Karnataka 2nd PUC Supplementary Exam 2023 timetable out at kseab.karnataka.gov.in
The Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board has recently published the timetable for the state's 2nd PUC Supplementary Exam 2023. Candidates who need to appear for this examination can download the schedule from the official website of KSEAB at kseab.karnataka.gov.in. As per the announced schedule, the Karnataka 2nd PUC Supplementary Exam 2023 will start on May 22 and end on June 2, 2023. The examination will be held in two shifts - the first shift from 10:15 am to 1:30 pm and the second shift from 2:15 pm to 5:30 pm. All students appearing for this examination can easily download the timetable by following these simple steps.
Step 1: Visit the official website of KSEAB at kseab.karnataka.gov.in.
Step 2: Select the Karnataka 2nd PUC Supplementary Exam 2023 timetable link available on the homepage.
Step 3: A new PDF file will open, where candidates can check the dates for their respective examinations.
Step 4: Download the PDF file and keep a hard copy of the same for further use.
Results for the Karnataka PUC 2 were declared on April 21, 2023. After the announcement of the results, the board started the registration for the supplementary examination. The registration for the supplementary examination began on April 26, 2023, and concluded on May 2, 2023. Candidates who applied for the Karnataka 2nd PUC Supplementary Exam 2023 after the given dates were fined. According to the notification shared by the Karnataka Board, class 12th students excluding SC, ST, and C-1 categories will have to pay Rs 140 as supplementary fees for one subject, Rs 270 for two subjects, and Rs 400 for three or more subjects.
This year, 74.67% of students passed the board examination. Among the toppers, SM Koushik has received 596 marks and is the science stream topper from the state of Karnataka, while Ananya K A topped with 600 marks in commerce, and Tabassum Shaikh topped in the arts stream with 593 marks. In 2023, more than 7.27 lakh students registered for the examination, with 2,34,815 students from the arts stream, 2,47,269 students from the commerce stream, and 2,44,129 students from the science stream.