PMB Result pmbkarnataka.org 2019 – 2020: Para Medical Board (PMB) Karnataka has declared the revaluation/supplementary result for January 2020 examination. PMB result of January 2020 supplementary exams and the provisional marks list is now updated and available at the official website as per notification dated March 7th, 2020. The candidates who had applied for the revaluation of their regular PMB results released earlier, may now check the revaluation results starting today.
March 7th, PMB Notification
Students can see the result notification at www.pmbkarnataka.org which is simply titled “Supplementary Examination January 2020 Result Notification”.
PMB Revaluation/rechecking result:
pmbkarnataka.org is the official website of the Para Medical Board (PMB) Karnataka for declaring result of para medical courses. Karnataka Nursing and Paramedical Sciences Education (Regulation) Authority, Para Medical Board (PMB) Karnataka conducts the examinations annually and twice a year. After the declaration of each results, the facility to apply for revaluation is provided to the students.
PMB result 2019 for revaluation applications released today can be checked either through registration number. The college administration staff can also access the results at official site through this link.
PMB revaluation result January 2019 for students- Check here
Students should report the corrections/errors (if any) before February 20th, 2020 to the board. Any grievances/corrections regarding PMB revaluation/supplementary result/marks sheet January 2020 will not be accepted after Feb 29th by the board.
Students obtaining minimum 40% aggregate marks are termed ‘passed’ by the board. However, the 40% aggregate marks include theory examinations, practicals and internal assessment marks. The internal assessment marks are considered to take up the total aggregate marks to 40%.
- Students obtaining more than 60% aggregate marks are termed ‘passed with first class’.
- Students with marks between 50%-60% are declared ‘passed with 2nd class’.
- Students with 40-50% marks are termed ‘pass’.
- Passing marks for theory exam of 90 marks are 31 marks.
- For theory exam of 45 marks, passing marks is 16.
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