Kerala 10th Results 2019


Kerala 10th Results 2019

The Kerala SSLC Result 2019 is expected to be declared in the month of May 2019 via the online mode. The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Examination is organized under the supervision of the Government of Kerala. Students appearing for the Class 10 Board Exams will be able to check the results once published on the official website of the Board @ keralaresults.nic.in. Kerala SSLC Examination 2019 has already commenced from March 7 and is expected to continue till March 28, 2019. Like every year, the exam results will be published by the authority online so that students can easily login with their credentials and check their exam performance status.

About Kerala Board

The Kerala State Education Board, better known as the Kerala Board of Higher Secondary Education came into existence in 1990. The board is headquartered in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. It releases the results of Class 10 exams each year. A large number of government as well as private schools are associated and affiliated to the Kerala Board. The Board is responsible for regulating the secondary school education and learning system in Kerala and regulates the course pattern, prescribes syllabus, conducts exams, declares results and governs affiliations and accreditations. Students qualifying the board exam are awarded certificates by the Board.

How to check Kerala SSLC Examination 2019 Results

Students appearing for the Kerala SSLC Examination 2019 can follow the steps as mentioned below:
-         Visit the official website link of Kerala SSLC @ keralaresults.nic.inand click on the link as directed
-         Fill in all your registration details such as “Registration Number”and “Date of Birth” as directed
-         Subsequently, click on the “Get Results” button to view and download it
-         Obtain a hard copy of the same for future references.

Result: Previous Year Statistics

Every year lakhs of students appear for theSSLC Exam. The statistics from the previous SSLC results as given below aid in determining the pattern for SSLC Board Kerala and give an insight into what could be expected from the results this year.
Exam Date
March 2017
Kerala Result Date
5th May 2017
No. of candidates appeared
4,58,494
Kerala SSLC Result Pass Percentage
95.98%
Students securing A+ Grade
20,967
Schools with 100% Pass Percentage
1174

With almost 5 lakh students undertaking the SSLC Boards last year, the overall pass percentage was recorded at 95.98%. As per some reports, the result this year is expected to incline with more number of students appearing for the Kerala SSLC 2019 examination.
Kerala 10th Board Exams Statistics from the past few years

Year
Overall Pass %
Boys %
Girls %
No. of Students
2016
95.47%
94.44%
96.53%
4,93,000
2015
94.17%
94%
95.35%
4,79,085

Points to be remembered

Announcement of exam results bring much anxiety as well as a great deal of excitement. Here we have put together a few things to be taken note of by the students regarding the 10th Board Exam results.
-         After viewing the online results, students must take a printout of the downloaded result and secure it for all furture use.
-         The registration number should be retained safely till the time of checking online results
-         The result and marksheets are crucial documents required for an admission into the next class; so students must secure it once obtained
-         It’s advisable that students verify all details printed on the result sheet such as name, enrolment number, date of birth, etc.
-         Candidates must collect their original marksheet provided by the school on a later date as intimated by the school. Usually, the marksheets are available after a month of online result publication.

What to do after 10th Board Exams

It’s natural for students to contemplate on the following course of study once they’ve successfully cleared their Kerala SSLC 2019 Exams. Selecting the appropriate course of study or training after completing 10th Board examscould indeed seem as quite a challenging task for many students. It’s necessary to work out a functional plan of action so that students can walk the path to success in their further studies and careers. There are several educational fairs and career counselling seminars that take place across cities to help students make the correct choice to further shape their future. These avenues provide updated information on a plethora of courses and institutes where candidates could pursue their studies or hone skills after completing Class 10 Board exams.
Students should make an appropriate choice of the stream of further studies for plus two level based on their marks/grades and aptitude. The following streams are available at the Higher Secondary level:
-          -Science Stream (Maths/Biolog/Computer/Bio-Maths)
-          Commerce Stream
-          Arts/Humanities Stream
Students should stay abreast with all the State Boards for details of courses offered as these could vary from State to State. In addition to pursuing +2 education, candidates can also select from many alternative career options as available.
-          Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and Industrial Training Centres(ITCs) has several interesting course that impart skill based learning necessary for any specific trade. These include a host of skills including Electrician, Plumber, Mechanist and many more. The course duration could varyfrom trade to trade. Once the candidates qualify the test,they have the option of undergoing handson training in the respective industry. The National Council for Vocational Training provides a National Trade Certificate to all those who qualify the AITT (All India Trade Test). These candidates are eligible to apply for Government sector jobs.
-          National Defence forces: Students who’ve completed the SSLC 2019 also have the option of applying to the esteemed Indian Army of Indian Navy services for various posts as per eligibility.
-          Students interested in the teaching field can undergo training in diploma programmes conducted by the Department of Primary Education across various States for Nursery and Pre-Primary level. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts examination for the clerks grade. Interested aspirants who have passed their SSLC can apply to the respective courses based ont their eligibilty.
-          Joining the Police Force: Worthy students can also apply to various posts offered by the Police Force. The selection of candidates is based on written and physical test. Candidates who qualify the exam at each level are eligible to join as Constables in the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).
-          Candidates can choose from many short term courses available in the IT sector or in other arenas such as fashion industry, animation and web designing or enrol into any school leaving programme as available for students having completed their SSLC 2019 examination.



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