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The Kerala Board has announced the results of Kerala SSLC 2018 for Class 10 and Kerala Plus Two Result for Class 12. The SSLC Class 10 Results were declared by the Board on May 3, 2018, while the Kerala Plus Two Results for Class 12 were declared on May 10, 2018 around 10 am. The Kerala Education Minister C Raveendranath announced the results at a news conference held at Thiruvananthapuram. The Board had conducted the Kerala SSLC Class 10 examinations from March 7 to March 26 and the Kerala DHSE Class 12 examinations from March 3 to March 27.

State

Exam Name

Exam Date

Exam Result Date

Kerala

Kerala SSLC Board Exam

7th March - 26th March

3rd May 2018

Kerala DHSE Board Exam

3rd March - 27th March

10th May 2018

*tentative dates

The Kerala Board 2018 Examination began from 7th March 2018. The HSC or Class 12th Examination started on 3rd March 2018 concluded on 27th March 2018. Earlier, the Kerala Board SSLC exam was scheduled to end on 26th March 2018 but then the examination date of English was changed and rescheduled to 28th March 2018.

The Education Department has also announced special grace marks for selected categories. The Second Language English exam, which was earlier scheduled for March 12th, 2018, will now be held on March 28th, 2018. Meanwhile, afternoon shifts for Class 10 have two timings, i.e. from 1:45 pm to 3:30 pm and 2:45 pm to 4:30 pm.

The circular that was released by the Kerala Board further stated that exam for class 12th will be conducted in the morning shifts. The Kerala government has also got a recommendation from quality improvement council to conduct the SSLC exam in the morning shifts instead of the afternoon shifts. The SSLC exams are being conducted in the afternoon session because of the board is keeping question papers in the bank lockers. The council recommended keeping the questions papers in school itself.

Once the examination will be completed, the evaluation process will begin in full swing. According to some recent media updates, the Kerala SSLC Result 2018 for Class 10th and Kerala Plus Two Result for Class 12th are likely to be announced in the first week of May.

The office of the commissioner of government examinations of Kerala, under the Education Department of Kerala Government is expected to complete the evaluation work of answer sheets for students by the third week of April 2018. But the Kerala Board has not yet released any official notification regarding the declaration date of Kerala SSLC Result 2018 and Kerala Board 12th Result 2018. But once announced officially by the board, the students will be able to check their Kerala Board Result 2018 online on this page.

SSLC and Plus 2 Results 2018 Kerala

The Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10 Exams for this academic year will be held from March 7 to 26. The model exams will be held from February 12 to February 21 while the IT Practical exam will be held from February 22 to March 2, 2018.

The Kerala DHSE has already released the notification and the first year (Plus one, 11th) and second year (Plus two, 12th) Higher Secondary Examinations will be held in March 2018. The Kerala DHSE Class 11 and Class 12 examinations will begin on March 3, 2018 and the exams will conclude on March 27. The Kerala DHSE's Board of Higher Secondary Examinations or Kerala DHSE plus one and plus two March 2018 exam candidates may check the timetable and other examination details here.

  • Second Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2018
  • First Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2018
  • Second Year Higher Secondary SAY/Improvement Examination, May/June 2018
  • First Year Higher Secondary Improvement/Supplementary Examination, July/August 2018
  • Second Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2018 will consist of: Continuous Evaluation (CE), Practical Evaluation (PE) and Terminal Evaluation (TE).
  • First Year Higher Secondary Examination, March 2018 will consist of: Continuous Evaluation (CE) and Terminal Evaluation (TE).

After this, the Kerala SSLC Result and Kerala HSE Result 2018 will be announced in the first week of May 2018. Once announced formally, the Kerala Board Results would be made available online on the official website of the board i.e. www.kerala.gov.in or http://www.jagranjosh.com/results

SSLC & PUC Results Kerala: Result Dates

It will soon be a happy time for Kerala Board students, as the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 and Kerala HSE Result 2018 are expected to be announced on time. The yearlong hard work of Kerala Board students will pay off when they will be able to view their score in the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 or Kerala HSE Result 2018. The DHSE is expected to make the official announcement on the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 or Kerala HSE Result 2018 dates soon.

But the Kerala Board has not yet released any official notification regarding the declaration date of Kerala SSLC Result 2018 and Kerala Board 12th Result 2018. But once announced officially by the board, the students will be able to check their Kerala Board Result 2018 online on this page. Until the official Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 or Kerala HSE Result 2018 declaration dates are announced, the students can keep track of the latest development on Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 and Kerala HSE Result 2018 through Jagran Josh.

You can also register for the email updates and alerts for the upcoming Kerala Board Result by submitting your email id and mobile number on this page. For more information, online checking procedure and other interesting facts about the Kerala Result 2018, please read further.

Kerala Board Result 2017 Statistics

Over the years, Kerala Board Results have set an example for other state boards in terms of performance. Every year more than 10 lakh students participate in the Kerala Board SSLC and HSC examinations and they have performed really well in regards to the overall success percentage. To give a better picture regarding the performance of students in the Kerala SSLC Results and Kerala Plus Two Result, we have provided key statistics below.

In the SSLC Examination 2017, a total of 4,58,494 candidates appeared for the Kerala SSLC Examination. The Kerala SSLC Result 2017 was declared on May 5. The exams were held from March 8, 2017 at 2,933 centres in the state and 9 centres in Lakshadweep and the Gulf region. The overall pass percentage of students who appeared in the Kerala SSLC exam 2017 was 95.98%. 20,967 students or 4.6% students out of total scored A+ grade in their SSLC exams. 1,174 schools recorded a 100% pass percentage in Kerala SSLC Results 2017, of which 405 are government schools. Thiruvananthapuram is the district with the highest pass percentage of 98.82% and Wayanad is the district with the lowest pass percentage of 79.65%.

However, going by the overall pass percentage, the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2017 was no different than 2016. Though 2 per cent lower than 2015, the overall pass percentage in Kerala Board SSLC Result 2016 stood at 96 per cent. The students who were unable to qualify for the Kerala Board SSLC Result in 2017 were given the opportunity to reappear for examination under save a year scheme.

On a similar note, in the HSE Board Exam, around 4,42,434 students appeared for the Kerala DHSE Exam 2017. The Kerala Higher Secondary Exam 2017 was conducted in 2,030 centres across Kerala, three centres in Mahe, nine in Lakshadweep and eight in the Gulf region. A total of 2,050 centres conducted the Kerala DHSE Exam this year. 3,05,262 students passed the Kerala DHSE Exam in 2017 with an overall pass percentage of 83.37%. 11,829 students received A+ grade in the recently released Kerala HSE Results 2017. 83 schools recorded 100% pass percentage in the Kerala DHSE Result 2017.

Out of the 1,95,681 female candidates, 1,75,920 emerged successful with 89.90% pass percentage while from 1,70,458 boys who appeared for the exam 1,29,342 candidates passed with 75.87% pass percentage. The district of Kannur had the highest pass percentage of 87.22%. The district with the lowest pass per cent was Pathanamthitta which stood at 77.65%. This year, there were 83 schools with a pass percentage of 100, of which eight are government schools.

Kerala SSCL & Plus 2 Results 2018: Statistical Highlights from Last Year

 

Kerala Board SSLC Result 2017

Kerala HSE Result 2017

Total students appeared

4,58,494

4,42,434

Total pass students

4,37,156

3,05,262

Overall pass percentage

95.98%

83.37%

Best performing district

Thiruvananthapuram (99.92%)

Kannur (87.22%)

Worst performing district

Wayanad (79.65%)

Pathanamthitta (77.65%)

Going by the above statistics majority of students can expect a great score, however, the individual Kerala Board SSLC Result 2018 or Kerala HSE Result 2018 will depend on their respective performances in the exams.

Kerala SSLC and Plus 2 Result 2018 Tentative Date

The Kerala Board SSLC Result is usually declared around the last week of April and we can confirm this fact based on the previous year trends. However, sometimes the declaration of Kerala Board SSLC Result can be deferred for some time due to unknown factors. Last year, the Kerala Board SSLC Result 2017 was declared on May 5, 2017.

On a similar note, the Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2017 was announced on May 15 after around a month from the date of conclusion of the examinations. By looking at the above scenario, we can conclude that it usually takes around 30-45 days time for the announcement of Kerala Board Plus Two Result from the date of conclusion of the examination. The Kerala Board Plus Two Result 2018 can be expected around the first or second week of May 2018.

How to Check Kerala Board Result 2018

After the official announcement, the students can check the Kerala Board Result for Kerala HSE Result 2018 and Kerala SSLC Result 2018 through the link provided below at the top of this page. To view Kerala SSLC Result 2018 or Kerala HSE Result 2018, the students need to follow the instructions as listed in the Kerala Board Result guide mentioned here.

  • Visit the http://kerala10.jagranjosh.com and http://kerala12.jagranjosh.com
  • Click on direct link for Kerala SSLC Result 2018 or Kerala HSE Result 2018
  • Enter the requisite details i.e. hall ticket number etc
  • Submit the information by clicking on the designated button
  • View and save the Kerala Board Result 2018

Once the students have provided their respective roll numbers in the allocated space, they should be able to view their Kerala Board Result 2018. The Kerala SSLC Result 2018 or Kerala HSE Result 2018 will be available through the above links once the DHSE and the KSEB have officially declared the Kerala Board Result.

After checking their results online, the students should save the soft copy of Kerala SSLC Result 2018/ Kerala HSE Result 2018 for future reference. The original mark sheets will be delivered to the respective schools within the stipulated time after the declaration of Kerala Board Result.

The students who are not happy with their score will also have an option of re-evaluation and re-checking their answer sheets. The students can take benefit of this particular provision by paying a nominal fee and submitting an application through their respective institutions.

About Kerala Board

The Higher Secondary, Secondary and Vocational Higher Education in the state of Kerala is monitored by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE). The DHSE conducts the SSLC examination at the Secondary level and the HSC examination at the Higher Secondary level.

The Directorate of Higher Education was established in the year 1990 in accordance with the National Education Policy, The main goal of the DHSE was to segregate the pre-degree courses from the university education and integrate them under the one single authority. The Vocational Higher Secondary Education scheme was started in 1983-84 with a limited number of courses in 19 selected schools. Later, through the gradual expansion over the period of three decades, the number of associated schools has grown to 389 and more than 45 modernised courses are on offer now.

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