The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board will declare the Karnataka SSLC result 2019 on today i.e April 30 at 12:45 PM. The students can check the results through the FastResult website and mobile application.
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This year, over 8.41 lakh students enrolled for the SSLC exam that was conducted from March 21 to April 4, 2019. The highest number of students enrolled from South Bengaluru with 65,451 students, followed by North Bengaluru with 49,336 students. The least number of students were enrolled from Coorg with 7,240 students, followed by Uttara Kannada with 9,766 students and Sirsi with 9,736 students. As per the news, 4,651 are specially-abled children who have been given rest in choosing a subject.
How To Check Karnataka SSLC Result 2019?
The board has conducted the exams in the month of March. Now, its time for the result. So, to check your Karnataka 10th Result 2019 students are advised to follow the steps given in the section provided below.
- Visit the FastResult website.
- After that, click the web link of 10th Result
- Now the students search the Karnataka Board from the search bar menu
- Then, click the Check Result Now.
- Fill the Required Details
- Now your Karnataka SSLC Result 2019 will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the result for further uses
Details On Karnataka SSLC Result 2019
Here in this part, you will come across all the information mentioned in your upcoming result. So, have a look at the details provided below.
- Student’s Name
- Registration Number
- Roll Number
- Board Name
- Name of the Subjects
- Name of the Examination
- Marks Obtained
- Total Marks
- Status of the result- Pass/ Fail
The Previous year, the Udupi district had topped among all the areas with 84.23 pass percentage while Yadgir got least with (74.84%). Udipi’s pass percentage had grown by 3.95% when compared to last year.
Rural candidates had also performed better and got 74% while the urban students were at 69.38%. Similarly, the government school students have recorded 75.12 pass percentage while the private school students are at 83.05%. Aided schools have achieved 76.27 pass percentage.
In comparison to the previous year, the number of students writing the SSLC exam has increased by 3,578. As per the news, for the first time this year, students were not permitted to wear digital watches.