Karnataka SSLC results 2018: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will declare the Karnataka PUC results on May 7 at karresults.nic.in, kseeb.kar.nic.in. Candidates who had appeared for the exam can now visit the official website to check their Class 10th scores. The results are expected to be announced at 11 AM. The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) conducted the Karnataka SSLC Class 10 examinations or Karnataka Class 10 examination 2018 from March 8 to April 6 2018. This year about 8.35 lakh students have appeared for the SSLC exams. Earlier, Education Minister Tanveer Sait had confirmed that the Board will be announcing the results for SSLC examinations 2018 in the first week of May. Follow |\u00a0Karnataka SSLC results 2018 LIVE More details about the Karnataka SSLC results 2018 are as follows: Karnataka SSLC Results 2018: Date and Time Date of result: May 7 Time of result: 11 AM The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) had declared the Karnataka PUC results on April 30. This year around 7 Lakh students appeared for the PU examinations in March, while 18-20,000 lectures were assigned to evaluate the answer scripts of the same. READ |\u00a0Karnataka SSLC 10th result 2018 out today; how to check Karnataka SSLC Results 2018: Websites to check The students who had appeared for the Karnataka SSLC examination can check the results on karresults.nic.in, kseeb.kar.nic.in. The students can also check their Karnataka Class 10 results 2018 on third party websites like results.nic.in, examresults.net. The students can also check Karnataka SSLC 10th result 2018 via SMS: SMS - KAR10<space>ROLLNUMBER - Send it to 56263 From Mysore district, 35,765 students sat for their SSLC exams of which 10,506 students were from the city, with the remaining from rural areas. There are 52 centres in the city and 79 centres in Mysore rural. More about\u00a0Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB): Karnataka High School Examination Board was founded in 1966, SSLC. And other tests. The number of candidates is increasing every year. Each year, SSLC has 8.50 lakh in April and 1.50 lakh candidates in June. The board has started divisional offices in order to improve the evaluation system and results.