Candidates who have appeared in Karnataka SSLC 2017 would tentatively be able to check the Result of 2017 on 16th May 2017. If we take a look at the past few years Karnataka 10th result stats, we have noticed that in 2014, there were around 3.09 % candidates who successfully got between 90 % and 100 % marks whereas, in 2015, the percentage has improved and gone up to 4.09 %.
10.06 % candidates gained between 80-90 per cent marks in the year of 2014, whereas again in last year i.e 2015 it shot up to 11.58 percent.
If we separate the result in accordance to the gender wise, the total pass rate of young women (86.23 every penny) lies higher if compared to young men (77.85 every penny). Of the total 8,37,357 candidates who showed up for the exam, there were 7,88,442 first attempters, 27,258 customary repeaters, 16,304 private first attempters and 5,353 private repeaters.
As Karnataka Board updates the result officially we will update on this page. So you can easily check SSLC Result 2017 Karnataka Board online with the help of roll no n and name. Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board organised the SSLC Examination in March 2017 for the students studying in SSLC from the same board
How to check Karnataka Board SSLC Result 2017
1. Visit the official website of Karnataka Board SSLC Result 2017.
2. Then click on SSLC 2017 Results.
3. Now enter your Registration Number and the text shown in the image (security code).
4. Then click on submit button.
5. Now your results are here, which you can download by clicking on ‘Save’ and can get a hard copy by clicking on Print.
All The Best for your Results!
Karnataka Board SSLC Result Dates
|Examination Name||Exam Dates||Result Date|
|Karnataka SSLC Board Class 10th||30th March 2017 to 13th April 2017|
Some previous Results Statistics: –
|Year||Over All Pass Percentage %||Boys %||Girls %||No. of Appeared Students|
|2017||92.50 (Expected)||91.06 (Expected)||91.78 (Expected)||4,50,451 (Expected)|
From the above table data, it is clear that numbers of appearing students are increasing every year and in the same manner, the resulting percentage is also increasing. If we are talking about the year 2016, then the numbers of appearing students were 8,56,257 and the resulting percentage were 89.72. This year, this year around 8.49 Lakh students across 3082 examination centre appeared in the exam and result percentage is expected to reach till 92.50.