Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has released the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) 2021 answer keys. The answer keys have also been released on the board’s official website sslc.karmataka.gov.in. Board authorities are likely to announce the results in the next 15 days, therefore most likely by August 06, 2021. Class 10 students who appeared for the board exams will be able to check their results on the official website itself. This year, over 8 lakh students appeared for the Class 10 board exams from July 19 and 22, 2021.
Answer keys for the same have been released on the official website sslc.karnataka.gov.in. Students can download them using the following steps –
Step 1: Visit the official website of KSEEB i.e., sslc.karnataka.gov.in.
Step 2: On the website’s homepage, go to the “Documents” section.
Step 3: In this section, click on the SSLC option.
Step 4: Thereafter, under the dropdown menu, click on the “Question Papers” option.
Step 5: A new page will open here click on the “Answer Keys” option.
Step 6: Here one can find “SSLC EXAMINATION KEY ANSWER JULY-2021” click on it and a list of answer keys will appear.
Step 7: Download the PDF which contains all the MCQs and their respective answers.
Step 8: Cross-check the answer keys with the answers marked in the exam to get a tentative score.
KSEEB has released answer keys for three different groups of subjects – 1. Core subjects (paper I), 2. Alternate subjects (paper II) and 3. JTS subjects (paper III). Apart from subject groups, answer keys are also released in terms of different subject codes. Therefore, candidates are advised to check the answer key aligning with the subject code they received during the SSLC 2021 exam. While these answer keys will help candidates determine a tentative score, the final results shall only be known in the next 15 days, mostly by August 06, 2021.
This year, KSEEB authorities had cancelled the Class 12 or II PUC exams due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These students were evaluated based on an alternate methodology. However, much to surprise of students, the state conducted Class 10 exams this month. Most states had filrmly planned on cancelling both Class 10 and 12 board exams altogether. However, Karnataka decided to go ahead with the conduction of Class 10 exams but, in a different paper pattern. This is to reduce the duration of exams (two days) as well as to conduct exams for fair evaluation.