Bengaluru: Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) is likely to announce the Karnataka SSLC Result 2016 today, 16th May at 3 PM. After the official announcement, Karnataka 10th Result will be available on official websites and

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Every year the Board conducts SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) examination during the month of March-April. KSEEB Results are likely to be declared around May 16. Results will be available at the official website of KSEEB. Considering speculations and uncertainty around SSLC Result Kerala, students can get relevant information regarding the Karnataka SSLC result 2016 at

How to check SSLC Result 2016 Karnataka Board online?
Immediately after the Board declares the result, candidates are required to retrieve the same at the official website of Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB). During the result declaration, there may be chances of heavy internet traffic. Hence candidates are advised to keep their roll number/ admit card number/ registration number in hand. In addition to this, candidates can also save a copy of the result (printed or non-printed) for reference purpose till official certificate is issued by the Board.

To get KSEEB SSLC Result 2016 without any delay or problems, students can follow the simple steps given below:
•    Visit /
•    Click on the relevant link for Karnataka SSLC Result
•    Enter your hall ticket number and other details
•    Click on the ‘Submit’ button
•    Check Karnataka 10th Result properly
•    Save softcopy PDF or take printout of the mark sheet

As every year, the KSEEB would be issuing the original result certificate later on. Until then, students are requested to maintain a saved copy or printout for future references.

Looking at Karnataka 10th Result of last year:
Exam Period: 30 March to 13 April, 2015
Total number of examination centre: 3,003 centres
Result date: May 12, 2015
Total number of candidates: 8,56,366
Number of male candidates: 4.52 lakh
Number of female candidates: 4.03 lakh
Number of private candidates 16,337
Number of repeater candidates: 32,607
Total number of pass candidates: 6.85 lakh
Overall pass percentage: 81.82%
Pass percentage for girls: 86.23%
Pass percentage for boys: 77.85
Best performing district: Udupi (93.37%)
Worst performing district: Gadag (66.74%)

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