Kerala SSLC result 2021 out on keralaresults.nic.in; 99.47% students pass

Kerala SSLC result 2021: Kerala SSLC result has been declared and 99.47 per cent students have passed. The Secondary School Leaving Certificate or Kerala SSLC exam result has been announced on official websites, keralapareeksahabhavan.in, sslcexam.kerala.gov.in, results.kite.kerala.gov.in, and results.kerala.nic.in. Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan conducted the 10th board exams from April 8 to 28, even as the country battled with the second wave of the coronavirus . The wait of nearly 400,000 students is now over.

How to check Kerala SSLC 2021 result

Step 1: On the official website of Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan opt for the link that reads SSLC result
Step 2: Enter details such as roll number and date of birth to log in
Step 3: The Kerala SSLC result 2021 will be displayed on the screen

The Kerala SSLC result is based on a 9-point grading system with the highest grade value being 9 and the least being 1. The grading is done on a 9 point scale: A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, E. Students who obtain grade D or below have to appear for the SAY or Save A Year exam.

Kerala SSLC Exam Grades

A+: 90 - Up to 100% (Outstanding)

A: 80 - Up to 89% (Excellent)

B+: 70- Up to 79% (Very Good)

B: 60 - Up to 69% (Good)

C+: 50 - Up to 59% (Above Average)

C: 40 - Up to 49% (Average)

D+: 30 - Up to 39% (Marginal)

D: 20 - Up to 29% (Need Improvement)

E: Below 20% (Need Improvement)


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