Kerala SSLC results 2020 are available now. Prof. C. Raveendranath, the Minister of Education, Kerala announced the results on a press meet at Thiruvananthapuram. This year, the overall pass percentage in the Kerala SSLC exam was at 98.82 percentage. Students from Kerala state can now get their results from the official websites given below.
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Official Websites to get Kerala SSLC Results 2020
41,906 students got full A+, 4,572 more students acquired this glory compared to last year. 1837 schools secured 100% pass percentage. A total of 1170 private candidates had appeared for the SSLC examiantion and the pass percentage recorded at 76.61%. With an overall pass percentage of 99.71, the Pathanmthitta district is the top performing district in the Kerala SSLC 2020 exam. While, Wayanad district has the lowest pass percentage at 95.04 percent. Kuttanad educational district got most pass percentage (100%) and Wayanad educational district got least pass percentage (95.04%).
How to check Kerala SSLC Results 2020
Step1:Go to the official websites given abow.
Step 2: Enter the roll number and date of birth and press submit
Step 3: The Kerala SSLC result 2020 will be displayed on the screen.
Students can take a printout of the result for the further reference but the official marksheet must be obtained from the school itself.
Kerala SSLC Results 2020 through SMS and Mobile App
Students may also check their result through SMS by composing this message KERALA10<REGISTRATION NUMBER> and send it to 56263. Students can check the result through the Kerala Education Department's official app 'Saphalam', which can be downloaded easily from Google Play store. The link to download this app is given below.
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.