Karnataka KSEEB SSLC Result 2019.
Karnataka Board 10th Result 2019: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) announced the Karnataka SSC Results 2019 today. All those candidates who had appeared for their Karnataka Board class 10 exams can check their respective scores by loggin onto the official websites of the Karnataka Board — kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in. Alternatively, the SSLC Results 2019 Karnataka is made available on News Nation result page.
This year, Karnataka SSLC examination was held from March 21 to April 4 in which over 8.41 lakh students from Karnataka had registered.
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12.27 pm: Two students - Srujana and Naganjali have secured the first position by scoring 625 out of 625 marks in the Karnataka SSLC Exam 2019.
12.25 pm: Of the 8,41,666 students who appeared for the Karnataka SSLC exams, 8,25,468 students cleared them, bringing the overall pass percentage to 73.7 percent.
12.23 pm: Karnataka Board Class 10 Result 2019 declared by KSEEB today.
12.08: General secretary Umashankar of the Primary and Secondary Education Department, Commissioner of Primary and Secondary Education Dr Regu and KSEEB board director V Sumangala will announce the fate of over 8.4 lakh students shortly.
11.53 am: Soon, the Karnataka Board will conduct a press conference and release the KAR SSLC Result 2019 at its official website at kseeb.kar.nic.in karresults.nic.in.
11.18 am: The Karnataka PUC 12th Result 2019 was announced by the KSEEB on April 15. A total of 6.71 lakh students appeared in the PUC exam, of which 4.14 lakh passed.
10.48 am: As per the official update, Karnataka SSLC result will be announced at 12.45 pm.
10.44 am: The pass percentage for last year was recorded at 72.19% overall. Girls had outperformed boys last year.
10.35 am: The press conference for Karnataka SSLC result will begin at 12 noon.
10.12 am: The time for KSEEB Class 10 declaration has been modified. The results would now be released at 12 pm and not at 10 am.
10.06 am: As per few reports, the Karnataka Board Class 10 Result 2019 will be declared at 12 pm today.
09.46 am: Following the declaration of SSLC Result 2019, the admission process for PUC will commence.
09.29 am: As per reports, for the first time this year, students were not allowed to wear digital watches.
09.24 am: Karnataka SSLC Result 2019 will be published online for easy access of the students. After the formal declaration of KSEEB Class 10 Result, students can visit the official websites which are listed below:
09.19 am: Candidates are asked to keep all the details ready for the fast and easy access to the KSEEB Class 10 Result 2019.
09.08 am: No official update has been released regarding Karnataka SSLC result date and time. Students can expect the SSLC result today at 10 am.
08.51 am: Over 8.41 lakh students from Karnataka had registered this year for Karnataka SSLC exam.
08.41 am: This year, the KSEEB Class 10 exam was held from 21st March to 4th April.
08.36 am: Karnataka SSLC Result 2019 will be made on the official website of the board i.e. kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in.
08.28 am: Last year, the Karnataka SSLC Result was announced on May 7.
08.18 am: This year the SSLC result is coming a week earlier than it came last year.
For the convenience of the students, we have mentioned the steps through which the candidates can download the results:
Step 1: Visit www.newsnation.in/board-results and click on Karnataka Board page
Step 2: Enter the required details asked in Karnataka SSLC Results 2019 new tab
Step 3: Download your Karnataka Board Class 10th Results 2019
About Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB)
The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) was established to function as a regulatory and supervisory board, to formulate and implement education policies of the Karnataka Government. The KSEEB is in existence since the year 1966. Its jurisdiction includes formulating education policies, school syllabus structuring, yearly examinations for academic evaluation, grading and recognition of schools in the state of Karnataka.