KSEEB 10th Result 2016: Karnataka Board (kseeb.kar.nic.in) SSLC Result 2016 to be announced by tomorrow at 3 PM on karresults.nic.in
Putting an end to all the speculations, the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board’s (KSEEB) is expected to be declared the Karnataka Examination Results 2016 for class 10 students by tomorrow, 16th May 2016 at 3 PM. The news has spread a feeling of relief among 3.6 lakh students. As per news reports, the KSEEB SSLC Results 2016 is likely to be announced at the Board headquarters in Bengaluru. After the announcement, the Karnataka results will be available on different result websites karresults.nic.in and karnataka10.jagranjosh.com in including kseeb.kar.nic.in.
To check 10th Results 2016 Karnataka, visit karnataka10.jagranjosh.com
The declaration of Karnataka SSLC Result 2016 on 13 May 2016 will end nearly two months of long wait of students. The Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exams were held in the month of March. In line with the general practice, the Karnataka board is likely to make the SSLC Results 2016 Karnataka available first on the internet platforms i.e., their official website. However, considering the uncertainty and speculations about KSEEB SSLC Result 2016, students can also get latest and most reliable updates about result from karnataka10.jagranjosh.com.
How to check Karnataka SSLC Result 2016 online?
Students, who want to get their Karnataka Results 2016 on 13 May 2016, can follow the steps specified below.
* Step 1: Visit jagranjosh.com/results
* Step 2: Click on the link for Karnataka Board SSLC Result
* Step 3: Input your hall ticket number and other personal details
* Step 4: Click on the ‘Submit’ Button
Your result would be displayed on the computer screen. The Karnataka Board would be issuing the official mark sheets later. Therefore, the students are advised maintain a printed copy or saved copy of marks record for future reference.
Last year’s Karnataka SSLC Result
In 2015, Karnataka recorded its best results in the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination with an overall pass percentage of 81.82 percent. A total 8.37 lakh students wrote the examination, of which 6.85 lakh had passed. The overall pass percentage of fresh candidates stood at 84.85 percent while the pass percentage of repeaters was 44.83 percent and 14.14 percent was of the private candidates. Girls outshone the boys again the previous year with a pass percentage of 86.23 as against 77.85 of the boys. In terms of district-wise performance, Udupi had the highest pass percentage of 93.37 percent, followed by Chikkodi and Uttara Kannada. Gadag was at the last place with 66.74%.