Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will soon release the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) 2021 exam results. As of now, KSEEB has not announced any official date for the Karnataka SSLC 2021 result. Recently, S. Suresh Kumar, the Primary and Education Minister of Karnataka state has announced that the Karnataka SSLC 2021 results will be released by August 10, 2021. So, it is expected that by the first week of August 2021, KSEEB will release the Karnataka SSLC 2021 result.
Karnataka SSLC 2021 results will be released on the official website sslc.karnataka.gov.in. Along with this website, the result will also be published on karresults.nic.in. So, once the result gets released, candidates have to visit this website. After visiting this website, candidates can click on the SSLC 2021 result link. After clicking on this link, candidates will be able to check their SSLC 2021 result by logging into their accounts using the roll number and other credentials. For further admission process of Karnataka 1st PUC (11th class admission), candidates are advised to keep the hard copy or soft copy of their Karnataka SSLC 2021 result.
If candidates are not satisfied with their Karnataka SSLC 2021 marks then to improve marks, they can apply for the supplementary exam or they can also apply for the revaluation.
This year, despite having COVID 19 pandemic, KSEEB has conducted the Karnataka SSLC 2021 exam in an offline mode. The exam was conducted on July 19, 2021, and July 23, 2021. On July 19, 2021, the exam for subjects such as Social Science, Mathematics, and Science was conducted whereas, on July 23, 2021, the exam for language subjects was conducted. The question papers of the Karnataka SSLC 2021 exam had Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
About 8.5 lakh of candidates have appeared for the two days Karnataka SSLC 2021 examination. Out of these, 99.6 % of candidates have appeared for the Karnataka SSLC 2021 examination. This year, a total of 99.62% of the total registered candidates attempted the exam of the first language which was higher than last year’s attendance. Due to the overwhelming attendance figures, BS Yediyurappa, the former Chief Minister of Karnataka state has appreciated the efforts of his cabinet ministers and the staff for conducting the Karnataka SSLC 2021 exam successfully despite having a pandemic situation. He also gave best wishes to the students and their parents through a tweet.