Karnataka 2nd PUC result 2021 declared, 1.95 lakh students score distinction; offline exam from Aug 19-Sep 3
Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2021 has been declared. Students would be able to check their PUC II Results once released on the official website of KSEEB here, karresults.nic.in and pue.kar.nic.in.
The Department of Pre-University Education (PUE) declared the result of PU-II or class 12 Karnataka board exams today at 4 pm via press conference. Students can check their results at the official website – karresults.nic.in.
We were not able to conduct the exam because there were 38 subjects and covid was at its peak. So an expert committee was formed to decide on a formulae. The formula is based on 45% from SSLC, 45% I PU and 10% II PU, said Primary and Secondary Education Minister Suresh Kumar.
Students who do not know their registered numbers can visit the PUC website and click on the ‘know my registration number’ tab. The Karnataka 2nd PUC results 2021 have been prepared using an alternative assessment method and students who want to improve their scores will be able to appear in a physical exam later.
Once the result link is activated, the websites usually crash due to heavy traffic. In such a case students can check results through SMS by following the simple steps:
Step 1: Type KAR12<ROLLNUMBER>
Step 2: Send the message to 56263.
A total of 5,90,153 students had registered for the examination this year. 1,95,650 students have scored distinction in the II PU examination, while around 1, 47,055 students got second class in the examination.
The Minister also said second PUC exam will be conducted offline from August 19 to September 3, 2021. Last date for registration to August 2021 II PUC Examination is July 30, 2021. Last date for online updation in SATS portal by principals is July 30, 2021.
Last date for submission of documents to DD office by Principals is July 31, 2021. Last date for submission of consolidated documents to head office by DD's is August 2, 2021.
In the PUC results declared today, boys have performed better than the girl students. Of the total 3,31,359 registered, a total of 60,085 boys secured distinction whereas 35,543 girls have secured distinction from the 3,35,138 registered girl students.
Students enrolled as repeaters for the year 2020-21 are promoted by awarding minimum passing marks along with 5% grace marks for the maximum marks in each subject.
As many as 445 students from the Dakshina Kannada districts have secured 600/600 marks this year. The Bengaluru south lies on the second position with 302 students scoring a 100% result and Bengaluru north has secured third position.
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