Karnataka II PUC 2020 re-evaluation results announced @ pue.kar.nic.in
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NEW DELHI: The Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka published the II PUC revaluation result on its official website on Friday.

The candidates applied from August 14, 2020 at kseeb.kar.nic.in for the re-evaluation of the II Pre University College (PUC).

S.No. Event calendar Events
1 Start of receiving online applications for
scanned copy – April 2020 SSLC exam
August 11, 2020
2 Completion of receipt of online applications for scanned
Copy-April 2020 SSLC exam
August 27, 2020
3 Start of receiving online applications for
Re-evaluation – SSLC exam in April 2020
August 14, 2020
4th Completion of receiving online applications for
Re-evaluation – SSLC exam in April 2020
29th August 2020
5 Explanation of the 2020 Karnataka SSLC Revaluation Result 29th August 2020

The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) conducted the SSLC exam after the Covid-19 ban was partially lifted in the state and the results were subsequently released.

After the main test result, candidates wishing to request a reassessment had the opportunity to do so. Now the department announced the PUC-II revaluation result on Friday.

Revaluation results – March 2020
1) Revaluation results – with change

2) Revaluation results – without change
3) Results of unevaluated and changed sums
Karnataka Revaluation Result: Steps to Review

1) Open the PUC official website – http://pue.kar.nic.in/home.asp
2) On the home page, click on the first link “March 2020 Revaluation Results”.
3) A new page will appear on your screen. There are three links displayed there. Click the link you want – Revaluation Results – With Change, Revaluation Results – Without Change or
4) A PDF page will open. Check your result using either the roll number or the name

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