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Karnataka SSLC results are likely to be released today on 12th May at 3 pm

Karnataka SSLC results are likely to be released today on 12th May at 3 pm
Written by Pallavi Parmar

The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) SSLC results are likely to be released today on 12th May at 3 pm. Students who have appeared for Karnataka SSLC exams 2017 can check their results on the official website today at 3 pm on kseeb.kar.nic.in. Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board came into existence in the year 1966, since then it has been conducting SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) and other examinations. The board conducts the examination every year in April and June in which total 10 lakh students appear for the SSLC examination.

Here are the steps to check Karnataka SSLC results

  1. To check KSEEB SSLC results in 2017 visit their official website kseeb.kar.nic.in
  2. Then Click on the notification on the home page for the Karnataka SSLC Results 2017
  3. Fill up your roll number and other details in the fields provided
  4. Press enter or click submit to view and download your results
  5. Take out the print out of your results for the future preference

Last year, the overall pass percentage was 79.16 and girls outperformed boys in class 10 examination. Further, the girls secured a pass percentage of 82.62 as against boys who scored 74.84 percent. This year, the SSLC exam was started on March 30 and concluded on April 12. After the exams, the board had made the arrangements for raising objections to the model answers and the window was closed on April 14.

Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board also conducts the supplementary examination for the unsuccessful candidates of the examination of March in the month of June every year itself. According to the board, a notification has said that the grace marks may be awarded if any question is found to be out of syllabus or ambiguous or inconsistent. It shall be the responsibility of the panel for the scheme of evaluation to specifically make a recommendation to the competent authority to include grace marks in the scheme of evaluation in case a question being out of syllabus or ambiguous or inconsistent.

For more updates about Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate results stay tuned with us!!

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.