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Karnataka SSLC Result 2018: The result of SSLC Class 10 examination has been released by the Karnataka Secondary education Examination Board (KSEEB) today, on May 7, by primary and secondary education department principal secretary, Shalini Rajneesh. All those students who have appeared for the same can check their respective scores at the official website — karresults.nic.in. In case due to heavy traffic, if candidates face problem opening the website, they can also check the results at examresults.net.
Out of 8.38 lakh students who appeared for the exam, 6.02 lakh students have passed their SSLC exams. The results were announced by Principal Secretary of the Department of Primary and Secondary Education, Shalini Rajaneesh. The girls have outperformed boys by scoring a pass percentage of 78.01 per cent while boys were at 66.56 per cent.
Last year, the SSLC results were announced on May 13, and the pass percent dipped by 4.82 compared to last year. The overall pass percentage for this year’s class 12 exams was at 52.38, while last year it was 57.20. Earlier, Education Minister Tanveer Sait had earlier said, “We are delighted to announce that the exams were conducted smoothly across 2,817 examination centres in the state. Starting next year, a separate examination board will conduct the SSLC and second PU exams,” said Education Minister.
Karnataka SSLC Result 2018: Candidates need to check result by visiting the official website mentioned above and then click on ‘Karnataka SSLC results 2018’ flashing on the homepage. Enter your roll number and check result.
The examination was conducted across 2,817 examination centres in the state in the month of March of this year. The exams were held in two sessions, the forenoon session from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and afternoon session from 2 pm to 5.15 pm. A total of 51 candidates were debarred from examinations for indulging in malpractices. A total of 2.73 per cent students did not appear in the examinations, as per the state education board.
This year, the first rank is shared by Yashas MS, a student of Mysuru’s Sadvidya High School and Sudarshan KS from Bengaluru’s Holy Child English school. Like the previous year, girls have outperformed boys in Class 10 board exam. The pass percentage of girls is 78.01 per cent and that for the boys, it is 66.56.