New Delhi, April 9: The results for the pre-university exams will be announced by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) by April end 2019. The Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) P.C. Jaffer has told media that the result can be expected by April end. Last year, the result was declared on May 1. In the same way, the Karnataka SSLC exam result was declared in the first week of May. Computerised evaluation will be followed by the Karnataka Board.
Marks to be uploaded online
The evaluators will have to upload marks online from this year onwards. “In the SSLC 2018 supplementary exam, we tried this system and found that it was successful, so this process will be followed for the 2019 SSLC exam. However, for the II PU exam, we will follow both the manual system as well as the online system as no trial was done,” the commissioner has been quoted as saying to a national daily. “The system is expected to reduce the errors in uploading the marks,” he added.
The exam was held in March 2019. All the test-takers can check their respective scores at the official website- kseeb.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in.
Candidates will have to visit the official website and open the result link for checking the result. The link will be activated once the result is declared.
35% aggregate marks required
Candidates need to secure 35 per cent aggregate marks to clear the PUC exam. They will have to obtain at least 70 marks in the language papers and 30 marks each in individual subjects for a total of 210 out of 600 marks.
Nearly 8.41 lakh students registered for SSLC exam this year, whereas a total of 6.73 lakh students registered for the PU II exam. In 2018, the result of PU II exam was announced on April 30, while SSLC on May 7.
About Karnataka Board
Established in 1966, the Board conducts Class 10 examination of its affiliated schools along with eleven other exams, such as commerce, D.D., music, and more. With headquarters in Malleshwaram, Bangalore, the Board has divisional offices in Belgaum, Kalaburgi and Mysore.
Every year, around 8.5 lakh students appear for the Class 10 exams and nearly 2.2 lakh students take the supplementary exams in June.