Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Result 2018 has been announced on the official website. Candidates can check their results on kseeb.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in.
Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Result 2018 - The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has announced Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) result or Karnataka class 10th results 2018 on Monday, May 7, 2018. The result has been announced on the official website. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can reach out to any of the official websites kseeb.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in to check their results.
Steps to Check Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Results 2018
Candidates who have appeared for Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Results 2018 quite fast can consider following the steps mentioned hereunder. This will help them save time and efforts.
- Reach out to any of the official websites kseeb.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in.
- On the homepage, find the link to Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Results and click on it.
- A new page will open up where candidates need to add the relevant details in the space provided for the same.
- Once done, candidates need to click on the ‘Submit’ button.
- The result will appear on the computer screen.
Candidates are advised to download, save and take a printout of Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Results 2018 for future reference. They can use this provisional mark sheet for admission purpose or fill up application forms for various competitive exams until the original marks sheet reaches the respective schools.
A total of 838088 students have appeared for the class 10th exam in Karnataka out of which 602802 have passed. The overall pass percentage for Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Results is 71.93 percent, which has improved compared to last years’ 67.87 percent. The pass percentage for boys and girls is 78.01 percent and 66.56 percent respectively.
Yashas MS from Mysore’s Sadvidya high school and Sudarshan KS from Bengaluru’s Holy Child English School have secured 100 percent marks by scoring 625/625; eight students have missed 100 percent marks with just one mark and 12 students by two marks. Another fact worth mentioning here is that rural students have performed better with a pass percentage of 74 percent than their urban counterparts who have secured a pass percentage of 69.38.