Kerala 10th Board Examination SSLC result is expected to be announced on 30th June 2020 (Tuesday) by education minister Sri. C Raveendranath. The press conference is scheduled to be held on 2.00 PM and the result will be immediately available for students through the following modes.
SSLC Result on PRD Live App
SSLC Result 2020 will be available on the PRD Live App. You can download the app from the playstore using the link below.
How to get the results
Enter your register number in the ‘SSLC result’ link in the app homepage
Why PRD Live App is the best way to get the result ?
PRDLive App is having the autoscaling feature to manage the increased traffic, so you can get the result without any delay or errors.
SSLC Result on SAPHALAM App
SSLC Result 2020 will also be available on SAPHALAM 2020 App developed by kite. The app will also feature a detailed “Result Analysis’ which analyse the SSLC result in School, Educational District and State-wide performance.
SSLC result on websites
The following websites will also bring out SSLC results. Visit the sites by clicking on the respective links
SSLC Result Checking and Scorecard
On the app/ website selected, you need to enter your register number along with date of birth. The detailed scorecard showing marks for each subject viz- First Language Paper I , First Language Paper II, English, Hindi, Social Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Information Technology and Grace marks if any, will be displayed in the scorecard along with personal details like Name of Candidate, Guardian Name, Date of Birth, Sex ,Caste and Category
A sample scorecard is available below for your referance
You can check and calculate the marks in the scorecard using the table given below.
Grading System for Kerala SSLC, What Each grade means ?
Kerala Education Department is using the 9-point absolute grading system for SSLC results. You can convert your grades to marks based on the table below.
|Grade||Range||Grade Value||Grade Position|
|A+||90 – Up to 100%||9||Outstanding|
|A||80 – Up to 89%||8||Excellent|
|B+||70 – Up to 79%||7||Very Good|
|B||60 – Up to 69%||6||Good|
|C+||50 – Up to 59%||5||Above Average|
|C||40 – Up to 49%||4||Average|
|D+||30 – Up to 39%||3||Marginal|
|D||20 – Up to 29%||2||Need Improvement|
|E||Below 20%||1||Need Improvement|
Abbreviations in the Result column of the scorecard
- EHS – Eligible for Higher Studies (Passed)
- NHS – Not Eligible for Higher Studies (Failed)
- RAL – Result Announced Later
SSLC Examination Previous year pass Percentage
Each year more than four lakh students appear for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination. The overall pass percentage is expected to be more than 95%. The table below describes the total number of students and pass percentage over the last 5 years
|Year of Exam||Number of Students Appeared||Overall Pass %|
SAY Examination 2020
Candidates who have not secured minimum grade for higher studies in the SSLC Examination, March 2008 (New Scheme) are eligible for appearing “Say” Examination. Notification regarding this examination will be issued in due course.
Photocopy, Scrutiny and Revaluation of valued answer scripts
If the expected marks are not scored, studednts have an option to scrutinise the marks or revaluate the entire paper. Online applications for the same should be submitted at www.keralapareekshabhavan.in. This facility will be available for all subjects except IT. The detailed instructions will be announced later.