karresults.nic.in 2021 SSLC Results Link: Karnataka SSLC Examination Results 2021
The Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Results declared today on August 9th 3.30 PM. Students can now check their scores on https://sslc.karnataka.gov.in
Karnataka SSLC result 2021- Subject wise result
Number of students scored 125/125 in First language: 25,702
Number of students scored 100/100 in 2nd language: 36,628
Number of students scored 100/100 in 3rd language: 36,776
Number of students scored full marks in Math – 6,321
Number of students scored full marks in Science – 3,649
Number of students scored full marks in Social Science – 9,367
The result will be available on the website of the school education board — https://sslc.karnataka.gov.in.
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How to check Online
Candidates who appeared for the SSLC Class 10 exam, can check their scores on the official websites — https://sslc.karnataka.gov.in. Students are advised to keep checking the official website to get latest updates on result announcements.
Steps to check your SSLC Result 2020 Karnataka Online :
Visit the official websites — https://sslc.karnataka.gov.in
Select ‘SSLC result’ on the homepage
Enter your login details such as roll number, hall ticket number
Your result will be displayed on the screen
Download the KAR SSLC result sheet and keep a print out
Last year, the board moved to the digital mode from having details of students updated manually. All State board schools across Karnataka updated the information of over 1 crore students onto the student tracking system (STS), which was implemented by Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Karnataka (SSA Karnataka)
In case there are any discrepancies in the marksheets, students should contact their school or the dedicated student helpline launched by KSEEB.
Students dissatisfied with their results can opt for re-evaluation. The board will announce the date for re-evaluation process after declaring the Class 10 results. Any changes in the scores after re-evaluation will reflect in the updated marksheets.30
Last year, the overall pass percentage for SSLC Class 10 examination was 71.93 percent with girls at 78.01 percent and boys at 66.56 percent
Every year nearly 8.5 lakh students appear for the SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) examination which will be conducted in March/April of every year. The Board reconducts the same examination in the month of June for the benefit of the students who fail in main examinations. Nearly 2.20 lac students take the supplementary examination.
Director, Exams is the head of the Board for all the issues related to SSLC examinations. Matters related to other exams will be dealt by the Director, other exams. List of other examinations and related information is given in the website www.kseeb.kar.nic.in
The Board has separate wings for administrative matters, accounts, tenders, evaluation and scrutiny of applications of candidates. There are nine scrutiny sections which verify the applications of SSLC from all the 34 educational districts. Computer section is common for all the wings of the Board.