Karnataka KSEEB SSLC Result 2020 To Be Declared Today At karresults.nic.in ; Know When, Where & How To Check

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Karnataka KSEEB SSLC Result 2020: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) is all set to declare the results for the Secondary School Level Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10th today at 3 PM. Students can check their results once it is released on the official website karresults.nic.in or kseeb.kar.nic.in.

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After much of speculations over the dates, the state education minister Suresh Kumar confirmed last week that the SSLC Results would be announced on August 10, 2020, i.e today.
Steps To Check KSEEB SSLC Results 2020 Online:

• Step 1: Visit the official websites – karresults.nic.in or kseeb.kar.nic.in

• Step 2: Click on the activated link that says Class SSLC Results

• Step 3: Fill in the required credentials such as roll number and click submit tab

• Step 4: Your results will appear on the screen.

• Step 5: Download the digital copy of your result for future use and reference

In case the websites slow down due to the traffic, students can check the results via SMS as well. Students can do so by sending an SMS: KSEEB10ROLLNUMBER. This SMS has to be sent to the number 56263 following which, the results will be delivered on the phone in the form of an SMS.

Like in the case of other academic boards, the SSLC exams were disrupted due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The exams were scheduled to be held from March 27 to April 9, 2020, but were postponed. The Board then held the exams from June 25 to July 4 using strict safety precautions such as mandatory use of sanitsers and face masks.

In 2019, the results were declared in April. The overall pass percentage was 73.7 percent. Girls outperformed boys last year with a pass percentage of 79.59 percent. While 68.46 percent of boys cleared the exams in 2019. According to media reports, this year over 8.40 Lakh students appeared in Class 10 exams.



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