Preparing for the board exams through previous year question papers is a smart way to study and has been followed for a long time. The previous year question papers not only make candidates familiar with the test format and marking scheme but also provide weightage of the topics.
The previous year board papers are believed to be the best revision tools which play a significant role in exam preparation. Here, we have listed the previous year question papers or sample papers for the most important state boards.
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB), which came into existence in 1966, conducts the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination in the month of March/April every year.
The board conducts the class 10 examination and the previous year question papers and/or sample question papers provided here will help you to achieve an excellent result in the forthcoming KSEEB examination.
Every year, over eight lakh candidates appear for the class 10 examination conducted by the KSEEB. In order to ace the exam and stand above all in the competition by preparing with the help of previous year question papers.
Here, we have listed the question papers subject-wise for class 10. Solving these previous year question papers and/or sample question papers will help you to understand the exam pattern besides your strengths and weaknesses. Explore the class 10 question papers and increase your confidence.
The Department of Pre-University is the organisation responsible for implementing the higher secondary education in the state. Every year, more than 10 lakh candidates enrol for the two-year pre-university courses. There are a total of 23 subjects, 11 languages and 50 combinations in the Pre-University curriculum.
The previous year question papers of class 12 are very important because they help aspirants simulate the real exam. Candidates must make sure that they practice previous year question papers religiously so that they can answer the questions with ease on the test day. Here, we have listed all the class 12 question papers and/or sample question papers to excel in the exam.
|Political Science||Engineering Graphics|
|Elements of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering||Science|
|Tulu (Third Language)||Konkani (Third Language)|
|Sanskrit (Third Language)||Urdu (Third Language)|
|Persian (Third Language)||Arabic (Third Language)|
|English (Third Language)||Kannada (Third Language)|
|Hindi (Third Language)||Social Science|
|Kannada (Second Language)||English (Second Language)|
|Indian Economics||Elements of Computer Science|
|Elements of Electronic Engineering||Engineering Drawing|
|Elements of Engineering||Carnatic Music / Hindustani Music|
|Sanskrit (First Language)||English (First Language)|
|Urdu (First Language)||Tamil (First Language)|
|Marathi (First Language)||Hindi (First Language)|
|Telugu (First Language)||Kannada (First Language)|
|Political Science||Business Studies|
|Hindustani Music||Karnataka Music|
The Karnataka 2nd PUC result was released on July 14. Candidates who have appeared for the written examination held between March 4 and 23 can visit the official website to check their result. One should use their login credentials such as registration number to check the result.
The overall pass percentage of 2nd PUC is 69.20%. The girls and boys pass percentage is 54.77% and 52.94%, respectively. A total of 6,75,277 candidates have appeared for the written examination.14 July 2020
The Karnataka 2nd PUC result will be announced tomorrow i.e., July 14, 2020. The board has confirmed the Karnataka PUC or Pre University Certificate examination department on the official site. The sources suggest that the PUC result 2020 for the second year students will be released at 11.30 on July 14. Candidates who have appeared for the written examination held in March can visit the official website to check the result.
13 July 2020
The Karnataka Board has kick-started the 2nd PUC examination from today, i.e., March 4, 2020. Candidates who have registered for the board examinations are advised to check the complete exam timetable for reference.
The examination will be conducted in the morning between 10:15 am to 1:30 pm. The examinations will be concluded on March 23, 2020. Students are advised to be at the examination centre at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. The 2nd PUC exams will be held in offline mode. Without a proper valid admit card, candidates will not be permitted to sit for the examination.4 March 2020
The Department of Pre-University Education has released the final timetable of Pre-University Certificate or PUC 2020 annual examination. According to the official press release, PUC II will be held from March 4 to 23, 2020. Earlier, the Department has released a provisional timetable in October 2019.
Students can download the PUC (II) official timetable on the official website of pue.kar.nic.in. They are also advised to check the practical timetable 2020. Around 7 lakh students are expected to appear for the PUC II exam 2020.5 November 2019
Karnataka Pre-University Education Board (DPUE) or PUC Board has released the provisional date sheet for the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam 2020. Candidates who are aiming for 2nd PUC can check the provisional exam dates on the official website.
According to official sources, the 2nd PUC exams will be held between March 4 and 19, 2020. The Board is also putting its best foot forward to release the 1st year PUC timetable before October 15, 2019.
Candidates can check out timetable page to access the 2nd PUC exam dates.10 October 2019