Kerala SSLC results 2018 LIVE Updates: The Kerala Board declared Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations result on Thursday on its official websites - keralaresults.nic.in and kerala.gov.in. SSLC result 2018 can also be checked on kerala.gov.in, keralaresults.nic.in, results.itschool.gov.in, cdit.org, prd.kerala.gov.in.
Kerala SSLC results 2018 LIVE Updates: The Kerala Board declared Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations result on Thursday on its official websites – keralaresults.nic.in and kerala.gov.in. The pass percentage for Kerala SSLC is 97.84 per cent this year. The result is also available on various partner websites – kerala.gov.in, keralaresults.nic.in, results.itschool.gov.in, cdit.org, prd.kerala.gov.in, results.nic.in, educationkerala.gov.in and examresults.net/kerala. The Kerala SSLC exam 2018 started from March 7 and concluded on March 28. This year about 4.41 lakh students had appeared for the SSLC exam and 2,751 are private. Among the regular students’ category, 2.16 lakh are girls. 4,31,762 students have qualified the exam and can now take admission in higher studies.
Here are Kerala SSLC results 2018 LIVE Updates:
11:20 AM: Among districts, Ernakulam district has given the best performance with 99.12 per cent. The district which came last is Wayanad, with 93.87 per cent.
11:02 AM: The Kerala SSLC result is also available on keralaparikshabhavan.in. Meanwhile, the app will give a detailed analysis of results at school, educational district, and revenue district levels, info-graphics, subject-based analysis and study reports.
10:54 AM: It is being reported that 4,31,762 students have qualified the exam and can now take admission in higher studies. The overall pass percentage is nearly 6 per cent higher than previous year’s 91.58. A total of 34,313 students got A+ in all subjects.
10:52 AM: The result is available on keralaresults.nic.in and kerala.gov.in. The websites may not open due to heavy traffic and in that case, students can check result on indiaresults.com and examresults.net.
10:50 AM: The Kerala SSLC 2018 results have been declared on the official wesbite. The students can now check their result.
Kerala SSLC results 2018 live at 10:40 AM: Stay tuned as we bring you more live updates from SSLC result 2018. Kerala students will get their result in the next few minutes.
Kerala SSLC results 2018 live at 10:32 AM: The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan has called a press conference at 10:30 AM to declare SSLC result 2018. So, the students can expect their marks to be uploaded anytime after that.
10:29 AM: About 4.57 lakh students appeared in the SSLC examination 2017 in Kerala with a total of 20,967 students secured A+ in all subjects (which is 4.6 per cent of the total students)
SSLC examination result live at 10:27 AM: It is being reported that Kerala SSLC results 2018 can be declared any moment now. Stay tuned as we bring you all the live updates.
10:20 AM: The students will also be able to check Kerala examination result through the official app. The app is called ‘Saphalam’ and is available for download from Google Playstore.
10:10 AM: This year, DHSE has to re-conduct the Maths paper due to paper leak. The mathematics examination held on March 20 was cancelled after authorities found similarities between question in the examination paper and those in the model question paper of Merit.
How to check Kerala SSLC results 2018:
1. Go to the official websites – keralaresults.nic.in and kerala.gov.in.
2. Look for a link that says SSLC Results 2018.
3. Fill in your Registration Number and Date of Birth and any other details required.
4. The SSLC results 2018 will include information like your Hall Ticket Number, Name of the Student, Grade Points.
5. Take print out of the result for future reference.
Why is SSLC important?
Secondary School Leaving Certificate or 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 score in this exam helps students to get admission to a higher secondary school of choice, where acceptance is typically based on the results of the SSLC examination.