Kerala Board of Secondary Education announce Class X results 2019
The Kerala SSLC Result 2019 has been declared by the Kerala Board of Secondary Education, as per News 18 report. The Kerala SSLC result 2019 or the Kerala Board 10th result 2019 released by the Kerala Board of Secondary Education on its official website at dhsekerala.gov.in, kerala.gov.in and keralaresults.nic.in. However, the Kerala Board students can also check their Kerala SSLC Class 10 result 2019 on other websites such as examresults.net. All students, private and regular, can check their Kerala Board 10th Class Result 2019 here on this page.
The Board had held the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Examination from March 7 to March 26, 2019. Students who had appeared for the SSLC Class X examination under the Kerala Board must keep their admit cards or hall tickets ready in order to quickly access their Kerala SSLC result 2019 once it is released.
- Total students – 4,34.729
- Total Pass Percentage – 98.11%
- 37334 scored A+
- Top District – Malapuram: 99.33%
Steps to Check results
- Log in to official websites of the Kerala Board of Secondary Education (KBSE) at dhsekerala.gov.in, kerala.gov.in
- Now, fill in the required details in the slots
- Click the Submit button
- Your Kerala Board 10th result 2019 will appear on the screen
- Download it and keep a print-out of it
- Get Kerala SSLC Result 2019 via SMS
- KERALA SSLC Results 2019 – CLASS 10 RESULT ON MOBILE – SMS
- SMS – KERALA10REGISTRATION NUMBER – Send it to 56263
The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) is the certification that a student receives when he/she successfully completes his/her secondary schooling level examinations. The SSLC examination is given different names by different boards in India. In pursuance of the National Policy on Education the Government of Kerala established the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education in the year 1990. The Directorate is envisaged as a central agency of the state government seeking to promote all round development in Higher Secondary Education by establishing appropriate philosophies, adequate institutional network, effective administrative systems and well-qualified and motivated staff necessary to carryout academic and administrative responsibilities.
The pre-degree courses had to be segregrated from University education to bring them under the ambit of authority of the Directorate. This had been done in a phased manner and the entire process of de-linking was completed in 2000-2001. Dearth of manpower and meagre infrastructure facilities have been the serious maladies tormenting the department right from its inception. But transcending all limitations, the concerted efforts by all levels of functionaries at the Directorate have helped it to become a full fledged department and to attain organisational success.