Kerala SSLC Results: 98.82% qualify, 41,906 secure full A+ | Check your result here

Kerala SSLC results to be announced today at 2pm. Here's how to check results
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Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination results were declared at 2pm on Tuesday along with the Technical Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (THSLC) and Art High School Leaving Certificate (AHSLC) results.

98.82 per cent passed in the regular SSLC examination this year, Minister of Education C Raveendranath said while announcing the results. 4,17,101 passed the Class 10 examination this year. This is 0.71 per cent higher than last year and a record pass percentage.

41,906 students secured A plus in all subjects. 1,837 schools (aided-796, government- 637) have secured 100 per cent victory.

Kuttanad educational district secured 100 per cent pass percentage. The maximum number of students with A plus grade is in Malappuram district.

Among the revenue districts, Pathanamthitta district secured the best results (99.71 per cent) and Wayanad the least.

No moderation was awarded in this time's examinations, the Minister said.

The results are available at results.kite.kerala.gov.in and prd.kerala.gov.in.

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Results through PRD Live app

This year's SSLC results will also be made available in 'PRD Live' app, the official mobile app of Public Relations Department.

The results will be available online immediately after the official declaration of the results.

Candidates may access detailed results by entering the registration number in a link on the home page. The PRD app may be dowloaded from Google Play Store and App Store.

The app which posts data through cloud computing uses auto scaling technology, which expands the bandwidth according to the traffic. Last year over 41 lakh candidates accessed the results through PRD app.

Though the examinations began on March 10, they were stopped on March 19 following the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The exams were later resumed from May 26 to May 30.

Higher Secondary and Vocational Higher Secondary examination results will be declared on July 10.

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