Kerala SSLC Result 2021 – 10th Result is released by the Kerala Board at Date keralaresults.nic.in. Kerala SSLC Board Examination was conducted from April 8 to April 29. Pareekshabhavan Board of Public Examination conducted successfully the Secondary Exam and now Kerala SSLC Exam Result 2021 Kerala board official releases. Students who appeared in KBPE Public Exam must be waiting for their www.keralaresults.nic.in portal. All the students will get result of SSLC on the web portal named Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan.
With the surge in Covid 19 cases around the country, Kerala is still one of the most affected ones. Kerala State went under Lockdown and hence practical examinations were announced to be conducted on revised dates. As theory examinations were conducted successfully. Here are some details of Kerala Board SSLC Result 2021 which all students need to check below.
Kerala SSLC Result 2021
Approximately more than one lakh students appear in Kerala Board SSLC Exam 2021. Now they are eagerly waiting for Kerala SSLC Results 2021. Some of the papers that the board was unable to conduct this year due to sudden lockdown will not be conducted further. Student’s marks will be calculated on the aggregate basis of the papers which they have appeared in at the time of Kerala Board 10th Exam Result 2021 announces at sslcexam.kerala.gov.in.
Kerala Board 10th Result 2021 Marks Criteria
What will be iExaMS Kerala Board Evaluation Criteria? Will, they also adopt objective criteria like CBSE or they will allot students with www.kerala result.nic.in marks by simply checking their answer sheets of the exams they have conducted as far now. Well, we will see what Kerala Board Pareeksha Bhavan will decide in the future.
|Examination Board||Kerala Board Of Public Examinations (KBPE)|
|Exam Name||SSLC Public Exam 2021|
|Exam Date||08 to 29th April 2021|
|Kerala 10th Results Date||14th July 2021|
|Details Required to Check Online Result||Register Number & Date Of Birth|
|Overall Pass Percentage||99.47%|
keralaresults.nic.in SSLC 2021 Result Marks, Grades Update
If anyone is confused between Grade and Grade points then let us elaborate on it to you. In Kerala SSLC Exam Result 2021 students are awarded Grade as well as Grade Points. If any student X has scored A in mathematics subject then his/ her marks are between 80-89. Further that, X will be awarded the Grade point “A”. This means that the students have performed terrifically in the paper. Now Kerala Pareekshabhavan is confirmed there will be no Grace Marks award to students in keralaresults.nic.in SSLC 2021 result declare.
|Grades||Percentage Range||Grade Point||Grade Position|
|A+||90% – 100%||9||Outstanding|
|A||80% – 89%||8||Excellent|
|B+||70% – 79%||7||Very Good|
|B||60% – 69%||6||Good|
|C+||50% – 59%||5||Above Average|
|C||40% – 49%||4||Average|
|D+||30% – 39%||3||Marginal|
|D||20% – 29%||2||Need Improvement|
|E||Less Than 20%||1||Need Improvement|
How to check SSLC Result 2021 Kerala Board?
The Kerala Board of Secondary Education is all set to announce 10th Result and Marksheet in July month. The exam answer sheet is examined and the www.keralaresults.nic.in the result is being prepared and declare soon. Check out the following steps here about Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan SSLC Result 2021 which is here as follows:
- If you are that student who appeared in SSLC Exam then you need to visit the official web portal first.
- On the landing page of the website, you need to search for the link SSLC Result 2021.
- Click the link as soon as you get it.
- On opening the link, you need to add details like your roll number, session, date of birth etc.
- Tap the submit button.
- Check your SSLC Result 2021 Kerala carefully.
- On checking all marks, overall marks, percentage, grade students need to save the result copy.
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FAQs Kerala SSLC 10th Result 2021 keralaresults.nic.in?
Dear, as you know that the conditions in the state are not yet stable, you can expect that board will straight away declare the result. Announcing the result date will not be possible for them at this moment.
As far as we know, not yet! We also think that the board will not adopt this criterion as they have conducted examinations. They will probably allot marks on an aggregate basis.
Of course yes, every student will be given chance if they are not satisfied with the marks.
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