Thiruvananthapuram: The SSLC result, which was published on Monday, is likely to have some changes with the Kerala Education Department deciding to republish it following rampant complaints from various corners.
As part of it, the Pareeksha Bhavan has taken steps to collect data from all the 54 valuation centres in the state.
Reports say that the pass percentage is likely to be changed once the revised results are published.
Earlier in the day, Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb said the discrepancies in the results occurred owing to issues with the software.
He said the issues would be resolved within two days.
As per the results declared on Monday, a total of 4,58,841 students qualified for higher studies with the state recording a pass percentage of 97.99.