Kerala Board Class 10 re-evaluation result was declared on 23rd May, 2019. The re-evaluation result of Kerala SSLC exams was released by Kerala Pareeksha Bhawan. The candidates who have appeared for the examination are asked can check the results on the official website of the board i.e. keralapareekshabhavan.in. The Board, earlier, announced the Kerala SSLC Result 2019 on 6th May, 2019. The declaration of the results have sealed the fate of thousands of students who have appeared for the examination. Students were required to provide their registration number and date of birth in order to down the revaluation results.
More than 4 lakh students had appeared for the Kerala SSLC exams and the overall pass percentage recorded this year was 98.11%. As many as 37,344 students got A plus division. Apart from the official website, students can also check their Kerala SSLC Revaluation Result 2019 through the direct link given below;
Kerala 12th Result 2019 was declared on May 12, 2019, for over 3.11 lakh students. The overall pass percentage recorded this year was 84.33%. As many as 14,244 students secured A plus grade, of which 183 students secured 100 % marks.
For the convenience of the students, we have mentioned the steps through which the candidates can check the results:
About Kerala Board
The Directorate of Higher Education, Kerala was established in the year 1990 in accordance with the National Education Policy. The Higher Secondary, Secondary and Vocational Higher Education in the state of Kerala are monitored by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE). The DHSE conducts the SSLC examination at the Secondary (Class 10) level and the HSC examination (CLASS 11 and 12) at the Higher Secondary level.
The main goal of the DHSE was to segregate the pre-degree courses from the university education and integrate them under the one single authority. The Vocational Higher Secondary Education scheme was started in 1983-84 with a limited number of courses in 19 selected schools. The number of associated schools has now grown to 389 over a period of three decades and more than 45 modernised courses are on offer now.