Updated: August 10, 2021 9:17:20 am
Karnataka KSEEB SSLC 10th Result 2021: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination (KSEEB) and Primary and Higher Secondary Education Minister BC Nagesh declared the SSLC or class 10 examination results on August 9. The SSLC exams were held in an offline mode earlier in July. This year, 99.99 per cent students have been declared pass. The students can log into the official websites – karresults.nic.in, sslc.karnataka.gov.in.
A total of 1796 students have secured 100 percent marks in mathematics, 910 have scored 100 per cent in science and as many as 4,171 students got a perfect score in social science.
As many as 1.28 lakh students have secured the ‘A ‘ grade while a total of 157 students have secured 625/625 marks in the SSLC examinations 2021.
To clear the SSLC examination, students need to score at least 35 per cent in aggregate or 210 out of 600 marks. To obtain a pass certificate, they also need to secure at least 70 marks in the language exam.
Karnataka KSEEB SSLC class 10 result 2021: How to check scores
Step 1: Visit the official websites mentioned above kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the SSLC result link
Step 3: Fill in your roll number or registration number (mentioned on admit card)
Step 4: Scores will appear on the next page, download and get a printout for future reference.
A petition was earlier filed against the state’s decision to hold offline SSLC exams, which was dismissed by the Karnataka High Court.
The KSEEB held offline exams earlier in July amid rising Covid-19 fears.
The examination pattern had slightly changed this year with students giving answers to Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and writing combined exams in 2 phases — one day for core subjects like maths, science and social science while day 2 was for language subjects.
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