The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will be declaring the Karnataka SSLC Result 2019 today i.e April 30, 2019, at 12:00 pm through a press conference. The result will be available on the official website- kseeb.kar.nic.in. In order to check the result, candidates have to log in using their registration number.
As per the latest reports, GBSHSE chairman Ramakrishnan Samant has announced that the marksheets will be provided to the students on the same day between 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
To check the result, firstly, candidates have to visit the official website in order to check the result. After that, click on the “Submit” button. Once you will click on the link, a login window will appear. On this login window, the candidates have to fill in their registration number in the login space required. After filling the login details, click on the “Submit” button. Once the details are successfully submitted, the result will appear on the screen. The candidates can check the result and download it for future references.
Note: The candidates are advised to keep their admit card along with them before checking the result to avoid any delay at that time.
The Karnataka Board SSLC examination started on March 21 and continued till April 04, 2019. A total of around 8.41 lakhs students appeared for the SSLC examination this year. This year, the number of candidates has increased by 3,578.
As per the reports, the highest number of candidates were registered from Bangaluru South with a count of 65,451 students. The number of students who appeared from Bengaluru North was 49, 336. However, the least number of students were registered from COORG with a count of 7,240. Not only this Sirsi also have the least number of candidates registered that is 9,736 followed by Uttara Kannada with 9,766 students. Moreover, 4,651 students were given relaxation in choosing a subject as they were specially-abled children.
The evaluation of SSLC examination began on April 10, 2019, in 230 evaluation centres. Around 77,754 candidates were registered with the board for the evaluation duty.
The exams were held 2,817 centres and to prevent malpractices during the exams, they all were equipped with CCTV cameras. Police personnel along with route officer were appointed for the vehicles that carried the question papers at district and taluk levels
Last year, 8,38,088 candidates appeared for SSLC examination. Out of these students, 6,02,802 have passed the examination. However, the passing percentage was 71.93%. Moreover, the girls of the state scored the passing percentage of 78.01% and that for boys was 66.56%.
All The Best To All!