Kerala Examination Board have announced the the Kerala SSLC Results 2010.
Candidates who have appeared for the examination can check their Kerala SSLC 2010 results from the official website
Kerala higher secondary results has declared: Kerala 10th Exam Results 2010 (SSLC, OSLC, Matric, AISLC, State Board)TN 10th Results. The result is announced early due to the election result for the Parliament. The Kerala students can obtain the results through internet. According to some sources the results and the Mark list should reach the school within some hours after the results are released.
For those who want to get the result by mobile, they can send sms to 9220092200 in the format “RESULTHSC_Regd_No”. Please note that the sms service will work only after the result is announced and special tariff charges will be application for the same. Please also note that the sms service is NOT provided by the Kerala examination officials.
We strongly suggest the students to stay in-tune with the updates posted on the Government of Kerala, Directorate of Government Examinations official website at
Govt. of Kerala Directorate of Vocational Higher Secondary Education will be declaring the Kerala Vocational Higher Secondary Education (VHSE) Exam Results 2010 on 12.05.2010.
The HSE Results 2010 will also be declared by the Govt. of Kerala Directorate of Vocational Higher Secondary Education.
Candidates would be able to check their results once it has been uploaded by the board. The important links for checking the results are
The aim of the Vocational Education is to develop skills necessary for a candidate so that they can seek a job after passing out the 10+2 stage of Education. This scheme is mainly developed by the students to make them proficient to apply for various occupations after the 10+2 stage. Vocational Higher Secondary Education provides two years course to the students and it provides “Certificate in Vocational Higher Secondary Education” to all the successful candidates. These courses are conducted in a few chosen Technical High Schools and Government high schools. About 25 candidates are given admission by each institution.
Best of Luck for the Results