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What is the difference between matriculation and sslc in india?

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SSLC Certificate (Senior Secondary Leaving Certificate) is a certificate obtained by students after successfully completing school education from 1 to 10th and passing the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10th Standard) conduct by the respective state government in all states which is approved by Ministry of Human Resource Development and Department of School Education, Government of India.

Matriculation is equivalent to SSLC. Matric name itself suggest it was equal to 10th, but before there was no 2 years of PUC. So, probably it was treated on par with SSLC.
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S.S.L.C  secondary school leaving certificate. This was prevailant till around 1970. SSLC was 11th standard with puc (pre university course) one year. this was for regular school going students

Note : This one year P.U.C is eq. to present two years intermediate  course/jr. college as this is known in Andhrapradesh. It was earlier 11th s.s.l.c + one year p.u.c.

Now it is s.s.c. 10th + two year intermediate

Matriculation: This is equivalent to s.s.l.c  but strangely it is not matric name itself suggest it was eq to 10th , but since those days there was no two year p.u ( pre university course) probably it was treated on par with s.s.l.c matric is for those non-regular students i.e those students who could not continue studies in school but still wanted to attain the basic qualification/ continue studies .

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