Kerala SSLC 10th Result 2021 Declared: Check grades at Saphalam app, KITE website
DHSE Kerala SSLC 10th Result 2021: The Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala declared the SSLC or class 10 board exam results 2021 today. Students can check their results on the official websites — keralapareekshabhavan.in; sslcexam.kerala.gov.in; results.kite.kerala.gov.in; prd.kerala.gov.in; result.kerala.gov.in; examresults.kerala.gov.in; results.kerala.nic.in; sietkerala.gov.in.
Alternatively, the results can also be checked through mobile app — Saphalam.
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A total number of 422,226 students appeared in the SSLC exam while 12,791 teachers were involved in the evaluation. Number of students who got A+ in all subjects is 1,21,318. Revenue district with highest pass percentage is Kannur with 99.85% whereas district with least pass percentage is Wayanad with 98.13%.
The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exams were conducted in April this year. Over four lakh students appeared in the SSLC exams. The state government cancelled the practical exams for SSLC students this year due to the spike in the number of COVID-19 cases.
The evaluation process for Kerala SSLC (class 10) papers began on June 7 and was concluded by June 25. The state government canceled the practical exams for SSLC students this year due to the spike in the number of COVID-19 cases.
DHSE Kerala SSLC result 2021: When and where to check?
To check the result for SSLC exams of 2021, visit the official site keralaresults.nic.in Click on the DHSE SSLC class 10 result tab. Enter the necessary credentials to get the result. Download and take a printout of the result for further reference.
In case students are not able to check their results through the website, they can check it through an app on the Google play store named ‘Saphalam’. Students are supposed to download the app, enter their mobile number. Enter roll number/roll code and verification code. The result will appear after submitting the required details.
Last year, students had to obtain at least a minimum of 35 per cent marks in each subject. This means for 100 marks exam, at least 35 marks were needed. For subjects having different exams for practical and theory, students had to pass both sections separately. Last year, a total of 41,906 students got A+ grade in all subjects. This was an increase from 2019 when 37,334 students scored A+