Karnataka PUC Result 2021 Date & Time - Check 1st and Second PUC result 2021 here
Karnataka PUC Result 2021 - Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka will release the 1st PUC and 2nd PUC result in online mode. The Karnataka 1st PUC result 2021 will be declared on result.dkpucpa.com. While the Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2021 will be made available on the website karresults.nic.in. The Karnataka PUC result 2021 will be declared in May 2021. To get the Karnataka Board result 2021, students will be required to enter their registration number. The Karnataka PUC result 2021 will consist of important result details such as marks obtained, result status, etc. The Karnataka PUC Board exams will be held in March 2021. Last year the 1st PUC result was released on May 5, whereas the 2nd PUC result was declared on July 14, 2020. Read the article to get more details about the Karnataka PUC Result 2021.
Karnataka PUC Result 2021 Date
All the important dates of the Karnataka board result is tabulated below. These dates are tentative, based on the previous year’s dates.
Karnataka PUC Result 2021 - Important Dates
Karnataka 1st PUC exam date
Karnataka 2nd PUC exam date
Karnataka 1st PUC result date
Karnataka 2nd PUC result date
How to Check Karnataka PUC Result 2021?
Complete steps to check the Karnataka PUC result 2021 is provided below. Follow them to get your Karnataka Board result 2021.
Steps to check Karnataka 1st PUC result 2021
Step 1 - Visit the website result.dkpucpa.com.
Step 2 - Enter your registration number, as mentioned in your hall ticket and your date of birth in DD-MM-YYYY format.
Step 3 - Now click on the ‘Go’ button.
Step 4 - The Karnataka Board 1st Year Result 2021 will be displayed on your screens.
Karnataka 1st PUC result 2021 window will look like this:
Steps to check Karnataka 2nd PUC result 2021
Step 1 - Browse the official website: karresults.nic.in.
Step 2 - Now click on the ‘PUC Results 2021’ link.
Step 3 - On the result page, enter your registration number and click on the submit button.
Step 4 - The result will be available now. Check the details and save the result.
Snapshot of Karnataka 2nd PUC result 2021 window
Details mentioned on the Karnataka PUC Result 2021
Subject names and codes
Marks obtained in each subject
Total marks obtained
Snapshot of Karnataka Board Result Image
What after Karnataka PUC result 2021?
Those students who did not get their expected marks can apply for revaluation of marks after the declaration results.
If any student has failed in one or more subjects, then they can appear in the compartment examination. Check the Karnataka PUC syllabus to prepare for the exams.
Students who successfully pass the Karnataka state board exam results can choose from various courses after 12th and make a wise decision for their career.
Karnataka PUC Result 2021 Statistics
The stats for 1st and 2nd year Karnataka Board result will be released after the declaration of result. The previous years result stats are provided in the tables below.
Last year’s Karnataka 1st PUC Result Stats
Total number of students appeared
Total number of students passed
Overall pass percentage
Pass percentage - Science stream
Pass percentage - Commerce stream
Pass percentage - Arts stream
Last year’s Karnataka 2nd PUC Result Stats
Total number of students appeared
Overall pass percentage
Pass percentage of Science stream
Pass percentage of Arts stream
Pass percentage of Commerce stream
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Karnataka PUC Result 2021 Date & Time - Check 1st and Second PUC result 2021 here
Question: Will the 1st PUC and 2nd PUC result be declared on the same date?
No, both the results will be released on different dates.
Question: Where can I check the 2nd PUC result online?
The 2nd PUC result will be made available on karresults.nic.in.
Question: What should I do if I fail in one subject?
You can appear in the compartment exam to save your year.
Question: What credentials are required to check the 1st year PUC result?
You will need your registration number to check the result.
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Hi Aspirant ,
Veterinary College in Bidar , for SCR category they expect a minimum of 40% aggregate marks in Physics ,Chemistry ,Biology and English in Cat -1.
You can also visit other Veterinary colleges :
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- Veterinary College ,SHIMOGA
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I have got 3360 rank in kcet veterinary please tell me can I get government seat in karnataka veterinary colleges. Im SC category and rural (SCR)..
As per your rank and as per previous year cutoff, the colleges you will get are as per your category SCR are:-
Veterinary College Bangalore
Veterinary College Bidar
Veterinary College Shimoga
Veterinary College Hassan
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How many years should I prepare for UPSC Exam? in coaching centre & which coaching centre is best.
In order to appear for UPSC, candidates need to attain 21 years and passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university, one can apply even in the final year, there's no specific aggregate required in this case. When it comes to coaching centre, the question of a good coaching centre varies among states,so in order to provide you detailed information, you need to mention your city, anyway overall in India some of the best coaching centre are Vajiram and Ravi(Delhi), Vision IAS, Shankar IAS Academy(Chennai), Khan Study Group, Chanakya IAS Academy to name a few.
UPSC Civil Service Exam consists of three stages: Preliminary,Mains,Interview.
To give you a brief about the exam;
Preliminary consists of 200 Marks for each paper, you just need to score the required cut offs against your category, its numbers are not added in the list.It mainly consists of GS Paper-I with the following topic such as History of India and Indian national movement, Indian and World geography, Economic and social development- sustainable development, poverty,inclusion demographics, social sector initiatives etc,Indian polity and governance-constitution,political system,Current Events nationally and Internationally, General Science,General Issues on environmental ecology,biodiversity and climate change. you just need to score the required cut offs against your category.
And there's qualifying paper CSAT for which you need to score 33%, that is 66 Mark's out of 20which includes topics such as basic numeracy, comprehension, logical reasoning and analytical ability, general mental ability, decision making and problem solving, interpersonal skills including communication skills. Both consists of 200 marks, MCQs based. Prelims is mcq based, but still it requires knowledge coupled with speed in order to ace it, it's numbers are not added in the final list,
Coming to Mains it's more of a subjective type, one needs to write answer for Four General Studies Paper such as
GS-I includes Indian Heritage and Culture,History and Geography of the World and Society,
GS-II includes Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations,
GS-III includes Technology, Economic Development, Bio-Diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management,
GS-IV includes Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude
Two Language Paper
So, overall there are nine papers , each pape is of 250 marks, total is 1750 marks followed by Personality Test of 275 marks.
The vital step towards preparation is to be well acquainted with UPSC Syllabus , learn it by heart, that's the most crucial step to crack this exam, to know what to read and what to skip.
Have an integrated approach towards preparation because nowadays what's happening is even in prelims, UPSC frame questions based on Mains syllabus,
Set targets on a daily,weekly and monthly basis to complete this extensive syllabus.
Newspaper Readind is equally important, start with The Hindu, or Indian Express on a regular basis to be updated as well as gaining knowledge which shall be highly useful to you in future exam preparation part. Put a more emphasis on editorial part, it will not only broaden your perspective but help a lot in answer writing,and make sure whatever opinion you form it should be well balanced. You can also make notes of this,it'll be very useful in answer writing.
Start with basics always when it comes to reading book, for each subject, you can do with NCERTs for this. This will build your foundation strong,as you progress, move on to other relevant books as mentioned below;
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NCERT Class XI and XII
India's Struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra
For Indian Culture, refer art and culture by Nitin Singhania
NCERT Class VI to XII
GC Leong's Physical Geography
NCERT Class XI
Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh
International Relations & Polity ;
NCERT XII Political Science with current affairs
Indian Polity by Laxmikanth
Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Agarwal
M Tyra's Quicker Maths
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GS I - For History , Class XI NCERT book with India's struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra,India after Independence by Bipan Chandra,History of Medieval India by Satish Chandra
For Geography refer World Geography and Geography of India by Majid Hussain, GC Leong's Physical and Human Geography with NCERT Class XI book.
For GS II - Polity and International Relations , refer Indian Polity by Lamikanth,India's Foreign Policy by Rajiv Sikri
For GS III - For Economics refer Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh, read ARC report along with Economic Survey and Fiscal Budget.
For GS IV - For Ethics refer a book named Lexicon by Niraj Kumar, also you can go through study material of IGNOU.
Remember to keep resources minimal always, read one book many a times instead of many a book one time, revision is the key here.
Start practicing answer writing in advance, even in a little way, Writing mains is a huge task, for nine paper it requires immense practice along with knowledge. There are many sites which provide questions on daily basis you can avail that. Try to give a holistic viewpoint while answer writing by providing political,economical and social aspect. You can also go through toppers answer sheet available in various UPSC exam sites.
Go through previous year question paper available on the official website of UPSC,in addition mock papers, and test series which are easily available from any of the sites exclusively dedicated to UPSC, you must practice these and evaluate your performance.
second puc results 2020 expected on??
It is expected that Karnataka PUC result 2020 will be declared on July 9, 2020. You will be able to check PUC results 2020 Karnataka on the official website.
All the best!!!
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- Fees: Rs3-4 Lakhs
- Course: MBBS, Bsc Nursing, MD Anasthesiology,MBBS, MD General Medicine, MS General Surgery,MS Opthamology etc
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