The KSEEB has announced supplementary exam dates along with re-evaluation details. The exam will be held between 21st of June to the 28th June 2019.
From May 2 onwards, the candidates can apply for a photocopy while from May 6 onwards, the board will accept applications for revaluation. The last date to apply for a scanned copy of the answer sheet is May 13 while the last date to apply for revaluation is by May 17. The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has released the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) results on the 30th of April 2019 (yesterday).
The Class 10 Exam has been attempted by over 8.41 lakh students between March 21st and April 4th. The evaluation of papers that followed from April 10th onwards was conducted in 230 centers. Close to 77,754 evaluators signed up with the Board for evaluation duty. This year’s state class 10 exam results have been announced very early compared to previous years. The total percentage of students who cleared the exam is 73.7%. This is an increase by 1.77% compared to the previous year.
As always, the girls have outshined boys in the exam. There are two students who have secured cent percent marks. Srujana D from Anekal and Naganjali Parameshwara Naik from Uttara Kannada districts respectively. The district with the highest pass percentage of 89.33% is Hassan while Yadgir secured a measly 53.95%.
The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination was established in the year 1966. It is located in Bangalore, India. The Board has started divisional offices in order to improve the evaluation system and results for Karnataka SSLC 2019. Every year around 8 lakh plus candidates appear for the Karnataka SSLC Board Exam.
The Board conducts the Karnataka SSLC Examination every year in the month of March and April. Karnataka SSLC 2019 supplementary exam will be conducted for both the practical as well as the theory subjects and the time table for the examination was published on the 16th of April 2019.