In a quicker move, the Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan declared the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) revaluation result 2019 today, May 33. Candidates who applied for the revaluation and scrutiny can now check their Kerala SSLC revaluation result 2019, available on the official website; keralapareekshabhavan.in. The Kerala SSLC scrutiny results have been published for candidates, are advised to check their scores appropriately online. As the Kerala SSLC or class 10 revaluation exam results 2019 have been announced, it is important to note that the first Kerala Plus One allotment list for admissions to class 11 will be released tomorrow, May 24, the details of which is mentioned below. Rajasthan RBSE 12th Arts Results 2019 Declared.
The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan declared the SSLC class 10 board exam results were declared on May 6 for above four lakh candidates who appeared in the annual exams held in March this year. According to the official statistics, as many as 4,26,513 candidates have qualified the Kerala SSLC exam. Candidates who were unsatisfied with their marks, applied for Kerala SSLC revaluation process, the result of which has been declared today, May 23.
Kerala Plus One Admissions 2019-20
There was rumours that the date for Kerala Plus one allotment list has been extended, worrying the candidates across the state. However, an official from the Higher Secondary Centralised Allocation Process (HSCAP) confirmed to NDTV, that the date for the same has not been changed. The first main Plus One allotment list is scheduled to be published on May 24 and appearance in this list will not guarantee admission of candidates in Plus One. Candidates will be able to check the Kerala Plus one allotment 2019 list on the official website; hscap.kerala.gov.in. Candidates must note that the main allotment process will be concluded on May 31 and the supplementary allotment process will begin from June 3 and concluded on July 7. Besides, the Kerala Plus One classes are set to start from June 3.
This year, Kerala SSLC board result 2019 registered 98.11 per cent. To pass the class 10 board exam 2019, a candidate needs a minimum of 35% and they will have to pass in theory and practical exams separately.