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Karnataka SSLC Class 10 results declared; 71.93 students pass

Enrolled candidates can get their results by log onto http://sslc.kar.nic.in and http://karresults.nic.in from 12 noon onwards. The same will be announced at respective schools tomorrow around 1 pm.

Published: 07th May 2018 10:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th May 2018 01:31 PM   |  A+A-

SSLC examination topper Sudarshan KS who scored 625 out of 625 is greeted by his mother in Bengaluru on Monday. (Pushkar V | EPS)

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: The results for SSLC 2018 Examinations which have been announced on Monday saw an increased of 4.06  percent points as against last year's overall pass percentage points of 67.87.

This year's pass percentage point is 71.93. 

As many as 8.5 lakh candidates appeared this time of which  5.8 lakh  have managed to clear the exams.

Enrolled candidates can get their results by log onto http://sslc.kar.nic.in and http://karresults.nic.in.

Girls outshone boys this year too and their overall pass percentage point 78.01, while those of the male students is 66.56.

Two students, Yashas from Sadvidya school Mysore and Sudarshan AS of Holy child school in Bengaluru secured 625 out of 625 followed by 8 who secured 624.

The number of schools with 100% results has increased from last year's 1016 to 1342. Alongside this the number of schools which failed to bring out any results has decreased to 43 this year from from last year's 59.

The officials have started sending results via SMS to parents on their registered mobile numbers where name of student, registered number and subjectwise detailed marks are being sent

Udupi district stands first with 88.18 pass percentage points followed by Uttara Kannada, Chikkodi, Mangaluru and Madhugiri.

The supplementary exams will be conducted from June 21st to 28th of June.

 

 

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