SSLC Exam 2017
According to Kerala Education department, the Indian system of education fundamentally consists of five years of primary schooling, followed by five years of secondary schooling. The SSLC must be obtained at the end of term of study at the secondary school, after which a student can study at a higher secondary school, which is sometimes called a Pre-University Course (PUC), for two years.
SSLC is often regarded as the first important examination that a student undertakes.
SSLC Result 2017 Publication
After all the controversies 2017 SSLC Class 10 examination results are likely to be publish on May 5 Friday afternoon at 2:00 pm. According to sources, the evaluation is over and the department is ready to release the results by May 5. The results of Kerala SSLC will be coming 10 days late as the the education department announced Kerala SSLC results on April 26 last year.
As many as 4,55,906 regular students and 2,588 private students had appeared for the Kerala SSLC exams this year across 2,933 centres in Kerala and nine centres in Lakshadweep and the Gulf region.
Moreover this is the First SSLC Class 10 Result to be publish after the in charge of LDF government. During the rule of UDF government the Result publishing stirred up with controversies. During that time some even claim that the record pass percentage is just the government’s attempt to prove the state’s education system is the best, while others have raised complaints regarding the accuracy of the grades. We hope for a controversy less result publication.
The Examination Pass Board meeting will be held tomorrow and the result will be publishing on time.
The exams were started on March 8 with First Language papers and concluded with Mathematics paper, which was postponed due to paper leakage.
Cancellation of Mathematics Exam
Virtually admitting that there was leakage of the SSLC mathematics question paper, the government has decided to cancel the examination held on March 20 and conduct a re-examination. Kerala Education Minister Prof C Ravindranath ordered for vigilance probe on the basis of the report filed by General Education Secretary Usha Titus in this matter. The report also recommended a detailed investigation into the matter.
The decision of cancelling the examination held on March 20 was taken by a meeting convened by Education Minister C. Ravindranath to discuss the alleged leakage of as many as 13 questions figuring in the question paper. The meeting also entrusted the General Education Secretary to probe the issue further.
During the investigation, it was found that an alleged nexus between 2 teachers, who set the question paper, and a private tuition centre in Malappuram led to the leak.
State education secretary Usha Titus, who submitted a report to the government, recommended many changes in the present system and favoured an expert committee to overhaul examination sector.
Anyhow after all the controversial acts the Kerala ministry of education is ready to announce the Result Tomorrow.
Last year, the results were declared on April 27 and the pass percentage was 96.59%.
These are the websites where the results are published:
Steps to download the Kerala SSLC exam results 2017:
– Go to the official website for the examination (keralapareekshabhavan.in) or one of the links provided above.
– Click on the link to the results page for the SSLC exams which would be available on the sites mentioned.
– Enter your details in the fields provided and submit this information.
– Download the results and take a print out of the same for further reference.