Karnataka PUC 2nd Year Exam Results Announced by KSEAB

The Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board (KSEAB) have officially announced the results for the Karnataka Pre-University Certificate (PUC) II exams, also known as Class 12th final exams, today, April 10. Students can access their scores through the board’s official website, karresults.nic.in.

Examination Details and Result Declaration

The Karnataka PUC 2 exams were conducted from March 1 to March 22, with a single shift from 10:15 am to 1:30 pm. Approximately 7 lakh students appeared for the 2nd PUC examination this year. Following the press conference held at 10 am, the results were made available for students to download from the board’s website. Additionally, students are encouraged to visit kseab.karnataka.gov.in for further updates and information regarding the results.

Steps to Check Karnataka PUC 2 Marks

To access their board exam results online, students are required to log in using their KSEAB registration numbers and select their subject combination or stream name. The steps to check the Karnataka PUC 2 marks are as follows:

  1. Visit the official result portal of the board, karresults.nic.in.
  2. Open the link for the PUC 2 annual examination results.
  3. Enter your registration number and select the subject combination.
  4. Verify and download the PUC 2 result.
  5. Save a copy of the result page for future reference.

Important Information Regarding Result Availability

It’s important to note that students can only view their results online today. The hard copy of the marks sheet and certificate will be distributed to schools at a later date. Moreover, details such as the names of toppers, pass percentage, region-wise result data, and other significant information will be announced during the press conference held by the Karnataka PUC board.

Comparison with Previous Year Results

In 2023, the Karnataka PUC 2 results were declared on April 21. Out of 7,27,923 registered candidates, 7,25,821 were deemed eligible to appear for the exams. Among them, 7,02,067 students took the test, while 23,754 were absent. A total of 5,24,209 students successfully passed the examination, resulting in an overall pass percentage of 74.67%.

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