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Karnataka SSLC 10th Result 2019: How to check marks on mobile in 5 easy steps?

Karnataka KSEEB SSLC 10th Result 2019: There are several ways to check the result and individual score. One can visit the official websites or even ask for an SMS alert of their result. In 2018, over 8.35 lakh students appeared for the SSLC exams across 2,817 exam centres in the state.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 1, 2019 10:19:47 am
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Karnataka KSEEB SSLC 10th Result 2019: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination (KSEEB) 2019 has declared the result of SSLC examination today at its official website – and The exams were conducted from March 21 to April 4, 2019. Over 8 lakh students appeared for the class 10 examination. The pass percentage stands at 73.7 per cent for Karnataka SSLC examination 2019. Check Karnataka SSLC 10th Result 2019 LIVE updates here

Karnataka SSLC results witnessed a nominal increase of 1.77 per cent in pass percentage this year, girls continue to outshine boys across categories. Two students — Srujana D (St Philomena English High School, Bangalore) and N Parameshwar Naik (Colaba Vithob Shanbhag, Uttara Kannada) — have topped scoring 625/625. A total of 11 students score 624/625. Meet the topper here.

The other students who ranked second of the Karnataka SSLC 2019 rank list include:

Bhavana U.S. (St John’s High School, Bangalore North)

Bhavana R. (Soundarya High School, Bangalore North)

Sairam S. (Little Lilly’s English High School, Bangalore North)

Harshith C. (Sri Siddaganga English Medium High School, Tumkur)

Sinchana Lakshmi (Vivekananda English Medium High School, Puttur, Mangalore)

Kripa K.R. (Kumaraswamy English High School, Sullia, Mangalore)

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Anupama Kamath (Sri Venkatramana Swamy English High School, Bantwal, Mangalore)

Chinmayi (Vittal Jaycees English Medium High School, Bantwal, Mangalore)

Pragathi M. Gowda (Vijaya High School, Hassan)

Abhin B. (Vijaya High School, Hassan)

More English medium students pass with 80.88 per cent and in Kannada medium 70.19 per cent students passed.

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Earlier, Karnataka PUC-II result was declared by the board. As announced earlier, this year, the Karnataka Board is releasing the result within 26 days after concluding the exam on April 4.

In case the candidates fail in a subject, they can sit for the supplementary examination, dates of which will be announced later. The exam is conducted to help successful students of the supplementary exam join higher education courses in the same academic year.

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Karnataka SSLC result statistics

Total Candidates – 8,41,666
Appeared – 825,468

Govt schools:. 77.84%
Aided – 77.21%
Unaided – 82.72%

Girls – 79.59%
Boys – 68.46%


Karnataka KSEEB SSLC 10th Result 2019: How to check online?

Step 1: Visit the official website
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link SSLC result 2019
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using the roll number
Step 5: Result will appear

Candidates need to download the same. It will act as a provisional mark sheet

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Karnataka KSEEB SSLC 10th Result 2019: How to check via SMS?

Candidates need to send KAR10<space>ROLLNUMBER to 56263 in order to get SMS alert of their result

In 2018, the exam 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 the afternoon session from 2 pm to 5.15 pm.

Last year, 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.

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