Karnataka Second PUC Result 2019 on April 15

KSEEB 2019 – The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board swill declare the results of pre-university examinations on, April 15, 2019. The students who had appeared in the examination can check the results through the official websites- kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in, IE reported.

“The PUC II results will be announced on April 15 at 11 am. The students can check the results through the official websites- kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in after 12,” PU education director C Shikha was quoted as saying by the report. The colleges will publish the results on April 16, the official said. The examination was held in March 2018.

Steps to check results

  • Candidates can visit the official website, karresults.nic.in and open the result link
  • The link will be activated once the result is announced. To clear the PUC exam, candidates need to secure 35% aggregate marks
  • Students will need to score a minimum of 70 marks in the language papers and 30 marks each in individual subjects for a total of 210 out of 600 marks

This year, around 8.41 lakh students have registered for the SSLC examination, while 6.73 lakh students for the PU II examination, said the report. Last year the PU II examination result was declared on April 30, while SSLC on May 7, 2019.

Established in 1966, the Karnataka High School Examinations Board conducts the main examination of Class X of affiliated schools and conducts 11 other tests, such as music, D.D., and commerce. The headquarters of the Board is in Bangalore which has divisional offices in Belgaum, Kalaburgi and Mysore, Bangalore office is headquartered at Malleshwaram, Bangalore. An estimated 8.5 lakh children will attend the Class X examinations scheduled for April each year and around 2.2 lakh children will attend the supplementary examinations in June.

The Director (Examinations) will take care of all matters relating to the SSLC examinations and the Director (other examinations) will perform other examinations. There are nine inspection branches for the administration of the Board, management, assessment of tenders, and 34 districts. The computer branch plays a pivotal role in managing the performance of tests.

Many activities related to board examinations are digitized from 2017-18. Registration of examinations, distribution of access letters and results of publication has been converted into Internet-based services. Points from evaluation centres are also transmitted to the board through the Internet in a sophisticated way and can quickly manipulate the results. Results are provided by SMS message to students. The system also has a download system using Digilacer App.

The Karnataka School Quality, Valuation and Approval Council is a major division of the board. This section is administered by the annual survey of the quality of education for primary and secondary education.