Karnataka SSLC Result 2017 to be announced in May’s fourth week. KSEEB 10th Results check online marks at www.karresults.nic.in portal.
The SSLC examinations started from 30th of March, 2017 and continued till 12th April 2017. As per the official notification issued by Karnataka Secondary Examination Board, the Karnataka SSLC results 2017 are expected to be announced within a month post the completion of the exams.
|Karnataka||KSEEB SSLC Exam||30th March to 12th April||16th May 2017|
|PUC 12th Exam||9th March to 27th March||25th May 2017|
- Karnataka SSLC evaluation start from April 20.
- The Karnataka SSLC Results are expected to arrive by mid-May.
- The evaluation task has been allotted to 68,567 teachers at 225 centres across the state.
- Last year, KSEEB announced Class 10th results on May 16.
Thus the students appearing for class 10th examination in Karnataka can expect results from KSEEB SSLC 2017 approximately around 16th May, 2017. As per the admit card numbers issued by the KSEEB, approximately 8,50,467 number of students are expected to appear for the SSLC examination in 2017.
KSEEB maintains a statistical record of students appearing for the SSLC examinations every year. This record not only gives an idea of the number of students appearing for the examinations but also helps the students get a glimpse of pass percentage ratios tracked over the years.
Karnataka SSLC Result – Performance Card from Past
|Total students||8.49 lakh|
|Passed students||6.27 lakh|
|Overall Pass percentage||79.16%|
|Overall Pass percentage of girls||82.62%|
|Overall Pass percentage of boys||75.84|
|Overall pass percentage of rural students||80.36|
|Overall pass percentage of urban students||77.63|
|KSEEB SSLC 2016 Topper||Ranjan S|
In the year 2016, 6.27 lakh students passed in the SSLC examinations out of the 8.49 lakh students who appeared for the examination. Thus according to SSLC results of Karnataka board, in 2016, the pass percentage was about 79.16%.
Another amazing fact which was evident in Karnataka Secondary Examination Board SSLC result previous year was that the pass percentage of rural students (80.36%) was more than the pass percentage of urban students (77.63%) which is possible only because the education policies are updated and upgraded frequently by KSEEB.
Karnataka is one of the few states in India which is evidently working on women empowerment and girl child’s education and career growth. This is evident from 2016 SSLC result in Karnataka where the pass percentage of girls was 82.62% while that of boys was 75.84%.
Karnataka education board notifications and announcements are in favor of the positive increment in the pass percentage in Karnataka SSLC 2017 results in comparison with the 2016 exam results.
Check Karnataka SSLC Result 2017 at karresults.nic.in by KSEEB
Karnataka Secondary Examination Board has a good track record of sticking by the announced schedule of commencement of examinations as well as declaration of results. An efficient and hardworking member board is simultaneously working in synchronic speed to make sure that the KSEEB SSLC Exams results are declared on third week of May 2017 without any delay.
- Upon announcement of the result, the students can check their own results using the online website link http://karresults.nic.in for obtaining their Class 10th Results 2017 in a hassle free way.
- One way to ensure you get your own results without any delay is to enter your correct details like roll number, registration number, and name in the form available on the above mentioned website.
- Within minutes of submitting this form, you will be able to receive the result of SSLC examination 2017 issued against your details by Karnataka board.
Important information associated with the Karnataka class 10th results 2017 is that the students can file for re-evaluation of their result in case of any dissatisfaction in marking. All the best to students appearing for SSLC examinations!
KSEEB – An Introduction
The boards of education are working with a common aim that is to ensure optimal educational policies for secondary and senior secondary examinations. Among the 51 such boards in India, Karnataka Secondary Examination Board (KSEEB) is responsible for managing and regulating secondary education in Karnataka.
Karnataka Secondary Examination Board came into existence in the year 1966. KSEEB devises the syllabus, affiliates the schools and conducts examinations such as SSLC examinations. In the academic schedules, the senior secondary examinations are scheduled to be almost synchronized with one another among different state education boards.