Bengaluru: Karnataka Primary Education Minister Kimmane Rathnakar, Wednesday, declared Karnakata II Pre-university Course (Plus 2) result 2016.
A total of 5,12,555 candidates had appeared for the KSEEB 2nd II PUC examination out of which 3,64,013 students cleared it.
The overall pass percentage is 57.20 per cent, a dip by 3.34 per cent as compared to last year. As has been the norm over the years, girls outperformed boys this year too with a pass percentage of 64.78.
The highest scores this year: Science – 596 (total pass percentage is 66.25), Commerce - 594 (total pass percentage is 64.16) and Arts – 585 (total pass percentage is 42.12).
Karnataka Second II PUC Exam Results 2016 are now live on the following websites: Pue.kar.nic.in, Kseeb.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in.
However, given the huge number of candidates, the websites are working slow. It is advised that you wait for sometime before attempting to check your result.
How to check KSEEB PUC Results 2016
1.Log on to any of the following websites Pue.kar.nic.in, Kseeb.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in.
2. Click on Pre-University Examination Board PUC Results.
3. Enter registration number and submit.
View result, save and download the PDF copy of your scorecard of Karnataka Second PUC Result 2016.Karnataka Second PUC Result 2016.
Karanataka PUC results 2016 – District wise
Dakshina Kannad stands first with 90.48 per cent followed by Udupi, Kodagu, Uttara Kannada districts. The lowest pass percentage has been recorded in Yadagiri with 44.16 per cent.
As far as college-wise results are concerned, a total of 91 PU colleges achieved 0 per cent result including 88 private unaided colleges.
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) had conducted the PUC exam 2016 between March 11 to April 12 across the state.
PUC result revaluation and supplementary examination
Candidates who have doubts about the marks granted to them can apply for revaluation and recounting of marks. They have time till June to submit an application for the same along with the proscribed fee.
Failed students can appear for supplement examination which will be held from July 1 to July 13. Those interested can take this examination by paying fee on or before June 6.
Last year’s Karnataka 12th Result was declared on May 18. The pass percentage was 60.54% with girls outperforming boys with a pass percentage of 68.24 as compared to 53.09% achieved by boys.
10.38% of the successful candidates achieved distinction, 51.87% got first class, 21.23% score second class and rest 16.52% were given third class.