Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018

Jan. 23, 2018 4428 yogesh

Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018: Kerala Secondary Education Board is expected to announce the Kerala Board 10th Result 2018 in the third week of May 2018. The Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 will be declared in an online mode. This year, the Kerala Board will conduct the SSLC (Class 10) exams from March 7 to March 26. More than 6 lakh aspirants will be appearing for the exams. Once, the exams are over, the students will be waiting for the results. In order to facilitate an easy access to the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018, a direct link will be provided here on this page. In order to check the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018, a candidate will have to enter the credentials such as the roll number and date of birth. After the declaration of the results, a student will be able to check his/her passing status and marks/grades obtained. The students can read this article to be aware of the steps to check the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018, its salient features, release date and date sheet of the exams.

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Kerala SSLC Result 2018 – Release Date

The following table shows the dates on which the Kerala Board Class 10 exam is likely to be held and the date of release of the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018:

S.No. 
Event
Date(s)
1.
Kerala Board SSLC Exam
March 7 to March 26, 2018
2.
Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018
1st week of May 2018

Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 – at a Glance

  • The Kerala Board 10th Result is the yardstick which helps a candidate to judge his performance in the exam in terms of marks obtained in theory and practical subjects, maximum marks, and equivalent grade.
  • It also provides a huge platform to the candidates to choose the stream in class 11th as per their choice.
  • A candidate would be termed as ‘pass’ if he/she scores minimum marks in theory as well as practical subjects.
  • The Board would issue the original mark sheet and pass certificate after one month from the date of declaration of the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2017 in the official website of the Board.
  • Candidate can collect the same after marking signature on acknowledgment register at the school in which he/she has been enrolled.

Procedure to check the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018


The steps to check the Kerala Board 10th Result have been provided below:
  • Click on the direct link which will be hosted on our website.
  • Find the link ‘SSLC March 2018 Results’ and click on it.
  • Enter the roll number and press the submit button.
  • The Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 will be highlighted on the screen.
  • Take a printout of the mark sheet and save it for future reference

Kerala Board SSLC Exam 2018 Date Sheet
 

Kerala Board has declared the date sheet of SSLC Exam 2018. For the convenience of the students, we have provided the date sheet in a tabular form:
 

S.No. Date and Day Subject
1.
7 March, Wednesday
First Language Paper 1
2.
8 March, Thursday
First Language Paper 2
3.
12 March, Monday
Second Language
4.
13 March, Tuesday
Hindi 
5.
15 March, Thursday
Physics
6.
19 March, Monday
Mathematics
7.
21 March, Wednesday
Chemistry
8.
22 March, Thursday
Biology
9.
26 March, Monday
Social Science

Statistics of the Previous Years’ Kerala Board SSLC Result

The following table shows the pass percentage and boys’ and girls’ pass percentage and the number of students appeared for the exam.

Year Overall Pass % Boys’ Pass % Girls’ Pass % No. of Examinees
2013 93.64 93.56 94.56 4,69,919
2014 94.17 94 95.35 4,42,000
2015 98.57 94.44 96.53 4,68,243
2016 96.59     4,72,921
2017 95.98%     4,55,906
  • The above table shows that the overall pass percentage has been increasing consistently except in the year 2016 when it declined by 2%.
  • According to the data available, the girls have been outperforming the boys.
  • Both the boys’ and girls’ pass percentages have been increasing consistently for the first three years for which data is available.
  • The total no. of examinees declined in the year 2014, but in 2015 and 2016, it increased. However, in 2017, it declined once again.

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