Curated By: Sukanya Nandy
Last Updated: September 12, 2023, 17:33 IST
The Karnataka Pre University Education Department has announced the state PUC II supplementary result 2023 for exam 2 today, September 12. Candidates who took the exam 2 can check their results through the official websites at karesults.nic.in, and pue.karnataka.gov.in. Students will need their registration number to check their scores.
Students need to score a minimum of 33 per cent marks to clear the exam. Students who will miss the minimum marks requirement by a small margin will be promoted by giving grace marks. Teachers can only give grace marks up to 5 per cent. Students failing in all subjects will have to repeat the class.
Karnataka PUC II Supplementary Result 2023 for Exam 2: How to check
Step 1 – Go to karresults.nic.in
Step 2 – Click on Karnataka PUC II supplementary result 2023 for exam 2 link available on the home page
Step 3 – Enter the required login details
Step 4 – Your result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5 – Save and download the for further use.
The Karnataka board had declared the result of the 2nd PUC on April 21. Out of the 7.02 lakh students who appeared in the Karnataka PUC 2023 exam, as many as 5,24,209 students passed the exam. The pass percentage was at 74.67 per cent. The pass percentage among girls was 80.25 per cent while among boys it was 69.05 per cent.
The highest pass percentage was seen in the Science stream which was recorded as 72.53 per cent. Commerce stream students followed the Science stream students in the highest pass percentage at stood at 64.97 per cent. The pass percentage for the arts stream was 61.22 per cent, with 134,876 students passing the exam. Ananya, S M Koushik, and Tabassum Shaik have topped the KSEAB Class 12 Result for science, arts, and commerce, respectively.
Meanwhile, the Karnataka government has decided to eliminate the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) and Pre-University College (PUC) supplementary exams from next year. Students will be given three chances to appear for the annual board exams. The highest marks secured by candidates out of the three exams will be considered final.