The Karnataka 2nd PUC (Pre-university course) 2016 results are declared today i.e. on May 25 on the official website.
Students should visit the official website to check the results.
How to Check Results?
- Visit the official webiste
- Click on 'PUC Results announced on 25th May 2016 at 11:00 AM'
- Thereafter, enter your register number and click on 'submit' button
- Take print out of the result for future reference
Results are available at respective colleges on May 26. The total pass percentage for the academic year 2016 is 57.20. As usual girls outperformed boys in the board exam.
The results were released at 10.30 am by Kimmane Ratnakar, Minister for Primary and Secondary education, at the Department of Pre-University Education Board.
Students can access the results only on the government official websites.
According to district wise results, Dakshina Kannada retains the first place by registering 90.35 pass percentage while Udupi district secures the second place with the pass percentage of 79.35 and Coorg stood at third place. Yadgiri district records the lowest pass percentage.
Anita Basappa from Kottur, Bellary District tops Arts stream, while Sahana Kulkarni from Vijapura district bags first place in Commerce and Rakshitha from Bangalore secures first place in Science stream.
A total of 6,36,368 students appeared for the exam, of which 3,64,013 have qualified the exam.
Pointing the reason for delay in declaration of result Kimmane Ratnakar, Minister of State for Primary and Secondary Education said, "Re-examination due to chemistry paper leak and evaluation boycott by lecturers has led to postponement of result."
"This time, provision has also been made by the state board to issue scan copy of the answer script," he added.
About Karnataka PUC:
The Pre-university Course or pre-degree course is an intermediate course of two years' duration, conducted by state education institutions or boards in India. It is also called the Intermediate course.
All the candidates will get an admission to this course on the basis of marks obtained in the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC).