Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan has released the SSLC result 2020 Kerala today at 1:35 pm. The result of Kerala SSLC 2020 is available online on results.kite.kerala.gov.in. Kerala SSLC result 2020 time was 2 pm but it was published at 1:35 pm.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020 will be provided through the official website, bseh.org.in. Students will have to enter roll number and other information to check Kerala SSLC Result 2020. Students’ personal details and grading details will be provided through Kerala SSLC Result 2020.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020 Highlights
The total number of students appeared in the examination are __. The exam has been conducted at 2,923 exam centres, which includes 9 centres from Lakshadweep and 9 from the Gulf region.
The overall pass percentage for SSLC result 2020 is 98.82%.
A total of 41,906 students have passed the exam with A+ grade. Out of which, 2736 students belongs to Malappuram district. Last year 37, 334 students have secured A+ grade.
- There is an overall increase of 4572 students who got A+ in all subjects this year, compared to 2019.
Kuttanad is the district with the highest pass percentage with 100%.
Wayanad district has the lowest pass percentage with 95.04%.
Schools with full pass percentage –
– 631 Government school (599 last year)
– 796 Private schools(713 last year)
– 404 unaided schools (391 last year)
- A total number of Private candidates appeared in the examination are 1770. Out of which, 1356 students have passed the exam with overall pass percentage of 76.61%.
- Subjectwise attendance in Kerala SSLC exam:
– Physics – 99.82%
– Chemistry – 99.92%
– Maths – 99.5%
- All the students who qualified the SSLC examination will get admission in Plus 1. The state has 427,975 seats in Plus 1. However, a few numbers of students from CBSE board will also come in.
Schools with full pass percentage
|School type||Number of schools in 2020||Number of schools in 2019|
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Where to check online
Students checking scores online should note that due to heavy traffic the official website will obviously very be slow and not respond. In a bid to avoid server issue, students can check Kerala SSLC Result 2020available on Eduvast’s result dedicated page [results to be available after officially released by the board].
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Instructions to check scores online
- Step 1: Visit official website (keralaresults.nic.in)
- Step 2: Go to the Kerala SSLC Result 2020 option
- Step 3: Enter details like registration number/roll number/pin number and submit
- Step 4: Result will appear on the screen
- Step 5: Download Kerala SSLC Result 2020.
After downloading Kerala SSLC Result 2020, candidates should thoroughly check all the information provided in the scorecard.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020 retrieval guide is mentioned above.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: FAQs
What to do if the official website is not responding?
It is obvious that the official result page will be slow and sluggish due to overloaded servers caused by heavy traffic on result day. To eradicate this problem, Eduvast will be providing the Kerala SSLC Result 2020 on its result page.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Re-checking/ re-evaluation of answer scripts
Candidates, not satisfied with their marks, can apply for Re-checking/ re-evaluation. Students should note that the Re-checking/ re-evaluation date is announced after result declaration.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Supplementary exam
The date of supplementary exam [opening date of application and last date of application] is announced by the Board after result declaration. The supplementary exam will be conducted for students who will score less than pass marks in one or more subjects.
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Highlights
Name of the Exam: Kerala SSLC Exam 2020
Official Website: keralaresults.nic.in
Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Information contained on the report card
- Name of the Conducting Body
- Examination Name
- Roll Number
- Student’s Name
- Aggregate Marks Scored
- Overall Grade
- Status of the Result: Pass or Fail
About Kerala Secondary Education Board
The Kerala Board Of Public Examinations Was Established In 1965, To Regulate And Supervise The System Of Intermediate And Higher Education In The State Of Kerala And To Specify The Courses Of Study And Matters Connected There With Students. It’s Mandate To “Reach The Unreached” In Terms Of Education & Skill, In Kerala Through Private And Regular Mode, In The State With Special Focus On Marginalised Socio-Economic And Religious Sections. As A Government Body, In The Field Of School Education, It Develops Its Own Content And Books, Imparts Education, Corresponding To All Levels Of Formal School System, I.E. From Class I To Class XII. It Also Holds Public Examinations, Followed By Grand Of Certificates For Class X And Class XII.