NEW DELHI: Kerala education minister C Ravindranath on Tuesday announced the SSLC results.
on various website including — keralaresults.nic.in.
The Kerala SSLC result has also been made accessible on
the cloud-based portal of KITE — results.kite.kerala.gov.in and Saphalam app. The
results will also be available on the following websites — keralaresults.nic.in, kerala.gov.in, prd.kerala.gov.in.
The results of THSLC, SSLC (H.I), THSLC (H.I), AHSLC
THSLC exam results are made accessible on the official portal of THSLC — thslcexam.kerala.gov.in. The AHSLC result has been released on ahslcexam.kerala.gov.in.
Kerala SSLC examinations commenced on March 10, 2020, with First Language Paper -I. The exams were conducted from 9.45 am at various centres across the state. The Kerala SSLC exams which were scheduled from March 24 till 26, had to be postponed due to the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown.
Later, the pending examinations (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry) resumed on May 26 and concluded on May 28, 2020. The Kerala education board conducted the examinations by following health safety standards strictly. Students who appeared for the examinations wore masks and followed social distancing norms. The Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) plied an additional 343 services for students.
This year, over four lakh candidates had registered for the Kerala SSLC examination. After the LDF government launched the general education protection mission, there has been a palpable increase in the number students taking admission to government and aided schools in the state.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Live Updates
The overall pass percentage of Physics paper is 99.82, Chemistry and Maths recorded 99.92 and 99.5 percent respectively.
02.31 pm: “We want you to know that we are proud of you, and it is irrespective of your grades. You have taken these exams during a difficult time; which itself makes all of you winners. This “generation hope” will lead the change for a better future.,” CM tweeted.
SSLC exam results have been announced. More than 4 lakhs students have attended this year’s exam, which was conduct… https://t.co/8YmRVbAaO2
— Pinarayi Vijayan (@vijayanpinarayi) 1593507370000
02.26 pm: “SSLC exam results have been announced. More than 4 lakhs students have attended this year’s exam, which was conducted in the backdrop of the pandemic. We congratulate all the winners. More importantly, we urge all students to take these results in good spirits,” tweeted chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan.
02.24 pm: There are enough plus one seats available in Kerala, says minister.
02.22 pm: Revenue district with least pass percentage is Wayanad and the pass percentage is 95.04 %.
02.20 pm: 1837 schools have bagged 100% pass percentage.
02: 19 pm: The pass percentage of Pathanamthitta recorded at 99.7%.
02.17 pm: Pathanamthitta is the revenue district from where the maximum number of students become eligible for higher studies.
02.14 pm: A total of 1170 private candidates had appeared for the SSLC examiantion and the pass percentage recorded at 76.61%.
02:13 pm: The minister said that there were no moderation in the evaluation.
02.11 pm: A total of 41,906 students have bagged A+ for all the subject. Last year, it was 37,334. This there is an increase of 4572.
02.10 pm: Compared to last year, there is slight improvement of .71% in the overall pass percentage.
02.04 pm: The overall pass percentage of Kerala SSLC result 2020 recorded at 98.82 % .
02.02 pm: Kerala SSLC result 2020 announced by Kerala education minister C Ravindranath.
01.59 pm: Kerala education minister C Ravindranath will soon declare the Kerala SSLC result. Press conference has begun.
01.55 pm: The direct link to check Kerala SSLC results is now available at keralaresults.nic.in. Students will be able to check their results after 2 pm.
01.51 pm: The Kerala SSLC result 2020 will be declared in a while. Candidates can check results from the direct link provided above after 2.00 pm.
01.40 pm: The Saphalam app will provide the Kerala SSLC result analysis in the analysis.
01.33 pm: It should be noted that students need to enter their Kerala SSLC hall ticket number to obtain their results.
01.22 pm: Students are advised to keep their hall ticket number ready to check their Kerala SSLC result 2020.
01.13 pm: The Kerala SSLC result 2020 can be obtained from KITE website, Saphalam app, or from any of the following websites.
01:06 pm: The Kerala SSLC results 2020 will be announced in an hour.
The overall pass percentage of Kerala SSLC examination 2019 recorded at 98.11. The pass percentage of Kerals SSLC result 2018 was 97.84%.
12.46 pm: In 2019, the SSLC results were declared on May 6. Last year, 4.3 lakh candidates had appeared for the examination.
12.43 pm: A+ is the top grade which means the score can be up to 100%. The grade A stands for percentage between 80 to 89, B+ (70% to 79%), B (60% to 69%), C+ (50% to 59%), C (40% to 49%), and D+ (30% to 39%), D (20% to 29%),