About 96.59 per cent of the students who had appeared for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations in Kerala have cleared the examinations. The pass percentage is roughly 2 per cent lower than that last year’s (98.59 per cent).
Releasing the results here, Chief Secretary P.K. Mohanty and Director of Public Instruction (DPI) M.S. Jaya pointed out that the 2 per cent fall is insignificant considering the fast that no moderation has been given to the students. As many as 22,879 students have secured A Plus in all the subjects. The highest pass percentage has been recorded by Pathanamthitta district and the lowest by Wayanad district. AS many as 1,207 schools registered 100 per cent pass percentage, they said.
The DPI said the results can be accessed from http://keralaresults.nic.in/sslc16/sslc.htm
The Save A Year (SAY) examinations would be conducted from May 23 to 27. The certificates would be delivered at the examination centres by May fourth week, the DPI said.