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Karnataka SSLC Supplementary Exam Result 2024 Declared Today: Steps to Check, Overview of Exam 2



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The Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board (KSEAB) has officially announced the results of the Karnataka Class 10 Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Supplementary Exam 2 for 2024. The long-awaited results were declared earlier today to provide students who appeared for the supplementary exams an opportunity to check and download their scores on the official portals.

The supplementary examination, known as Exam 2, is part of the new system that incorporates three yearly exams for Class 10 (SSLC) and Class 12 (II PUC). This alteration, initiated in the 2023-24 academic year, has eliminated the need for supplementary exams for SSLC and II PUC students. The recent results of Exam 2 will play a crucial role for students wishing to improve their scores.

To access their Karnataka SSLC Supplementary Exam 2 results, Class 10 students should visit the official website of KSEAB. The step-by-step process involves entering specific details like roll number and date of birth to retrieve the individual results instantly.

The Karnataka SSLC Supplementary Exam 2 took place from June 14 to June 21, 2024, providing students with a chance to enhance their performance. Following the release of the exam key on June 21, the objection window remained open till the following day to address any discrepancies.

In the broader context, the Karnataka government’s directive to implement three exams a year marks a significant shift in the examination structure. By categorizing the exams as Exam 1, Exam 2, and Exam 3, students now have the option to retake exams to achieve higher scores, with the highest score being recognized on their final marks card.

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