May 3, 2017: Kerala SSLC Exam Results 2017 are likely to be declared today May 4, 2017. The students will be able to check the results at the official website. The aspirants will be required to login to the official website. The results of Kerala SSLC Exam Results 2017 can also access the results at and There are more than 5 lakh students had appeared for the exams. It is expected that the pass percentage will improve. Sources suggest updates by 12 noon today at the official website. Also Read - Kerala SSLC Revaluation SAY Results Spell 1 2017 Declared: Check results at official website or

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This year there are approximately 4, 55,906 regular students and 2,588 private students appeared for the Kerala SSLC exam which was conducted in March. The Kerala SSLC exam 2017 was conducted at 2,933 centres in the state and 9 centres in Lakshadweep and the Middle-East region. The results were delayed after the mathematics question paper was leaked and the exam was rescheduled. Approximately 4.6 lakh candidates appeared for Kerala SSLC Exams in 2017 and are now awaiting the results of the SSLC exam. Also Read: Kerala Board SSLC 10th and THSLC 12th Results 2017 likely to release on May 4, update: How to check online Also Read - Kerala SSLC SAY Notification, Re-appear in 2 papers to apply for Plus 2 in June 2017

The Kerala SSLC exam was conducted on March 20 and was rescheduled it for March 30. However, a vigilance inquiry was set into the paper leak. In 2016,  the Kerala SSLC results were declared on April 27 and the pass percentage was 96.59%. Pareeksha Bhavan is the office of Commissioner of Government Examinations. The board also conducts various types of examinations such as SSLC, ALEVEL, TTC, KGTE,KTET and THSLC. The SCERT conducts research studies, develops information systems, curricular policies, and instructional materials; and co-ordinates in-service education for teachers at all levels. Also Read - Kerala class 10 Result 2017 Declared: Check Kerala SSLC Results or score online at official website