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SSLC results republished, rise in pass percentage

SSLC results republished, rise in pass percentage

Thiruvananthapuram: After days of uncertainty over the Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Examination results, the Pareeksha Bhavan republished the results on Sunday after correcting the errors.

The updated version of the results shows a record pass percentage of 98.56, which is 0.57 percent higher than the results published earlier.

A-plus grade has been given to 2700 more students in all the subjects in the latest results.

Although the updated results were to be published on Saturday, the officials took more time to assure the accuracy of it, learning a lesson from the previous mess. Around 3000 students’ marks in some of the subjects were missing in the marklist published earlier. The latest list is after correcting such errors. the missing grace marks also have been added in the updated marklist.

Earlier, the officials had given contradictory versions about the mess. Director of Public Instruction K Gopalakrishna Bhat had said that the anomalies in the SSLC results had occurred at the valuation centres while entering data in the software. His opinion contrdicted the view expressed by Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb that the problems with the software developed by the National Informatics Centre (NIC) caused the anomalies.

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