The Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka has released an official notification on its official website pue.kar.nic.in that Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 (Second Year Pre-University Certificate) results will be declared on July 20, 2021, at 4:00 pm for around 7 lakhs candidates. The result will be published on the official website karresults.nic.in. There is a high possibility that this website will be down due to a load of thousands of visitors. Due to which many candidates will not be able to check their results on time. So, we are going to discuss other ways and websites from where the students can check their Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 result if the official website karresults.nic.in went down.
Following are the alternative websites on which candidates can check their Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 results:
To check the result, candidates can visit any of the websites mentioned above. Upon reaching the website, search for the “Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 result” tab on the homepage. As soon as candidates click on this tab, the new page will open where they have to log in to their accounts by using registration number and Date of Birth (DOB). After login, the Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 result will appear. As soon as the result appears, candidates can take its printout and keep it safe for future use.
Candidates can check their results through SMS also if the website is down. To check the results through SMS, candidates can type KAR12<SPACE>Registration Number and have to send this SMS to 56263. As soon as candidates send this SMS, their Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 results will be sent on their phones. Along with the regular candidates, repeaters can also check their results through the same procedure.
Due to the covid-19 pandemic, Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 was not held this year. Due to which Karnataka Board has decided to announce the results on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in their previous classes i.e. 10th class (Secondary School Leaving Certificate Exam) and 1st PUC (equivalent to 11th class). The Karnataka Board will consider 45% marks from the 10th class and 45% marks from the 1st PUC. Along with this, the 10% marks of the 2nd PUC will be taken into consideration while evaluating the Karnataka 2nd PUC Test 2021 results.