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SSLC stands for “Secondary School Leaving Certificate.” This term is used in some countries, including India, to refer to a certificate that is awarded to students upon completion of their secondary education. Secondary education generally includes grades 9 or 10 through 12 or 13, depending on the country and education system. The SSLC is typically earned after the successful completion of a final examination, and it is often a requirement for admission to higher education institutions or for obtaining certain types of employment. In some places, the SSLC is known by other names, such as the “Junior Certificate” or the “Junior School Certificate.”

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