Karnataka SSLC 2024 Exam 2: Last Day for Answer Key Objections – Submit Now

Karnataka SSLC 2024 Exam 2:  Today marks the final opportunity to challenge the answer key for the Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) 2024 exam 2, as the objection portal will close on June 22. The Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board (KSEAB) invites all dissatisfied candidates to lodge their objections via the official website, kseab.karnataka.gov.in.

Karnataka SSLC 2024 Exam 2

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The answer key for the SSLC exam 2 is accessible in PDF format, and students must submit their objections by 5:30 pm today. To file a challenge, candidates must log in with their registration number and date of birth, accompanied by relevant supporting documents.

Steps to Access and Challenge the Answer Key:

  1. Navigate to the official website: kseab.karnataka.gov.in.
  2. On the homepage, click on the link for ‘Karnataka SSLC Exam 2 Answer Key.’
  3. Enter your login credentials.
  4. View the Karnataka SSLC Exam 2 Answer Key on the screen.
  5. Select the answers you wish to contest.
  6. Upload supporting documents and pay the requisite fee, then submit.
  7. Download and print the confirmation for your records.

For direct access to the answer key, use this link.

The Karnataka SSLC exam 2 transpired from June 14 to June 22, conducted offline. Students must achieve a minimum of 35% in both theory and practical examinations to pass. The results for the Karnataka SSLC 2024 were announced on May 9 at 10:45 am, following exams held from March 25 to April 6. This year’s overall pass percentage was 73.40%, a decline from the previous year’s 83.89%.

Starting with the 2023–2024 academic year, KSEAB has introduced a new educational policy, eliminating supplementary exams in favor of three primary exams: exam 1, exam 2, and exam 3.

For further information, consult the official KSEAB circular.

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