Karnataka SSLC Supplementary Results 2014-2015


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How to Check Karnataka Board SSLC Results 2015:-

1. Register on http://karnataka10.jagranjosh.com
2. Students will get the updates on Board Exam Results
3. Students can check their results to fill Roll Number in given form
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Karnataka Board Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Supplementary Exam 2014 Conducted by “Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB), Bangalore” will announce the results of SSLC Supplementary exam 2014 or class 10th re-appearing paper results in July 2014.

The exam results for all roughly 8 lakh examinees was announced in May and since some students were unable to obtain the minimum passing marks had to apply for the supplementary examination which was conducted in June 2014.

In 2013, the SSLC Supplementary Results 2013 was declared on 12th July 2013 at 4:25 p.m.

To check your KSEEB Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) ‘Supplmentary’ result 2014 you need to have your roll number handy as well as internet access, followed by visiting the below mentioned websites to view your results:

Check Karnataka Board SSLC Results 2014

Over 8.26 lakh students appeared in the SSLC examination 2014  this year, and 41,269 candidates were repeating the examinations. It’s been recorded that overall 7.26 lakh students were applying freshly for the first time and the private students were 21,670 in count.

As mentioned above, near about 8 lacs students had written their papers of SSLC  2014 examination and every year the ratio of failed candidates is diminishing, which is a good sign.

Upon receiving the good news of clearing remaining papers of SSLC 2014 Examination, the students will be able to successfully pursue junior college, i.e.  first and second year of Pre- University College course, in the desired stream.

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