The Kerala SSLC Examination results have been published on April 27, 2016, at 11:00 a.m. The officials have confirmed this news in Pareeksha Bhavan.

This year 96.59% students have qualified. Two percent less than last year.

Candidates who have appeared for 10h exams can view their marks by visiting the official website Keralaresults.nic.in.

Earlier, many reports claimed that this year's result declaration may get delayed due to administrative issues. But, Educational Minister P K Abdu Rabb rubbished all these rumors and made it clear that the announcement will be made on time.

Around 4,76,373 students attended this year's test.

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The Kerala Educational Board is known for being liberal in valuation, and it has resulted in the rise of pass percentage in the last few years.

The answer paper checking sessions were conducted from April 01 - 12 at 54 centers all around the state.

Last year, the winning percentage was a mammoth 95.47, and many experts criticized this move and indicated that it will deteriorate the overall educational standards of the state.

Many students passed the examination with moderation, but this time, the Government has decided to stop this system.

14,802 students secured A+ in all subjects in 2014 - 2015, and this count is supposed to get increased in this year. 

Last year, Kannur was the topper among districts with a success percentage of 97.99, while Palakkad was at the bottom with 93.

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Scroll down to know the step by step procedure to access the scorecard. Students should first visit the official site of Pareeksha Bhavan. You will be then asked to enter the roll number.

Upon entering the registration number, you will get rerouted to the results page. After accessing the result, you should take a print out for further use.

The date of the +2 results in the state will be announced soon.

The 10th results of other States like Karnataka, Bihar, Delhi, Maharastra, Uttar Pradesh and Tamilnadu will be published in the coming days.

At this moment, we now convey our 'Good Luck' to all candidates who are awaiting this most anticipated exam verdict. #Education