December 5, 2020 11:25 pm

Kerala SSLC Result 2018 declared with 97.84% students passed: Live Updates

The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan Board much awaited Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination result for March 2018 has been declared on Thursday.

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declared: The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan Board much awaited Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination result for March 2018 has been declared on Thursday. As many as 97.84 percentage students have passed the examinations. Now, all the students who had appeared for Kerala Board SSLC examination can go to the official website of Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan Board at to check Kerala SSLC Result 2018. The Kerala Board conducted the SSLC Exams 2018 from March 7 to March 28, 2017.

To check Kerala SSLC Result 2018, a student needs to click on the SSLC option in the left sidebar under RESULT section on the website. This will take them to a page having details such as “SSLC Examination March 2018 Result”. Once you click on this link it will take you to Kerala SSLC Result 2018 page. On the result page, the student should enter their registration number and date of birth to check their marks.

This year as many as 4.41 lakh students have appeared for the Kerala Board SSLC exam and 2,751 are private. Among the regular students’ category, 2.16 lakh are girls. Last year, the results were declared on May 5, 2017. The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) and Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan Board had announced the results on or This year too result will be available on all these websites.

To avoid any inconvenience to students, the result will also be available on and Even then if students are not able to see their results, they should not panic. Instead, they should wait for some time before they try to access the site again. In order to make things a little more easier, the state government has come up with an App known as the Saphalam app that can be downloaded from the Google Play store.

Saphalam 2018 is a application runs on the Android-based device for checking Kerala SSLC results. Simply install the app on google play store and open to finding SSLC result. Students can check school wise and name wise (individual) mark list from the same App. Register number and date of birth are mandatory to check individual result. In the case of school wise result, school code of the respective school is required to check. Date of birth of the student is not required if you are going to check the full list of school’s candidate and their scores.

Steps to check Kerala SSLC Result 2018

Step 1: Go to the official websites –, and

Step 2: Go to Result section on the website, then click on SSLC

Step 3: Fill in your Registration Number and Date of Birth

Step 4: The SSLC results 2018 will include information about your Hall Ticket Number, Name of the Student, Grade Points

Step 5: Take print out of the result for future reference

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