2018 Declaration of Kerala SSLC Results of Class 10

The Kerala Board of Public Examination is KBPE. The KBPE is also known as the Kerala State Education board or the Kerala Board of Higher Secondary Education.  Recently there was a declaration on the Kerala SSLC results or the Secondary School Leaving Certificate.

The Kerala SSLC results came on this Thursday that is on 3rd May 2018. There was a declaration of the result by the Kerala Board of Higher Secondary Education on the website kbpe.org.

Declaration of the Kerala SSLC results

There was a declaration of the Kerala SSLC result on this Thursday that is on 3rd May 2018. According to the reports, there was a qualification of 97.84 percent of student for the higher education. C Raveendranath is the education minister. He announced the result in a press conference. The press conference took place in Thiruvananthapuram.

About 4, 41,103 students appeared for the Kerala SSLC examination. Among them 4, 31,162 cleared their examination. They are now qualified for higher secondary education. There was was a pass percentage of 95.98 percent last year.

Official website where you can find the Kerala SSLC results

The result is available in the official website of KBPE or Kerala Board of Public Examination. The official website is http://kbpe.org.

Students securing marks depending on the districts

Around 24, 313 students secured A+ for all the subjects of the SSLC examination. About 99.22 percent of students pass the Kerala SSLC examination from the district of Ernakulam. Wayanad district comes last depending on the passing percent. The passing percentage of Wayanad district is 93.87 percent.

Now there is a lot of option for the students. If one wishes to confirm their marks or having confusing of getting better marks then there are options. The options to clear confusion regarding the increasing of individual marks are the scrutiny of answer papers. The scrutiny of the answer paper will start from Friday that is on 5th of May 2018.

According to the verdict of the Education Minister at the Kerala SSLC results conference

C Raveendranath is the Education minister. He gave an announcement on the press conference held in Thiruvananthapuram. There will be enough plus one seat for the persons seeking the higher secondary education opportunities according to the education minister.

The schools are increasing in a number which allows all students in becoming eligible for higher studies. According to the minister the Government is trying to streamline the continuing evaluation system. It assured the faultless of the system in the future.

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