Karnataka PU Admissions to Begin From June 9, Forms at www.pue.kar.nic.in Soon

Pre-university (PUC) or Class 11 and Class 12 classes in Karnataka are scheduled to start on June 9. After two years of online lessons, the new session will begin in an in-person mode. Now the admission process from different colleges for PUC has started.

Those who wish to gain admission into PUC, should note that the cut-off mark criteria for these colleges will be 60 percent. Students who have cleared their SSC results can apply for the same. Not only Karnataka but students who have completed class 10 from other states can also apply for admission in Karnataka pre-university courses.

Admission into Karnataka colleges for grades 11 and 12 or first and second year of PU will be on SSC marks. Students will be granted admission based on cut lists created by the faculties. Soon after the SSC results, the admission process starts in different colleges which generates a final list based on the marks obtained by the applicants.

Last year, Seshadripuram PU College had a cut-off of 89 percent for science courses and 86 percent for commerce. At MES, the cut-off was 94 percent for science and 90 percent for commerce students.

The Karnataka Secondary Education Examinations Board (KSEEB) announced the release of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) results for 2022 last week. The success rate was 85.63 percent. The girls outperformed the boys in the 2022 result in the Karnataka SSLC Class 10. The success rate of the girls was 90.29 per cent. While the percentage for boys was 81.30 per cent. A total of 8,53,436 students took the board exams for class 10. Of this, 7,30,881 students passed the exams with flying colors. In order to pass the exams, a minimum of 35 marks in each subject is required.

According to BC Nagesh, 22 districts in Karnataka received a grade of A while two districts (Bengaluru South and Yadgir) received a grade of B. In addition, 145 students scored 625/625. Rural areas of the state outperformed urban students with a total of 292,946 students passing in urban areas with a pass rate of 86.64 per cent, while 428,385 students passed with a pass rate of 91.32 per cent in rural areas, as reported by Indian Express.

For those who could not pass the exams the first time, the board will conduct the supplementary exam on June 27. This year, 118,875 students scored an A+ or over 90% marks.

Meanwhile, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education PC Nagesh announced on Friday that the second PUC exams have ended and assessment is set to start from next week. The results will be announced in the third week of June.

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