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Karnataka SSLC (10th) Results Declared, Where to Check?

(Representational Picture)Students discuss question paper after coming out of examination hall in Panaji, on March 2, 2015. CBSE board exams commenced today. (Photo: IANS)

(Representational Picture)Students discuss question paper after coming out of examination hall in Panaji, on March 2, 2015. CBSE board exams commenced today. (Photo: IANS)

http://karresults.nic.in/indexsslc2015.asp
The 10th Standard or SSLC results of KSEEB were decared today (May 12, 2015) afternoon at 2:45 PM on the official website of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.

To check results, students can click the links given below for their Karnataka Senior Secondary SSLC (Class 10th) exam results 2015 and marks scored:

kseeb.kar.nic.in

karresults.nic.in

In all, 8.5 lakh students took the Karnataka SSLC exam conducted by the KSEEB or the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.

For those who have failed, the supplementary examination will be held next month (June) enabling them to appear and clear it before the admissions take place for the entry into the higher secondary or Pre-University course or PUC in Karnataka.

Students can log on to kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in to check their results.Once the results are out, students can check their selection of further study in higher secondary stage that is crucial in deciding the stream — Arts or Commerce or engineering or biology in order to pursue their higher studies.

Compared to 2014, this year the number is slightly higher from 8.26 lakhs to 8.5 lakhs and 41,269 candidates are repeaters and 7.26 lakhs are freshers.

The SSLC results are crucial as students should choose in which stream they should pursue their higher studies. Those interested in commerce stream such as chartered accountant (CA), B.com, B.com (Honours) should take commerce as one of their subjects in PUC and those interested in engineering should take maths, physics and chemistry and those who wish to become doctors or pursue biology related careers should opt for biology, maths, physics and chemistry.

 

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