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Kerala SSLC Result 2019: Where and how to check Kerala SSLC Class 10th Exam Result 2019

Kerala SSLC Result 2019: Follow these steps to check Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10 board examination results.

education Updated: May 06, 2019 14:56 IST
Nandini
Nandini
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Kerala SSLC Result 2019: Where and How to check
Kerala SSLC Result 2019: Where and How to check(Sanchit Khanna/HT PHOTO)
         

Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Thiruvananthapuram will declare the Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Class 10 board examination results today at 2 PM. Over 4 Lakh candidates are anxiously waiting for their results.

DHSE secretary,A Shahjehan will release the result. He will address a press conference in DHSE office at 2 PM to announce the details of the Kerala SSLC Results.

Here is the direct link to check Kerala SSLC results 2019.

Kerala SSLC Result 2019 today: Follow live updates here

Students can check their results at dhsekerala.gov.in, www.kerala.gov.in and keralaresults.nic.in

Where and how to check Kerala SSLC result 2019:

Visit the official websites of Kerala SSLC at:

dhsekerala.gov.in,

www.kerala.gov.in

keralaresults.nic.in

Find a link that reads Kerala SSLC Result 2019

Click on the link

A login page will open

Key in the required login credentials like registration number, roll number, date of birth

Submit

Your results will be displayed on screen

Download and take its print out.

Candidates can check their Kerala SSLC  results 2019 on other websites as well. Click here to know more.

This year 4.35 lakh students appeared for the SSLC exam that was conducted from March 13 to March 28 at 2,923 centres in the state and 9 centres each in Lakshadweep and the Middle-East region.

Last year, the results were declared in May and the pass percentage was 97.84%. The pass percentage was highest in Ernakulam district at 99.12 and lowest in Wayanad, where it was 93.87. Out of 441,482 students, who appeared for the examination, 431,162 cleared it. At least 34,313 students scored A Plus in all subjects and 517 schools got A Plus in all subjects.