On the day of Karnataka 2nd PUC exam in 2023, BMTC will provide free bus service to take students from their homes to exam centers
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Karnataka 2nd PUC 2023 exam begins today, with over 7 lakh students appearing
The Karnataka 2nd PUC 2023 exam is being conducted today, March 9, 2023, under the Karnataka School Examination and Evaluation Board. As per the reports, around 126,195 students have registered for the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam in 2023. The board will conduct the examinations till March 29, 2023. It is recommended that the candidates appearing for the Karnataka 2nd PUC 2023 exam should bring their class 12 admit card to the exam centre. Karnataka Education Minister BC Nagesh wished the students success in their board exams.
The minister wrote on Twitter that the education department has made preparations for the board exams.
On the day of the exam, it is reported that the Bangalore Metropolitan Transportation Corporation (BMTC) will also provide free bus service to the students to take them from their homes to the exam centres. Students can use the free service by presenting their exam hall ticket or Karnataka PUC admit card. What is Karnataka PUC exam? Karnataka Pre-University Course (PUC) is the name given to higher secondary education in Karnataka. The course is of two years, with class 11 being the first year and class 12 being the second year. Students have to qualify the second PUC board exam to get admitted in the higher education institute. The board exams for students in the first and second PUC are administered by the Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka in affiliated colleges and schools across the state. Karnataka 2nd PUC 2023 Exam: Guidelines • Students appearing for the Karnataka 2nd PUC exam must reach the exam center at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the board exam. • Students must carry the hall ticket for Karnataka 2nd PUC exam. • Candidates should note that they are not allowed to bring any electronic device including smart watch, Bluetooth devices, mobile phone and calculator in the examination hall. • It is recommended that candidates bring their own stationery as it is not allowed to borrow inside the examination hall. • Students will read the question paper for the next 15 minutes.
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First Published: Thu, 09 Mar 2023. 16:26 IST