Karnataka SSLC Exam 2 Results Announced: 31.02% Pass Percentage, Gender Disparity & Unaided Schools Lead

The Karnataka School Examination & Assessment Board (KSEAB) has declared the results for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Exam 2 for the academic year 2023-24. The exams were held from June 14 to June 22, 2024, across 724 centers in Karnataka. Out of the 2,23,293 students who appeared for the exams, 69,275 passed, resulting in an overall pass percentage of 31.02%. Students can access their results on the official websites, https://karresults.nic.in and https://kseab.karnataka.gov.in.

A closer analysis of the results reveals a substantial gender disparity in pass percentages. Of the 1,44,153 boys who took the exam, only 38,820 managed to pass, leading to a pass percentage of 26.93%. In contrast, girls exhibited significantly better performance, with 30,455 out of 79,140 girls passing, resulting in a pass percentage of 38.48%. This marked difference underscores the superior performance of female students in the SSLC Exam 2.

The performance analysis based on school type reveals interesting trends. Unaided schools showcased the highest pass percentage, significantly outperforming both government and aided schools. The breakdown is as follows: Unaided schools recorded a pass percentage of 29.43% with 32,570 students passing out of 1,10,654. Aided schools saw a pass percentage of 28.71% with 19,154 students passing out of 66,712. Government schools recorded the highest pass percentage of 38.21% with 17,551 students passing out of 45,927. This data indicates that unaided schools are leading in terms of successful outcomes for their students.

While the overall pass percentage stands at 31.02%, a subject-wise breakdown offers further insights:


Language 1:


Language 2:


Language 3:


Subject 1:


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Subject 3:


These figures highlight a varied performance across different subjects, with Language 1 and Language 3 having relatively higher pass percentages.

The results also exhibit a slight difference in performance between urban and rural students. In urban areas, out of 89,691 students, 27,955 passed, resulting in a pass percentage of 31.17%. In rural areas, out of 1,33,602 students, 41,320 passed, with a pass percentage of 30.93%. The marginally higher urban pass rate highlights the persistent challenges faced by rural students in accessing quality education.

Analyzing the performance based on the medium of instruction reveals the following pass percentages:


Kannada Medium:


English Medium:


Urdu Medium:


Marathi Medium:


Telugu Medium:


Tamil Medium:


Hindi Medium:


English medium students achieved the highest pass percentage, followed by Urdu and Hindi mediums, indicating potential advantages in these instructional languages.

The results are now available on the official websites, and students have also received their results via SMS. The consolidated result sheet and provisional marks cards can be accessed through the school login on the KSEAB website. Key dates for further processes include: …

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