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Kerala SSLC Result 2020 Live Updates: Kerala Class 10 Results to be announced soon; to be available at KITE portal & Saphalam – Times of India


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NEW DELHI: Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan will release the Kerala SSLC result 2020 soon on its official website. The results will be announced by Kerala education minister C Ravindranath around 2.00 pm today i.e., June 30, 2020.

The Kerala SSLC results will be made accessible on
the cloud-based portal of KITE — results.kite.kerala.gov.in and Saphalam app. The
results will also be available on the following websites — keralaresults.nic.in, kerala.gov.in, prd.kerala.gov.in.

The results of THSLC, SSLC (H.I), THSLC (H.I), AHSLC
exams will also be released along with SSLC results. THSLC exam results will be made accessible on the official portal of THSLC — thslcexam.kerala.gov.in. The AHSLC results will be released on ahslcexam.kerala.gov.in.

Kerala SSLC examinations commenced on March 10, 2020, with First Language Paper -I. The exams were conducted from 9.45 am at various centres across the state. 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.

This year, over four lakh candidates had registered for the Kerala SSLC examination.

Check out the latest news and updates on Kerala SSLC result 2020 on The Times of India.

Kerala SSLC Result 2020: Live Updates

01.22 pm: Students are advised to keep their hall ticket number ready to check their Kerala SSLC result 2020.

01.13 pm: The Kerala SSLC result 2020 can be obtained from KITE website, Saphalam app, or from any of the following websites.

  • keralapareekshabhavan.in
  • results.kerala.nic.in
  • keralaresults.nic.in
  • kerala.gov.in
  • prd.kerala.gov.in
  • results.itschool.gov.in

01:06 pm: The Kerala SSLC results 2020 will be announced in an hour.

12.56 pm: The overall pass percentage of Kerala SSLC examination 2019 recorded at 98.11. The pass percentage of Kerals SSLC result 2018 was 97.84%.

12.46 pm: In 2019, the SSLC results were declared on May 6. Last year, 4.3 lakh candidates had appeared for the examination.

12.43 pm: A+ is the top grade which means the score can be up to 100%. The grade A stands for percentage between 80 to 89, B+ (70% to 79%), B (60% to 69%), C+ (50% to 59%), C (40% to 49%), and D+ (30% to 39%), D (20% to 29%), E is below 20%.

12.29 pm: Kerala grade system is a nine point-based grades — A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, E. Students are required to score D+ or above to get qualified for higher studies. Students who score Grade D or E can appear for the supplementary examination and improve their grades.

12.21 pm: Kerala state board had done away with the rank system more than a decade ago as it opted for the grade system.

12.15 pm: Students are advised to download Saphalam app or PRD live in advance to avoid the last minute rush and spike in data traffic.

12.10 pm: Papers are valued at centralised valuation centres under strict vigil and all activities with regard to the evaluation of booklets, including the collation of data and feeding of the same into the computer network are done from the evaluation centres.

12.01 pm: Over 4.8 lakh students who have attended this year’s SSLC examinations are awaiting for the Kerala SSLC results.

11.45 am: The results would be announced by the minister and it would be immediately available on online platforms thereafter.

11.35 am: Along with education minister C Raveendranath, general education secretary A Shajahan, director of general education Jeevan Babu are expected to address the press at 2 pm

11.21 am: Apart from the Saphalam Mobile App and www.result.kite.kerala.gov.in, the results would be available on several other governmental websites and Mobile Apps, including PRD Live, which can be downloaded from google play store and App store.

11.01 am: The Kerala SSLC results will be declared by education minister.

10.54 am: Students maintained social distancing, ensured hygiene and wore masks as well while appearing for the exams. Students underwent thermal screening at the entry point of the examination centre.

10.38 am: Along with SSLC result, THSLC, and SSLC (H.I), THSLC (H.I), AHSLC results will also be announced today. THSLC and AHSLC results can be obtained from — thslcexam.kerala.gov.in and ahslcexam.kerala.gov.in — websites respectively.

10.24 am: The results will also be released through ‘Saphalam app’

10:15 am: The Kerala SSLC results will be made available on the portal of KITE — results.kite.kerala.gov.in.

10.07 am: This year, more than four lakh students had appeared for Kerala SSLC examination

10.05 am: The result will be released by 2 pm on the official website of the Board.

10.03 am: The Kerala education minister C. Ravindranath will announce Kerala SSLC result 2020 today.


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