Kerala SSLC 10th 2020 Results (Announced): Check SSLC Result Online Here, via Mobile App or SMS

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Department of Higher Secondary (DHSE), Kerala announced SSLC 10th Results 2020 by 2 pm today, that is 30 June 2020. This year, over 4,22,250 regular and 1764 private students appeared for Kerala SSLC Board examinations for Class 10 across 2945 state-based centres and 9 in Lakshadweep and Gulf, each. About 98.82% of students successfully cleared the exams. 

Click Here for Kerala SSLC/ 10th Result

  • Results are available online from the Kerala SSLC Examination Board official website
  • Kerala Government has also facilitated a mobile applications ‘PRD Live’ and ‘Saphalam’ to check SSLC 2020 Results.
  • For a passing grade, students need to secure 35% in all subjects separately in practical and theory papers. 
Kerala SSLC

Earlier, a press release by Director and Exam Commissioner, General Education, Kerala stated, “SSLC/THSLC/SSLC (HI) /THSLC (SI)/AHSLC results will be declared on June 30. Higher Secondary/Vocational Higher Secondary results will be declared before July 10.”

Further updates from DHSE suggests Higher Secondary Examinations results will be out by July 10.

Kerala SSLC/ 10th Results 2020: Key Highlights

Examination

Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination (Kerala SSLC)

Conducting Body

Kerala SSLC Board

Official Website

http://keralapareekshabhavan.in/

Result Declaration Date & Time

30 June 2020 (2 PM onwards)

Examination Level

State-Level Secondary 

Students Appeared

4.22 Lakh

SSLC Result Mobile Application

Saphalam, PRD Live

Result Links

  • keralapareekshabhavan.in
  • keralaresults.nic.in
  • kerala.gov.in
  • Results.itschool.gov.in
  • Cdit.org
  • Sslcexam.kerala.gov.in
  • Results.kite.kerala.gov.in
  • education.kerala.gov.in

Other Result Links

Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Grading System

  • Kerala SSLC results in 2020 is based on a 9-point grading system. 
  • Grading will be provided on a 9-point scale marked as A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, E.
  • Students who obtain a grade D or less are required to re-appear for the compartment exam 'Save A Year' exam in Kerala.
  • For a pass, students have to score 35% (that is, 35 out of 100 marks) individually for theory and practical sections of every subject.

Kerala SSLC Results 2020: How to Check Online?

To check SSLC results online, follow these steps:

  1. Reach out the official website of Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan
  2. On the homepage, from Result tab click on SSLC
  3. On the new page, enter roll number and click on Submit button
  4. As the result appears, download it for future reference

Note: Students checking results over other result links need to follow a similar procedure. 

Kerala SSLC Results 2020: How to Check Results via SMS?

While checking results, the online portal may stop responding. To check SSLC results via SMS, follow these steps:

  1. Type KERALA10<REGISTRATION NUMBER>
  2. Send it to 56236

Kerala SSLC Results 2020: How to Check Results Via Mobile App

To check SSLC Results 2020 from the mobile application ‘Saphalam’ follow the below-mentioned steps:

  1. Go to Google Play store from your mobile phone
  2. Check for Saphalam app
  3. Download and install it using SSLC Roll Number
  4. Check your results once they are announced by 2 pm

This application will provide detailed information on SSLC 10th results along with analysis on SSLC 2020 results. 

Kerala SSLC Results 2020: Details

  • SSLC examination was scheduled to be held between March 10-26, however, due to nationwide lockdown, it was postponed till May. 
  • The postponed papers of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics were held between May 26-30 for Classes 10, 11 and 12. About 13 lakh students appeared in the exams.
  • In 2019, SSLC examinations ended in March and the results were out on 6 May, contrary to this year, as exams concluded on May 30, 2020.
  • Last year also saw a pass percentage of 97.84% with topper Bhavana N Sivadas scoring 99.8%. 

Students are advised not to panic and try to refresh the Kerala Board's official page if it takes time to load or crashes due to heavy traffic soon after the announcement of Kerala SSLC result 2020.