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Karnataka PUC Exams 2022: Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka conducts Karnataka Pre-University Certificate exams. DPUE has revised the exam dates, the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam was conducted from April 22 to May 18, 2022. Earlier, the exam dates were April 16 to May 6, 2022.
Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2022 -Direct Link
The Karnataka 2nd PUC hall ticket has been released a few weeks before the examination. This is mandatory for each student to collect their hall ticket/admit card and carry it to the exam hall on exam day, else he/she will not be allowed to sit for the exam.
Class 12 exam result has been annonced on June 18, 2022. Students who will appear for the exam can check the Karnataka PUC result in online mode.
Karnataka 2nd PUC examination is conducted for six subjects for each student, which includes two language subjects and four other subjects of Arts, Science or Commerce stream.
Students should complete the entire Karnataka PUC syllabus 2022 at least a month before the exams to revise the topics. The examinations will be held in Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Marathi, Telugu, Sanskrit, Urdu, and English medium.
Students should solve and practice with Karnataka PUC Question Papers 2022 to prepare well and smartly for exams.
Karnataka PUC Board 2022 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 2022 Important Dates
Upcoming Dates and Events
12 Aug, 2022 - 25 Aug, 2022
Exam - Supplementary | Mode: Offline Ongoing
Past Dates and Events
18 Jun, 2022
Result | Mode: Online
18 May, 2022
Exam - Final: Hindi | Mode: Offline
17 May, 2022
Exam - FInal: Optional Kannada, Accountancy, Geology, Home Science | Mode: Offline
14 May, 2022
Exam - Final: Sociology, Electronics, Computer Science | Mode: Offline
12 May, 2022
Exam - Final: Political Science, Statistics | Mode: Offline
10 May, 2022
Exam - Final: History, Physics | Mode: Offline
06 May, 2022
Exam - Final: English | Mode: Offline
05 May, 2022
Exam - Final: Information Technology, Retail, Automobile, Health Care, Beauty & Wellness | Mode: Offline
04 May, 2022
Exam - Final: Geography, Biology | Mode: Offline
28 Apr, 2022
Exam - Final: Kannada, Arabic | Mode: Offline
27 Apr, 2022
Exam - Final: Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Urdu, Sanskrit, French | Mode: Offline
26 Apr, 2022
Exam - Final: Hindustani Music, Psychology, Chemistry, Basic Maths | Mode: Offline
25 Apr, 2022
Exam - Final: Economics | Mode: Offline
23 Apr, 2022
Exam - Final: Mathematics, Education | Mode: Offline
22 Apr, 2022
Exam - Final: Logic, Business Studies | Mode: Offline
23 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Geography, Psychology, Information Technology, Retail, Automobile, Health Care, Beauty & Wellness | Mode: Offline
22 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Logic, Business Studies, Optional Kannada | Mode: Offline
21 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Accountancy, Education, Home Science | Mode: Offline
20 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Political Science, Biology, Geology, Electronics, Computer Science, Carnatic Music, Hindustani Music | Mode: Offline
18 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: English | Mode: Offline
17 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit | Mode: Offline
16 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Sociology, Mathematics, Basic Maths | Mode: Offline
15 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Statistics | Mode: Offline
11 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: Economics, Chemistry | Mode: Offline
09 Dec, 2021
Exam - Mid-Term: History, Physics | Mode: Offline
Karnataka PUC Board 2022 Eligibility Criteria
Eligibility criteria for Karnataka PUC 2022 are the minimum requirements for the exam set by the Department of PUE.
No student will be allowed to appear in the Karnataka PUC exam if they fail to meet the prescribed Karnataka PUC eligibility criteria 2022.
If a student met the following conditions then he/she can sit for the 1st & 2nd PUC exam 2022:
Karnartaka 1st PUC Exam 2022
- A student who has passed a Karnataka SSLC or equivalent examination from any other country, other than India must obtain a Karnataka 1st PUC Eligibility Certificate.
- He/She who has cleared an SSLC of Karnataka or equivalent exam from other State Boards / CBSE / ICSE / IGCSE / NIOS etc from other states within India.
Karnartaka 2nd PUC Exam 2022
- The student must be enrolled in class 12th of a school affiliated to the Dept. of PUE.
- He/She must have cleared class 11th from the Department of PUE or any other board recognized by the department.
- The student must have attained the required attendance in class 12th.
Karnataka PUC Board 2022 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
Mode of Payment : Other
The Karnataka PUC 2022 application process will be held in offline mode only. Regular students can apply through their respective schools, whereas private students can apply through the head office of DPE or through schools.
- Regular students can take the application form from the Head of Institution of their respective institute and enter their details. Students need 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 2022 by collecting application forms from the head office of Dept. of Karnataka PUC or the school they are enrolled in.
Accounting for not-for-profit organization
Accounting for partnership: Basic concept
Reconstitution of a partnership firm-admission of a partner
Reconstitution of partnership firm-retirement/ death of a partner
Dissolution of partnership firm
Accounting for share capital
Financial statements of a company
Nature and significance of management
Principles of management
Electric charges and fields
|Introduction, electric charge, conductors and insulators, charging by induction, basic properties of electric charge, Coulomb’s law, forces between multiple charges, electric field, electric field lines, electric flux, electric dipole|
|Dipole in a uniform external field, continuous charge distribution, Gauss’s law, applications of Gauss’s law, field due to infinitely long straight uniformly charged wire, field due to uniformly charged infinite plane sheet|
Electrostatic potential and capacitance
|Introduction, electrostatic potential, potential due to a point charge, potential due to an electric dipole, potential due to a system of charges, equipotential surfaces, potential energy of a system of charges, potential energy in an external field|
|Electrostatics of conductors, dielectrics and polarisation, capacitors and capacitance, the parallel plate capacitor, effect of dielectric on capacitance, combination of capacitors, energy stored in a capacitor|
|Introduction, electric current, electric currents in conductors, Ohm’s law, drift of electrons and the origin of resistivity, limitations of Ohm’s law, temperature dependence of resistivity, electrical energy, power, cells, EMF, internal resistance|
|Cells in series and in parallel, Kirchhoff’s rules, Wheatstone bridge, meter bridge, potentiometer|
Moving charges and magnetism
|Introduction, magnetic force, motion in a magnetic field, motion in combined electric and magnetic fields, velocity selector, magnetic field due to a current element, Biot-Savart law, magnetic field on the axis of a circular current loop|
|Ampere’s circuital law, the solenoid and the toroid, force between two parallel currents, the ampere, torque on current loop, magnetic dipole, the moving coil galvanometer|
Magnetism and matter
|Introduction, the bar magnet, the magnetic field lines, magnetism and Gauss’s law, the Earth’s magnetism, magnetisation and magnetic intensity|
|Introduction, the experiments of Faraday and Henry, magnetic flux, Faraday’s law of induction, Lenz’s law and conservation of energy, motional electromotive force, energy consideration: A quantitative study, Eddy currents, Inductance, AC generator|
|Introduction, AC voltage applied to a resistor, representation of AC current and voltage by rotating vectors-phasors, AC voltage applied to an inductor, AC voltage applied to a capacitor, AC voltage applied to a series LCR circuit, LC oscillations|
|Introduction, electromagnetic waves, electromagnetic spectrum|
Ray optics and optical instruments
|Introduction, refraction, total internal reflection, refraction at spherical surfaces and by lenses, refraction through a prism, some natural phenomena due to sunlight, the rainbow|
|Optical instruments (except resolving power microscope and astronomical telescope)|
|Introduction, Huygens principle, refraction and reflection of plane waves using Huygens principle, coherent and incoherent, addition of waves, interference of light waves and Young’s experiment, diffraction, the single slit|
|Seeing the single slit diffraction pattern, the validity of ray optic|
Dual nature of radiation and matter
|Introduction, electron emission, photo electric effect, experimental study of photoelectric effect, photoelectric effect and wave theory of light, Einstein’s photoelectric equation: Energy quantum of radiation, particle nature of light: The photon|
|Wave nature of matter|
|Introduction experiment, alpha particle, scattering and Rutherford’s nuclear model of atom, atomic spectra, Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, the line spectra of the hydrogen atom, De-Broglie’s explanation of Bohr’s second postulate of quantisation|
|Introduction, atomic masses and composition of nucleus, size of the nucleus, mass energy and nuclear binding energy (except binding energy per nucleon and its variation with mass number), nuclear force, nuclear energy|
Semiconductor electronics: materials, devices and simple circuits
|Introduction, classification of metals, conductors and semiconductors, intrinsic semiconductor, extrinsic semiconductor, p-n junction, semiconductor diode, application of junction diode as a rectifier, special purpose p-n junction diodes|
|Optoelectronic junction devices, digital electronics and logic gate|
|Reproduction in organisms: Sexual reproduction|
|Sexual reproduction in flowering plants|
Genetics and evolution
|Principles of Inheritance and Variation|
|Molecular basis of Inheritance|
Biology in human welfare
|Human health and disease|
|Microbes in human welfare|
|Biotechnology: Principles and processes|
|Biotechnology and its applications|
|Organisms and Populations|
|Biodiversity and conservation|
|General characteristics of solid state, amorphous and crystalline solids, classification of crystalline solids, crystal lattices and unit cells, number of atoms in a unit cell, close packed structures, packing efficiency|
|Calculations involving unit cell dimensions, imperfections in solids|
|Types of solutions, expressing concentration of solutions, solubility, vapour pressure of liquid solutions, ideal and non-ideal solutions, colligative properties and determination of molar mass|
|Electrochemical cells, Nernst equation, conductance of electrolytic solutions, electrolytic cells and electrolysis (excluding elementary idea of laws of electrolysis)|
|Rate of a chemical reaction, factors influencing rate of a reaction, integrated rate equations|
|Adsorption, colloids, classification of colloids, colloids around us|
|Group 15 elements, dinitrogen, ammonia, oxides of nitrogen (excluding structure), nitric acid, group 16 elements, dioxygen, simple oxides, ozone, sulphur-allotropic forms, sulphur dioxide, oxoacids of sulphur, sulphuric acid; chemical properties, uses|
|Group 17 elements, chlorine, hydrogen chloride, oxoacids of halogens, interhalogen compounds, group 18 elements|
The d-and f-block elements
|Position in the periodic table, electronic configurations of the d-block elements, general properties of the transition elements (d-block), the lanthanoids: Electronic configuration, oxidation states, lanthanoids contraction, reasons and consequences|
|The actinoids; actinoid contraction, some applications of d-and f-block elements|
|Werner's theory of coordination compounds, definitions of some important terms pertaining to coordination compounds, nomenclature of coordination compounds, bonding in coordination compounds, bonding in metal carbonyls, stability of coordination compounds|
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
|Classification, nomenclature, nature of C–X bond, methods of preparation, physical properties, chemical reactions|
Alcohols, phenols, and ethers
|Classification, nomenclature, structures of functional groups, alcohols and phenols, ethers|
Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
|Nomenclature and structure of carbonyl group, preparation of aldehydes and ketones, physical properties, chemical reactions, uses of aldehydes and ketones, nomenclature and structure of carboxyl group, methods of preparation of carboxylic acids|
|Physical properties, chemical reactions, uses of carboxylic acids|
Organic compounds containing nitrogen
|Amines: Structure of amines, classification, nomenclature, preparation of amines, physical properties, chemical reactions|
|Carbohydrates, classification of carbohydrates, monosaccharides, preparation of glucose, structure of glucose, cyclic structure of glucose, structure of fructose, proteins, nucleic acids|
Relations and Functions
|Introduction, types of relations, types of functions, binary operations|
Inverse trigonometric functions
|Introduction, basic concepts principal values|
|Introduction, matrix, types of matrices, operations on matrices, transpose of a matrix, symmetric and Skew symmetric matrices, invertible matrices|
|Introduction, determinant, area of a triangle, minors and cofactors, adjoint and inverse of a matrix, applications of determinants and matrices|
Continuity and differentiability
|Introduction, continuity, differentiability, exponential and logarithmic functions, logarithmic differentiation, derivatives of functions in parametric forms, second order derivative|
Application of derivatives
|Introduction, rate of change of quantities, increasing and decreasing functions, tangents and normals, maxima and minima|
|Introduction, integration as an inverse, process of differentiation, methods of integration, integrals of some, particular functions, integration by partial fractions, integration by parts, definite integral, fundamental theorem of calculus|
|Evaluation of definite integrals by substitution, some properties of definite integrals|
Applications of integrals
|Introduction, area under simple curves|
|Introduction, basic concepts, particular solutions of a differential equation, methods of solving first order, first degree differential equations|
|Introduction, some basic concepts, types of vectors, addition of vectors, multiplication of a vector by a scalar, product of two vectors|
|Introduction, direction cosines and direction ratios of a line, equation of a line in space, shortest distance between two lines, plane coplanarity of two lines, distance of a point from a plane|
|Introduction, linear programming, problem and its mathematical formulation, different types of linear programming problems|
|Introduction, conditional probability, multiplication theorem on probability, independent events, Bayes' theorem|
Theory of consumer behavior
Production and cost
The theory of the firm and perfect competition
National income accounting
Money and banking
Determination of income and employement
Concept formation and thinking
Personality and adjustment
Current trends in education
Management and quality in education
Field effect transistor (FET)
Bipolar junction transistor (BJT) biasing
Feedback in amplifiers
Modulation and demodulation
|Modulation, amplitude modulation (AM), derivation for the instantaneous voltage of an AM signal, modulation by several sine waves|
|Exclusive or (XOR) and exclusive NOR (XNOR), digital course, arithmatic logic circuits, simplication of Boolean expression, sequential logic circuits|
|Introduction, definition of a rock, general classification of rocks into igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic types, rock cycle|
|Introduction-(a) definition of magma and lava, (b) composition of magma, (c) forms of igneous rock: (i) Extrusive-lava flows, (ii) intrusive-concordant (still) and discordant (Dyke)|
|Structures-definition, types-vesicular, amygdaloidal, columnar, ropy and pillow, classification of igneous rocks: (i) Volcanic, (ii) hypabyssal and, (iii) plutonic with examples, brief description of important igneous rocks: (a) Volcanic-basalt and pumice|
|Brief description of important igneous rocks: (b) Hypabyssal-dolerite and porphyry, (c) plutonic-granite and syenite, uses of igneous rocks, significance of igneous rocks|
|Introduction, definition, processes and formation of sedimentary rocks: Weathering, erosion, denudation, transportation, deposition, compaction, lithification and diagenisis, structures: Stratification, lamination, graded bedding, current bedding|
|Structures: Ripple marks and mud cracks, brief description of sedimentary rocks viz. conglomerate, breccia, sandstone, shale, limestone and shell limestone|
|Introducation-definition of metamorphism, agents of metamorphism-temperature, pressure and chemically active fluids, zones of metamorphis –epi, meso-and hypo-zones, description of important metamorphic rocks: (a) Slat, (b) marble, (c) quartzite|
|Description of important metamorphic rocks: (d) Gneiss, (e) schist, (f) charnockite|
|Introduction: (a) Attitude of beds-strike and dip, (b) outcrops, inliers and outliers Brunton compass and its uses, folds-definition, parts of a fold viz. hinge, axis, axial-plane, limbs, crest, trough and plunge|
|Types of fold viz, anticline, syncline, symmetrical and asymmetrical, faults-definition, parts of a fault viz. fault plane, fault line, foot-wall and hanging-wall, types of fault-normal, reverse, step, horst and Graben, importance of geological structures|
|Definition, principles of stratigraphy-(a) law of order of superposition, (b) uniformitarianism, (c) conformable and unconformable beds, geologic time scale, salient features of: (a) Precambrian-Archaean and Proterozoic|
|Salient features of: (b) Phanerozoic-Palaeozoic, Mesozoic, and Cainozoic|
|Introduction-(a) conditions for preservation, (b) possession of hard parts, (c) immediate burial, (d) suitable environment, types of fossilization-(a) mummification, (b) mould and case, (c) carbonization, (d) entire skeleton remaining unchanged|
|Types of fossilization-(e) petrification, (f) tracks, trails and footprint, general morphology and range in age of following fossiss: (a) Corals-calceola (c) gastropods-fusus|
|Plant fossils-brief morphology and range in age of the following: (a) Glossopteris, (b) ptillophylum, significance and uses of fossils|
Fundamentals of interior decoration
Wet processing for textiles
Nature of induction
Postulates of induction/ grounds of induction
Concept of causes
J.S.Mills experimental methods
Scientific method and hypothesis
Challenges of adjustment
Psychology-its social relevance
Psychology and life
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
Karnataka PUC Board 2022 Preparation Tips
To score good marks students should have dedication, knowledge, and most importantly, a strategy. Having a good strategy to tackle Karnataka PUC 2022 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 2022 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 2022, 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 2022 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 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.
Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka prescribes the Karnataka Board syllabus and exam pattern for 1st and 2nd PUC exams 2022. Knowing the Karnataka PUC exam pattern is important as it helps students with planning their studies. Students will familiar with the number of questions, marking scheme, duration of the test, etc by using the syllabus and exam pattern for Karnataka 2nd PUC 2022.
Karnataka PUC Exam Pattern 2022
|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 2022.
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 a stipulated time.
Previous year question papers of all subjects of Karnataka PUC can be downloaded by following the link given above.
Previous Years’ Karnataka PUC Question Papers
|Subject ||Question Paper link |
|Physics ||Click here |
|Chemistry ||Download here |
|Mathematics ||Click here |
|Biology ||Download here |
|Electronics ||Click here |
|Home Science ||Download here |
|Kannada ||Click here |
|English ||Download here |
|Basic Maths ||Click here |
|Computer Science ||Download here |
|Education ||Click here |
|Sanskrit ||Download here |
|Political Science ||Click here |
|Urdu ||Download here |
|Statistics ||Click here |
|Accountancy ||Download here |
|Geography ||Click here |
|Sociology ||Download here |
|Economics ||Click here |
|Business Studies ||Download here |
Karnataka Board PUC hall ticket 2022 will be released by exam authorities in February 2022, tentatively. 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 a Karnataka 2nd PUC hall ticket to the exam hall on exam day. Otherwise, candidates will not be allowed to appear for the Karnataka PUC examination 2022.
Karnataka PUC Exam Day Guidelines 2022:
Go through the exam day instructions of Karnataka PUC exam 2022 as under,
- Students should reach the exam centre 30 minutes before the scheduled time as mentioned in Karnataka PUC time table 2022.
- Carry the hall ticket / admit card and school ID while appearing in the Karnataka PUC exams 2022.
- Students with any other document than hall ticket / admit card will not be allowed to enter the exam centre.
- As per the guidelines, Mobiles, calculator or other electronic gadgets are not allowed to take inside the exam hall.
Documents Required at Exam
- School ID
- Hall ticket
DPUE, Karnataka has released the result of Karnataka PUC 2022 on June 18 in online mode through the official website. Students can check their results by entering the hall ticket number in the Karnataka PUC result window. The result includes some important details such as the name of the student, Parent name, School & Board name, Subject names and codes, Result status, Marks secured in each subject, and Total marks secured.
How to check Karnataka 1st PUC Result 2022:
The detailed steps to check the result of Karnataka 1st PUC exam 2022 is given below,
1st Step: Visit the official website: karresults.nic.in.
2nd Step: Now click on the ‘PUC Results 2022’ link.
3rd Step: Enter your registration number and click on the submit button.
4th Step: The result will be displayed on the screen.
How to check Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2022:
Students will follow the given steps to check their 2nd PUC result of Karnataka 2022:
1st Step: Open the official website on pue.kar.nic.in.
2nd Step: Then, click on the link that says Karnataka 2nd PUC 2022 result. (Link will be available after the official release)
3rd Step: Enter the registration number in the result window and submit it.
4th Step: Karnataka 2nd PUC result will open on the screen.
5th Step: Download and save the result for future references.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question:What documents should be summited to get the Karnataka PUC Eligibility Certificate 2022?
The following documents must be submitted for eligibility certificates.
- An attested photocopy of the 10th /11th std or equivalent Marks card.
- Attested copy of the T.C. Issued by the last attended institution
- Attested copy of the Migration Certificate
- Passport documents in case NRI and other Foreign of Students.
- Visa in the case of foreign students.
- Original challan for having paid the fees.
- Self-addressed stamped envelope.
Question:What are the Karnataka PUC 2022 passing marks?
Students should obtain a minimum of 35 percent marks in each subject to pass the Karnataka 2nd PUC exams 2022.
Question:When will the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam time table 2022 be released?
The final 2nd PUC time table of the Karnataka Board has been released on January 13, 2022 on the official website.
Question:Is the Karnataka 2nd PUC time table 2022 same for private students?
Yes, the 2nd PUC time table of Karnataka Board is the same for both regular and private students.
Question:What is the timing of the Karnataka PUC exams?
The Karnataka PUC exams were conducted in the morning session (10.15 AM to 01.30 PM).
Question:When will the Karnataka PUC 2022 result be released?
The result of Karnataka PUC 2022 has been announced on June 18, 2022.
Question:What are the credentials required to check the Karnataka 2nd PUC result 2022?
Students can use a valid Registration Number to check the result.
Question:What should students do if they fail in one subject?
Students can appear in the compartment exam to save your year.
Question:What is the minimum attendance necessary to appear for the Karnataka PUC exams 2022?
A minimum of 75% of attendance of the total classes conducted in individual subjects is compulsory.
Questions related to Karnataka PUC Board
When is the result of 1puc karnataka 11class .
Department of Pre-University Education will declare the first PUC result in May 2022, tentatively. The Karnataka 1st PUC result 2022 will be released on the official website of the Karnataka Board result.dkpucpa.com. The officials have not yet declared the exact dates for the results keep an eye on the official website or the link below for the latest information. The Karnataka board result 2022 will also be made available via SMS.
2nd puc 2022 pcmb, kannada & english blue print please send me
Hope you are doing good.
Solving PUC blueprint will help in giving the idea of exam pattern and marking scheme. through which confidence will be gained for writing the exam .
To download the blue print refer to the below given link and also for the more details:
Hope this helps you.
All the best.
if we got 31maks in bord will pass
You have tagged PUC karnataka board.
In karnataka board, the passing marks is 35 % in each subject.
So, if your subject is of 100 marks then to pass that subject you need at least 35 marks.
It means with 31 marks, you will fail in your examination.
For details checkout:-
Follow the given below tips to score well in your board examination :-
---------) Go well through your textbooks
---------) While reading the book, underline the important points and then later make short notes
---------) Do go through the questions at the end of the chapter, just reading is not going to help.
---------) Follow a routine, it should be such that it moves around 3 important things i. e first studying, then practicing questions and finally revision.
---------) Focus relatively more on your weak subject so that you can make them strong
---------) Have daily, weekly and monthly goals like you will complete these topics today , these chapter by the end of the week and these many chapters by the end of the month
---------) Be practical in your approach. For example, if you need 4 days to complete a chapter but you plan to finish it in 1 day from scratch then that's not going to help you, at the end of the day it will give you disappointment and down your morale, so be practical.
---------) Complete your syllabus at least 1 month before your board examination so that you can give it for revision and practicing questions
---------) solve previous year question papers :- it will be really of great help to you because you will know what type of questions are asked in the exam, their difficulty level , examination pattern etc
---------) Go through chapterwise and unitwise test and once you're done with the complete syllabus ,go through full mock test papers. And do at least 5-10 full mock test papers in each subject.
---------) practicing days full mock test papers will let you know the level of your preparation for your board examination .
---------) after each mock test analyse your performance to know your mistakes / weak areas , after that you need to work on improving them in the subsequent mock tests .
I hope that you find this helpful.
my aim is to become IPS officer, right now Im studying at 10th std after completion of my 10th should I take science or commerce to easily achieve my aim ,if its commerce what option should I take in that, if it is in science which option should I choose?
First of all there is no restrictions in terms of belonging to specific stream for appearinv in UPSC, you just need to pass graduation in any discipline from a recognized University, you can also apply in the final year provisonally, it's entirely your choice to pursue a specific career as it's dependent on varioua factors such as skills, aptitude, interest, the kind of job profiles you're looking as back up plans, CSE is conducted in three phases such as preliminary, mains and interview.
now with science stream at 10+2 level, depending upon the subject combinations you have:
With PCM Stream:
If you'r interested in technical field, you can go for Engineering/ Architecture course/Railway Apprentice Exam/AME Training, CPL Training, BCA.
In the field of Marine/Navy/Defence, you can appear for IMUCET, Indian Navy BTech Entry Scheme, Indian Army Technical Entry Scheme, Indian Navy Sailors recruitment,National Defence Academy.Naval Academy Examination
With PCB Stream:
You can appear forNEETfor admission to various courses such as MBBS/BDS//Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery/Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery/Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, in some cases even for BPT NEET courses are considered.You can go for BDes,BPharm. Bachelor of Optometry, BASLP, Radiology, Occupational Therapy,
If you're academically inclined and interested in research or teaching, you can do BS-MS Dual Degree from IISER, or four years BS degree program in IISC(Bangalore) through KVPY, you can also appear for NEST for 5 years integrated MSc program in NISER(Bhubaneshwar)/ UM DAE CABS(Mumbai), after this you can qualify for CSIR NET/SET, become assistant professor or pursue PhD. In case of teaching career in school level, you can do BSc-BEd. You can apply in Indian Statistical Institute for BSc Maths/Statistics. ICAR AIEEA UG for BSc Agriculture.
For Commerce stream there are chooces in BCom Hons or simply BCom, BBS/BMS,Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretary,Certified Financial Planner, Certified Management Accountant,
other than these there are
Integrated MBA for which you can appear for IPMAT or JIPMAT,
NCHMCT JEEfor Hotel Management,
NIFT, NID, AIEEDfor Fashion Designing,
AILET/CLAT/LSAT/BHU UET to name a few for integrated law program.
attendence is compalsary for 2nd pu to write exam
Dear aspirant !
Hope you are doing great ! There is not any school/college / education institute without attendance rule ,being a regular mode student ,you can't think of holidays ,however some holidays can be taken easily without any problem ,but at least 70 to 75% attendance is required to write the exam . This is strict rule ,you can't be go against with it . Rest depend on you . Further query related to topic will be solved in comment section,if any.
Hope it helps you !