Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Board Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Examination results are out. A whopping 99.26% i.e. 4,23,303 of the 4,26,469 students who sat for the important Class 10 final exam qualified for graduate school.
Among the districts, Kannur leads in pass percentage with 99.76%. Wayanad trailed the other 13 districts with 98.07%.
Meanwhile, Pala Education District came first in pass percentage with 99.94%. Attingal School District trailed with 97.98%.
The highest number of full A-pluses – 3,024 – were reported in Malappuram district. Statewide, 44,363 students earned A+ grades in all subjects. It was 1,25,509 last year.
A total of 2,134 schools reported 100% success.
Kerala General Education Minister V Sivankutty announced the results at the Secretariat Public Relations Chamber on Wednesday afternoon.
SSLC exams were held from March 31 to April 29 at 2,962 centers.
The overall pass rate last year was 99.47%.
How to check the results
Results will be available on the official PRD Live and Saphalam 2022 websites/apps from 4 p.m.
The results can also be accessed through the websites: www.prd.kerala.gov.in, result.kerala.gov.in, examresults.kerala.gov.in, https://pareekshabhavan.kerala.gov.in, https: //sslcexam.kerala.gov.in and https://results.kite.kerala.gov.in.
Live PRD App
Enter the registry number in the link on the home page to get the detailed results. PRD Live, which is the official mobile application of the Information & Public Relations department, is available on Google PlayStore and App Store. The application has been developed in such a way that the results are accessible quickly and without interruption, even in the event of an increase in traffic.
SSLC results can also be known through the Saphalam 2022 – the application published by Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE). The application has been developed in addition to the cloud-based portal www.results.kite.kerala.gov.in.
In addition to individual results, comprehensive analysis, including various reports, graphs and analyzes of results at the school, school district and tax district level, will be available on the portal and mobile app. The application can be downloaded from the Google PlayStore.
Students who fail can take the “Save A Year” (SAY) exam for up to three subjects. The exam, which gives another chance to students who failed to achieve passing grades in a few subjects, will be held in July.
No tokens of grace
Also this year, grace marks are not awarded for the SSLC and Plus-Two exams. The Principal Secretary for General Education issued an order specifying this.
Arts, sports and science events organized by the Department of Education were canceled during the past school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Grace points are awarded to students participating in such events.
Class 12 results next week
The results of the upper secondary examination (class 12) would be announced on June 20.