Karnataka SSLC Toppers List 2024: Highest Marks, Merit List

Karnataka SSLC Toppers List 2024: Highest Marks, Merit List. Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board (KSEAB) on May 09, 2024, released the Karnataka Board Class 10 result. Students can check their results through the official website. Karnataka SSLC exam 2024 was conducted from 25 March to 6 April. About 8 million students attended.

At the same time, the practical and Viva examinations were held on April 8, 2024. The exam was conducted in a single shift (10.15 am to 1.30 pm). The total pass percentage this year is 73.40%. A total of 859967 appeared in the exam out of which 631204 candidates have passed. KSEAB will allow students to apply for rechecking or re-evaluation of results. Application portal kseab.karnataka.gov.in soon will open where you can apply for re-evaluation.

Karnataka SSLC Toppers List
Karnataka SSLC Toppers List

Karnataka SSLC Toppers List 2024

Karnataka SSLC Toppers List 2024 is provided below. Check the full list of toppers here.

Article Karnataka SSLC Toppers List 2024
Board  Karnataka Secondary Examination and Assessment Board (KSEAB)
Exam Name  Secondary School Leaving Certificate
Exam Date  25 March to 6 April 2024
KSEAB Class 10th Result 2024 Date 09 May 2024
Mode of Result  Online & Via SMS
Category  Result
Karnataka SSLC Exam Date 2024 25 March to 6 April 2024
Exam End  6 April 2024
Re-evaluate / Re-Checking   June 2024
Revised Result June 2024
Official Website  kseab.karnatka.gov.in
Post Category  Toppers List
Post By  Sarkarilist.Com

Here is the complete list of Karnataka SSLC toppers for 2024. Check the topper name and marks below:

  1. Ankita Basappa Konnur – 625 Marks
  2. Medha P Shetty  – 624 Marks
  3. Harshitha DM – 624 Marks
  4. Chinmay Gk  – 624 Marks
  5. Siddhant Naikaba Gadage – 624 Marks
  6. Darshan Subray Bhat – 624 Marks
  7. Chinmay Shreepad Hegde – 624 Marks
  8. Shriram KM – 624 Marks
  9. Sourav Kaushik – 623 Marks
  10. Ankita Anand Andewadikar – 623 Marks
  11. Dheeraj Preetham Reddy B C – 623 Marks
  12. Manyathas Maiya – 623 Marks
  13. Monish Sais N – 623 Marks
  14. Dharshitha A – 623 Marks
  15. Jahnavi S – 623 Marks
  16. DS Dhanvee – 623 Marks
  17. Navaneeth KC – 623 Marks
  18. Sahana N – 623 Marks
  19. Ananya Gowda V – 623 Marks
  20. Nisarga HG – 623 Marks
  21. Pavitra Madivalappagouda Konnur – 623 Marks
  22. Trupti Ramachandra Gouda – 623 Marks
Rank Name Marks Obtained
1 Ankita Basappa 625
2 Meda. P. Shetty 624
3 Harshita 624

Karnataka SSLC Topper List 2023

Here is the complete list of toppers for the year 2023:

Rank Name Percentage Marks
1 Bhoomika Pai 100% 625
2 Anupama Hireholi 100% 625
3 Yashas Gowda 100% 625
4 Bhimangouda Patil 100% 625

Official Websites to Check Results Online:

Here is the list of all official websites where you can check the final result online. These are official websites.

How to check Class 10 results online?

Steps to check Karnataka SSLC Result 2024 Class 10 are given below:

  • First, go to the Official website https://karresults.nic.in
  • Go to the homepage and link to Karnataka SSLC register.
  • Click on the link and provide the requested information, including your registration number and date of birth.
  • Once you have filled out the necessary information, submit it.
  • Now your result will be displayed on the screen.

How many passing marks should I Score in the 10th Class?

To clear the SSLC exam, candidates will have to score 150 out of a total of 40 marks in the theory exam and 50 out of a minimum of 30 marks in the practical exam. Students who fail to score minimum marks will be required to take the SSLC Supplementary Exam. The total passing marks are 35 per cent. Out of a total of 625 marks, students will have to score a minimum of 219 marks to pass.

  • Students who achieve 90 per cent or more marks will be considered excellent and will be given a Grade A+.
  • Those who score between 80-90 per cent, which is classified as very good, will be rewarded with Grade A.
  • Grade B+ will be given to those who score between 70-80 per cent.
  • 60-70 per cent of students will be given Grade B.
  • 50-60 per cent will be given Grade C+.
  • 35-50 per cent of candidates will be given a Grade C depending on their performance.

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