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Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam Results 2023

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Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2023: The Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka conducts the Karnataka Pre-University Certificate 1st and 2nd PUC exams every year for students in Karnataka. All students who have passed the Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) are eligible to be enrolled in the 1st PUC.

As per the Karnataka 2nd PUC board, the final examinations for the academic year 2023 will be as per the schedule to be released. All the exams will start at 10:15 AM and will end at 1:30 PM. The Karnataka 2nd PUC examination results 2023 will be declared on the official website of the Karnataka Board Exam results - karresults.nic.in and pue.kar.nic.in. The official day and date have not yet been declared but soon the board will give an update regarding the exam schedule release date on their official website. Students can bookmark this page to get an update regarding the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam results 2023.  

How to download Karnataka 2nd PUC Result?

The results for the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam results will be published on karresults.nic.in

Students can log in to the page, enter the registration number and click submit to get the results. The provisional Karnataka 2nd PUC exam results will be displayed on the screen. You can choose to download and print the mark sheet. 

FAQ

Ques.-1 When is the Karnataka 2nd PUC final examination?
Ans.- Karnataka's Department of Pre-University Education will soon published the Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam Date 2023 on their official website pue.kar.nic.in

Ques.-2 When are the results for the Karnataka SSLC examination being declared?
Ans.- The Karnataka state board will release the results for the class 10 SSLC final examination results after the conduct of 2023 exams. The exam results will be released on the official website of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.

Ques.-3 What is the minimum attendance necessary to appear for the SSLC and 2nd PUC examination? 
Ans.- A minimum of 75% of attendance of the total classes conducted in individual subjects is compulsory and no one has the power to condone the shortage of attendance. Therefore students are encouraged to attend the class on a regular basis and not miss out on any. Attending the class will also help the students to cover the portions taught by the teachers in class. 

Ques.-4 What are the minimum marks required to pass the first and second year PUC examination?
Ans.- A minimum of 30 marks in each subject and an aggregate of 35% of the total marks is required for you to pass the examination. If a student studies every day and prepares him/her well for the examination, it is possible to pass the examination with flying colours. Aakash BYJU’S has numerous courses that can help the students prepare well for the SSLC and 2nd PUC examinations.

Ques.-5 What should students who have a shortage of attendance do to appear for subsequent examinations? 
Ans.- Students who have a shortage of attendance will not be permitted to write exams for the concerned academic year. However, if they wish to write the exam, they should get readmitted to the concerned class in the subsequent year and maintain a 75% of attendance.

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