Thursday, 4 May 2017

Kerala SSLC result declared on 5th May 2017

It was from dates March 8-23, the examination SSLC examination of Kerala was held for the academic year 2016-2017. The board of secondary education is to publish the tenth results on May 5, 2017. You can use our direct link given below this page to check the SSLC results.

The number of candidates who have registered for the Kerala SSLC examinations is 4,58,494. The exam was conducted through 2951 test centers. Among 2951 centers, 18 centers were out of the Kerala state border including Lakshadweep and Gulf countries.

The result was published on April 27th, for the last academic year. Don't worry about how to know your result. We have the direct link for you to our website from where you can directly reach the results page.

Kerala SSLC Result 2017

It's all set and ready for the declaration of Kerala SSLC results from 2017. Students can check out the official website here: Kerala If there is any trouble in official portals, you can try our best and fast sites to check your results.

Declaration date: 5th May 2017

Time: 2 PM (IST)

How to check SSLC Result online?

* Enter official website of SSLC Kerala: Kerala

* Search and click on result link

* Fill out hall ticket number and date of birth

* Press submit

* Result will appear on the screen. That's it.

Kerala SSLC result date

The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan have decided to finish the paper valuation by April 21, 2017. After paper assessment, the compilation of marks will be done. Earlier the results, the better for students. Prolonging the result date may cause the delay of higher education enrollment. This year there was a mathematics examination leakage reported, and the board to reconduct the study. Despite this, the result is being published on May 5.

Previous year SSLC result statistics

The unofficial chatter was that the results will be published on April 28. But it did not happen.Now the official announcement has come.

Here is the statistics of the last years results. Last year 4,73,803 students attended the examination, and from them, 4,57,654 were qualified for higher education. There were 22,879 full A-graders. The overall pass percentage was 96%. The best-performed district last year was Pathanamthitta with a pass rate 99.04%.
1207 schools could achieve 100 percent pass percentage last year.

About Kerala SSLC

The secondary education of the State is managed by the Kerala Board of Higher Secondary Education. The Kerala Board of Secondary Education, established in 1990 is the official authority of secondary education in Kerala. A lot of private and government schools in the state are affiliated to Kerala HSE.



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