DHSE Kerala SSLC 2021 Result: Kerala 10th Result to Report Today- List of Websites to Check Results

DHSE Kerala SSLC 2021 Result: Once the results are out, students who have appeared in the Kerala SSLC Exams 2021 will be able to check their results online at keralaresults.nic.in.

DHSE Kerala SSLC Result 2021: The Kerala Ministry of Higher Secondary Education will announce the results of Kerala Secondary School Living Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10 2021 exam on Wednesday July 14, 2021, on its official website. The Kerala government has said that the 10th Kerala Board result will be declared by the state education minister at 2 p.m. Once the results are published, students who took the Kerala SSLC 2021 exams will be able to check their results online at keralaresults.nic.in.

Previously, the state government canceled the Information Technology (IT) practical exam for students in SSLC or Class 10 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Kerala Shiksha Bhavan organized the Kerala SSLC exam or 10 class council from April 8-28, 2021. This year over 4 lakh candidates took the Kerala SSLC 2021 exams.

Kerala Class 10 SSLC Result 2021 – Websites to check results 


Along with the Kerala SSLC 10th result, the board will also announce the Technical High School Leaving Certificate (THSLC) results and results of THSLC hearing-impaired students. The results, once released, will be made available on the official websites of the Kerala Board. Class 10 SSLC Kerala results will be available at keralapareekshabhavan.in and sslcexam.gov.in.

Kerala Class 10 SSLC Result 2021 –  How to check
Step 1: Visit the official website of Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan – keralapareekshabhavan. in, sslcexam.gov.in
Step 2: Enter the date of birth and roll number as given in the Kerala class 10 admit card.
Step 3: Submit and check Kerala Class 10 SSLC Result 2021.
It is noteworthy that unlike most of the state boards across the country who canceled the class 10 board exams due to Covid-19, Kerala has conducted the SSLC exam 2021 in regular offline mode from April 8 to 28, and followed the COVID-19 guidelines and protocols. A total of 4,22,226 regular students and 990 private candidates appeared in the SSLC examinations. However, because of the deadly second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the state government had to cancel the IT practical exam for SSLC students this year.

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