The Karnataka Pre-University Certificate exams (PUC exam) began today at 1,109 examination centres across the state. The Pre-University Certificate exams (PUC exam) will be held till March 29. This year, over 7.27 lakh students from 5,716 colleges will appear for the PUC exam. Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai told ANI, “I wish all students, appearing in the PUC exam, the very best. PUCs are important for students as they’ve to decide their future – professional and other courses.”
The Karnataka PUC exam will begin at 10.15 am and will continue till 1.30 pm. State transport corporations KSTRC and BMTC are also offering free bus services to students to travel to exam centres. This year, as per reports, 2,34,815 students registered from the arts stream, 2,47,269 from the commerce stream and 2,44,129 from the science stream.
The II PUC is set to take place in 1,109 examination centres across the state.
While Bengaluru has the highest number of examination centres (156), Ramanagara has the least number of examination centres (13).