So, Karnataka is a state of India which is popular mainly for harvesting crops and temples but it has very good academic background and KSEEB manages all the boards very decently. Recently the SSLC and PUC boards are over and the rumors of Karnataka SSLC result 2018 is already creating havoc among students. Last time the exams were scheduled late so KSEEB rounded up the schedule in very less days and a month after that PUC results were announced. At most 17 lakh students in total registered for this year PUC and SSLC exams. If Karnataka students are eager to know about this then please [pursue this blog post till the end.
SSLC result 2018 Karnataka Online, May second week
Before this, I will be telling 3 to 4 ways by which students will be able to know SSLC result 2018 Karnataka Online if they encounter any problem in the midst of checking result. Students are required to keep their admit card with them while checking result. Firstly, students should visit the official website for checking result and enter their roll number given in admit card after that the result will display on screen.
Secondly there is no official announcement release by officials yet but both the results will release in next few weeks. It is to be notice that PUC Karnataka Results 2018 will release few days before SSLC result 2018. As PUC students have to pursue college studies there results will be declaring before SSLC.
How to check PUC karnataka results
If official websites got stuck by any reason then you can visit the other websites like India results to check SSLC result 2018 Karnataka Online. Result can also be known by sending the message KAR space <roll no.> to 56263. It can also be known through call which is IVR system.
We hope students have got enough information through this blog posts. If not then we recommend visiting our website and getting latest and regular updates regarding SSLC result 2018 Karnataka Online. This year KSEEB did a little change in order to tight the security during the examinations like planting CCTV’s and appointing more invigilators in every classroom.