Kerala SSLC Result 2016 online: Ending the wait of lakhs of students, the SSLC exam results will be announced by Kerala chief secretary P.K. Mohanty at 11.00 am today. The chief secretary will hand over the result to V.S. Senthil, additional chief secretary, General Education Department, at a press meet here. Usually, the education minister annouces the result. With the model code of conduct of in place in the state for the upcoming assembly elections, the chief secretary will be doing this job this time. The IT@School has set in place several measures to help the students and parents get the results soon after the announcement.
SSLC Result 2016 Kerala Board (Class 10th Kerala Board Results 2016): Officials from Pareekshabhavan have confirmed that Kerala SSLC Exam results 2016 will be announced on 27 April, 2016 at 3 p.m. Kerala 10th (SSLC) Exam results will be made available to the student on official Kerala Pareekshabhavan Site and Kerala results site keralaresults.nic.in, results.kerala.nic.in and http://keralapareekshabhavan.in/
Earlier in the month, rumours regarding a possible delay in the result declaration had been a cause of serious concern among the students awaiting the announcement of Kerala SSLC Results 2016. Kerala's SSLC (class 10) examinations were conducted by the Office of the Commissioner for Government Examinations, Pareekshabhavan from 9 - 23 March, 2016 for 4,76,373 students across 2,903 centres in Kerala.
The Kerala SSLC exam result 2016 of nearly 4.7 lakh students will be available on the official Kerala Pareekshabhavan Site (http://keralapareekshabhavan.in)and Kerala results site (keralaresults.nic.in and results.kerala.nic.in)
The evaluation of the SSLC answer sheets of the 2016 Kerala SSLC exams were done from 1 - 12 April, 2016 across 54 valuation camps and the Kerala SSLC exam results 2016 were expected to be released on Wednesday, 27 April, 2016.
As many as 4.42 lakh students have been declared eligible for higher studies in the Kerala SSLC examinations 2014, The success rate in 2014 touched 95.47 per cent, an increase of 1.3 percentage points over the 2013’s figure. But, those declared eligible for higher studies dipped from l2013’s 4.51 lakh.
In 2014, 14,802 students secured A+ in all subjects, 4,729 more than the corresponding figure for 2013. In 2013, 10,073 students secured A+ in all subjects.
In 2015, Among revenue districts, Kannur has got the highest pass percentage at 97.99%, while Palakkad recorded the least at 93.42%. The valuation camp began on 31 March 2015 and ended on 16 April 2015. In 2015, the state completed all valuation related tasks, including tabulation at a record pace. In 2014, a total of 4.64 lakh students appeared for the exams, of which 4.42 lakh passed, representing a win percentage of 95.47.
The SSLC exam results 2016 will be released from the Secretariat by Kerala's Education Minister, Mr. P K Abdu Rabb by 3 pm and will be accessible to students soon after that on official website keralaresults.nic.in
The Office of the Commissioner for Government Examinations - Pareeksha Bhavan is located in Thiruvananthapuram and conducts Kerala's Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC)/ class 10) examination every year.
The result of Kerala SSLC Class 10th Examination 2016 can be accessed by visiting the official website which is keralaresults.nic.in. Students need to enter their roll number in the space provided. Thereafter, students would have to click on the submit button. The result can be accessed soon the screen. Students should save the hard copy and take it’s print out for future reference.
For the 2014 - 20-15 academic year, the Kerala Class 10th results were declared within 19 days of the exam by the Office of the Commissioner of Government Examinations, Kerala. For the academic year 2014-2015, the Kerala SSLC pass percentage was 97.99%, which was one of the best performance in any state education board exam. The pass percentages are expected to be exemplary in this year's SSLC exam result 2016 of Kerala as well.
The Kerala Pareeksha Bhawan conducts the Kerala SSLC Exam twice a year. The first exam is held in the month of March and later in May/June for candidates who could not clear it in the first attempt.