Karnataka SSLC Result 2018: KSEEB to declare result of class 10 students on this date, check here

The results of Karnataka SSLC (class 10) exam 2018 will be declared by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) next week.

The results will be announced on and

As reported, the Karnataka SSLC Result 2018 will be announced on May 7.

Karnataka SSLC Result 2018 will not be announced by the Education Minister.

“Since the model code of conduct was put in force on 27 March in poll-bound Karnataka, the results will not be released by the Education Minister, instead, the results will be released by the education board officials,” as reported by NDTV.

Last year, the results were announced on May 11.


Further, an official from the board authorities has said that the Karnataka SSLC Result 2018 will be declared anytime i.e. there is no fixed time set by the board.

This year, about 8.5 lakh students registered for the exam which also includes 70,253 repeat candidates and 23,199 private candidates.

The Karnataka SSLC Class 10 exam 2018 was concluded on April 6. The exam will be held at 2,817 examination centres across the state.

Check Karnataka SSLC Result 2018 at

Karnataka SSLC Result 2018: With over 8 lakh candidates checking their result, it is likely that the official website may get crashed. Nevertheless, students need to wait and keep trying again.

Karnataka SSLC Result 2018: Here are the steps students need to follow to check the Karnataka SSLC Result 2018 or Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Result 2018:

  • Go to the official website,
  • Click on the relevant link
  • Enter all the required details in the prescribed format
  • Click to submit
  • Results will be displayed on the screen
  • Download and take print out of the same for future use


Name of the Board: Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB)

Name of the exam: Karnataka SSLC Result 2018

Result release date: May 7

Result declaration time: Not yet announced

Official website for checking result:

Students debarred for attendance shortage:

According to the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB), of the 8,54,424 students eligible to appear for the exams, 10,867 candidates were not allowed to write it owing to shortage of attendance.

Extra hour for visually impaired students:

According to the board, visually impaired and students with learning disabilities were given an extra hour to complete their paper.

About Karnataka SSLC:

Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board came into existence in the year 1966, has been conducting SSLC and other examinations.

The board conducts the examination every year in April and June and a total of 10 lakh students appear for the SSLC examination.

The board has ventured to conduct the supplementary examination for the failed candidates of the examination of March in June month of every year itself.

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