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Karnataka PUC Exam 2020

The department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka issues the necessary standard operating procedures for Karnataka PUC Exams every year.Each year almost 5-6 Lakh students appear for the PUC board exams. Approximately 7 Lakh students appeared for the state board exam this year.The exams are conducted to enable students find their higher education across the universities in Karnataka state or country.

The PUC board exams are conducted for 6 papers/ subjects for every individual student where two subjects are of language and the rest four are from their respective streams viz., Science, Commerce & Arts. The exams are conducted at different location of Karnataka in almost 1000 exam centers. The exams were conducted at its scheduled time, but the English paper got postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The DPE scheduled the Karnataka 2nd PUC Examination for English language paper on June 18, 2020.

The state board conducts exams for both the 1st and 2nd PUC. It is advised for the students to perform well in the 1st PUC exams, so they may be eligible to sit for the final board exams of 2nd PUC. The exams and the results for the 1st PUC for 2020 is declared by the DKPUCPA (Dakshina Kannada Pre University College Principals' Association). Students should strictly check for the time table prescribed by concerned authority. The students can consult their school for the time table or can also visit the official website for the purpose.

1st PUC Time Table 2020 Karnataka

The state board conducts the practical exams before the final exams for 1st PUC. The time table is available in both English and Kannada language at the official website. The board has already published the tentative time table on Oct 12, 2020 and the final time table was out on Nov 13, 2020 at the website. The exams are conducted in the morning session from 9:00 AM to 12:15 PM. The time table for 2020 is listed below -

Day & Date Subjects
Feb 10, 2020 (Mon) Economics
Feb 11, 2020 (Tue) Geography, Mathematics
Feb 12, 2020 (Wed) Sociology, Biology, Geology, Basic Maths
Feb 13, 2020 (Thu) English
Feb 14, 2020 (Fri) Business Studies, Psychology, Chemistry
Feb 15, 2020 (Sat) Political Science, Statistics
Feb 17, 2020 (Mon) Accountancy, Physics, Optional Kannada
Feb 18, 2020 (Tue) History, Electronics, Computer Science
Feb 19, 2020 (Wed) Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, French
Feb 20, 2020 (Thu) Hindi
Feb 22, 2020 (Sat) Retail, Automobile, Healthcare, Beauty & Wellness, Information Tech, Kannada/ Hindustani Music
Feb 24, 2020 (Mon) Logic, Education, Home Science
Feb 25, 2020 (Tue) Urdu, Sanskrit

2nd PUC Time Table 2020 Karnataka

The DPE, Karnataka also draft and releases the due time table for 2nd PUC Exam Karnataka. The exams for different subjects were to be scheduled from March 4, 2020 to March 23, 2020 but, have been postponed to 18th June, 2020. The final exams were conducted in almost all the districts of Karnataka. The exam for 2nd PUC is held between 10:15 AM to 1:30 PM. Students should report 30 Minutes prior to the scheduled time. The time table is listed below -

Day & Date Subjects
March 4, 2020 (Wed) History, Physics, Basic Maths
March 5, 2020 (Thu) Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Arabic, French
March 6, 2020 (Fri) Karnataka/ Hindustani Music
March 7, 2020 (Sat) Business Studies, Sociology, Chemistry
March 9, 2020 (Mon) Information Tech, Retail, Automobile, Healthcare, Beauty & Wellness
March 10, 2020 (Tue) Urdu
March 11, 2020 (Wed) Optional Kannada, Accountancy, Mathematics
March 12, 2020 (Thu) Geography
March 13, 2020 (Fri) Education
March 14, 2020 (Sat) Psychology, Electronics, Computer Science
March 16, 2020 (Mon) Logic, Geology, Home Science
March 17, 2020 (Tue) Economics, Biology
March 18, 2020 (Wed) Hindi
March 19, 2020 (Thu) Kannada
March 20, 2020 (Fri) Sanskrit
March 21, 2020 (Sat) Political Science, Statistics
March 23, 2020 (Mon) June 18, 2020 (Thu) *Extended English

Students must report to the concerned exam center by carrying Karnataka PUC Hall Ticket 2020 with them. Any kind of unfair means should be avoided during the exam in the hall. Students shall write the exam paper with blue or black ball pen. No paper chits, mobile, electronic gadgets are permissible inside the premises.

For detailed information about Karnataka PUC Exam visit pue.kar.nic.in and contact IESOnline.

The Karnataka Board Class 2 Examination results can be accessed through the result Link Available on the official website. Students who have previously appeared for the exam can also check the results through the official website as well.
The Application forms for the supplementary examination will be released within a month post the declaration Of the Karnataka Board Class 12 Results 2020. Those students who wish to improve their scores can apply for the Supplementary exams then.
They will be conducted a month after the results Declaration for the Board exams.
They would be eligible for undergraduate admissions provided they appear for the Supplementary Exams and clear the papers in the first attempt.
A minimum of 75% of attendance of the total classes conducted in individual subjects is compulsory.
They should get readmitted to the concerned class in the subsequent year and study. They should have 75% of attendance as stated above.
  • Police complaint acknowledgement
  • Affidavit
  • Request letter
  • Prescribed format
  • Fees paid challan
Whenever a marks card is lost a complaint has to be lodged in a nearby police station with due acknowledgment. Then an affidavit is to be sworn before a Notary about the loss of marks card and promise to return the same if it is traced. Thereafter the candidate has to submit a request for issue of a Duplicate Marks card through the principal of the college in the prescribed format along with a fee of Rs 1,000/- paid through challan
The number which is there in the caste certificate and said number start with the letters “RD” and continues with numeric numbers.
These two fields are mandatory where “From Stop” should be the “origin” and “To Stop” should be the “Destination”.

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