Karnataka SSLC Results 2018: The Karnataka class 10th or Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Results 2018 has been declared by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB). The Karnataka SSLC Results 2018 has been released by the Board on its official website- kseeb.kar.nic.in. Students may check their class 10th results at- kseeb.kar.nic.in. Alternatively, students may also check their results at karresults.nic.in and examresults.net. Also Read - Coronavirus in Karnataka: CM Yediyurappa Recovers From Infection, Discharged From Hospital
Students need to keep their roll number in hand to check their results. However, if the website takes time to load, students are advised not to panic but remain calm and keep refreshing the website. Also Read - Karnataka SSLC Result 2020 DECLARED: Check Your Score, Pass Percentage at kseeb.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in
Karnataka SSLC Results 2018 Via SMS
The Karnataka class 10th results can also be checked via SMS. The students will have to go to compose a message, type — KAR10ROLLNUMBER — and send it to 56263. The Karnataka SSLC Results 2018 will be delivered to your number through an SMS. Also Read - Karnataka SSLC Result 2020 to be Announced Tomorrow: Here’s How to Check Score Via SMS
Know how to check Karnataka SSLC Results 2018:
Step 1: Log on to the Karnataka Board official website- kseeb.kar.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the relevant link ‘Karnataka SSLC Results 2018’, on the home page.
Step 3: Enter your personal details required such as your roll number/ registration number.
Step 4: Your result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: ad it and take a print out for future reference.
Nearly 8.5 lakh students appeared for the Karnataka SSLC examination 2018 out of which 10,867 candidates did not write the exams as they did not have the requisite attendance and hence not allowed to take the examination. This year, the KSEEB made special arrangements for physically challenged students. The Board had instructed all the exam centres to make arrangements for on the ground floor so that Persons With Disabilities (PWD) students are able to comfortably give their exams.