Karnataka, April 8: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) would announce the result for its Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) in the first week of May. The Class 10 examination result will be made available on the board’s official website- kseeb.kar.nic.in. The KSEEB SSLC which was held last month saw at least 8.5 lakh students appearing for the examination.

At least 2.73 per cent of students were absent in the examination, said KSEEB official while a total number of 51 students were debarred from the SSLC for cheating and other malpractices. State Education Minister Tanveer Sait said that the answer key would be uploaded on the official website- kseeb.kar.nic.in on April 8 and students having sort of objections could file their grievances between April 8 and 10.

Steps for checking KSEEB SSLC Results 2018:

  1. Visit KSEEB’s official website-  kseeb.kar.nic.in.
  2. Once the home page opens, click on the link for the KSEEB SSLC Results 2018.
  3. Enter your roll number and click on the submit button.
  4. Download your result and keep a copy of it for future purposes.

Tanveer Sait also said that the results for the 2nd Karnataka Pre-University Certification (PUC) will be most probably be announced in the last week of April. The 2nd Karnataka PUC exam was held between March 1 and March 17 and saw at least 6.9 lakh students appearing for the examination.

About KSEEB:

As per the board’s official website, KSEEB was founded in 1966 and the number of students have been increasing since then. If the board’s record are to go by then a total of 10 lakh students collectively appear for the SSLC which is conducted twice- first in the month of April and then in the month of June. The board has taken various steps to improve its evaluation system so as to bring about a transparency in the results. KSEEB follows a set of objectives for improving the state of education; some of which are- introduction of new technologies, granting recognition to new high schools, maintaining proper arrangements in all of its examination centres among many others.