Karnataka SSLC Supplementary Result 2019 Date Confirmed: KSEEB to Announce 10th Scores by July 20 Online at kseeb.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in
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The Karnataka Board of Secondary Education (KSEEB) is at the final leg of result preparation and is expected to announce the 10th supplementary scores anytime soon. Although the Karnataka board has not confirmed the KSEEB 10th result 2019 date, the officials however informed a deadline for releasing the same. According to the board, the students will be able to see their Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) supplementary results by July 20, 2019. All the candidates who appeared in June compartment exams, will able to check their KSEEB SSLC 2019 Supplementary result online at the official websites; kseeb.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.inMinority Education Fund Slashed, Allocation For Free UPSC Coaching Raised by Modi Govt. 

The Karnataka board conducted the supplementary examinations for class 10 students from June 21 to June 28, 2019. Students who have failed in one subject or two in the main board exams have appeared in the compartment examinations. It shall be noted here that an official date and time is yet to be released, confirming the KSEEB SSLC supplementary result 2019 announcement. However, considering the latest reports, it is expected that the Karnataka board will not take much time and the scores will be released by the second week of this month.

How to Check KSEEB SSLC Supplementary 2019 Result?

  • Visit the official website; kseeb.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in.
  • On the homepage, KSEEB will active the 10th supplementary result 2019 link once declared.
  • Enter your registration, roll number and other details.
  • Once submitted, your Karnataka Supplementary result 2019 will display on the computer screen.
  • Download and take a print out of the same for future reference.

This year, 73.7 percent of students cleared the Karnataka KSEEB SSLC board examination. Girls have performed better registering 79.59 pass percent as compared to boys, who scored 68.46 percent. Again, the government school students have fared well with a 77.84 passing percent record.