The aspirants are required to note that the Karnataka PUC Class 12 Exam results are expected to be out by May 10. The results of Karnataka PUC Class 12 exam will be out on official website. The exam was conducted in the month of March. This year the the question paper for Karnataka’s second pre-university accountancy exam was leaked on social media. However, the official authorities denied it as mischief and ordered the Deputy Commissioner of Raichur to conduct an inquiry. The results of Karnataka PUC Class 12 Exam is conducted by the Department of PUE, Karnataka is planning to announce the PU Results 2017 Karnataka.
In 2016, approximately 5,98,264 students appeared in the Karnataka PUC Examination 2016, and the overall pass percentage is 91 percent. There have been also constant growth in the number of participants in the Karnataka PUC Examination. The aspirants will be able to check the Karnataka PUC Class 12 Exam results from May 10 at karresults.nic.in or pue.kar.nic.in. While checking the results of Karnataka PUC exam, it is important for the aspirants to be patient as the servers might slow down due to heavy traffic. Also Read: NEET 2017 Admit Cards to be out tomorrow, download admit cards at cbseneet.nic.in
Once the results of Karnataka PUC Class 12 are announced, the students will need to follow certain steps:
- Aspirants need to login to the official website
- They will also need to enter the required details like registration roll number and other required details
- Once the results appear on the screen, the candidates will need to take out the print out of the admit card
- They must not forget to save the print out of the results carefully.
The Department of Pre-University, Government of Karnataka is the organization for implementation of higher secondary education in the state. There are 1202 Government Pre-University colleges, 637 Aided Pre-University colleges, 1936 Unaided Pre-University colleges, 165 bifurcated Pre-University colleges & 13 Corporation Pre-university colleges. The courses offered by the Department are broadly classified under the categories of Humanities (Arts), Science & Commerce. There are 23 subjects, 11 languages and 50 combinations in the Pre-University curriculum.