10 August 2020, 16:05 PM
Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister Suresh Kumar announced that the supplementary exam dates will be announced within 2 days.
10 August 2020, 16:02 PM
The KSEEB SSLC class 10th results is also available on official website of the board — karresults.nic.in or kseeb.kar.nic.in. The result link — http://karresults.nic.in/first_sslc_kar20.asp was activated by the board at 3:45 pm.
10 August 2020, 15:26 PM
The Secondary School Leaving Certificate or SSLC (Class 10) results have been announced by Karnataka Education Minister Suresh Kumar via a press conference. The results have also been released at karresults.nic.in and kseeb.kar.nic.in. However, students will be able to check their results on the board websites after 3:45 pm as that is when the result will be activated.
10 August 2020, 15:04 PM
Below the grading system that will be followed by the Karanataka board to mark students:
563-625 marks: 90-100 percent: A+ grade
500-562 marks: 80-90 percent: A grade
438-499 marks: 70-80 percent: B+ grade
375-437 marks: 60-70 percent: B grade
313-374 marks: 50-60 percent: C+ grade
219-312 marks: 35-50 percent: C grade
10 August 2020, 15:02 PM
Supplementary exam dates for Karnataka SSLC results to be announced after SSLC results.
Students who could not clear the Class 10 exams, supplementary exams will be held and its dates will be announced after the SSLC results.
10 August 2020, 14:49 PM
Students who appeared for the Karnataka SSLC exams 2020 are advised to keep checking the official board website for latest notification on the result. The KSEEB Board will announce the Karnataka class 10th results at 3:00 pm.
The link of the SSLC class 10th exams will get activated at 3:45 pm.
10 August 2020, 14:47 PM
It is to be noted that the pending exams were held by the board with the COVID-19 measures. Students and all staff members wore masks and went through thermal scanning. Sanitisers were also made available at exam centres.
10 August 2020, 14:42 PM
KSEEB Karnataka SSLC 10th result 2020 is all set to be declared in next 20 minutes. In case students face problems in accessing the official website of the board, they can check their results by visiting following websites:
10 August 2020, 14:22 PM
In 2019, the Karnataka SSLC results were declared on April 30. The overall pass percentage was recorded at 73.7 per cent. Two girl students had secured 100 per cent by getting 625/625.
10 August 2020, 14:04 PM
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will declare the SSLC class 10th result in 1 hours. Students are advised to keep their hall tickets handy.
10 August 2020, 13:51 PM
Karnataka KSEEB SSLC Class 10 result 2020 will soon be released on official website of the board - karresults.nic.in. Students are advised to keep their admit card or hall ticket handy to check and download their scorecard.
10 August 2020, 13:45 PM
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa extends his wishes to students ahead of the KSEEB SSLC class 10th results.
He tweeted, "SSLC exam results will be published today. My best wishes to all students. Whatever be the outcome, don't lose considence. Proceed under the guidance of your father, mother and mentor. Good luck."
10 August 2020, 13:37 PM
Karnataka KSEEB SSLC Class 10 result 2020: The evaluation process was completed until recently and the results would be released in next 1.5 hours.
10 August 2020, 13:00 PM
To check your scorecard, enter your Registration Number and Roll Number after visiting the official website.
Verify the details and click on the submit button.
The SSLC result 2020 scorecard will be displayed on the screen.
Students are advised to download the results and take a printout for future reference.
10 August 2020, 12:58 PM
To check results, one has to visit following websites — karresults.nic.in and kseeb.kar.nic.in
10 August 2020, 12:58 PM
KSEEB SSLC 2020 results: A student needs to secure at least a grade C or 35 percent in each subject to clear the exams.
Candidates will need to score a minimum of 70 marks in the language papers and 30 marks each in individual subjects for a total of 210 out of 600 marks to be declared pass.