Karnataka Board Exam 2021 (Exam Postponed)
Karnataka 2nd year PUC exams postponed!
After constant requests from teachers, teachers and students, the board finally announced to postpone the practical and theory exams, scheduled to commence from 28th April 2021 and 24th May 2021, due to the rapid surge in COVID-19 cases. Find detailed information on Karnataka Board time table page of this portal.
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination board (KSEEB) was established in the year 1964. The headquarters of KSEEB is in Bangalore, India. The board conducts exams for SSLC, as well as Pre-University (PUC). Karnataka board executes and governs activities like course of study, syllabus for each examination, and granting recognition to the schools and colleges.
The board provides updated and revised information to all schools and colleges that are registered under it. Karnataka board conducts exams for SSLC and PUC every year, and the number of candidates appearing for these exams is increasing every year. The board is segregated into SSLC and PUC for the ease of evaluation of the exams conducted.
Karnataka Board Time Table 2021
According to the latest update, the Karnataka board SSLC exams will begin on 21st June 2021, whereas the 2nd PUC exams was scheduled be on 24th May 2021. However, the final 2nd PUC and SSLC time table has been released. Candidates appearing for the SSLC board exam 2021 can visit the respective official websites and download the Karnataka board time table 2021 as a PDF file.
Karnataka Board Registration 2021
Candidates appearing for SSLC exams 2021 should visit the official website to complete SSLC registration 2021 and appear in the SSLC exam 2021. Karnataka board will release the SSLC registration form 2021 soon. Schools will perform the registration process on behalf of their students.
Karnataka board registration 2021 has to be completed before the specified date, and if not done within the date, candidates cannot appear for the board exams. Candidates who are not satisfied with their marks after the result declaration can apply for revaluation of the papers with minimal registration charges.
Karnataka Board Hall Ticket 2021
SSLC hall ticket 2021 will be out a few weeks before the exam commencement. Candidates must collect their hall tickets from the respective schools on specified dates. The Karnataka board hall ticket 2021 will contain the candidate's personal details like name, date of exams, and the subject code.
Hall tickets will be distributed to affiliated colleges three weeks before the commencement of board exams, and candidates are supposed to collect them from their respective institutions. Candidates have to sign in for the hall ticket and check whether all the details printed on the hall ticket are correct. Private candidates applying for board exams can directly download the Karnataka board hall ticket 2021 from the official website. The hall ticket contains instructions that the candidates are supposed to follow during their examination.
Karnataka Board Result 2021
Candidates can visit - karresults.nic.in to check the Karnataka SSLC result 2021, where the results will be declared soon after the board exams. The 2nd PUC results will also be published on the official website - pue.kar.nic.in and candidates must enter the "registration number" on the official website to download the Karnataka board result 2021.
Karnataka Board Syllabus 2021
Karnataka board has announced a 30% reduction in class 10th and 12th courses for 2020-21. Candidates can download the Karnataka SSLC syllabus from the website kseeb.kar.nic.in or the syllabus section of this page. In contrast, PUC candidates can visit puc.kar.nic.in to download Karnataka board syllabus 2021 as PDF files. However, on 6th January 2021, the primary and secondary education minister has announced no cut in the syllabus of classes 1st to 9th.
The board published the updated and revised Karnataka syllabus on its official website that will systematically help schools and colleges to teach candidates. The syllabus will help the candidates get a clear idea regarding the topics they have to study for the board exams. It serves as a tool for them to complete the portions and score well in the exams.