INDIA: Kerala SSLC 2014 results has been Released

Mumbai: The Kerala SSLC 2014 results were announced on Wednesday to decide the fate of 4.64 lakh students who appeared for the examination last month. The SSLC 2014 Examinations began on March 10 with Malayalam as the first subject and ended on March 22.

Users can check their results with registered mobile numbers and email id. The SSLC Results 2014 Kerala Board can also get alerts on their mobile and email id.

The state education minister P K Abdu Rabb declared the results on the web.

Students can check their scores by entering the roll number on any of the following websites:

Board of Public examinations

Information and Public Relations department

Kerala Government

Kerala results here

Tamil Nadu results here

Karnataka results here

Other board SSLC results here

The 4.64 lakhs students who wrote the Kerala SSLC 2014 exam belonged not only to Kerala but were from Lakshadweep and the Gulf regions as well.

As many as 4.42 lakh students have been declared eligible for higher studies in the SSLC examinations, media reports said.
The results were declared in a record 19 days this time.

This year marks a very high success rate, that of 95.47 per cent, an increase of 1.3 percentage over last year. 14,802 students have secured A+ in all subjects this year. The success rate among boys is 94.44 per cent and 96.53 per cent among girls.

In the Government of Kerala Technical High School Leaving Certificate (THSLC) examination, 96.49 per cent of the 3,647 candidates are eligible for higher studies.

In the Art High School Leaving Certificate Examination (AHSLC), the success rate went up to 94.7 per cent.

Kannur posted the highest success rate, 98.27 per cent, among revenue districts and Kaduthuruthy with 98.68 per cent among educational districts.

Among revenue districts, highest number of students who secured A+ for all subjects, 2,056, was from Malappuram. Tirur came first in educational districts.

The lowest success rate, in revenue and educational districts categories, was in Palakkad. It was 91.28 per cent and 90.25 per cent respectively.

As many as 89.52 per cent of the Scheduled Caste candidates gained eligibility for higher studies and 329 got A+ in all papers. Among Scheduled Tribe students, the pass percentage was 84.30 and 13 got A+ grade. Among OBC candidates, the pass percentage was 95.96 and 8,438 got A+ in all subjects, ‘The Hindu’ reports.

The report says as many as 934 schools registered 100 per cent success. These included 281 government schools (an increase of 7), 367 aided schools (an increase of 40), and 286 unaided schools (an increase of 26). As many as 4,63,686 students — 2,35,983 boys and 2,27,703 girls-appeared for the examination.
SAY exam

The ‘Save A Year’ (SAY) examination for those who gained eligibility for higher studies would be held at select centres from May 12 to 17, reports The Hindu. Applications for this could be submitted from April 24 to 28 to respective headmasters. Applications for photocopy, revaluation, and scrutiny of the answer sheets may be submitted online from April 24 to 28 till 1 p.m. The certificates of the students will be made available at the District Education Office concerned by May 15.


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