Kerala SSLC Time Table 2019 Released

The exam dates are out for Kerala Board exams. Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan has released the Kerala SSLC Time Table 2019. The time table was released yesterday i.e. on November 01, 2018. According to the date sheet, the exams will begin from March 13 and will end on March 27, 2018. So, the exams will be held for 15 days.

The timings for the different exams are different. The various timing slots are from 1:45 PM to 4:30 PM, from 1:45 PM to 4:00 PM and from 1:45 PM to 3:30 PM. Candidates are advised to check the timings for the respective subjects’ exam.


Candidates who are going to appear for the board exams must download the time table. The students can get the time table from the official website of Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan i.e. keralapareekshabhavan.in. On the homepage, the link is available for Kerala SSLC Time Table 2019 as “SSLC Examination March 2019 Notification Published”. After clicking on the link, the time table will appear to the students. It is available in the pdf format.

The time table is having the name of the conducting body, class name, exam date, exam time, days for the exams, other important instructions.

Last year, the Kerala Board Date Sheet 2018 was released on December 25, 2017. The exams were held from March 07 to March 26, 2018. The timing for the board exams last year were all the same. The exams were conducted from 1:45 pm to 3:30 pm. In 2018, around 4 lakh candidates took part in the exams. In 2107, around 4.5 lakh students gave the exams and the pass percentage in the state was reported to be 95.98.

To pass the Kerala Board exams, the students will have to obtain a minimum of 35 marks out of 100, each subject. To get a better rank in the board exams, the candidates will have to gain marks.

Kerala Plus Two Time Table 2019 is expected to be announced in the month of December 2018. The exams may get started from the first week of March 2019 and end in the fourth week of March 2019.

Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan is the organization which works for SSLC candidates. It works at the state level. There are many numbers of schools are affiliated with Kerala Board. It prescribes the syllabus, curriculum to the affiliated schools. The board also conducts the exams for the SSLC students and after the finish of the exams, the board also declares the result. It aims to provide the quality education to the students of Kerala state. It only handles the activities of class 10. For class 12, there is another board called DHSE. The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education is the board which handles the activities of Plus Two students.