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SCOLE Kerala Result 2021

The SCOLE Kerala exam 2021 results for 10th and 12th classes will be released in the first week of May 2021 (tentative). The results will be declared on the official website scolekerala.org and students can check their results by providing their registration number and date of birth. Get all the latest updates and procedures related to SCOLE results 2021 on this page itself.

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How to check SCOLE Kerala Result 2021?

The following are the steps to check SCOLE Kerala Open Board Results 2021 for class 10th and 12th:

Step 1: Candidates need to visit the official website of SCOLE Kerala - scolekerala.org

Step 2: Now, go to the results section.

Step 3: There will be two options i.e results of class 10th and results of class 12th.

Step 4: Candidates need to click on the 12th result link if they are looking for Sr.secondary result and class 10th link for secondary results.

Step 5: After clicking the class 10th or 12th results, candidates need to enter the Registration Number and the Date of Birth to get the results.

Step 6: Once the details are entered, candidates need to click on the Get Result button.

Step 7: SCOLE Kerala Open board result will be displayed on the screen with the marks details that the candidates have obtained.

Step 8: Candidates can download SCOLE Kerala results 2021 for further reference.

Kerala Open Board Result 2021

Below are the exam details as well as the highlights of SCOLE Kerala result 2021:

Examination Name

SCOLE Kerala Exam 2021

Exam Date

(Tentative)

March 2021

Result Date

(Tentative)

May 2021

Official Website

scolekerala.org

SCOLE Kerala Grading Point System 2021

Below are the details of the grade points as per the SCOLE Kerala grading point system. The following table will help the candidates to understand the grading system and to prepare for the exams strategically:

Marks

Grade

Grade Points

91-100

A1

10.0

81-90

A2

9.0

71-80

B1

8.0

61-70

B2

7.0

51-60

C1

6.0

41-50

C2

5.0

34-40

D1

4.0

0-34

F

FAIL

SCOLE Kerala Exam Pattern 2021

Following are the key points for the candidates regarding SCOLE Kerala exam pattern 2021:

a) The total combined scores for first and second-year examinations of each subject shall be 200.

b) The result of the examination shall be determined by the combined scores of first and second-year examinations, taken together, and grades obtained thereupon by the candidate.

c) To become eligible for higher studies, a candidate should obtain a D+ grade or above in all the subjects. To attain a D+ grade for a subject, a minimum of 30% of the aggregate score of CE, PE, and TE should be obtained (ie., 60 scores should be obtained) with a separate score of a minimum of 30% in terminal evaluation. The minimum score required for subjects with practical evaluation is 36 and for subjects without practical evaluation is 48.

d) For securing a D+ grade in music, a separate 30% minimum score of terminal evaluation well as practical evaluation should be maintained.

e) D+ grade for Biology shall be decided by taking the scores of Botany and Zoology together and hence a separate minimum for Botany and Zoology is not required.

f) Candidates who are absent for second-year higher secondary examination in any subject shall be treated as ‘absent’ for that subject even if they have appeared for that subject in the first-year higher secondary examination. For determining the grade in a subject, appearance in the first-year and second-year examination of that subject is compulsory.

Note:

Grace marks are given to the winners of the state-level higher secondary school youth festival as given below:

1) A Grade - 5% of aggregate score
2) B Grade - 4% of aggregate score
3) C Grade - 3% of aggregate score

Re-evaluation/Scrutiny and Photocopy of Answer Scripts

Following are the instructions for the candidates regarding re-evaluation/scrutiny and photocopy of answer scripts: 

(a) Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) provides the candidates with an opportunity to get their answer scripts re-valued and scrutinized without double valuation. Photocopies of the valued answer scripts will also be issued upon request. This facility is available for all the examinations conducted by the directorate. If there is any dissatisfaction or complaint regarding the valuation, candidates should apply for revaluation within the specified time limit. The Directorate will not entertain written requests for revaluation. Candidates should submit the application form along with the prescribed fee within the time frame.

(b) Notification for revaluation/photocopy/scrutiny shall be issued after the publication of the results of each examination.

(c) Application in the prescribed format shall be submitted to the Principals of the concerned examination center where the candidate registered for the same before the last date. Format of the application form is available in the web portal- dhsekerala.gov.in

(d) Details of the fee. 

  • Revaluation - Rs. 500/- per paper b) Scrutiny - Rs. 100/- per paper
  • Photocopy - Rs. 300/- per paper

(e) Changes in scores after the revaluation/scrutiny shall be effected and a revised certificate/scoresheet will be issued to the candidate on surrendering the certificate/score sheet which is already issued. For issuing the revised certificate, the original certificate of the candidate should be submitted to the directorate within one month after the publication of the results.

The revaluation fee will be refunded if the revaluation score exceeds 10% or above the original score. The refund request should be submitted to the Principal and the Principal shall forward the application with the consolidated statement within one month after the publication of results.

(f) The facility for revaluation, scrutiny, and photocopy shall not be available for practical evaluation.

(g) Belated applications for revaluation and scrutiny will not be accepted.

(h)Fee for the application of for photocopy of answer scripts for all examinations conducted in 2020, submitted after the last date shall be Rs. 1000/- per paper. Applications for a photocopy of answer scripts received after the last date will not be considered.

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