Kerala SSLC Results 2017 are expected on the first week of May 2017. The valuation camps of SSLC Answer sheets are started in different parts of Kerala. It will take two, three weeks to get the final marks and to complete tabulation process. Kerala SSLC Results 2017 will be available after the process of valuation of answer sheets completed.
There are nearly 4 lakh students appeared for SSLC 2017 examination. SSLC 2017 was conducted in all high schools in Kerala and selected schools in Middle east countries like Dubai, UAE, Saudi Arabia etc.
For past years the SSLC results arrive on April. But on 2017 the evaluation of answer sheets got a delay. This delay will reflect on the announcement of results also. So Kerala SSLC Results 2017 are expected on the first week of May 2017.
How to check SSLC Results 2017
A set of official websites publishes Kerala SSLC results in 2017. IT@school setup a result website with Keralapareekshabhavan. Also, official websites of NIC (National Informatics Center) are providing SSLC results to avoid the huge traffic at the time of announcement of Results.
Official Websites of Kerala SSLC Results 2017
To check SSLC Result the candidate must use the Registration Number. log on to the websites given above and then enter the Register Number. Then click on get the result. The SSLC Results with marks on different subjects will get on the screen. Student can get a printout of the results for further reference.
For more details read the SSLC Notification on keralapareekshabhavan website.
About Kerala SSLC Examination
Kerala SSLC is the certificate which is obtained by getting a pass mark on the SSLC Examination conducted by Kerala Govt. Education Board. The SSLC Examination is conducted in the schools affiliated with Kerala Govt. And examination question papers and evaluation are done by the Education Department. This is the basic requirement to get an admission to the higher secondary school in Kerala. The admission is based on the marks obtained in SSLC Examination. Therefore, the SSLC is often regarded as the first important examination that a student undertakes.