It is expected that the Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka will soon release the Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 result on its official website i.e. karresults.nic.in. This year Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 was not conducted due to the restrictions of the covid-19 pandemic. Candidates can check their Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 result by using their registration number.
The registration number of the Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 is the number that candidates received after they registered for the exam on the “Online PUC Portal”. Candidates can get their registration number on the copy of their application form for the Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021. They can find their registration number under the “Student Details” section in the application form. Candidates can check the Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 result by using two ways which are given below:
- To check the results candidates have to visit any of the two official websites i.e. sslc.karnataka.gov.in or karresults.nic.in.
- Candidates can also check their results through SMS. To do so, they have to type KAR12<SPACE>Registration Number. Candidates have to send this message to 56263.
To check the Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 result through the official website karresults.nic.in., candidates have to click on the “2nd PUC Test Result 2021” tab on the homepage. After clicking on it, candidates have to enter their registration number and click on the “Submit” button. As soon as candidates click on the “Submit” button, their results will appear. Upon checking the results, candidates can download it in pdf format and take its printout for future use.
As the 2nd PUC Test 2021 exam was cancelled, the result will be declared on the basis of the marks obtained by candidates in the previous classes i.e. the marks of the 10th class, and the marks of the 1st PUC Test. Karnataka Board will consider 45% marks of 10th class and 45% marks of 1st PUC Test for the evaluation. Also, the internal assessment marks of the 2nd PUC Test 2021 will be considered. Along with this, 5% grace marks will be awarded to each candidate. To pass the exam, candidates must secure at least 35% marks.
Every year the Karnataka Board conducts a supplementary exam for the candidates who failed in the 2nd PUC Test. But this year, this exam will not be conducted as all the candidates will be promoted by Karnataka Board. Still, if candidates feel that they got fewer marks then Karnataka Board may conduct the improvement test.