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Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Kerala Board To Release Class 10 Results at 2 pm

Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Kerala Board to Release SSLC Results (Class 10) today online at 2 pm on official website keralapareekshabhavan.in. Over 4.20 lakh students had registered for class 10 examinations in Kerala. The Board officials will publish the Kerala 10th Board result 2020 online at six official sites to ensure that it is available to all the students without any loss of time. Here are the websites below:

keralapareekshabhavan.in

sslcexam.kerala.gov.in

results.kite.kerala.gov.in

keralaresults.nic.in

prd.kerala.gov.in

sietkerala.gov.in

SSLC (Hearing Impaired) sslchiexam.kerala.gov.in

THSLC thsslcexam.kerala.gov.in

THSLC (HI) thsslchiexam.kerala.gov.in

AHSLC ahslcexam.kerala.gov.in

The Class 10 result will also be available on ‘Saphalam’ app, available on Google Play Store. The result will be declared in a press conference. Students keep their admit cards handy. The result of THSLC (hearing impaired) and Art High School Leaving Certificate Examination (AHSLC) will also be released. Students can also check on the Android app ‘PRD Live’ for results.

Kerala SSLC exams were to conclude in March but a few papers got postponed due to the corona-virus outbreak across the country. The postponed papers were later held from May 26 to May 30, 2020, where 13 lakh students of class 10, 11, and 12 appeared for the examinations which were held under strict COVID 19 protocol, maintaining the social distancing guidelines.

Student needs to score 35 marks out of 100 who appeared for Kerala SSLC board exam 2020 in each subject to pass the examination. For subjects having different papers for theory and practice, students will have to pass both sections separately.

The Kerala SSLC result 2020 is based on 9 point grading system with the least being 1 and highest grade value being 9. The grading is done in a 9 point scale: A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, E. Students who attained grade D or below have to appear for the Save A Year exam or SAY.

Bhavana N Sivadas had topped the Kerala SSLS 2019 exam, after securing 99.8 per cent. The overall pass percentage was a quite high standing at 97.84 per cent, the previous year with 98.11 per cent students had qualified SSLC exam 2019.

Educational institutions will remain closed till July 31, 2020, as per the new guideline released by the Home Ministry on June 29, 2020.

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