An senior official in KSEEB (Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board) told Oneindia that, around 63000 evaluators are taking part in the valuation process, which are held in 30 district headquarters.
Around 8.49 lakh students have taken up their SSLC examination. Of the 3,003 centres across Karnataka, 250 centres have been identified as sensitive. The department of Public instruction had tightened measures to avoid any possible paper leaks and malpractices across all centres.
Tensions of exams are over. Now, the time is for results. Some students seem to be worried while some are exited to know their percentage. Finger cross and hope for the best results.
Further, the official said that, the results are expected to be out on or before 10th of May, 2013. It is expected that results will be declared in a time being of 30 days after the examination concludes.
Once the results are out, we shall publish it in our website. Students are hereby requested to keep a check for updates.
Oneindia Education wishes all students the very best for results.