Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has released the SSLC result today at 3 PM. The Karnataka SSLC result is available on the official website karresults.nic.in, kseeb.kar.nic.in. This year, a total of six students from Uttara Kannada, Tumakuru, Bengaluru , Mandya, Dakshina Kannada, Chikkamagaluru secured full marks in the exams obtaining 625 out of 625.
Over eight lakh students, who have taken the class 10th exam this year and were anxiously waiting for their results can now get their results on the official website.
Students can also check it online at examresults.net or indiaresults.com.
While announcing the results, Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said that among the total of 8.11 lakh students who have taken the exam, 71.80% have cleared the SSLC examination. The pass percentage was recorded at 73.70% in 2019.
Moreover, 62 schools across the state have incidentally recorded zero passes.
Students, not satisfied with their marks secured, can apply for re-evaluation of exam answer scripts. Candidates can apply for re-evaluation for one or more subjects. Students should contact the board and enquire about the re-evaluation process.
How to check Karnataka SSLC result 2020:
- Get on the official websites – karresults.nic.in or kseeb.kar.nic.in
- Click on the link for ‘Karnataka SSLC result’ available on the homepage
- Key in your required details like registration number and submit
- The result will be displayed on the screen
- Download the Karnataka SSLC result 2020 and take a print out for further use
Unlike in 2019, the minister said that the government did not hold rankings for the districts this year based on the pass percentage, however, list them according to the A, B and C groups. 10 educational districts secured A grade, 20 districts got B grade, 4 districts got C grade, the minister said.
These results were supposed to be released in the first week of August. The decision came after the minister visited some evaluation centres in the state capital of Bengaluru.
Taking note that a total of 8.45 lakh number of students written the exams this year, conducted between June 25 to July 3 under the supervision of the health department because of the COVID-19 pandemic. All exam halls were sanitised and sanitizers were arranged in every test centre.
Originally, the exams were slated to be held March 27 onwards, but it was delayed due to the nationwide lockdown imposed by the union government. It had come to light that 32 students who applied to take the exams incidentally tested positive for the novel coronavirus.