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Karnataka SSLC Class 10th result 2018; Yashas MS-Sudarshan KS becomes joint topper

Karnataka SSLC Class 10th result 2018; Yashas MS-Sudarshan KS becomes joint topper
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) class 10 board examination results 2018 have been declared. A student of Mysuru’s Sadvidya High School and Bengaluru’s Sudarshan KS of Holy Child English school have become as the joint topper by scoring 625 out of 625 in the examination. These are the only two students to have secured 100 percentile marks in the Karnataka SSLC examinations 2018 conducted by the (KSEEB) Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board. The results of SSLC are available on the official websites of Karnataka Board @kseeb.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in. 

Among the districts, Udupi is top on the passing percentage list with 88.18, Uttara Kannada is on second no with at 88.12 while Yadgir district is at the last of the list with 35.54 percent of students managing to pass Karnataka SSLC exam. In the Urban area of Bengaluru, only 69.38 percent students passed in the SSLC exam. The overall pass percentage is 71.93, announced Primary and Secondary Education Department Principal Secretary Shalini Rajneesh in Bengaluru on Monday. Rural students did better than urban students with a total pass percentage of 74% while the cities and towns students have a pass percentage of just 69.38.

In Karnataka SSLC class 10 board exam, As usual, girls have performed better than boys with 78.01 percent of them managing to pass while 66.56 percent of boys could do so. A total of eight students have got 624 out of 625 while 12 students have got 623 marks in the Karnataka SSLC examinations.

Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board came into continuation in the year 1966 and has been conducting SSLC and other examinations on the regular basis. “Every year in April about 8.50 lakh and in June 1.50 lakh students are appearing for the SSLC examinations,” as per the official website. It further says, “The board has ventured to conduct the additional examination for those students who have been failed in the examinations of March in June month of every year itself. This will enable the students who would be successful in the June examination to join higher education courses in the academic year from July itself. This process was introduced the first time in the country.”

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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