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Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022

Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 for class 12th will begin from 16th April 2022 onwards.  Karnataka Department of Pre-University Education has released the sample papers for students studying in Class 12th of Karnataka Board on its official website pue.kar.nic.in. Karnataka Education Minister B.C Nagesh made the formal declaration about the release of Karnataka PUC II Sample papers. In a tweet from his Twitter account, he stated that sample papers for Class 12 examinations are now accessible and urged students to take full use of them. The students appearing in Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 must go through all the sample papers provided by the board and try to solve them. Sample paper will help students to understand the pattern of examination and level of examination. By solving sample papers the students can assess their preparation for Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022. In this article, we have provided all the information regarding Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022. The students appearing in Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 must read the entire article and bookmark this page to get all the latest updates of Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022. 

 

Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022– Overview

We have included some basic information regarding the Karnataka 2nd PUC Time Table 2022 below. Check out the table below for more information on the Karnataka 2nd PUC Time Table 2022:

Board Name Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka
Name of Exam II PUC Exam 2022 for Class 12th
Name of Stream Arts, Commerce and Science
Academic Year 2021-22
Exam Type Annual Exam
Commencement of Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 16 April 2022
End of Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 3rd May 2022
Status of Sample Paper Available
Article Category Sample Paper
Official website puc.kar.nic.in

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Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022– Sample Papers

According to an update on the official website, the Karnataka PUC Department has provided sample papers for a total of 42 subjects. These sample papers are based on the new test pattern, structure, and style that will be utilized to create exam papers for the Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022. Students will be able to acquaint themselves with the exam pattern and general difficulty level of the exams that are expected this year by using these sample papers. Check out the sample papers of Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 given below in the table: 

 

Subject Download Link
Karnataka 2nd PUC Kannada Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC English Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC Hindi Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC Tamil Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC History Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC Economics Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC Geography Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC Political Science Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download
Karnataka 2nd PUC Physics Exam Sample Paper Click Here to Download

 

Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022: Step to Download

Step 1: Visit the official website of Karnataka Board @pue.kar.nic.in

Step 2: The home page of the Karnataka board will appear on your system screen. 

Step 3: Navigate to the ‘MODEL QUESTION PAPERS FOR 2021-22’ link on the home page and click on it. 

Step 4: You will be redirected to the new page where subject-wise sample paper links are available

Step 5: Click on the link of the subject, the pdf of the chosen subject will be displayed on your screen. 

Step 6: save or download the Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022 for future use. 

 

Karnataka 2nd PUC Time Table 2022

Check out the Karnataka 2nd PUC Time Table 2022 given below in the table. We have covered the exam dates, exam time, and exam day of all the subjects which will be asked in  Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022. Check out the table below to know Karnataka 2nd PUC Time Table 2022:

Karnataka 2nd PUC Time Table 2022
Subjects Day Date Time
Mathematics, Education, Basic Maths Saturday 16 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Political Science, Statistics Monday 18 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Information Technology, Retail, Automobile, Health Care, Beauty & Wellness Tuesday 19 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
History, Physics Wednesday 20 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Arabic, French Thursday 21 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Logic, Business Studies Friday 22 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Carnatic Music, Hindustani Music, Psychology, Chemistry Saturday 23 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Economics Monday 25 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Hindi Tuesday 26 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Optional Kannada, Accountancy, Geology, Homescience Wednesday 27 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Kannada Friday 29 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Sociology, Electronics, Computer Science Saturday 30 April 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Geography, Biology Monday 2 May 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM
English Tuesday 3 May 2022 10:15 AM to 1:00 PM

 

Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam English Sample Paper

Check out the Karnataka 2nd PUC English Exam Sample Paper given below: 

  1. Answer any TWELVE of the following in a word, a phrase or in a sentence each.
  2. Whose beauty is too rich for use according to Romeo?
  3. Who is whiter than new snow according to Juliet? 
  4. Mention the source of the kinglet’s special revenue in Monaco. 
  5. The new item of expenditure noticed by the king in ‘Too Dear!’ amounted to
  6. a) 200 francs. b) 600 francs. c) 16000 francs. 
  7. According to the speaker in ‘On Children’, the souls of children live in the house of ______ . a, yesterday b. today c. tomorrow 
  8. What cannot be visited by parents even in their dreams according to the speaker in ‘On Children’? 
  9. What according to Dona Laura had made peace between Don Gonzalo and herself? 
  10. How old was Don Gonzalo, when he first went to America? 
  11. Where according to the speaker in ‘When You Are Old’ does love hide his face? 
  12. What did Basavaiah and his people forcibly acquire in ‘The Gardener’? 
  13. When did Tammanna forget all his songs and ballads in ‘The Gardener’? 
  14. Where according to the poet does the tender sunshine lean on, in ‘Heaven, If You Are Not Here On Earth’? 
  15. When do the bowing gentlemen transform themselves into savages in ‘Japan and Brazil Through A Traveler’s Eye’? 
  16. Which place in Brazil is called ‘the worst place of all’ by George Mikes? 
  17. Expand PAP mentioned in ‘The Voter’. 
  18. Name Marcus Ibe’s most trusted campaigner in ‘The Voter’. 
  19. Name the organization that sanctioned mopeds for Arivoli activists in ‘Where There is a Wheel’. 
  20. Name the humble vehicle that is called metaphor for freedom in ‘Where There is a Wheel’. 
  21. Answer any eight of the following questions (choosing at least two from poetry) in a paragraph of 80 – 100 words.
  22. Bring out Juliet’s expression of love for Romeo. 
  23. Why was the council forced to alter the execution of the criminal in ‘Too Dear!’? 
  24. Why does the criminal refuse to go away from prison? Give reasons.
  25. How does the speaker describe the characteristics of children in ‘On Children’? Explain. 23. What makes Dona Laura call Don Gonzalo an ill-natured old man in ‘A Sunny Morning’? Give reasons. 
  26. Give an account of Don Gonzalo’s cousin’s glorious death as narrated by Don Gonzalo in ‘A Sunny Morning’. 
  27. Narrate how the speaker portrays his beloved’s future in “When You Are Old’. 
  28. Comment on the changes that were seen in the life of the plantation owner after the arrival of the old man in ‘The Gardener’. 
  29. How did Basavaiah react to Tammanna’s popularity in ‘The Gardener’? 
  30. Why is bowing in Japan quainter, more formal and also infectious according to George Mikes? 
  31. Give an account of the ‘war’ between the drivers and pedestrians in ‘Japan and Brazil Through A Traveler’s Eye’. 
  32. What is ‘whispering campaign’ and how does Roof conduct it in ‘The Voter’? 
  33. Describe Roof’s meeting with the POP campaigner in ‘The Voter’. 
  34. Explain the economic benefits of cycling in the life of rural women of Pudukkottai as presented in, ‘Where There Is A Wheel’.

III. Answer the following in about 200 words. 

  1. ‘You can’t build stone palaces by honest labour’. Is this true in the case of the king of Monaco? Discuss. 

OR

‘Heaven is to be created on earth by human effort’. How is this brought out in ‘Heaven, If You Are Not Here On Earth’? 

OR

How does the bicycle prove to be a tool of change for rural women in ‘Where There Is A Wheel’. Explain.  

  1. Read the following passage and answer the questions set on it. 

During the New Stone Age, around 7000 years ago, man learnt the use of wool to make fibre. It gave man his first alternative to wearing animal skins. It was followed by the use of flax and cotton.

 In Egypt, wool was thought to be unclean. Therefore mummies from 3400 BC have been found wrapped in linen shrouds. These shrouds were made from flax. Flax is a plant bearing blue flowers. It is grown for its stems and seeds. Cotton was used in India in 3000 BC. Cotton fabrics from around 2000 BC have been found in Peru.

 Two processes are needed to turn fibres like wool, flax and cotton into cloth. The first is spinning. Here the fibres are twisted together to form a yarn. The second is weaving. Here two sets of yarn are interwoven at right angles to form a fabric. 

Spinning was traditionally a woman’s task, hence the term spinster for an unmarried woman. Weaving was done by men. Before the Industrial Revolution, when spinning was all done by hand, it took the combined output of five to eight spinsters to keep one weaver employed. In one day a woman could spin about 550 yards (500 m) of wool. 

The most important of the animal fibres is sheep’s wool. Most wool fibres are from one inch to eight inches long. Flax is a fibre found in the stem of the flax plant. The fibre is extracted by splitting the stalk and soaking the fibres in water for several weeks to separate the fibres from one another. These fibres are from six inches to three feet long. Cotton fibres grow in the seedpod of the cotton plant. They are much shorter than flax. They measure from three mm to sixty five mm. 

Other plant fibres include jute and hemp. Jute is made from the jute plant and used for making sacks, bags and carpet backings. Hemp is made from the cannabis plant and used to make sailcloth, canvas and tarpaulins. 

There is one most unusual plant fibre. It was made from stinging nettles, a plant which has leaves with short hair that sting. Mary, Queen of Scotland slept in sheets made from the fine linen they produced. 

  1. Answer the following in a word, a phrase or a sentence each. 
  2. When did man learn the use of wool to make fibre? 
  3. Where was wool thought to be unclean ? 
  4. Flax is grown for its 
  5. a) grain and corn. b) fruits and flowers. c) stems and seeds. 

d The people who used cotton in 3000 BC were 

  1. a) Egyptians. b) Indians. c) Peruvians. 
  2. Name one of the two processes to turn fibre into cloth. 
  3. Traditionally, weaving was the task of 
  4. a) children. b) women. c) men.
  5. How much could a woman spin in one day ? 
  6. Which of the plant fibres is used to make tarpaulins ? 
  7. Who slept in sheets made from stinging nettles ? 
  8. Form antonym of ’employed’ by adding prefix

 

Read the following lines and answer the questions: (Any One with 3 Questions)

  1. I met a traveler from an antique land 

Who said: two vast and trunk less legs of stone 

Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand, 

Half sunk, a shatter’d visage lies, whose frown… 

  1. Whom did the speaker meet? 
  2. Where did the traveler come from? 

iii. What lies half sunk on the sand?  

 

  1. Lord, I am so tired. 

Tired I entered this world. 

Far have I wandered since the cock crew, 

And the road to school is steep. 

  1. Who is addressed in the poem? 
  2. What time of day does ‘since the cock crew’ suggest? 

iii. How is the road to school according to the speaker? 

37.Complete the following by filling in the blanks using the right form of the verb given in brackets: 

The Prince agreed to this, and the matter________ (arrange). There was a small lock-up where people________ (keep) temporarily. The young fellow ________ (put) there. 

  1. Report the following conversation.

Don Gonzalo : I want a bench to myself. 

Juanito : There is none. 

Don Gonzalo : That one over there is mine. 

Juanito : There are three priests sitting there. 

Don Gonzalo : Rout them out. 

  1. Complete the following dialogue. 

(At a store)

 Kiran : ______________ , do you work here? (Starting conversation with stranger) 

Assistant : Yes, I do. ______________________ ? (Offering help)

Kiran : Do you have children’s sweaters? 

Assistant : Yes, they are over there by the wall.

 Kiran : ____________________ (Asking for price) 

Assistant : It’s 300 rupees.

 Kiran : Here you are. 

Assistant : _____________ (Expressing gratitude)

 

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FAQs on Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022

Q. How can I download the Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022?

We have given steps on this page to download the Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022. Solve all the  Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022 and assess your preparation.

Q. When will the Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 take place?

The Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 will commence on 16th April 2022.

Q. When will the Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 conclude?

The Karnataka 2nd PUC Exam 2022 will conclude on 3rd May 2022.

Q. Where can I download Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022?

The Karnataka 2nd PUC Sample Papers 2022 are available to download from the official website of Karnataka Board puc.kar.nic.in.

 

 

 

 

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