Kerala Board SSLC Result 2017
Kerala Board SSLC Result 2017: The Department of General and Higher Education is the Government of Kerala‘s body for higher education. Kerala Department of Education is in charge of conducting SSLC Examination in Kerala State. Usually SSLC Examination is taken place in March and results are announced on April or May. In 2017, SSLC results are announced on April 28.
Students appeared for Kerala SSLC Exam 2017 are eagerly waiting for the Kerala SSLC Result 2017 can check their result by name and roll number wise. We will update the result here as soon as it will be available on the official website. It is expected that, this year around 5 lakh students will appear in the examination. Last year the numbers of appearing students were around more than 4 lakh.
Step by step guide to check Kerala SSLC Result 2017
Step 1 : Visit the Kerala Board official website : keralaresults.nic.in
Step 2 : Click on the SSLC Result 2017 link.
Step 3 : Enter your Registration Number,Name or Roll Number.
Step 4 : Now click on the submit button
Step 5 : You can find your results on new screen.
Kerala SSLC Exam 2017 Timetable:
|Mar 9, 2017||First language part I||1.45 PM to 3.30 PM|
|Mar 10,2017||First language part II||1.45 PM to 3.30 PM|
|Mar 14, 2017||Second language – English||1.45 PM to 4.30 PM|
|Mar 15, 2017||Third Language/General knowledge||1.45 PM to 3.30 PM|
|Mar 16, 2017||Social Science||1.45 PM to 4.30 PM|
|Mar 17, 2017||Mathematics||1.45 PM to 4.30 PM|
|Mar 21, 2017||Physics||1.45 PM to 3.30 PM|
|Mar 22, 2017||Chemistry||1.45 PM to 3.30 PM|
|Mar 23, 2017||Biology||1.45 PM to 3.30 PM|
|Mar 28, 2017||Information Technology (IT)||1.45 PM to 3.00 PM|
About Kerala Board SSLC Result 2017
About SSLC Result Kerala 2017: SCERT (Kerala) functions as an R&D institute at the state level by providing guidance, support and assistance to the State Education Department in its endeavor to improve the quality of elementary and secondary education and teacher education. To achieve this goal, the SCERT conducts research Studies, develops information systems, curricular policies, and instructional materials and co-ordinates in-service education for teachers at all levels. SCERT is concerned with the academic aspects of school education including formulation of curriculum, preparation of textbooks, teachers’ handbooks and teacher training. It advises the Government on policy matters relating to school education. The academic activities and programmes of SCERT are carried out by the various departments / units. SCERT plans and co-ordinates all academic projects and programmes in the state.