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Karnataka PUC results 2018 declared online; Check Percentage, Result Analysis here

Monday April 30, 2018 11:44 AM, News Network

Karnataka PUC results 2018

Bengaluru: Karnataka’s Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) has declared online the results of Second Year Pre-University (PUC) or Class 12 examinations held in March 2018 today on Monday April 30, 2018.

The overall pass percentage stands at 59.56. Among districts, Dakshin Kannada district has topped the PUC 2018 exams followed by Udipi.

The PUC Karnataka 12th results are released on the official website of the department and Students can check their result by following the steps given below.

How to check Karnataka PUC 2018 results

  1. Go to the official website, or
  2. Click on the relevant link
  3. Enter your reg number
  4. Click on Submit
  5. Your results should appear on the screen. Take a printout for future use

Students should note that the Karnataka Board will issue the original mark sheets separately to the students. The students who have failed should not be worried as the Karnataka Board will conduct Supplementary exam for such students.

The Karnataka PUC 2087 exams were conducted in the month of March 2018. The evaluation of the exam paper had started on March 23.

After PUC result declaration, colleges prepare cut-offs for undergraduate courses on the basis of pass percentage in Karnataka Board PUC exams. The admissions are granted to different undergraduate courses considering the merit in the Karnataka 2nd PUC exams.

More than 07 lakh students enroll in Pre-University courses every year in Karnataka and DPUE offers 23 subjects, 11 languages and 50 combinations for the pre-university curriculum for Class 11 and 12 students.

Last year, a total of 6,79,061 candidates had appeared for the exams, out of which 5,43,443 appeared for the first time. The Karnataka PUC results were declared on May 11 in the year 2017. The 2018 12th PUC results are declared earlier because of the Karnataka Assembly elections scheduled to be held on May 12.

The Department of Pre-University, Government of Karnataka is a regulatory body that manages and looks after the higher secondary education in the state. The department operates under the Department of Primary & Secondary Education of the state government and is entrusted the responsibility to develop higher education in Karnataka. The PUE Department, Karnataka also conducts the annual Karnataka 2nd PU Board Exam in the state.

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