2Nd Puc Time Table 2023 Karnataka
What is the board for 2nd PUC in Karnataka?
History of Karnataka SSLC and 2nd PUC Board The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) was established in the year 1966.
What is the duration of PUC course in Karnataka?
PUC Science Combinations course details –
Department of Pre-University Education
State-specific Entrance Examinations
|ENTRANCE EXAMINATION PATTERN|| Syllabus
English Language Numerical Ability Logical Reasoning General Knowledge MCQs
Between Rs.20000 to Rs.50000
What is PUC called in Karnataka?
Short Description – “Pre-University Course” (PUC) and it is an intermediate level of education in the state of Karnataka, India. It is equivalent to the 11th and 12th grades of schooling in other educational systems. PUC is typically a two-year course divided into two parts: PUC 1 (1st year) and PUC 2 (2nd year).
What is the name of the PUC Board in Karnataka 2023?
PUC Board Karnataka –
|KARNATAKA 2ND PUC EXAM 2023: IMPORTANT DATES|
|Karnataka 2nd PUC Supplementary Exam Date||To be announced|
|Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2023 released (Out)||21 Apr 2023|
|Karnataka 2nd PUC Exams 2023||9 Mar 2023 – 29 Mar 2023|
|Release of Karnataka 2nd PUC Admit Card 2023||15 Feb 2023|
About PUC Board Karnataka
The department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka conducts the PUC certification exams or PUC Board Karnataka. This exam is very important as it is a determining gateway for the students to pursue higher/ professional education. On an average speculation, nearly seven Lakh students appear for the 2nd PUC Karnataka exams every year. The 2nd PUC exam is equivalent to intermediate or 10+2 level. Admission to PUC is based on marks obtained in SSLC, awarded after successful completion of five years of primary school followed by five years of secondary school. The institutions offering a pre-university course are known as Junior Colleges or PU Colleges. Karnataka PUC Board Name is KSSEEB, Karnataka State Secondary Education Examination Board which is a state education board in the Indian state of Karnataka.
|KARNATAKA 2ND PUC EXAM 2023: HIGHLIGHTS|
|Category||Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2023|
|Conducting Authority||Department of Pre-University Education Karnataka|
|Mode of Examination||Offline|
The state board office at located in 6th cross, Malleshwaram in Karnataka with its headquarters located in Bangalore. The Karnataka state conducts an examination at the end of the second year of PUC for university admissions. PU offers three streams including Science, Commerce & Arts.
Any student desiring to study professional courses in Karnataka must pass the science stream of this exam through the common entrance test of the state. In recent years, the PUC board of Karnataka has made the results of 1st year PUC public. This change has been made to filter out the low-scoring students while improving the overall average score in the Karnataka PUC Exam.
The students are eligible to choose specialist or professional programs like Nursing, Pharmacy, Agriculture, Engineering, Medicine and others, once they qualify for the 2nd PUC with the science stream. Students can also enroll in the courses of core sciences like B.Sc.
Admission to any of the courses depends upon marks obtained in PUC exams conducted by state boards or institutions. The students who accomplish PUC with the commerce stream can get admission to courses like B.Com or BBA in the Indian university. Students are offered with enough career options after the successful completion of their 2nd PUC exams.
It becomes very important for the students to perform well in Karnataka’s 2nd PUC Result.
When PUC exam starts in Karnataka?
Karnataka 2nd PUC Supplementary Exam Time Table 2024 – Karnataka education board is all set to change the concept of supplementary exams for PUC (Class 12). Instead, the Karnataka Board has decided to introduce ‘three annual examinations’ namely Exam 1, Exam 2 and Exam 3 for PU board exams.
Q: What are the dates of Karnataka 2nd PUC exam 1, exam 2 and exam 3? A: The Karnataka board has decided to keep 3 exams instead of supplementary exams. The tentative dates of the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam 2024 are as follows.2nd PUC 2024 Exam 1 is expected to be held from March 1 to March 25, 2024.2nd PUC 2024 exam 2 is likely to be held from May 15 to June 5, 2024.2nd PUC 2024 exam 3 will be held from July 12 to July 30, 2024 tentatively.
Q: Will there be supplementary exam in 2024 for Karnataka 2nd PUC? A: Karnataka education board is all set to remove the concept of supplementary exams for 2nd PUC (Class 12). Instead, the Karnataka Board has decided to introduce ‘three annual examinations’ namely Exam 1, Exam 2 and Exam 3 for 2nd PUC board exams.
- In the present examination system, the Board conducts supplementary exams for students who fail in one or two papers in Karnataka 2nd PUC Exams.
- Under the revised module, students will get opportunity to improve their score by retaining the best marks scored in the first, second and third examinations.
By renaming the ‘supplementary exams’ as ‘exam 1, 2 or 3′, three opportunities will be provided to the students which will enhance their overall performance and positive attitude.
Who is the topper of 2nd PUC 2023 Karnataka?
Karnataka PUC II result 2023: Karnataka PUC II topper Ananya KA talks to HT digital. She reveals her success mantra. – Karnataka PUC II result 2023: Revision, revision, and more revision proved to be the winning formula for 18-year-old Ananya KA, a Class 12 commerce student at Alvas PU College in Moodbidri, Mangalore. Ananya KA, 18-year-old, Class 12 commerce student at Alvas PU College in Moodbidri, Mangalore. She has topped the Karnataka II PUC exam. The results were announced on Friday, April 21. (Handout) Ananya, the daughter of retired CRPF army officer Ashok KE and government primary school teacher Nalini, achieved a perfect score (600/600) in her commerce exams.
She had previously scored 97.46% in her Class 10 board exams. Ananya dedicated five hours to studying daily, with additional hours during holidays. She completed nine to ten revisions for each subject before her exams, relying solely on the study materials provided by her institution. “Revisions helped me a lot in achieving success in exams,” she said.
In an interview with HT Digital, Ananya shared her aspirations to become a Company Secretary (CS) and possibly enroll in an LLB program during her articleship. Ananya credits her success to her parents, college chairman Dr. Mohan Alva, Principal Mohammed Sadakath, and her teachers.
She expressed gratitude for Dr. Alva’s financial assistance, which took the form of a fee concession and greatly helped in her educational journey. Initially joining Alvas PU College for sports, Ananya was forced to change her focus in her second year after suffering a spinal cord injury. “I concentrated more on my studies in the second year,” Ananya said.
Ananya believes that social media is not harmful for students who exercise self-control. She particularly enjoys studying economics but gives equal importance to all subjects. In addition to academics, Ananya’s hobbies include sports, singing, and reading books.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Nilesh Mathur is online news editor with Hindustan Times. He has worked on the online news desk for the last 21 years. Presently, he covers education and career related news.