Karnataka Board Intermediate (2nd PUC) Result 2019 – Result Declaration Date
Karnataka 2nd PUC Result is declared in the month of April or May every year. The date of the result declaration is notified via local newspapers or via electronic media and is notified few weeks after the completion of the last paper.
The dates for the Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2019 are as follows:
|Name of the Board/Exam||Exam Dates||Result Declaration Date|
|Karnataka Board II PUC Exam||1st March – 18th March 2019||1st May 2019|
The result declaration date given above is tentative and will be updated after the official notification received from the board. You can also visit the official website of the board at http://www.pue.kar.nic.in for your reference.
Karnataka Board Class 12th Result 2019 – How & Where to Check Online Result
Karnataka PUC Result 2019 will be released on the official result website of the board at http://www.karresults.nic.in/.
You can also check the II PUC result on your mobile through SMS. All the procedures to check the result are given below. Please go through the process step by step and you can quickly check you result.
How to Check Karnataka Board Class XII Result 2019 – Step by Step Process
The Karnataka 12th PUC Result 2019 could be checked in the following methods:
- Via Online
Step 1: Go to the official result website at http://karresults.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link ‘PUC Result 2019’.
Step 3: On the next screen, enter your Registration No. in the given box.
Step 4: Click on ‘Submit’ to get the result displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Take the printout of the result for your reference.
- Through SMS
The result could also be received on your mobile phones as an SMS. You have to follow the below step:
SMS KAR12<space><roll No.> to 56263 and you will receive the result on your phone shortly as an SMS.
Karnataka Board 12th Result 2018 – Facts & Figures
- Total number of examination centers where the exams were held - 1004
- Total number of students appeared in the exam – 6,85,713
- Total Pass Percentage – 59.56%
- Total Pass Percentage (Boys) – 52.30%
- Total Pass Percentage (Girls) – 67.11%
- Total number of students who achieved distinction – 54,692
- Muthoot became the Science topper with 99.5% marks.
- Varshini M Bhatt scored 99.16% to become the Commerce topper.
- Swati S was the Arts topper scoring 99.16%.
Karnataka Board Intermediate Result – Recent Year’s Trends and Statistics
We have also provided the recent year’s trends and statistics on the Karnataka Second PUC result. You can go through for your reference.
|Year||Total Students Appeared||Total Pass %||Total Pass % (Boys)||Total Pass % (Girls)|
Year-wise Comparison of Total Pass Percentage – Karnataka Board 2nd PUC Result
As we can see from the data there are no specific trends in the total pass percentage, though the 2017-18 result have improved from last year with 7.18%. Girls have outperformed boys this year also with the difference of 14.81%
Things to do after Checking the Karnataka Board Class 12th Result 2019
Once you have checked your result and are satisfied with your marks, now it is the time to prepare for the next level. You can take admissions in colleges and universities and pursue the courses which you have planned for your career based on your stream and interest. You can also opt for some non conventional courses which suits your interest as there is a lot of scope in those areas. You can check our website for the list of colleges and universities in your state as well as across the country.
For those students who feel that they have not got the marks they had expected can request for the rechecking or revaluation of their answer sheets. You can contact your school for the same or alternatively you can check the official website of the board regarding the form and fees.
Those students who were not able to clear the exam due to some reasons should never get depressed; they could fill the form for the supplementary exam and clear it with excellent marks. The form and the details regarding the fees will be available on the website or it could also be collected from your school’s office.