KSEB Kerala SSLC Result 2018: The exam results for Kerala SSLC/10th students to be declared on 27th April, 2018. DHSE Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan Board has officially announced the result publishing date and links for exam result. Check outkeralaresults.nic.in for Kerala SSLC Pareeksha Bhavan Results 2018. The government of Kerala also publishing in few more websites and the results for students will be available from 27th April morning. Kerala State Education Board Conduct the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) and THSLC examination in the month of March every year and this year as well. Check out below for complete information to Check 2018 Kerala SSLC results – keralaresults.nic.in and stay tune for more updates.
Kerala SSLC Result 2018 – Website Details
The exams for class 10 state level exams were held across Kerala in 2903 centres between March 9 and March 28, 2018 and nearly 5 lakh students has appeared for the state board examination. The board to declare results for SSLC exam on 27th of Arpil 2018 on the official website. Students will be able to check by name and roll number wise. Here are the available websites link to Check 2016 SSLC results.
Exam: Kerala SSLC/ 10th Board Exam Results 2018
Date: 27th April, 2018
Time: 10 AM
Kerala Board (KSEB) SSLC Exam Results 2018 Publishing Websites Check:
Here are the list of Kerala SSLC Result Websites which is to be published on 27th April, 2016. Kindly follow below instructions to get exam result
Also Check below websites:
Steps to check Kerala SSLC Results 2018
- Go to above mentioned link
- Enter into result page – (Will display Roll no and Name)
- Now enter your Exam Registration number/Roll number and name in box
- Then, Click on Submit button.
- The result will be published and click Print button below result to get hard copy.
The Indian system of education fundamentally consists of five years of primary schooling, followed by five years of secondary schooling. The SSLC must be obtained at the end of term of study at the secondary school, after which a student can study at a higher secondary school, which is sometimes called a Pre-University Course (PUC), for two years.
The SSLC is obtained by passing a public examination, i.e., an examination that has been formulated by the regional board of education that the school is affiliated with, and not by members of the faculty of the school. The performance of a student in the SSLC examination is the key factor in obtaining admission to a higher secondary school of choice, where acceptance is typically based on the results of the SSLC examination. Therefore, the SSLC is often regarded as the first important examination that a student undertakes.