Karnataka First Year PU Results Soon. Details Here
The first year PU result will be released on the registered mobile numbers of students or parents on May 5.
First year Pre-University or PU results of Karnataka Department of Pre-University Education will be released soon. According to a report published by Deccan Herald on April 30, the first year PU result will be released on the registered mobile numbers of students or parents on May 5. The report also asked the colleges which offers PU course that the PU results should not be released on the notice boards. This measure has been taken keeping in view to avoid gatherings in and around the institutions to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The Deccan Herald report also said the students who are not able to clear the exams after the PU results are declared will be given a chance to appear for supplementary examinations in college level and further details on this will be shared with the institutes by the department in due course.
"After the declaration of results, colleges can conduct online classes for students who are eligible to attend second year PU classes," the report added.
The state is yet to complete the SSLC (class 10) and PU second year (higher secondary or class 12) examinations as the spread of coronavirus and subsequent lockdown announced by the government has put the whole academic activities out of gear in the state.
Recently, the education minister has said the SSLC examinations in the state will be conducted as it is a "crucial stage in a student's life".
"We will consider it (SSLC examinations) when the situation becomes normal," The New Indian Express quoted the minister as saying.
The Karnataka SSLC exam was scheduled to be held between March 27 and April 9, and over eight lakh students had registered for the exam.
Updates on the date and other decisions regarding PU second year exams are awaited.
Earlier, the school education department had decided to promote class 7 and 8 students without any exams in the wake of lockdown aimed at controlling the spread of COVID-19.
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