The students can follow the Karnataka 2nd PUC Results 2020 Live Updates below to get the latest information on Karnataka 2nd PUC Result declaration, pass percentage, toppers, hardcopy of mark sheet, supplementary exam dates etc.
Karnataka 2nd PUC Results 2020 Live Updates
Direct Link: Karnataka 2nd Pre-University Exam Result 2020
11.50 am: This year pass percentage of 2nd PUC recorded at 61.80%, which shows an increase of 0.7% from last year. In 2019, 61.73 per cent students were declared successful.
11.45 am: The students who appeared for the 2nd PUC exam can follow the steps given below to check and download their result online:
- Click on the direct link provided above
- Enter your registration number and click on Submit
- Your 2nd PUC result will be displayed on the screen
- Download and take a print out of your result for further reference
11.30 am: Karnataka II PU results are now available on karresults.nic.in. Even though the results were expected to be declared only by 11.30am, students were able to access their results on the website almost an hour earlier. Minister for primary and secondary education S Suresh Kumar will hold the press conference to officially announce the results at 11.30 am.
11.20 am: Last year, the Karnataka second PU results 2019 was released on Monday, April 15, in which 61.73 per cent students were declared successful. Girls had outdone boys with 68.24% pass percentage, whereas boys had scored 55.29%.
11.13 am: The press conference to release the Karnataka 2nd PUC results 2020 is scheduled to begin at 11.30 am today. The results will be uploaded online @ karresults.nic.in at noon.
11.02 am: 2nd PUC result to be released soon by the Karnataka education department on the official website – karresults.nic.in. Results will also be shared through SMS. Students are advised to check the official website for Karnataka 2nd PUC results 2020.
10.40 am: 1st PUC Supplementary examination, which was supposed to take place from July 16 to July 27 in the colleges itself, has been cancelled. The education department has decided to promote the students to the next class. But those who skipped the examination will not be given any general promotion.
10.30 am: If any student is unable to take the exam owing to ill-health or other valid reasons, she/he will be given another chance before the commencement of mid-term of II PU classes.
10.20 am: The I PU supplementary exams scheduled from July 16-27 stand cancelled. Around 60,000 students were supposed to take them. Those who do not have attendance shortage will be deemed pass and automatically admitted to II PU.
10.10 am: Karnataka is the first state in south India to announce the PUC result. The results of 6.75 lakh students who appeared for the 2nd PUC exam will be announced today after 11.30 am.
9.55 am: The 2nd PUC results 2020 will be uploaded on the website karresults.nic.in after 12 pm today. The students are advised to visit the official website to check and download their results online.
9.45 am: Karnataka SSLC Results 2020 will be declared in early August, informed state education minister.
9.30 am: Karnataka Second PUC examination results 2020 will be announced in next two hours. The students who appeared for the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam will get information related to results on their registered mobile numbers.
9.20 am: During the re-examination which was conducted from June 25 to July 3, around 8.5 lakh students appeared from across the state braving the corona virus scare and its spread.
9.00 am: Evaluation of Karnataka SSLC answer copies will continue in the remaining 28 districts across the southern state as per the lockdown guidelines to ensure the safety and health of the teachers-turned evaluators.
8.50 am: The Karnataka education department has postponed the evaluation of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) board exam papers in Bengaluru urban and rural districts in view of the lockdown across the city from July 15 to July 22 to contain the virus spread.
8.40 am: Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said on Monday announced that the students who appeared for all the papers in the First PU Examination but had failed in some subjects will be given general promotion.
8.20 am: Initially, the Karnataka 2nd PUC results 2020 was likely to be announced in the fourth week of July month, the sudden declaration of a 9-day lockdown in Bengaluru district from Wednesday (July 15) has made the state education department to advance the Karnataka 2nd PUC result date to July 14.
8.05 am: Students who missed the exams in March or June month, can apply for the supplementary exams which will be conducted in early August to avoid missing an academic year in pursuing higher studies.
7.50 am: This year over 6.5 lakh students including boys and girls appeared for the Karnataka board exams in about 1,000 centres across the southern state from March 4-24 and on June 18 in English paper, as Covid-induced lockdown on March 25 and its extension till May 31 delayed holding the last paper.
7.30 am: The students who appeared for the Karnataka Pre-University Exam are advised to keep checking the official website after 11.30 am today to get their results. Alternatively, the direct link to check the result will also be updated here as soon as Karnataka 2nd PUC result is announced on the official website.
7.25 am: The link to check the Karnataka Pre-University Exam Results 2020 will be activated soon on the official website – karresults.nic.in
7. 15 am: Right now, the link active on the official website of the Karnataka Exam Results reads, ‘PUC Results to be announced on 14/07/2020’
7.10 am: The students can visit the official website of the Karnataka Examination Results 2020 – karresults.nic.in – to check and download the PUC II result 2020.
7.00 am: Announcing the Karnataka 2nd PUC Result date and time, the state education minister S Suresh Kumar on Monday said, “The PUC board exam results will be declared on Tuesday. The results will be sent through short messaging service (SMS) to students who have given their mobile numbers to the board by 11.30 a.m. and will also be declared on the board’s website.”