The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) declared results for the pre-university (PUC II) examination at 11 am today. Also known as Intermediate or 10+2 and conducted by state education boards across India, students must pass the exam to get admission into colleges.
A total of 6.90 lakh students had appeared for the examination, the results for which are now available on the board's official website. Candidates can check their scores at kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in and pue.kar.nic.in.
The results can also be checked at examresults.net/karnataka.
Candidates may follow these steps to check the Karnataka PUC Pre University Certification Examination II 2018 results:
- Step 1: Visit the official website kseeb.kar.nic.in
- Step 2: Look for the link which says Karnataka PUC Pre University Certification Examination II results 2018 or Karnataka PUC Pre University Certification Examination Class 12 results 2018
- Step 3: Click on the link and fill up the details required to get your Karnataka PUC Pre University Certification Examination II results 2018
- Step 4: Enter your Roll number and the other details
- Step 5: Click on Submit
- Step 6: Download and take a print out of your KSEEB Karnataka PUC Pre University Certification Examination II results 2018.
SMS for results
Additionally, candidates can check their results via SMS as well. According to News18, to receive scores on their mobile phones, candidates are required to send a text message (SMS) <KAR>space<ROLL NUMBER> to 56263.
Exams were preponed due to polls
The examination was conducted between 1 to 17 March, out of which 3,37,860 were female and 3,52,292 were male, The Indian Express said.
Due to the Karnataka Assembly elections, the exam were preponed and had to be concluded on 21 February, the report said. A total of 23,980 examiners were given the responsibility to check the papers this time.
A Hindustan Times report said 53 new evaluation centres were added this year. After the declaration of the Karnataka PUC result, supplementary exams will be held in May, it said.
According to the official website of the Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka, after Class X, every year about 10 lakhs students enroll in the two-year pre-university courses, the report added. There are 23 subjects, 11 languages and 50 combinations available in the pre-university curriculum.
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Updated Date: Apr 30, 2018 11:31:56 IST