Kerala SSLC exam results 2017 to be out today

But we got an official announcement on the postpone of SSLC result from the Board of Kerala. According to the office of the education minister, the results would be announced at a news conference to be held at the PRD chamber here at 2pm. In March, all the students have appeared for their exams and in May, all of them are waiting for their results.

The Saphalam App is available on the Google Play store and candidates can download it from there to check their scores by following the instructions. The KSEB Board has been established in the year 1990 to restructure the operations of Secondary and Collegiate Education in Kerala.

The SSLC is a certification which is obtained by a student on successful completion of an examination at the end of study at the secondary schooling level.

455906 students had appeared for the SSLC examination this time. Here we are also providing you the direct link to Check the Kerala SSLC Result 2017.

How to know Kerala 10th Results 2017: Steps to know the Kerala SSLC Results 2017. You must be eagerly anticipating the Kerala class 10 results 2017. From the last 5 years, the numbers of students writing the SSLC and THSLC have increased to a fair amount. Over 5 lakhs students appeared for the SSLC exam in the academic year of 2016-2017. The overall pass percentage is expected to be more than 90 percent. The examination pass board meeting will conduct today.

The exam had begun on 8 March 2017 at 2933 centres in the State and 9 centres in Lakshadweep and the Gulf region.

Apart from the SSLC examination, Pareeksha Bhawan also conducts other examinations, for certification of qualified teaching faculty through KTET and other similar examinations.

Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan successfully conducted SSLC Kerala exams in the month of March 2017. Instead, they will be declared in the first week of May.

The exam was held smoothly however issues arose when reports of Mathematics question paper leak came to light. At least 11 questions of the model exam were repeated in the final triggering a controversy. The exam on the scheduled day was then cancelled and postponed to March 30.