Kerala Board of State Education will soon issue the activated link of Kerala SSLC Results 2017, which are likely on May 5, 2017. Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Class 10 Result 2017 is expected to be out soon at the official portal. Till now, no official update has been made by the Kerala Board regarding the declaration of the result. But as per sources, the result will be declared soon and candidates will be able to download online. Sources, however have revealed that the SSLC and THSLC (10th and 12th) Results are likely before the expected date and might release on May 5, Friday – Update. Kerala SSLC Results 2017 for class 10th on Saphalam App: Steps on how to download the app and check results here Also Read - Aadai Star Amala Paul Sets Fans Drooling Over Hot Vacay Pictures From Venice of East And we Don't Blame Them!
The Kerela Board Class 10 Result 2017 were commenced from March 8, 2017 to March 23, 2017 at the various 2903 centres in Kerala in which approximately 4,61,542 candidates appeared in the exam. The aspirants who appeared on Kerala SSLC Class 10 Board Exam 2017 were curious to know their performance in the exam. The candidates need to keep a vigil eye over the official websites www.kerala.gov.in or www.keralaresults.nic.in. The results of Kerala SSLC exam will also be available at keralapareekshabhavan.in. (ALSO READ: Kerala SSLC Exam 2017: Results to be declared in the first week of May at the official website keralaresults.nic.in) Also Read - Kerala Government Ropes in KPMG, Tata Projects to Rebuild Flood-battered State
As per data available, approximately 4.6 lakh candidates appeared for Kerala SSLC Exams in 2017 and are now awaiting the results of the SSLC exam. The SSLC exams were conducted between 1:45 pm and 3:30 pm. The first paper of Kerala SSLC Exams will be of First Language. In the regular stream, SSLC examination will be conducted in written examination consisted of 9 papers. The Kerala SSLC mark sheets will carry grades instead of scores while the grading will be done in 9 point scale. Also Read - Robot Bandicoot Will Make Kerala India's First Manual Scavenging-Free State
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