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II PU students to get marks cards by July-end

Published On : 15 Jul 2017


Bengaluru,(DHNS): Students, who passed the second PU exams this year, will get their original marks cards by the end of July.

The Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) has introduced 15 safety features in the marks cards to make them foolproof and impossible to duplicate. There is a separate provision for entering grace marks.

The DPUE?issues the original marks cards within two months of the announcement of results - by the end of July or early August - according to its director, C Shikha.

“We have taken steps to avoid inconvenience to students who wish to go for higher studies in India or abroad. Two students urgently needed the original marks cards and we made the necessary arrangements with due attestations to issue them provisional marks cards. Twelve students have enrolled at IITs and foreign institutions this year on the basis of our certificates,” she told DH.

She clarified that a number of students who gathered at the DPUE office on Thursday had sought information about the CET, not the marks cards.







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