Apart from the two official websites, keralaresults.nic.in and keralapareekshabhavan.in students can also check their results on results.kite.kerala.gov.in, sslcexam.kerala.gov.in, results.kerala.nic.in, and prd.kerala.gov.in.
The General Education Director and Exam Commissioner of Kerala as saying: "The SSLC/THALC/SSLC (HI) /THSLC (SI)/AHSLC results will be declared on June 30. Higher Secondary/Vocational Higher Secondary results will be declared before July 10."
Students can check their results on the Saphalam app by feeding their respective roll numbers.
As per an NDTV report, more than 4.20 lakh students had registered for the Kerala board Class 10 examinations this year. The SSLC exams were to conclude in March, but some papers got postponed due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic in India and the subsequent lockdown.
The postponed state board exams were held from May 26 to 30, which were conducted while maintaining strict health and hygiene protocol to ensure the students are not exposed to the deadly virus inside the exam hall.
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Step 1: Visit the official Kerala board website @keralaresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the Kerala SSLC Result 2020 link
Step 3: Enter the required details that will be mentioned on your hall ticket
Step 4: Click on the ‘Submit’ button, and your Kerala Class 10 board result will appear on the screen.
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