Published: 06th May 2019
Kerala SSLC exam results set a new record pass percentage of 98.11
Shahjahan announced the results instead of Education Minister C Raveendranath as the Model code of conduct owing to the general election is still in force
The state registered a new record of 98.11 pass percentage in the SSLC examination this year. This is 0.27 per cent increase from the pass per cent of 97.84 registered last year, said General Education Secretary A Shahjahan while announcing the SSLC examination results on Monday.
Shahjahan announced the results instead of Education Minister C Raveendranath as the Model code of conduct owing to the general election is still in force.
"A total of 4,26,513 students out of 4,34,729 have been qualified for higher studies. Last year, 4,31,162 qualified as the number of students appeared for the examination was on a higher side," Shahjahan said in a press conference.
Pathanamthitta district, which severely affected in the floods in the state last year, registered highest pass percentage (99.33 per cent) while Wayanad district recorded the least pass percentage (93.22). As many as 37,334 students secured 'A+' in all subjects. Last year, it was 34.313. Kuttanad is the top education district by registering 99.9 per cent while Wayanad is the least with 93.22.
He also pointed out that moderation was not granted to the students this year and no candidates have been withheld this year. The valuation was conducted in three phases from April 4-12, 14-17 and 25-29 in record time.
The SAY ( Save A Year) examination will be conducted from May 20 to May 25 and the results will be published in the first week of June.
The students can submit the application for revaluation from May 7 to 10 through online. The respective headmasters of the schools need to confirm the applications in the online system before 5 pm on May 31. The results will be published on the website of Pareeksha Bhavan before May 31. The photostat copies of the answer sheets will also be given to the students within May 31.
Highest and least number of candidates
The centre which most number of students appeared is PKMHSS, Edarikode, Malappuram. A total of 2409 students had appeared for the exams. The least number of students appeared in Government Girls HSS, Peringara.
Gulf and Lakshadweep region
The Gulf region registered a pass percentage of 98.7. As many as 489 students from 9 schools have been qualified. At Lakshadweep, the total pass percentage is 87.96 per cent.
Schools which have 100 per cent success rate:
Government sector - 599
Aided - 713
Unaided - 391
Number of Candidates appeared - 1867
Qualified - 1357
Pass percentage - 72.68
Number of regular students
Girls : 2,12,472
Boys : 2,43,093
Date of exam: March 13 to 28