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Karnataka PUC II Exams Timetable Released 2019

Branch of Pre-University Education of Government of Karnataka has released the temporary timetable for leading second Pre-University Certificate or PUC yearly examination amid March 2019. As per the second PUC timetable released by the Department of PUE, the examinations will begin on March 1, 2019 and will be closed on March 18, 2019.

Karnataka PUC II Exams Timetable Released 2019

The partners may raise their protests, assuming any, to the as of late released timetable and the worry ought to be sent to Joint Director (Exam) at the latest November 28, 2018. A year ago, the exams were held from March 1 to 16. 

PUC II timetable 2019

March 1- History, Physics, Basic Maths
March 2- Information Technology, Retail, Auto Mobile, Health Care, Beauty & Wellness
March 5- Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Arabic, French
March 6- Logic, Geology, Education, Science
March 7- Optional Kannada, Accountancy, Mathematics
March 8- Urdu, Sanskrit
March 9- Political Science, Statistics
March 11- Business Studies, Sociology, Chemistry
March 12- Geography, Karnatak Music, Hindustani Music
March 13- Psychology, Electronics, Computer Science
March 14- Economics, Biology
March 15- Hindi
March 16- Kannada
March 18- English

As per the discharge by the Karnataka Department of PUE, protests got after November 28, 2018 date won't be considered. The Department said the last second PUC timetable will be published after due thought of complaints got inside the stipulated date.

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