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Kerala SSLC exam results 2017 to be out today


Around 4,58,494 students appeared for the Kerala SSLC examination this year.

In contrast to this, many other media reports claimed that the results of Kerala SSLC Class X and THSLC Private Examination would be declared on Friday May 04, 2017. The Secondary School Leaving Certificate which is known as SSLC, Kerala in short; is actually the class 10th Exams for Students of Kerala.

Click on the SSLC result link. Students who had written the exam are eagerly waiting for the Kerala SSLC Result 2017.

Here's how students can check their results online.

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The Board of Secondary Education is expecting the result more than 95% of SSLC students.

Kerala government is the state education body of India and this is the institute which conducts dozen of exams every year for the board study among the kids. The result has been hosted on the web portal of the Board. All the private and regular candidates can check their results from the official website. The results are also available on the Saphalam app on Google's Play Store and on www.keralaresults.nic.in, www.kerala.gov.in and keralapareekshabhavan.in. Accordingly it was expected that the Kerala SSLC Class X Results 2017 would also be declared in April last week. A large number of candidates who are studying 10th Class in Kerala state appeared for the exams. The board has conducted this exam as well as the previous years at 2,942 centres in Kerala State, the Gulf, and Lakshadweep islands.

Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan successfully conducted SSLC Kerala exams in the month of March 2017. At least 11 questions of the model exam were repeated in the final paper which triggered a controversy. It later announced a vigilance inquiry into the paper leak.

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