Kerala SSLC Result 2018 has been announced on the official website. Candidates can check their results from http://kbpe.org
Kerala SSLC result 2018 has been announced on the official website today. Candidates who appeared for the exam can check their Kerala SSLC results while reaching out to the official website http://kbpe.org. The result has been great. A whopping 97.84 percent students have cleared the exam.
The education minister, C Raveendranath, announced the result at a press conference, which was held in Thiruvananthapuram on May 3, 2018. A total of 441103 students appeared for the Kerala SSLC exam out of which, 431162 have been declared eligible for the higher studies. The pass percentage in 2017 was 95.98 percent.
Steps to check Kerala SSLC Result 2018
- Candidates who want to check their Kerala SSLC 2018 result without wasting too much of time and efforts can consider following the easy steps we have mentioned hereunder.
- First thing first, candidates need to reach out to the official website http://kbpe.org that is.
- As the page downloads, candidates can find Kerala SSLC result link and click on it.
- A new page will download where candidates need to fill in the required details like roll number etc.
- When done, now click on the ‘Submit’ button.
- The result will appear on the computer screen.
Candidates should consider downloading, saving and taking printouts of Kerala SSLC 2018 marks sheet. Taking printout out of the marks sheet will help students apply for various competitive exams or complete their other education related queries. The mark sheet will work as provision certificate until the original one reaches the concerned school.
Candidates can also access Kerala SSLC 2018 result via mobile application Saphalam 2018 and also use the Android app ‘PRD Live’ that public relations department runs. Both the applications can be easily found and downloaded from the Google Play store on the phones as well tabs.
Kerala SSLC 2018 exam was conducted from March 7 to March 28, 2018 at nearly 2935 exam centres. Out of the total number of students who qualified for the higher studies, 34313 students secured A+ for all subjects, which is far higher than the figure of 20967 last year.