Thiruvananthapuram: Education Minister V Sivankutty announced Kerala SSLC 2023 results on Friday (May 19) afternoon. The pass percentage is at 99.70 (regular). The pass percentage witnessed an increase of 0.44 per cent as compared to the previous year.
4,191,128 students wrote SSLC in 2960 centers across the state this year. A total of 4,17, 864 students qualified for higher studies. Out of this, 68,604 students received full A Plus in all subjects.
Kannur recorded the highest pass percentage(99.4 per cent) among districts (revenue). Wayanad stood at the bottom of the list with a pass percentage of 98.41.
Malappuram recorded the highest percentage of students with full A Plus (4,856 students).
Pass percentage in VHSE (Vocational Higher Secondary Schools) is at 99.9. The results of Technical High School Leaving Certificate Examination (THLC) were also announced. The pass percentage is at 99.9
Out of the 528 students who appeared for the exam in the Gulf centers, 504 students qualified for higher education. 289 students wrote the exam in Lakshadweep and 283 qualified for higher studies.
'Save A Year' exams are scheduled from June 7 to 14. Class 11 classes will commence on July 5.
The results are on various websites, including www.results.kite.kerala.gov.in, 'Saphalam 2023' mobile app and the PRD Live app of the Information and Public Relations Department.
SSLC (Hearing Impaired): http://sslchiexam.kerala.gov.in
THSLC (Hearing Impaired): http://thslchiexam.kerala.gov.in
Meanwhile, in higher secondary, 4,42,067 students had registered for Plus Two examinations. The results are expected by May 25.