Students in India who successfully complete their secondary school are given the SSLC certificate. Students who successfully complete the 10th board exams are given this certificate. Every student who takes the test and passes it is given a Secondary School Leaving Certificate, which they must provide as part of the application process for further education.
The SSLC certificate contains details such as the grade the student earned on their board test, their date of birth, their parents’ names, their residence, etc. Secondary School Leaving Certificates are occasionally used as identification cards for a variety of reasons. For admissions purposes, schools and institutions may occasionally request this credential. As a result, it is a crucial document that needs to be handled carefully.
This certificate will reflect the grades a student received on their board exam. Higher secondary schools and colleges use these to validate student test scores during the admissions process. Merit admissions are typically given based on a student’s performance in their public examination. Therefore, upon the collection of this document, the pupils are granted admission.
Significance of SSLC
The SSLC certificate served as the main basis for date of birth identification when birth and death records were not required in India.
According to the MEA website, were born before 1989 are still a legal method for the Indian administrative authorities to confirm the date of birth when issuing official documents like passports.