Bengaluru: Karnataka’s Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) has declared online the results of Second Year Pre-University (PUC) or Class 12 at 03:00 pm in the afternoon today i.e. May 11 on its official website karresults.nic.in.
The overall pass percentage is down by 4.82% compared with the previous year. The overall pass percentage for this year is 52.38, while last year it was 57.20.
The girls performed better than boys this year too with 60.28%. The highest score in science was 589 while in commerce it was 595 and 585 in arts.
A total of 6,79,061 students appeared for the examination across the state and 3,55,697 have been declared passed.
The pass percentage of freshers is 59.9%; among private candidates, the pass percentage is 22.86 and for repeaters the percentage is 20.14.
The Karnataka PUC 2017 results are now online and are available for download on some other associate websites also.
How to check Karnataka PUC 2017 results:
- Go to the official website pue.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in
- Enter your Registration number
- Click on Submit
- Your results should appear on the screen.
- Take a printout for future use
Karnataka Education Minister Tanveer Sait had earlier said on Twitter that Karnataka PUC 2017 results would be announced today at 03:00 pm.
“Much awaited PUC results to be announced on 11th May Thursday 2017 at 3.00 PM and SSLC results on 12th May Friday 2017 at 3.00 PM - official", Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister Tanveer Sait said in a tweet.
Later a confirmation message was also displayed on the Karnataka PUC result website saying the PUC 2017 results would be released today. The link to the PUC 2017 result page was also added though it was active only after 03:00 pm when the PUC 2017 results were officially declared.
Keep visiting this page for minute by minute update and detailed result analysis including pass percentage and details of toppers.
The Karnataka PUC 2017 exams were conducted from March 9 to March 27. Colleges prepare cut-offs for undergraduate courses on the basis of pass percentage in Karnataka Board PUC exams. The admissions are granted to different undergraduate courses considering the merit in the Karnataka 2nd PUC exams.
Lakhs of students enroll in Pre-University courses every year in Karnataka and DPUE offers 23 subjects, 11 languages and 50 combinations for the pre-university curriculum for Class 11 and 12 students.
Last year, 5,98,264 students participated in the Karnataka PCU Examination 2016. The results were declared on May 25 and the overall pass percentage was 91% in 2016.
The Department of Pre-University, Government of Karnataka is a regulatory body that manages and looks after the higher secondary education in the state. The department operates under the Department of Primary & Secondary Education of the state government and is entrusted the responsibility to develop higher education in Karnataka. The PUE Department, Karnataka also conducts the annual Karnataka 2nd PU Board Exam in the state.