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The evaluation of answer sheets has been completed of the Karnataka SSLC supplementary exam under Karnataka Secondary Education Exam Board (KSEEB).
The result of Karnataka SSLC supplementary is not decided yet. The result will be declared on the official website of KSEEB: kseeb.kar.nic.in
The exams were conducted from June 21 to June 28, 2019. The candidates should regularly visit the websites for the updates regarding the results.
However, no confirmation date has been imitated by the KSEEB.
Recently, the schedule for the first round of seat allotment for admissions to various courses has been released by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA).
The courses are engineering, architecture, Agriculture, Veterinary for which the schedule has been released.
The details regarding the fee structure and Seat Matrix is available on the official website: https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/
Also, the result for Karnataka Pre- University Certificate supplementary exam has been declared. The result is now available on the official website of Karnataka Examination Results i.e. karresults.nic.in.
The candidates who appeared for the exam can visit the official website and check the result.
The Department of Pre-University Education or PUE, Government of Karnataka, conducts higher secondary annual exams in the state, which is known as PUC first (for Class 11) and second (Class 12) exams. PUE department function under the Department of Primary Secondary Education.
Steps to download the result:
Step1: visit the official website of Karnataka Public Examinations: karresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the Result link displayed on the homepage
Step 3: Another page will be re-directed
Step 4: Enter the name, roll no. and registration number
Step 5: View and download your result
The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board, which came into existence in 1966, has been conducting the main examination of Class XII of affiliated schools and conducting 11 other examinations such as Music, DD and Commerce.
The headquarters of the Board in Bangalore are the divisional offices in Belgaum, Kalaburgi and Mysore, and the Bangalore headquarters in Malleswaram, Bangalore.
Approximately 8.5 lakh children attend the 10th-grade board exams conducted by the board in April each year and about 2.2 lakh children attend supplementary exams in June.
The Director (Examinations) will take care of all matters relating to SSLC examinations while the other examinations will be handled by the Director (Other Exams).
The Board consists of 09 Branches for Administration, Assessment Branch, Tender Management, Evaluation and 34 Districts. The computer branch plays a key role in computerizing the performance of tests.
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