SSLC result 2017 (Karnataka) has been declared now by KSEEB at it’s website (www.kseeb.kar.nic.in. Students can check the same at links below.
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) is likely to declare its Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC), Class 10 results on Friday, May 12, 2017 while PUC results were declared on May 11 at 3pm.
The enthusiastically waiting candidates can check their results on the official website of the board at kseeb.kar.nic.in. Once the results are declared, candidates can check the same by filling in the log in credentials on the official website. Soon after the results have been declared, the website may slow down or experience some technical glitch, due to heavy traffic, but students should maintain their patience level.
The state board of Tamil Nadu conducted the class 10th examination from March 9, 2017, to March 30, 2017 by Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board. According to the reports, 4.69 lakh boys and 4.07 lakh girls totalling 8.77 lakh students appeared for these exams.
How to check the result
To know the score open the official website of the board and click on the relevant link that says ‘Karnataka SSLC results’. Now, enter your details such as name and application number. After filling in the details and cross checking it, click the submit button and the result will be flashed on the screen of the desktop or phone. One can also take out the print out of the mark sheet for their use but kindly note this is not the official one. Official mark sheets and certificates will be available in the respective schools.
Note: Students should note that SSLC result 2017 of Karnataka state will be declared at official portals www.kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in online.
Synopsis Of The 2016 Result
The 2016 results of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) shows that 79.16 per cent of student who took the exam managed to clear it which is 2.66 per cent lower than the 81.82 percentage recorded in the year 2015. Somewhere around 7.58 lakh students appeared for the exam conducted at 3082 centres between March 30 and April 13. Moreover out of the total of 52 schools, including three government schools, across the state the pass percentage was zero. The zero list includes six government aided schools and 43 unaided private schools.
Girls have outshone boys as usual. The male percentage of students who passed the exam is 75.84 per cent and for the girls its 82.64 percent. In the year 2016, Bengaluru performed the best in the exams with an over
all pass percentage of 88 percent followed by Udupi. And in the year 2015 it was Udupi that performed the best in the SSLC exams.
SSLC result out- check here.