About Karnataka PUC Board 2020
Karnataka PUC Exams 2020: Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka conducts Karnataka Pre-University Certificate exams. These exams are commonly known as Karnataka PUC. The registrations for PUC Karnatka 2020 has been closed. Here are the highlights of the Karnataka PUC board exams:
Latest: As per the revised Karnataka 2nd PUC time table 2020, 2nd PUC exam for English subject will be held on June 18, 2020.
- Karnataka 2nd PUC exams were commenced on March 4, 2020, in the morning session from 10:15 am to 1:30 noon.
- Students should complete entire Karnataka PUC syllabus 2020 at least a month before the exams to revise the topics.
- Karnataka PUC 2020 exams will be conducted for six subjects for each student, which includes two language subjects and four other subjects of Arts, Science or Commerce stream.
- The exams are administered in Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Marathi, Marathi, Telugu, English, Sanskrit and Urdu medium.
- After completing syllabus, a student should solve and practise with Karnataka PUC Question Papers to prepare smartly.
- The board provide Karnataka 2nd PUC hall tickets in the month of January and February.
- This is mandatory for each student to collect their hall ticket and carry to the exam hall on exam day, else he/she will not be allowed to sit for the exam.
- After conduction of exams, the board will declare Karnataka PUC result 2020 in the month of June 2020.
- Students who will apply for revaluation of their result will be able to check Karnataka PUC revaluated result in July 2020 tentatively.
Karnataka PUC Board 2020 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Karnataka Pre-University Certificate Examination|
|Short Exam Name||Karnataka PUC Board|
|Conducting Body||Department of Pre-University Government of Karnataka|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Languages||English, Hindi +6 More|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
Karnataka PUC Board 2020 Important Dates
Past Dates and Events
18 Jun, 2020
Exam - English | Mode: Offline
21 Mar, 2020
Exam - Political Science, Statistics | Mode: Offline
20 Mar, 2020
Exam - Sanskrit | Mode: Offline
19 Mar, 2020
Exam - Kannada | Mode: Offline
18 Mar, 2020
Exam - Hindi | Mode: Offline
17 Mar, 2020
Exam - Economics, Biology | Mode: Offline
16 Mar, 2020
Exam - Logic, Geology, Home Science | Mode: Offline
14 Mar, 2020
Exam - Psychology, Electronics, Computer Science | Mode: Offline
13 Mar, 2020
Exam - Education | Mode: Offline
12 Mar, 2020
Exam - Geography | Mode: Offline
11 Mar, 2020
Exam - Optional Kannada, Accountancy, Mathematics | Mode: Offline
10 Mar, 2020
Exam - Urdu | Mode: Offline
09 Mar, 2020
Exam - Information & Technology, Retail, Auto Mobile, Health Care, Beauty & Wellness | Mode: Offline
07 Mar, 2020
Exam - Business Studies, Sociology, Chemistry | Mode: Offline
06 Mar, 2020
Exam - Karnatak Music, Hindustani Music | Mode: Offline
05 Mar, 2020
Exam - Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Arabic, French | Mode: Offline
04 Mar, 2020
Exam - History, Physics, Basic Mathematics | Mode: Offline
Karnataka PUC Board 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Eligibility criteria for Karnataka 2nd PUC 2020 are the minimum requirements for exam set by the Department of PUE. If a student met the following conditions then he/she can sit for the exam:
The student must be enrolled in class 12th of a school affiliated to Dept. of PUE.
The student must have cleared their class 11th from the Department of PUE or any other board recognised by the department.
The student must have attained the required attendance in class 12th.
Karnataka PUC Board 2020 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
Mode of Payment : Other
The application process for Karnataka PUC 2020 was held in offline mode. Regular students can apply through their respective schools, whereas private students can apply through the head office of DPE or through schools.
- Regular students could take the application form from the Head of Institution of their respective institute and enter their details. Students had to provide details like their name, parents’ name, school name etc. After filling the application form, attach required certificates such as birth certificates and/or caste certificates etc.
- Private students can apply for Karnataka 2nd PUC 2020 by collecting application forms from the head office of Dept. of Karnataka PUC or the school they are enrolled in.
Karnataka PUC Board 2020 Syllabus
Depreciation, provisions and reserves
Accounting for partnership fundamentals
Partnership accounts -admission of a partner
Partnership accounts –retirement and death of a partner
Partnership accounts– dissolution of partnership firm
Accounting for share capital and debentures
Financial statements of joint stock company
Analysis of financial statements
Accounting for non-profit organizations
Computers in accounting II
Al quranul kareem
Parts of holy quran
Hadith from Prophet Mohammed (PBUH)
Bio graphy of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH)
Wise saying of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH)
Moulana Abul Kalam Azad
Al Madina Munawwara
Al Malik Shar Suri
Who struggle will get
Travel to delhi
Science and earth
Passport and visa
Arabic an international language
Chacha Chhakkan’s story
Praise or eulogy
Eulogy of the prophet mohammed (PBUH)
Hazrat Abubaker Siddique
Quality of pen
The rich and the poor
Proverbs of arabs lu-lu-walmarjan
Couplets from arab proverbs
Murakkab tausifi compound sentence
Huroof-ul-istefarm interrogative letters
Fael e mazi(past tence)
(Al mubare) fail muzare present and future tence
Fael-ul-amar w-nahi imperative tense
Nasib ul faiz ul mudarah (zabar stroke giving)
Jazim fael-ul-mudareh sukun(inactive)
Arabic non detail studies work book
Story of moses (PBUH)
Work book solution
Genetics and evolution
Biology in human welfare
Introduction to management
Principles of management
Financial management and financial markets
General principles and processes of isolation of elements
D and f block elements
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Alcohols, phenols and ethers
Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
Organic compounds containing nitrogen
Chemistry in everyday life
Backdrop of computers
Computing in C++
Large data, database and queries
Advanced concepts in communication technology
Economics-II part - A micro-economics
Introduction to economics
Theory of consumer behavior
Production and cost
The theory of the firm and perfect competition
Imperfect competitive markets (non-competitive markets)
Economics-II part – B macro-economics
National income accounting
Money and banking
Consumption and investment function
Government budget and the economy
Concept formation and thinking
Personality and adjustment
Current trends in education
Management and quality in education
Research in education
Statistics in education
Field effect transistor (FET)
Bipolar junction transistor (BJT) biasing
Feedback in amplifiers
Operational amplifier (Op-Amp)
Modulation and demodulation
Power electronics and its applications
C – Programming
Modern communication systems
Romeo and Juliet - William Shakespeare
Too dear - Leo Tolstoy
On children -Khalil Gibran
Everything i need to know i learned in the forest - Vandana Shiva
A sunny morning - Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quinter
When you are old - W B Yeats
The gardener - P Lankesh
To the foot from its child - Pablo Neruda
I believe books will never disappear - Jorge Luis Borges
Heaven, if you are not on earth - Kuvempu
Japan and Brazil through a traveler's eye - George Mikes
The voter - Chinua Achebe
Where there is a wheel - P. Sainath
Water - Challapalli Swaroopa Rani
Au fil du temps
64 million de consummateur
Habitants des villes ou de champs
Cultivons nos plaisirs
Les autres et moi
Sur le chemin des mots
Au fil du temps
64 million de consommateur
Habitants des villes ou de champs
Cultivons nos plaisirs
Les autres et moi
Sur le chemin des mots
Letter writing / e-mail
Geography-Part-A fundamentals of human geography
Human economic activities
Transport and communication
Geography- Part – B : human and economic geography of India
Population of India
Land and water resources
Mineral and power resources
Transport, communication and trade
Geographical perspectives on environmental issues – planning and sustainable development
Geography-part – C : practical geography
Representation of geographical data
Development of Indian music through vedic period and ramayana, mahabharata periods
Details on shruti, grama and murchana
Study of thata system
Music therapy and voice culture
Technical terms: dhwani, thata, raga, vadi – samvadi, anuvadi, vivadi, purvangauttaranga, theka, kayda, peshkar, tihayi, mukhada, tukada, palta, gat, jod, toda, jhala
Study of gharanas of hindustani music
Various systems of hindustani music
Autobiography’s of musicians: pt. mallikarjun mansur, pt. panchaxari gavayi, pt.kumar gandharva, ustad vilayat khan, pt. nikhil bannerjee, pt. d.r. parwatikar, ustad ahmadjan thirokwa, pt. samata prasad, pt. sheshgiri hangal
Contribution of musicologists to the field of hindustani music jaydev, sadarang-adarang, pt.v.n.bhatkhande, pt.v.d. paluskar
Essays: music and psychology, music and society
Tala rachana (siddhanta)
Stone age and metal age
Socio-religious reform movement in medieval India
Fundamentals of interior decoration
Wet processing for textiles
Traditional textiles and embroidery of India
Selection of clothing
Extension education for community development
Role of the community development facilitator
Leadership in extension
Nature of induction
Postulates of induction / grounds of induction
Concept of cause
J.S.Mill’s experimental methods
Scientific method and hypothesis
Relations and Functions
Vectors and three-dimensional geometry
Electric charges and fields
Electrostatic potential and capacitance
Moving charges and magnetism
Magnetism and matter, electromagnetic induction
Alternating current, electromagnetic waves
Ray optics and optical instruments
Dual nature of radiation and matter, atoms
Nuclei, semiconductor electronics, communication systems
Origin and growth of Indian political system
Elections and party system in India
Administrative machinery in India
Social movements and their political implications
Nation building and challenges to Indian democracy
Emerging trends of Indian politics
Contemporary political trends
International relations and politics
India’s foreign policy
Challenges of adjustment
Psychological disorders (abnormality)
Psychology-its social relevance
Psychology and life
Nurturing psychological skills
Making of Indian society
Social inequality, exclusion and inclusion
Family in India
Change and development of villages, urbanization in India
Economic, political and communication systems
Social change in India
Time series analysis
Interpolation and extrapolation
Statistical quality control
Karnataka PUC Board 2020 Preparation Tips
To score good marks student should have dedication, knowledge and most importantly, a strategy. Having a good strategy to tackle Karnataka PUC 2020 will enable you to score well in the exam. Here are a few strategies which previous toppers have used while preparing for Karnataka 2nd PUC:
- Read the complete syllabus: It is important for you to go through the complete syllabus of Karnataka 2nd PUC 2020 before starting your preparation. Doing so will make you aware of the important topics, weightage and what you need to study for the exam. After going through the syllabus, segregate the topics and make a plan on how to study them.
- Quality over quantity: Preparing for Karnataka PUC 2020, you should know that it is much better to study little with concentration rather than finishing more topics without any concentration. You will only retain the topics you have studied with focus and concentration.
- Prepare a strategy: Preparing a strategy for Karnataka 2nd PUC 2020 will be helpful for you as it will give your studies discipline and also make you more confident about the exam. Making a study timetable will help you gain a perspective on how many topics you have to cover in a given time. On the basis of this, you can prepare an effective study timetable and ace the exams!
- Go through the exam blueprint: Exam blueprints inform you of what type of question will come from which topic or unit along with how much marks it will carry. Studying according to the exam pattern not only decreases study pressure but it is also an efficient way of studying for Karnataka 2nd PUC.
- Self-Evaluation: Students are also advised to practice from Karnataka PUC board question papers to find where they lack in studies. This self-evaluation will leave plenty of room for them to strengthen the topics they have difficulty with.
Knowing exam pattern is important as it helps students with planning their studies. Exam pattern for Karnataka 2nd PUC 2020 is given below:
Karnataka PUC Exam Pattern 2020
|Mediums offered||Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Marathi, Telugu, English, Sanskrit and Urdu|
|Subjects Offered||Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Electronics, English, French, Geography, Geology, Hindi, Hindustani Music, History, Home Science, Kannada, Karnataka Music, Logic, Malayalam, Marathi, Opt-Kannada, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu etc.|
|Subjects to be Chosen||Need to choose 2 language subjects and 4 other subjects|
|Minimum Passing Marks||35|
Practising with Karnataka PUC question papers helps students to prepare smartly for the exams. These question papers work as mock tests because, the same pattern, typology questions will be used while preparing Karnataka PUC question papers 2020. So, by practising from these papers, students will get an idea about the exam pattern, syllabus, marking scheme, frequent topics, typology of questions and much more. It is also a good idea to put a timer or use a stopwatch while solving these question papers and try to solve the questions in stipulated time. Previous year question papers of all subjects of Karnataka PUC can be downloaded by following the link given above.
Karnataka PUC Board 2020 Admit Card
- Karnataka Board PUC hall ticket 2020 has been released between January and February 2020.
- Students will be able to collect their Karnataka 2nd PUC hall ticket through respective schools.
- The hall ticket provides basic details of a student along with the exam schedule and exam centre address.
- It is mandatory to carry Karnataka 2nd PUC hall ticket to the exam hall on exam day.
Documents Required at Exam
- School ID
- Hall ticket
DPUE, Karnataka will release the result of Karnataka PUC 2020 in the month of June 2020 tentatively. The 2nd PUC result will be provided in online mode through the official website. Students can check their result by entering hall ticket number in Karnataka PUC result window. Students can follow the given steps to check their Karnataka 2nd PUC result 2020:
Step 1: Click on the link provided above or visit the official website on pue.kar.nic.in.
Step 2: Then, click on the link that says Karnataka 2nd PUC 2020 result.
Step 3: Enter the registration number in the result window and submit it.
Step 4: Karnataka 2nd PUC result will open on the screen.
Step 5: Download and save the result for future references.
Qualifying Marks Trend
Questions related to Karnataka PUC Board
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.
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How many SCR seats are available in BMCRI in total (including 1&2 both round allotment) ?
Thank you for your query. Following are the details regarding BMCRI:
- Number of Seats Available: 2000
- Fees: Rs3-4 Lakhs
- Course: MBBS, Bsc Nursing, MD Anasthesiology,MBBS, MD General Medicine, MS General Surgery,MS Opthamology etc
- Ranking: 11th with AAAAA in NAAC acrediation
- Link: https://www.careers360.com/colleges/bangalore-medical-college-and-research-institute-bangalore All the best
Do they provide a new hall ticket for Karnataka 2nd PUC English exam?
There is no such announcement as of now about new hall ticket being issued. To download the hall ticket you can visit the PUC official website. On the home page, click on the link "CLICK HERE FOR ADMISSION TICKET OF II PUC MARCH 2020 EXAM" to get your ticket.The 2nd PUC exams were scheduled to take place between March 27, 2020, to April 9, 2020. But due to the coronavirus, the state government and the education department decided to postpone them. No further notice has been updated till now but make sure you keep visiting PUC site for updates.
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i paased ist puc from karnataka puc board. can I take admission in uttar pradesh in 2nd puc.
Thank you for the query. You can definitely taken admission for 2nd PUC in Uttar Pradesh after you have done 1st PUC in Karnataka but you need to present a Migration Certificate from the PUC Karnataka and also a Transfer Certificate from the college you studies.
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is there any rural category quota for admission in govt medical college karnataka. I belongs to karnataka?
For admission in government medical college in Karnataka the seats are divided into two quotas
All India Quota 15%
State Quota 85 %
Further the state Quota is divided in categories of General, OBC, SC and ST
Hence there is no such rural category quota
For more information visit
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