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KSEEB SSLC Revaluation Result (Announced): Check Direct Link, Toppers, Revaluation, Exam Pattern, Syllabus
Karnataka Board Latest Updates
Nearly 71.8% candidates cleared Karnataka board SSLC exam. The results. Candidates can get access to the result by entering the board roll number mentioned in the admit card. The board has also released the dates for PUC II supplementary exam. Candidates who are not satisfied with their marks can apply for revaluation from August 14, 2020 to August 24, 2020 on the official website.
Nearly 8-9 lakh students appear for the 10th class and 5 - 6 lakh students for 12th class examination every year. Results for 2nd PUC was declared on July 14, 2020 at 11:30 am. Candidates can check their results online at karresults.nic.in by entering their registration number as mentioned on the admit card.
Around 5,42,300 candidates passed in the exam taking the pass percentage to 71.8% which is slightly less than las year.
Six students secured full marks in the exam.
Nearly 18,600 candidates who did not appear for the exam due to COVID-19 can appear in PUC II as a fresh candidate.
Class 11 is the 1st PUC followed by 12th board which is the 2nd PUC exam. This year 5.95 lakh students from science, commerce, and arts appeared for 2nd PUC exams.
Karnataka board conducts the 2nd PUC exam during March and initially scheduled to be conducted between March 3 to 23, 2020 but the last exam was postponed.
The English exam was postponed to June 18, 2020 and conducted with adequate social distancing norms and safety measurements.
12th board exam students who did not appear for their exams during the month of March will be allowed to sit as fresh candidates during the supplementary exams.
For passing the PUC or SSLC exam, one needs to score a minimum of 35% in aggregate. Students failing to get this score but sit for the paper again.
Karnataka Board Important Highlights 2020
Important highlights of Karnataka board exams 2020:
|Exam conducting authority||KSEEB|
|Exam names||Karnataka SSLC Board Examination Karnataka PUC (2nd) Board Examination|
|Number of registrations||8.5 lakh for SSLC exam 5.95 lakh for 2nd PUC exam|
|Number of exam centres||2879|
|Exam duration||3 h|
Important dates of Karnataka board exams, 2020
|Exam details||10th board SSLC||12th board PUC|
|Admit card||February 11, 2020||February 12, 2020|
|Exam start date||June 25, 2020||March 4, 2020|
|Exam end date||July 4, 2020||June 18, 2020|
|Result declaration||Last week of July/early August, 2020||July 14, 2020|
|Supplementary exam||August, 2020||August, 2020|
KSEEB Eligibility 2020
Karnataka Board Eligibility 2020
The initial registration process for class 10 starts around a year before the board exam. The candidates who are about to appear in the final exam of class 9 shall complete the initial registration process by depositing the prescribed fee and filling the form. Similarly, for class 12 the initial registration shall be completed when the candidate is in class 11. The final registration process starts around 4-5 months before the examination. The candidates who have fulfilled the conditions regarding attendance, pre board marks etc will be eligible to fill the application form to appear in the board exam. The initial and final registration form shall be filled and submitted only through the affiliated school.
Karnataka SSLC 2020 eligibility:
Students must have completed 8th, 9th, and 10th standards from a high/ higher secondary/ multipurpose school.
Students must have performed satisfactorily and have a good conduct duly attested by the head of the institution.
At least 75% attendance is compulsory for all students from a recognized institution.
Karnataka 2nd PUC 2020 eligibility:
Candidates must have the required attendance to sit for class 12 Karnataka board exams.
Candidates must have cleared their 1st PUC from the department of PUE from any board recognized by the department.
Karnataka Board Registration 2020
Karnataka Board Registration 2020
Appearing for SSLC will require registration of candidates on the official website. The notification for registration was out on 30th August 2019.
The registration process is usually done by the schools, and if not, then the candidates can visit the official website and register themselves.
The registration should be completed within the deadline, failing to which their candidature will be cancelled and they will not be able to appear for the examination.
The same process follows for the PUC exam, where the candidates need to register within the scheduled date, which is open from 31st July, then they will not be able to appear for the exam.
For SSLC candidates, the examination fee is Rs 365 to Rs 440.
For students who will reappear for the exam, the fees will be Rs 240-290 for a single subject, Rs 290-350 for two subjects, and Rs 390-470 for more than three subjects.
There is also a limiting fee of Rs 20 for lamination of the mark card.
KSEEB Admit Card 2020
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board KSEEB Admit Card 2020
The admit card, also known as hall ticket is an important document that must be carried to the exam hall by all students for every subject. Dates for hall ticket release will be announced on the official website. Failing to produce the admit card might result in cancellation of their exam.
Class 10 SSLC exam admit card was released on February 11, 2020 and class 12 2nd PUC exam admit card was released the next day.
School authorities must download the admit cards from the official web site using the user id and password (provided by the board).
Date and time to collect admit cards are declared by schools. Students must collect the same once the notice is out.
Admit cards must contain school seal, signature of school head, candidates name, and candidate signature.
The admit card contains important information such as name, registration number, roll number, guardian names, school name, papers in which he/she will sit for with code, date and time, centre number, and important instructions to the candidates.
Candidates must cross check every information printed on the admit cards. In case of discrepancy, contact your school head immediately and get it rectified at earliest.
KSEEB Syllabus 2020
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination class 10 syllabus:
|Mathematics||Arithmetic progressions, Triangles, Pair of Linear equations in two variables, Circles, Areas related to circles, Constructions, Coordinate Geometry, Real numbers, Polynomials, Quadratic equations, Introduction to Trigonometry, Some Applications of Trigonometry, Statistics Probability, Surface areas and volumes, Proofs in mathematics, Mathematical modelling|
|Science||Chemical Reaction and Equations, Acids, Bases, Salts, Metals & Nonmetals, Life Processes, Control and Coordination, Electricity, Magnetic Effects of Electric Current, Our Environment, Carbon and its Compounds, Periodic Classification of Elements, How do Organisms Reproduce, Heredity and Evolution, Light Reflection and Refraction, The Human Eye and the Colourful World, Sources of Energy, Sustainable Management of Natural Resources|
|History||Advent of Europeans To India, Extension of British Rule, Impact of British Rule In India, British Rule Opposition In Karnataka, Social & Religious Reformation Movements, First War of Indian Independence, Freedom Movement, Gandhi & National Movement, Post Independent India, Political Developments of 20th C|
|Political Science||Problems Of India & Their Solutions, Indian Foreign Policy, India's Relationship With Other Countries, Global Problems & India's Role, International Institution|
|Sociology||Social Stratification, Labour, Social Movements, Social Problems|
|Geography||Indian Position & Extension, Indian Physiography, Indian Climate, Indian Soils, Indian Forest Resources, Indian Water Resources, Indian Land Resources, Indian Mineral And Power Resources, Indian Transport & Communication, Indian Industries, Indian Natural Disasters, Indian Population|
|Economics||Development, Rural Development, Money & Credit, Public & Finance|
|Business Studies||Bank Transactions, Entrepreneurship, Globalization of Business, Consumer Education & Protection|
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination class 12 syllabus:
|Mathematics||Relations & functions, inverse trigonometric functions, matrices, determinants, continuity, differentiability, application of derivatives, integrals, differential equations, vectors, 3D geometry, linear programming, probability,|
|English Literature||Romeo and Juliet, Too Dear, On children, A Sunny Morning, When You Are Old, Everything I Need To Know I Learned In The Forest, The Gardener, To The Foot From Its Child, I Believe Books Will Never Disappear, Heaven, If You Are Not On Earth, Japan And Brazil Through A Traveler's Eye, The Voter, Where There Is A Wheel, Water|
|Computer Science||Typical configuration of Computer system Organisation, Boolean Algebra, Data Structures, Object Oriented Programming in C++, Database Concepts, Networking Concepts, Internet and Open source concepts, Web Designing|
|Electronics||Field Effect Transistor, Bipolar Junction Transistor Biasing, Feedback in Amplifiers, Transistor Amplifiers, Oscillators, Wireless Communications, Modulation and Demodulation, Power Electronics and its applications, Digital Electronics, Microcontroller, C Programming, Modern Communication Systems|
|Geology||Petrology, Structural Geology, Stratigraphy, Palaeontology|
|Geography||Human geography, World population, Human economic activities, Transport, trade & communication, Human settlements, Population of India, Agriculture, Land & water resources, Mineral & power resources, Manufacturing industries, Geographical perspectives of environmental issues, Geographical data representation|
|History||Introduction, Stone & metal age, Indus civilization, Ancient period, Medieval period, Socio religious reform in medieval India, Modern period, Map work|
|Sociology||Making of Indian society, Social inequality, Inclusive strategies, Family in India, Change & development of villages, Eco-political-communication system, Social movements, Social change in India|
|Psychology||Intelligence, Personality, Challenges Of Adjustment, Psychological Disorders, Therapeutic Approaches, Social Relevance of Psychology, Psychology & Life, Nurturing Psychological Skills.|
|Biology||Asexual resproduction, Sexual reproduction in flowering plants,Principle of inheritance & variation, Human reproduction, Reproductive strategies, Human health & disease, Molecular basis of inheritance, Evolution, Organisms & population, Food production, Microbes in human welfare, Biotechnology principles, process, application, Ecosystem, Biodiversity & conservation|
|Physics||Electric charges and fields, electrostatic potential and capacitance, current electricity, moving charges & magnetism, magnetism & matter, electromagnetic induction, alternating current, electromagnetic waves, ray optics and optical instruments, wave optics, dual nature of radiation and matter, atoms, nuclei, semiconductor electronics|
|Chemistry||Solid state, solutions, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, surface chemistry, general principles & processes of isolation elements, p, d, f-block elements, coordination compounds, haloalkanes & haloarenes, alcohols, phenols & ethers, aldehydes, ketones & carboxylic acids, amines, biomolecules, polymers, chemistry in everyday life|
|Economics||Introduction (micro economics), Consumer behaviour, Demand analysis, Production & cost, Theory of firm & perfect competition, Introduction (macro economics), National income accounting, Money & banking, Consumption & investment function, Government budget & economy, Open economy|
|Accountancy||Depreciation, provisions, & reserves, Accounting for partnership, Partnership accounts - admission of partner, retirement/death of partner, dissolution of partnership accounts, Accounting for share capital & dentures, Financial statements of joint stock company, Analysis of financial statements, Accounting for MPA, Computers in accounting|
|Statistics||Vital Statistics, Index Numbers, Time Series Analysis, Interpolation & Extrapolation, Theoretical Distributions, Statistical Inference, Statistical Quality Control, Operations Research|
KSEEB Exam Pattern 2020
Exam Pattern 2020
Each paper carries 100 marks which needs to be answered in 3 hours. Prior to this, students are given 15 minutes extra to have a look at the question paper. The type of questions will be a mix of MCQs and descriptive types.
SSLC exam pattern:
In mathematics, chapters such as Pair of Linear equations in two variables and triangles carry 8 marks. Arithmetic progression, polynomial, quadratic equations, and statistics carry 6 marks. Constructions, coordinate geometry, and trigonometry carries 5 marks.
For sciences, acid, bases, and salts, life processes, magnetic effects of electric current, and evolution carries 6 marks. Control and coordination, how organisms reproduce and the human eye carries 5 marsk. Electricity and reflection of light carries 7 marks.
For social sciences, all questions carry 2 marks with the exception of first war of independence, impact of British rule in India (3 marks) and ear of Gandhi and national movement (4 marks)
2nd PUC exam pattern
In mathematics, part A is compulsory with each question carrying 1 mark. In part B, 10 out of 14 questions are to be answered each carrying 2 marks. In part C, 10 out of 14 questions are to be answered, each carrying 3 marks. In part D, 6 out of 10 questions each carrying 5 marks must be answered. For part E, 1 out of 2 questions each carrying 10 marks is to be answered.
For physics, there will be 10 very short answers of 1 mark each in part A (compulsory). part B has 8 questions of 2 marks, out of which 5 are to be answered. part C question 3 has 8 questions of 3 marks, out of which 5 are to be answered and question 4 has 3 questions of 5 marks out of which 2 must be answered. Part D question 5 has 3 questions of 5 marks out of which 2 must be answered and question 6 has 5 questions of 5 marks out of which 3 must be answered.
Chemistry paper of 3 hours. Group 1 is of 36 marks, group 2 of 28 marks, and group 3 of 41 marks. All questions are of 4 - 8 marks each.
Karnataka Board Result 2020
Karnataka board announced class 12 results on July 14 and class 10 results on August 10, 2020.
Candidates can check their results at karresults.nic.in by clicking on the result link and entering the registration number (mentioned on admit card).
Students can alternatively check the results via sms. Just type KAR12<Registration Number> and send this to 56263.
The result will have details such as student’s name, registration number, subjects in which the student appeared, internal and external marks in each paper, total marks, grades, qualifying status, and CGA (cumulative grade average)
Pass marks in each subject is 35% in aggregate. To pass, candidates need to secure at least 210 marks out of 600 marks, i.e. 30 marks in each subject and 70 marks in language papers.
Candidates who are not satisfied with their marks can apply online for revaluation by paying INR 1670 for retotaling and INR 530 for a scanned copy of answer sheet.
Karnataka Board Supplementary Exam
The board has released the schedule for SSLC supplementary exam 2020. The exam will be conducted from September 21, 2020 to September 28, 2020. The notification regarding the admit card for the exam is yet to be released. It can be expected that the admit card will be released online as it is difficult to collect it from school. The schedule for the exam is tabulated below:
Supplementary Exam Schedule
|September 21, 2020||Mathematics, Sociology|
|September 22, 2020|
First Language(As selected by the candidate)
|September 23, 2020||Social Science|
|September 24, 2020||Second Language: English/Kannada|
|September 25, 2020|
Third Language: Hindi/Kannada/English/Arabic/Persian/Urdu/Sanskrit/Konkani/Tulu
NSQF Exam Subjects:
Information Technology/Retail, Automobile/Health CareBeauty & Wellness
|September 26, 2020||Core Subject: Elements of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering/ Engineering Graphics-2/Elements of Electronics Engineering/Elements of Computer Science/Indian Economics|
|September 28, 2020||Core Subject: Science/Political Science/Karnatak Music/ Hindustani Music|
Previous Year Result Analysis
Stream (class 12)
Pass percentage for boys
Pass percentage for girls
SSLC results of previous year:
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: When will Karnataka board SSLC 2020 results be released?
Ans. Karnataka board SSLC results will be released by the end of July or first week of August, 2020. Candidates must check the official website for latest notices.
Question: What is the fee for revaluation of Karnataka board exam papers?
Ans. Revaluation fee for Karnataka board exam 2020 INR 1670 for retotaling and INR 530 for a scanned copy of answer sheet.
Question: How can I download my Karnataka 2020 board result?
Ans. You can download your Karnataka board 2020 result online at karresults.nic.in by entering your registration number as mentioned on the admit card.
Question: How can I check my Karnataka board 2nd PUC 2020 result via sms?
Ans. Candidates can check their Karnataka board 2nd PUC results via just sms by typing KAR12<Registration Number> and sending this to 56263.
Question: There are some errors in the details printed in my Karnataka board 2020 admit card. What can I do?
Ans. In case of discrepancy in your Karnataka board admit card, contact your school head immediately to get it rectified.
Question: What is the eligibility criteria for Karnataka SSLC students?
Ans. Karnataka SSLC eligibility criteria is that students must have completed 8th, 9th, and 10th standards from a high/ higher secondary/ multipurpose school with satisfactorily performance and have a good conduct duly attested by the head of the institution. They also should have at least 75% attendance from a recognized institution.
Question: What is the eligibility criteria for Karnataka board 2nd PUC students?
Ans. In order to be eligible for Karnataka board 2nd PUC exam, candidates must have the required attendance to sit for class 12 Karnataka board exams and must have cleared their 1st PUC from the department of PUE from any board recognized by the department.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College