Are 2nd PUC exams Cancelled?

Are 2nd PUC exams Cancelled?

Karnataka Class 12th Board Exam 2021: In a major relief for students, the Karnataka government has cancelled the 2nd PUC exams (Class 12 board exams 2021). “Karnataka Board Exams 2021 for the 2nd PUC exams have been cancelled.

Is 1st PUC board exam?

Karnataka Education Minister S Suresh Kumar has issued a notification clarifying that the 1st PUC exam will not be conducted this year. The state government has ordered the board to release the 1st PUC result. The result will be released only through the official website.

Can we change college after 1st PUC?

According to an official statement by DPUE, a student enrolled for I-PUC can shift to another college after getting permission from the principal of their present college. A CBSE or ICSE student wishing to register for II-PUC must furnish transfer certificate from the relevant board to the department.

What is the meaning of PUC?

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What is the full form of 2nd PUC?

The pre-university course or pre-degree course (PUC or PDC) is an intermediate course (which is known as 10+2) of two years’ duration, conducted by state education institutions or boards in India. This pre-university course is also known as the Plus-two or Intermediate course.

How many subjects are there in 1st PUC?

The courses offered by the Karnataka Pre University Education Department PUE are broadly classified under the categories of Humanities (Arts), Science & Commerce. There are 23 subjects, 11 languages and 50 combinations in the Pre-University curriculum.

Which is the best combination in science for PUC?

Pre University (PU) Programs

  • PUC Science Combinations. PCMB – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology. PCMC – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science.
  • Course Duration. 2 years.
  • Course Eligibility. SSLC / ICSE / CBSE or Equivalent.
  • Languages. First Language – English. Second Language – Hindi / Kannada / Sanskrit.

What is the difference between PUC and 11th?

There is no difference between 11th, 12th CBSE and Karnataka PUC in terms of syllabus. Now Karnataka State Board also follows NCERT text books like CBSE for PCM(Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), not sure about other subjects, but the only difference is in the question paper.