Know your SSLC results from 2 PM today, here is the link

State education minister C Raveendranath will hold a press conference in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram at 2pm to announce details of the results.

Of the total of 4,73,803 students who appeared for the examination, 4,57,654 cleared with various grades. A private school in Malappuram district complained that the same questions were asked in the SSLC exams for the model examination. The result download link will be kept active for a longer time duration. The Kerala SSLC results are likely to release on May 4th, 2017, i.e., tomorrow. It is important for the students to take print out of the result.

The results of Kerala SSLC, THSLC and AHSLC have been declared today. The KSEB Board has been established in the year 1990 to restructure the operations of Secondary and Collegiate Education in Kerala.

Compared to previous year, the Kerala SSLC Results 2017 have been delayed. The state government has conducted the Class 10th Board Examination as successfully from 8th March to 23rd March 2017. The Secondary School Leaving Certificate which is known as SSLC, Kerala in short; is actually the class 10th Exams for Students of Kerala.

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It should be noted that the online Kerala SSLC result 2017 could vary from the original score, in such a case the Kerala SSLC Result 2017 in the original marks sheet will be considered final.

Those who fail to pass in the exam can appear for the supplementary exam in the month of June.

Apart from the 4.5 lakh regular students, the board conducted the SSLC exams for more than 2.5 lakh private students. The overall pass percentage is expected to be more than 90 percent. The exam was conducted in March at 2,933 centres in the state and nine centres in Lakshadweep and the Middle East.

  • Sonia Alvarado