political Science/Journalism: 30th May 2020.

Earlier the examinations had begun on 10th March 2020 but due to lock down all the examinations were postponed until further notice.

The evaluation process for the papers has already begun from today i.e. 13th May 2020.


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