Kerala SSLC SAY Exam Time Table 2014

The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan, Thiruvananthapuram, Conduct SSLC/10th Class Save a Year (SAY) examination, for failed students, would be held from May 12 to 17, 2014. SSLC/10th Class Annual Examination Certificates would reach the respective district education officers by May 15, 2014. It was a record show once again in SSLC results for the academic year 2013-14 with 95.47% of students, who took the exams, becoming eligible for higher education. The pass percentage was 1.3% higher than the previous year, an all-time record. The authorities, too, created a record by announcing the results in 21 days after the exams had concluded on March 22, 2014. 




Kerala SSLC Results 2014 Analysis that 14,802 students have got A+ in all subjects. The number of students who bagged A+ in all subjects was 10,073 in 2012-13. As many as 934 schools registered 100% pass. Of this, 274 schools were in the government sector, and 327 and 260 were in the aided and unaided sector, respectively. Since 2005, SSLC students were not awarded moderation. Still, minister Rabb announced the results amid widespread criticism against liberal and unscientific evaluation process, which allegedly contributed to the near cent per cent pass in the recent years.




This Year Enough number of higher secondary seats would be available to accommodate 4,42,678 students now eligible for higher studies. Among the revenue districts, Malappuram topped both in terms of number of students who took the exams and those who scored A+. Of the 77,239 candidates, 25,056 scored A+ in all subjects. Kannur recorded the highest pass percentage and Palakkad, the lowest. While the pass percentage in Kannur stood at 98.27%, Palakkad posted a distant 90.25%.