Updated: April 30, 2019 2:18:13 pm
Karnataka SSLC 10th Result 2019: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has announced the results for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination today. Over 8.41 lakh students registered for the SSLC examination. KSEEB conducted the exam from March 21 to April 4 in the state. At the press conference, the KSEEB officials have announced the pass percentage which is 73.7.
The pass percentage of SC category students is 75.01 while for ST stands at 77.27, others at 80.09. Area-wise, the urban students pass percentage has seen a slight increase of 70.05 per cent, it was 69.38 pass percent last year. The rural category students score 76.67 per cent, last year they got 74 per cent.
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When and where to check Karnataka SSLC 10th results 2019
The result will be declared on April 30 at 12 pm. Last year, the SSLC results were announced on May 7. All the students who had appeared for the examination can check the results through the official website, kseeb.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in and results.nic.in.
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As per an official website, results.gov.in, the class 10 result will be announced by KSEEB on April 29 by 10 am. However, as per a released accessed by the indianexpress.com, the SSLC result will be out by 12 pm tomorrow.
Karnataka SSLC Stats-
Total Candidates – 8,41,666
Appeared – 825,468
Total pass % – 73.7%
Aided – 77.21%
Unaided – 82.72%
Girls – 79.59%
Boys – 68.46%
Karnataka SSLC 10th result 2019: How to check result online?
Step 1: To know your results, wait for them to be declared and visit the official website (karresults.nic.in).
Step 2: Click on the notification on the home page for the Karnataka SSLC results 2019
Step 3: You would be required to fill in your roll number and other details in the fields provided.
Step 4: Submit this information and download a copy of your results.
Step 5: Take a print out of the results sheet for further reference.
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Last year, the Udupi district had topped among all the districts with 84.23 pass per cent while Yadgir scored least with (74.84 per cent). Udipi’s pass percentage had increased by 3.95 per cent when compared to last year.
Rural students had also performed better and scored 74 pass percentage while the urban students were at 69.38 per cent. Similarly, the government school students have registered 75.12 pass percentage while the private school students are at 83.05 per cent. Aided schools have secured 76.27 pass percentage.
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