Karnataka 2nd PUC results to be declared around 20th July: Education Minister

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July 9, 2020

Bengaluru, Jul 9: The State Education Minister of Karnataka clarifies that 2nd PUC result 2020 to be declared around July 20. The Minister’s tweet signals that Karnataka Second Pre- University examinations result is not releasing today, and likely to be declared around July 20, 2020.

Taking on his tweeter account Karnataka Education Minister S Suresh Kumar on Thursday informed that the 2nd PUC results (Class 12th) would not be declared on Thursday, that is on July 9 and would be available around 20th July. Earlier students presuming the result on Thursday had been started asking Education Minister whether Karnataka 2nd PUC Results would be announced today or not.

Addressing the students quarries, on Thursday Education Minister S Suresh Kumar took to his tweeter account and tweeted, “2nd PUC results are not announcing today, the results would be released around July 20, 2020”, or the second last week of July. Education Minister took to his twitter account to console the students, he tweeted “Many students are calling me to know whether Second PUC results will be announced Today. I once again inform all that Second PUC results will come out around 20th July.

Earlier, the education minister informed that Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate Exam, SSLC Results 2020 would release most likely by August first week and Second Pre-University (2nd PUC) Results 2020 would be declared by last week of July.

Karnataka earlier decided to hold the Board exams in spite of the opposition faced due to health risks over Corona Virus. The remaining SSLC & 2nd PUC examinations in Karnataka took place with the strict precautionary measures. The Education Minister himself carried out the inspection of many exam centres during the exams, a report said.

Evaluating the answer copies of exams, now results are to be declared in the month of July and August 2020. To get the result updates students are advised to keep visiting the official website of Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka.

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January 3,2021

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Bengaluru, Jan 3: Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Dr C N Ashwattha Narayana on Sunday appealed to the opposition parties not to politicise the Covid -19 vaccine.

Speaking to reporters after participating in the 'Chitra Santhe' (Art Fair) held here, he said the opposition should make constructive and value based suggestions to the government. The opposition parties have no other issues, making statements on serious covid-19 vaccine instead of cooperating with the government in curbing spread of the virus.

It is welcome that the central government has approved Bharat Biotech to vaccinate the country. "The first phase of vaccination will be given to covid warriors and those who are in the forefront fighting against this covid-19.

He said India has a large population and the government will welcome companies providing vaccines. The sanctioned action is a good step for Bharat Biotech.

He said that the union government has been taking steps to provide every one vaccine and it will be provided on the priority basis.

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January 9,2021

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Udupi, Jan 9: Three people including a couple from Udupi’s Kundapur taluk lost their lives in a head-on collision between two cars today at Rangenahalli in Tarikere taluk of Chikkamagaluru district.

The tragedy took place when Anil Kumar and Ashwini were heading to Bengaluru along with their 11-month-old daughter. When they reached Rangenahalli their car involved in a collision with an oncoming car. 

The couple and their car driver lost their lives in the mishap. The child survived miraculously. 

The impact of the collision was such that the car from Kundapur was reduced into a bundle of metals while the front portion of the other car also damaged completely. Two occupants of the other car suffered injuries. 

A case has been registered at jurisdictional Lakkavalli police station.

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January 1,2021

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Bengaluru, Jan 1: Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Commissioner Manjunath Prasad has written to the Additional Chief Secretary, Urban Development department asking to cancel the order of naming streets in Ward 135 of Padarayanapura in the city, after Muslim leaders.

This follows Bengaluru South MP Tejasvi Surya writing to the Commissioner to take cognizance of the matter.

Surya had stated that it was not right to name the streets only after Muslim leaders will set a dangerous precedent and must be condemned.

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