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KSEEB SSLC Grading System 2022: Check Marks v/s Grades v/s Percentage Analysis

Deepansh SharmaUpdated On: May 19, 2022 01:09 pm IST

KSEEB earlier followed the method of classes and distinction to assess the performance of the students in SSLC examination. However, it was in 2015 that KSEEB introduced this Six-point-scale ranging from A+, followed by A, B+ and so on till C.

Karnataka SSLC Grading System 2022

Karnataka SSLC Grading System 2022 has been introduced by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB). Karnataka SSLC Grading System 2022 is a six-point-grading scale that assesses students on the basis of their performance in the Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Board Examinations. Just to mention a general point, KSEEB earlier followed the method of classes and distinction to assess the students' performance in the SSLC examination. However, it was in 2015 that KSEEB introduced this Six-point-scale ranging from A+, followed by A, B+ and so on to C. Since then, the students appearing for the Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Board Examination, are awarded these grades mentioned above. Karnataka SSLC 2022 result has been released on May 19, 2022 on the official website, and with the information provided in the article, students can understand the relationship between marks and grades.

The Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Board Examinations are conducted for 6 Subjects, out of which 3 are core subjects while the other 3 are language subjects. The written examinations are conducted on 80 marks whereas the internals holds 20 marks. Read the article given below to learn about the Karnataka SSLC Grading System 2022, Karnataka SSLC 2022 Passing criteria, Supplementary exams, and so on.

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Karnataka SSLC Grading System 2022

Karnataka SSLC Grading System 2022 is a simple six-point-scale grading system, put forward by the KSEEB. The students are graded in accordance with the marks obtained in the Karnataka SSLC exams. As per the Karnataka SSLC Grading System 2022, "A+" is the highest grade while "C" is the lowest. This signifies that a student needs to secure at least 219 marks out of 625, which is equivalent to grade "C", to pass the Karnataka SSLC 2022 exams. 
The detailed grading criteria for Karnataka SSLC 2022 exams is represented below:

 Range of Marks

Percentage

Grade

563-625

90-100

A+

500-562

80-90

A

438-499

70-80

B+

375-437

60-70

B

313-374

50-60

C+

219-312

35 - 50

C

Karnataka SSLC 2022 Passing Criteria

To clear the Karnataka SSLC 2022 examinations, a student needs to score at least 30% marks in each external Examination and 35% in aggregate i.e in the subjects of External and internal assessment. Overall marks scored in the External and Internal assessments are considered below "NC" (Not Completed) rank. Students who are in NC rank are not eligible to receive a pass certificate for the Karnataka SSLC exams. NC ranks students are required to sit in the compartment or supplementary exams and secure a pass percentage of over 30% in each subject and an overall 35%, to ultimately pass the Karnataka SSLC examinations.

Karnataka SSLC 2022 Rechecking/Revaluation

After the declaration of Karnataka SSLC 2022 results, if the student is not satisfied with their marks and feels that he/she would have have scored more marks than what have been awarded, Such students, can apply for Karnataka SSLC 2022 Rechecking/Revaluation process. The students can avail this facility by registering for revaluation/rechecking, with the payment of the required fees as prescribed by the KSEEB.

Karnataka SSLC 2022 Supplementary/Compartment Exams

NC ranks students are required to sit in the compartment or supplementary exams and secure a pass percentage of over 30% in each subject and an overall 35%, to ultimately pass the Karnataka SSLC examinations. Students can raise applications for the supplementary examination in their respective schools by submitting the required.

The KSEEB declares the Karnataka SSLC supplementary examination results 2022 after successful completion of supplementary exams for the NC ranks students.

Karnataka SSLC 2022: Important Points

The following points should be read in the relevant section of the order:

  • The Karnataka SSLC 2022 Grading system also applies to subjects such as math and science, Indian Sociology, Indian economics, Indian State Science and Civic Policy, and Carnatic/Hindustani music.
  • Implementation of the Grading System for three languages and three core subjects for students attending junior technical schools as there are other practical tests for the technical subjects in addition to core subjects .

FAQs

What if I fail in Karnataka SSLC 2022 Examinations?

Students who fail to secure 30% marks in any subject or 35% marks in aggregate are graded with 'NC' rank. These students are eligible to appear in Karnataka SSLC 2022 Compartment exams and improve their results.

What are the details required to check the Karnataka SSLC 2022 Result?

Candidates need to fill their Registration number as well as their Date of Birth while checking their Karnataka SSLC 2022 result online on the official website.

What does "NC rank" stands for, in the Karnataka SSLC exams?

"NC" stands for "Not Completed". This states that a student has failed to secure a minimum of 30% in a subject or 35% marks in the aggregate result.

What is the minimum percentage required to clear the Karnataka SSLC 2022 examinations?

A student need to score at least 30% marks in each external Examination and 35% in aggregate to pass the Karnataka SSLC examinations.

When will the Karnataka SSLC 2022 result be declared?

The Karnataka SSLC 2022 result is expected to be announced in the third week of May 2022. 

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