How to check Karnataka SSLC class 10th exam Result today?
- The Karnataka Class 10th SSLC Result 2020 will be announced on August 10 at 3:00 pm, according to the state's education minister S Suresh Kumar. Once announced, students will be able to access their scores at kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in.
- This year, the KSEEB results were delayed due to the restrictions imposed in the state because of the coronavirus pandemic. Last year, the results were declared on April 30.
- The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations in Karnataka concluded on July 3 with an overall average of about 98 percent attendance amidst the COVID scare.
The Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations results will be announced on August 10 at 3:00 pm, Karnataka Education Minister S Suresh Kumar has confirmed.
According to Zee News, Karnataka primary and secondary education minister S Suresh Kumar earlier said that KSEEB will announce the class 10 result in the first week of August.
Once announced, students will be able to access their scores at
Here's how to check Karnataka SSLC Results 2020 online:
- Go to the official website at karresults.nic.in
- Select the link for SSLC Results 2020 Karnataka Board
- Enter your exam roll number and other details.
- Click on Submit.
- You will be able to view your scores. You can also download or print the result for future reference.
The SSLC examinations in Karnataka concluded on July 3 with an overall average of about 98% attendance amidst the coronavirus scare.
Of the 8.5 lakh odd students who enrolled for the SSLC exams, an average of about 98% took the exams that began on June 25. This came after the government stuck to its decision to go ahead with them, despite rising coronavirus cases. However, the government laid down a string of safety measures, including face masks, and maintaining social distancing by seating only one student on a bench.
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