New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: Kerala Board has declared SSLC or Class 10 Result 2021 on Wednesday. Out of 9 lakh students, 99.47 per cent of students passed the class 10 board exams. State Education Minister V Saivankutty announced Kerala SSLC Result 2021 and praised the students for writing well in the exams despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation in the state. 

While announcing the Kerala Class 10th result, the education minister said that the students fared well irrespective of the ongoing Covid circumstances. 

Soon Kerala board will upload the Kerala Class 10 result 2021 on the official The state board is also expected to announce the SSLC or class 10 toppers list.

Along with Kerala SSLC Result 2021, The Kerala Board also declared Kerala Technical High School Leaving Certificate (THSLC) and THSLC Hearing Impaired students' results 2021. Out of a total of 2,889 students from 48 schools, 2881 students have passed. The overall pass percentage is 99.72 per cent.

Kerala SSLC Result 2021: List of official websites

To ease down the task of students, we have brought you the official websites where one can check the results:

How to check Kerala SSLC Result 2021?

Step 1: Visit the official website of the Kerala Board

Step 2: Click on SSLC Result 2021 link

Step 3: Fill in your credentials such as roll number, etc

Step 4: Click on Submit

Step 5: SSLC Result 2021 will display on the screen

Step 6: Download and take a printout for future reference

Students who score Grade D or below would have to re-appear for the SAY (save a year) exam. While students who are unsatisfied with their results can register online for revaluation of Kerala Class 10 results and apply for photocopy of answer sheets between July 17 and July 23.

Kerala was among the few states that conducted Class 10 board exams from April 8 to April 28 amid the spike in the COVID-19 cases. The theory papers were held as per schedule, however, Information Technology (IT) practical exam was cancelled due to COVID-19 related restrictions.

This year around 4.2 lakh students appeared for the Class 10 board exams in 2947 centres including 9 centres in Gulf and Lakshadweep. In all three Gulf centres, a 100 per cent pass percentage has been recorded. 

Posted By: Niharika Sanjeeiv