The much-awaited Kerala SSLC exam result 2020 will be announced on June 30th by honorable educational minister Prof. C. Raveendranath.
The result will be available on the following websites today from 2 pm onwards.
How to check Kerala SSLC result 2020.
You can check your SSLC exam results through the following steps.
- Go to any of the above-mentioned links. Please note that the link may be down often due to heavy traffic. You can try switching the website.
- Enter your registration number and date of birth.
- Submit to view the result.
- You can download your SSLC result in a printable format by clicking the download button.
We wish you all the best with your exam results.
Indeed a great effort from the Govt. of Kerala
The Kerala SSLC examinations were scheduled from March 10th, 2020 to March 26th. However, due to the corona pandemic, the government proactively decided to postpone the exam for 3 subjects, considering the safety of the students. The following are those three subjects and their original date of exam.
|Mathematics||March 23, 2020|
|Physics||March 24, 2020|
|Chemistry||March 26, 2020|
Then came the country-wide lockdown announced by prime minister Narendra Modi which started from March 25, 2020.
This has made the future of millions of students at stake as most of the exams including those conducted by CBSE were still not finished.
And the number of Covid-19 confirmed cases and deaths was increasing drastically in India.
There were even rumours that the exams will be canceled!
However, things were different in Kerala. The government lead by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan along with the administration and the people stood unanimous to fight against the global pandemic.
As a result, Kerala effectively flattened the second-wave of the Covid-19 curve.
But then started the return of Kerala expats from other states and countries, back to Kerala. Due to this, there was a steady increase in daily confirmed Covid-19 cases.
But the government shocked everyone by announcing the date of postponed exams from May 26th to 30th.
The rescheduled dates were:
|Mathematics||26 May 2020|
|Chemistry||27 May 2020|
|Physics||28 May 2020|
This decision received wide criticism from the opposition as well as from some fraction of parents. Even though there were rumors that exams could be postponed again, but the government stood firm in their decision.
However, the exams were conducted smoothly under strict Covid-19 protocols!
Amid the increase in number of reported cases, the government organized centralized valuation and finished it by June 19.
And today they are announcing the result! We are sure that this would give a competitive edge for Kerala students in future entrance exams because, in most of the states, the board exams are yet to finish.
We adore the brave decision and planning of the government of Kerala.