Karnataka department of pre-university education (DPUE) has declared the 2nd PUC supplementary results 2017 today. Karnataka Candidates can check their PUC II supplementary result 2017 on the official website karresults.nic.in. In case of any issues, candidates can check out results on the official website. Due to heavy load result portal may slow down, so candidates are requested to be patient.
The 2nd PUC main examination of DPUE (Karnataka) was conducted from March 9 to March 27, 2017. Approximately 6,84,247 candidates appeared for the examination. Results of the 2nd PUC main examination were out in May and those who didn’t clear, appeared for 2nd PUC supplementary exam 2017. This state controlled exam is equal to class 12th supplementary exam. Once the result of the supplementary exam is out candidates can take admission in various undergraduate courses offered by Universities of the state of Karnataka.
Karnataka 2nd PUC supplementary results 2017
The Department of Pre University Education Karnataka has declared the results of Pre University Course (PUC) II supplementary exams 2017 today. Candidates can view their result on three websites after 3 pm today i.e. results.nic.in, pue.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in. Candidates need to login to any of the website mentioned before and click on link flashing “Karnataka II PUC supplementary results 2017.” Candidates will be directed to the new homepage, users need to fill in their roll number and other mentioned details. Further by submitting their details, the result will be displayed on the screen. It is suggested that candidates should download and take out print for future reference.
During the annual examination, the Department of Pre-University Education (Karnataka) announced that pass percentage for commerce students will be 60.09%, 35.05% for Arts and 60.71% for Science students. On another hand, Hindu reported that candidates appearing in English medium examination will have a pass percentage of 61.41% whereas it will be 40.68% for Kannada medium candidates. As per reports, approximately 2500 students scored full marks in business studies. As per districts division, Udupi topped with 90.1 percentage whereas Bidar has the lowest pass percentage of 42.05 percent.
The Department of Pre-University Education, Government of Karnataka functions under primary and secondary education. The department is offering higher secondary education to the state. The Department of Pre University has 637 aided pre-university colleges, 13 corporation pre-university colleges, 1,936 unaided pre-university colleges, 1,202 government pre-university colleges and 165 bifurcated pre-university colleges.