While an earlier circular had mentioned March 27 as the result date, the department of PU education informed that it will not be possible as the lock down is under progress.
“The evaluation is over. However, in order to tabulate the results, college principal, one or two lecturers and non teaching staff need to collate the data and be present in the colleges. This is impossible under the present circumstances. Thus, we cannot expect the results until the shutdown is over,” said Kangavalli M, director of the department.
Bengaluru south students need not go to their colleges to see their first year Pre-University College results. In the district, there are 56,250 students who have appeared for the first year PUC exams last year. Among this 50,694 students have passed. The overall result of the district is 90.12%. In Arts stream, 83.40% of students have passed, in commerce, 88.46% and in science stream 94.18% of students have passed respectively.