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Karnataka SSLC 2020: Sannithi, Chirayu, Nikhilesh, Dheeraj, Anush, Tanmayi toppers

All the six students have scored cent per cent marks in Karnataka SSLC 2020 exam

Monday August 10, 2020 5:00 PM, ummid.com News Network

Karnataka SSLC toppers

Karnataka SSLC Result 2020: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has declared on its official website karresults.nic.in the results of the Senior School Leaving Certificate (Karnataka SSLC) 2020, also known as Pre University and Class 10 exams, today i.e. Monday August 10.

The state registered an over all pass percentage of 71.80 in the 2020 SSLC exam. Six students have scored 100% marks i.e. 625 out of the total 625 marks, and became SSLC topper 2020.

The six students are Sannithi Mahabaleshwara Hegde of Sirsi, Chirayu of Bengaluru, Nikhilesh Murali of Bengaluru, Dheeraj Reddy MP of Mandya, Anush of Dakshina Kannada and Tanmayi of Chikkamagaluru.

A total of 82.31 per cent students from private schools cleared the 2020 SSLC exam. On the other hand, the government schools recorded 72.79 per cent pass percentage. The pass percentage of aided schools stood at 70.60 per cent.

As many as 1,550 schools, including 501 government schools, 139 aided, 910 unaided, scored 100% pass percentage. "Timetable for SSLC Supplementary Exam 2020 will be released within two days", the board said.

Direct link to check Karnataka SSLC 2020 Result

  1. Click here to go to the official website: karresult.nic.in.
  2. Click on SSLC Result 2020.
  3. Enter Reg Number.
  4. Click on Submit button.

Karnataka SSLC 10th Pre University Exam results are also accessible on kseeb.kar.nic.in, pue.kar.nic.in, indiaresults.com and results.nic.in.

The KSEEB also declared districwtise pass percentage and reusult including that of Hassan, Bangalore and Ramnagar.

8.5 lakh students appeared in the exam

Around 8.5 lakh students appeared for the KSEEB 10th exams at 3,179 centres across the state from June 25 to July 3, complying with the lockdown guidelines such as wearing of masks, washing hands with sanitiser and keeping physical distance.

Apart from the main 2,879 centres, 300 additional centres were set up to accommodate students spilling over from other centres to ensure social distancing.

About 200-250 students were accommodated at each centre, with about 200 in the centres located in the containment zones.

A whopping 86,000 people, including 63,000 state school teachers and 23,000 from other departments like Health, Police and Social Welfare were on duty for the smooth conduct of the exams in six subjects - English, Kannada, third language, natural science, social science and mathematics.

The KSEEB Class 10 SSLC exams were earlier scheduled from March 27 to April 9, but were put off as the lockdown was extended thrice up to May 31.

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