Karnataka SSLC Result 2023: Karnataka Board KSEEB to Declare Results After Assembly Polls
The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) is likely to announce the result of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exam 2023 in the second week of May. The SSLC exam was held from March 31 to April 15, 2023, with nearly 8 lakh students appearing for it.
The evaluation of the answer sheets will begin soon, but the teachers have to attend the state assembly election duty as well. The board has said it will announce the result after the declaration of the Vidhan Sabha 2023 elections, which are scheduled for May 10th.
According to the board, a total of 8,42,811 students registered for the SSLC exam this year, including 3,60,862 students from government schools, 2,20,831 students from aided schools, and 2,61,118 students from unaided schools. However, 26 thousand students with less than 75% attendance were deprived of the exam this time.
The board released the final timetable of the SSLC exam on January 19, 2023. The exam was conducted in two shifts – morning and afternoon – with strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols. The board also released the answer key of the exam on April 17 and allowed the students to raise objections against the provisional key till April 20.
The Karnataka SSLC Result 2023 is a crucial milestone for students as it determines their stream and course selection for higher secondary education. The students who pass the exam will be eligible to apply for Pre-University Courses (PUC) or diploma courses in various streams.
The students who appeared for the SSLC exam can check their results online on the official websites of KSEEB – sslc.karnataka.gov.in or karresults.nic.in. (Karnataka SSLC Result 2023). They must enter their registration number and date of birth to access their scorecards. They can also download and print their results for future reference.
The board will also release the statistics of the Karnataka SSLC Result 2023, such as pass percentage, district-wise performance, subject-wise performance, and toppers list. The students who are unsatisfied with their marks can apply for revaluation or recounting of their answer sheets. The board will also conduct supplementary exams for those who fail to clear one or more subjects in the SSLC exam.
The KSEEB is one of the oldest and largest education boards in India. It was established in 1966 and conducts various examinations such as SSLC, PUC, and other vocational courses. It also prescribes syllabi, textbooks, and curricula for school education in Karnataka.
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