Karnataka PUC II Result 2024: KSEAB's 2nd PUC Result To Be Declared Today

The direct link to view scores will be activated at 11 am on karresults.nic.in.

The Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board (KSEAB) is all set to declare the results of the 2nd PUC or Class 12th final exams today, April 10.

The highly anticipated Karnataka PUC 2 results will be unveiled during a press conference scheduled for 10 am, followed by the activation of the direct result link on the board’s official website, karresults.nic.in, at 11 am. Students are advised to keep an eye on kseab.karnataka.gov.in for additional updates and information.

The Karnataka PUC exams were conducted from March 1 to 22 this year, with a single shift timing from 10:15 am to 1:30 pm.

Approximately 7 lakh students appeared for the 2nd PUC examination, eagerly awaiting their results.

To access their board exam marks online, students will need to log in with their KSEAB registration numbers and select their subject combination or stream name.

Here are the steps to check the Karnataka PUC 2 results:

1. Visit the official result portal of the board, karresults.nic.in.

2. Look for the “PUC 2 Annual Examination Result” link and click on it.

3. Enter your registration number and choose the subject combination.

4. Verify the details and download the PUC 2 result.

5. It is recommended to save a copy of the result page for future reference.

Please note that students will only be able to view their results online today. The physical copy of the marks sheet and certificate will be sent to schools at a later date.

During the press conference announcing the Karnataka 2nd PUC results, the board will also reveal the names of the toppers, pass percentage, region-wise result data, and other important details. Following this announcement, the link to check individual scores will be activated on the board’s official website.

In the previous year, the Karnataka PUC 2 results were released on April 21. According to the board’s data, a total of 7,27,923 students had registered for the exams, out of which 7,25,821 were eligible to appear.

Among them, 7,02,067 students took the test, while 23,754 were absent. Out of the students who appeared, 5,24,209 qualified, resulting in an overall pass percentage of 74.67%.

As students eagerly await their results, the Karnataka PUC 2 exam results will soon be available online, offering a glimpse into the academic achievements of thousands of students across the state.