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Home / Education / Kerala SSLC result 2018 out, 97.84% students pass, here’s direct link to check

Kerala SSLC result 2018 out, 97.84% students pass, here’s direct link to check

Kerala SSLC result: Kerala’s department of higher secondary education declared the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10 board examination results on May 3.

education Updated: May 11, 2018 00:03 IST
Ramesh Babu
Ramesh Babu
Hindustan Times
The Kerala  SSLC or Class 10 board examination result was announced on May 3, 2018.
The Kerala SSLC or Class 10 board examination result was announced on May 3, 2018. (PTI file photo)

Kerala SSLC result 2018: Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10 board examination result was declared on Thursday. Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan announced the result at the following websites: www.kerala.gov.in, result.inc.in, kbpe.org and keralapareekhabhawan.in

Students can check their results directly by clicking here. The result websites may take some time to load due to heavy traffic. Students are advised to keep checking.

Hindustantimes

Here’s how to check the result: Log on to result.kerala.gov.in and select result type. Enter your register no, date of birth and click on get result. The result will be displayed on the screen. Take a printout and save it on your computer.

Education Minister Prof C Raveendrantha announced the result on May 3. 97.84% students passed this year as compared to 95.98% in 2017. 517 schools got cent per cent marks and Ernakulam district was first in pass per centage, with Wayanad being the last. Malappuram got maximum distinction (A Plus).

More than 4,40,000 students appeared for the Kerala Class 10 board examination. The process of evaluating the answer sheets of the exam, which began on March 4 and ended on March 27 this year, started in the first week of April.