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Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2020

Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2020
2nd PUC Result 2020 Karnataka Important Dates
Starting Date of Exams March 4, 2020
Last Date of Exams June 18, 2020
Result Declaration Date July 14, 2020

Those students who have appeared for the 2nd PUC exams which was held from March 4 to March 23 with its last paper extended to 18 June 2020, will have to wait for the results. The last notification has given the tentative date for result declaration in the last week of July. However, the latest report states the results to be out by July 14, 2020. Students will have to keep a regular check on the official website for their marks obtained in Karnataka 2nd PUC Result.

Steps to be followed for obtaining 2nd PUC Results 2020:

  • Students should visit the official website at karresults.nic.in.
  • Find the notification regarding 2nd PUC results.
  • Fill in registration number at the login page.
  • Submit and download/ print your result card.

Students can also check their 2nd PUC result using SMS. The students need to follow the required format while trying to obtain their results via SMS through their registered mobile number.Just type "KAR12 Registration Number" from your registered number and send it to 56263.

Karnataka 2nd PUC supplementary Results

The Karnataka state board also organizes the 2nd PUC supplementary exams for those students who were unable to pass the regular exams. Normally, the supplementary exams are conducted in the month of June, but due to the delay in 2nd PUC results 2020 it is also getting delayed. The students will be able to download the supplementary time table2020 from the official website itself. The exam date is yet to be notified.

Karnataka 1st PUC Result 2020

The result and scores for Karnataka 1st PUC were published at pue.kar.nic.in. The results for 1st PUC is declared by Dakshina Kannada Pre University College Principals' Association, DKPUCPA.The results are sent via SMS to the registered mobile number of student or their parents. Students can also check their results online at official website. Students will have to login using their date of birth and registration number. The displayed results consist of information like marks obtained, registration number, and result status. Students can obtain their original mark sheet from their concerned schools, once the result is out.

1st PUC Result 2020 Karnataka Important Dates
Starting Date of Exams Feb 10, 2020
Last Date of Exams Feb 25, 2020
Result Declaration Date May 5, 2020

Details displayed on the Karnataka 1st PUC results 2020

  • Registration Number
  • Students' Name
  • Marks Obtained in Theory Exams
  • Marks Obtained in Practical Exams
  • Total Obtained Marks
  • Final Result Stating Pass/ Fail

Number of students appeared in 1st PUC Exams

  • Students from Science stream- 2.04 Lakhs
  • Students from Commerce stream- 2.48 Lakhs
  • Students from Arts stream- 2 Lakhs
1st PUC Result Statistics
Stream Pass Percentage
Science 94.18%
Commerce 88.46%
Arts 83.40%

For detailed information about Karnataka PUC Results 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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