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Karnataka SSLC Revaluation Result 2020 Announced, Check here how to download

The revaluation result of Karnataka SSLC 2020 has been released on the official website of Karnataka KSEEB – kseeb.karnataka.gov.in. Appeared candidates can visit the website to check results.

Karnataka SSLC Revaluation Result 2020: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has announced the result of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10 revaluation at the official website of KSEEB – kseeb.karnataka.gov.in.

Students who have appeared for the same and applied for the Karnataka SSLC revaluation can check their marks at the official website.

Earlier, the results of the Karnataka SSLC exam were declared on August 10, 2020, and a total of 5,82,316, students passed the exam this year with a passing percentage marks of 71.80 %. Later, authority gave an option to the students for result revaluation in case of any dissatisfaction. Candidates who found dissatisfaction in their response applied for the Karnataka SSLC result 2020 revaluation and failed students applied for the supplementary exams.

 

How to check Karnataka SSLC Result 2020:

Candidates can check and download the SSLC result 2020 by following the below-mentioned steps.

  1. Visit the official website of KSEEB –karnataka.gov.in
  2. On the homepage click on the ‘SSLC Revaluation result 2020’ link
  3. After clicking, candidates will be redirected to the login section
  4. Login with credential ID and password
  5. Click on the any option- change marks, final marks etc
  6. Karnataka SSLC result 2020 will we displayed on your screen
  7. Download and take a printout of the result for further process.

 

The Karnataka State Secondary Education Examination Board is the State Education Board in the state of Karnataka. KSEEB is responsible for conducting the Karnataka SSLC exam every year. Other state-level exam is also conducted by the KSEEB.

To clear the exam student need to secure 35 per cent marks in the SSLC exam. It is mandated to score a minimum of 70 marks in the language paper and 30 marks each in every subject for a total of 210 out of 600 marks to be declared pass.

Any change in marks after revaluation will affect the final result sheet of students as per the rules.

 

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