Karnataka SSLC Result 2022 LIVE Updates: Out of over 8 lakh students who registered for the exam, as many as 85.63 per cent of students have cleared the exams. This is one the highest pass percentages recorded by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB). The results was announced by Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister BC Nagesh via a media briefing. Now, students will be able to check their Read More
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As many as 85.63 per cent students cleared the exam this year which is among the highest pass percentage. In 2020, it was at 75.53 per cent, in 2019, the pass percentage was at 73.70 per cent, in 2018, it was 71.93 per cent, in 2017, it was 67.87 per cent, in 2016, it was 79.16 per cent and in 2015, a total of 81.82 per cent. While last year, all students were marked as pass except for one, who took the exam from the wrong centre.
The Karnataka government has launched a helpline number for parents and students to deal with any anxiety, stress, and depression amid the Karnataka SSLC result 2022. Students and parents can call at 080-46110007 to get assistance regarding mental health, the state health minister Dr Sudhakar K said. Trained mental health professionals will attend to your issues appropriately.
Out of the total 8,53,436 students who took exams this year, as many as 7,30,881 have cleared it while 1,22,555 failed to clear it. The pass percentage stands at 85.63 per cent. KSEEB will conduct the supplementary exam on June 27 for students who failed to pass the 10th exam.
As many as 118875 students have scored A+ grade this year. This means, these students have obtained more than 90% marks. Further, 182600 students scored A grade or 80 to 89% marks. As many as 173528 students scored B+ and 143900 students obtained B grade. Grade C+ and C was obtained by 87,801 and 14,627 students, respectively.
The number of students scoring 100% marks has gone up from 2020 when 11 students obtained 625 out of 625. In 2021, however, as many as 158 students had got the feat. In 2020, no one scored 624 marks and in 2020 the number of students at rank 2 was 14 with 624 marks. This has gone drastically up at 309 students sharing the rank.
At rank 1, as many as 145 students share the top rank with 100% marks. Of these 116 students are from unaided schools, 21 from government and eight from aided schools.
Rank 2 is obtained by 309 students who scored 624 marks out of 625 marks. Among these too, most (237 ) are from unaided schools.
At rank 3 are 472 students with 623 marks
At rank 4, a total of 615 students have scored 622 marks, each.
Rank 5 is shared by 706 students who obtained 621 marks out of 625, each.
2022 – 85.63%
2021 – 99.99%
2020 – 72.42%
The evaluation work of the answer scripts has been conducted from March 23 to May 5 with a total of 60,296 evaluators across 234 evaluation centres in 34 education districts in Karnataka, informed KSEEB.
School-wise, the best performance has been observed from the unaided schools with as many as 92.29 per cent of students clearing the exams. The government schools come second as 88 per cent students from these schools passed. Among aided schools, the pass percentage was recorded at 87.84 per cent.
The pass percentage for differently abled students is at 80.61%. Out of 4667 students as many as 3762 have cleared the exam. Of the total, 731 students took exam under ‘mentally challenged’ among these 486 students passed. In hearing impairment category, 950 students appeared of which 799 cleared the exam.
Out of the 8,53,436 students who took the exams this year, as many as 7,30,881 have managed to pass it. Those who have not cleared exam will have to appear for the supplementary exams. The supplementary exams will begin from June 27, however, detailed datesheet has not been out yet.
Girls have once again performed better than boys. Karnataka SSLC results has as many as 85.63 per cent students clearing the exam. However, among girls who took the exam, the pass percentage is recorded at 90.29 per cent. Boys are lagging begind girls with as many as 81.30 per cent of boys who appeared for the exam had passed it.
Karnataka SSLC result declared. As many as 85.63 per cent of students have cleared the exam. While this is lower than the pass percentage announced last year when 99.9 per cent of students passed. It is higher than the pass percentage recorded in recent years when exams were held.
All questions related to Karnataka SSLC results answered here –
When will the result be announced?
The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will announce the SSLC result today, May 19. The result will be announced at 12:30 PM. Once declared it will be available online via official websites — karresults.nic.in, and kseeb.kar.nic.in for over 8 lakh students.
Who & How Will Announce Results
The Karnataka SSLC result will first be announced via a press conference. Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister BC Nagesh will address media at 12:30 PM. Once declared, the result link will be activated at karresults.nic.in or kseeb.kar.nic.in. The result for over 8 lakh students will be announced, hence the websites are expected to see high traffic.
Where to get result from?
Karnataka SSLC Result will be announced in online mode. Students can download online marksheet while sitting at home and this will act as the provisional marksheet. Students need to know the official websites to download the right marks memo. Here is the list of websites
What are Passing Marks?
Students will need to secure at least 35 per cent marks overall. They will have to get 210 out of 600 marks to obtain a pass certificate. However, for language exms, the minimum score to be considered as pass is 70 marks. Those failing to meet passing marks by a small margin will be given grace marks.
What is Grading System?
91-100 Marks = A+ grade
81-90 Marks = A grade
71-80 marks = B+ grade
61-60 marks = B grade
51-60 marks – C+ grade
35-50 marks = C grade
How to get marks memo?
Step 1: Visit any of the official websites, sslc.karnataka.gov.in, indiaresults.com, kseeb.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the result link
Step 3: Log-in using credentials
Step 4: Result will appear, download
In 2020, rank 1 was jointly shared by six students, namely –
Sannithi Mahabaleshwara Hegde
Dheeraj Reddy MP
All these students obtained full marks or 100% score.
The KSEEB will announced the merit list after nearly two years soon. Last year even though Karnataka has held exams, it did not release any merit list. Thus, the last list of toppers is from 2019. Here is a look at Karnataka Class 10 Toppers 2019
Rank 1: Srujana D with 100% marks
Rank 1: Naganjali
Rank2 : Bhavana U.S with 99.84%
Rank 2: Bhavana R
Rank 2: Sairam S
Rank 2: Harshith C
Rank 2: Sinchana Lakshmi
Rank 2: Anupama Kamath
Rank 2: Chinmayi
Rank 2: Pragathi M
Rank 2: Abhin B
Multiple students scored same marks and hence shared ranks. Tie-breaker policies are not adopted during board exams
Ahead of the result, Karnataka government released helpline parents and students to deal with any anxiety, stress, and depression, informed state health minister Dr Sudhakar K. Students cab call the mental health helpline at 080-46110007. Trained mental health professionals will attend to your issues appropriately. Wishing all the students good marks and a great future! Winning or losing is a part of life, always focus on giving your best and keep faith, said the Minister calling it a historic move.
Class 10 SSLC results will be declared tomorrow.
For the first time in history, our Health Department is opening a dedicated helpline for parents and students to deal with any anxiety, stress, and depression.
— Dr Sudhakar K (@mla_sudhakar) May 18, 2022
Students need to keep their admit cards handy with them to check their roll numbers. The admit cards were assigned to students before appearing for the exams. The hall tickets will have a unique number mentioned, students need this and the date of birth as mentioned in records to check detailed score
After last year’s 99.9% pass percentage, the result is likely to be announced in line with pre-pandemic years when about 71% of students who would appear for the exam would have had passed it. In order to pass the KSEEB’s SSLC or Class 10 exam, a candidate must get a minimum of 35 per cent marks in every subject and overall. Apart from marks, students will also get grades for their SSLC results.
Karnataka SSLC 2022 exams were conducted amid covid-19 precautions in March. This year, the board will offer 10 per cent grace marks to students who miss the passing mark. Earlier the grace marks was capped at 5 per cent, the same has been increased to allow relaxation for the batch which has attended most of its classes online due to the pandemic.