DTE Karnataka Diploma Result 2018 declared at bteresults.net

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Krishnamurty M
Krishnamurty M
Krishnamurty M covers education for TechObserver.in.

DTE Karnataka Diploma Result for Nov/Dec 2018 has been declared. The Board of Technical Examinations which functions under Department of Technical Education of Karnataka government has declared the diploma examination results. The results were announced on January 23.

All the candidates who appeared in this examination can now go to the to check their results. The DTE Karnataka Diploma examination was held in November and December. As per official notification, the candidates can start applying for revaluation from January 27 and the last date to submit the application form is February 5. The board has set the fees to be Rs 250 to apply for the revaluation.

5 easy steps to check DTE Karnataka Diploma Result

Step 1: Go to the official website bteresults.net, click on the link ‘Karnataka Diploma Nov/Dec results 2018’
Step 2: Enter your Reg. Number and Semester
Step 3: Click on ‘Get Results’
Step 4: The results will be displayed on the screen
Step 5: Check it and save it for further reference

Also Read | DTE Karnataka Diploma Results 2017 Nov/Dec is available now at bteresults.net

The Board of Technical Examination is responsible to conduct diploma/post diploma /tailoring examination and award diploma/ post diploma/ certificate to the eligible candidates. It was established in 1959 after a number of polytechnics and technical degree college’s increased in the state. The Directorate of Technical Education ensures a planned development of technical education in the state consistent with the policies.

The department said it is committed to provide need based, quality technical education and professional human resources to the industry, business and community. The Department manages 81 government, 44 aided and 170 private polytechnics, 11 govt Engineering Colleges and 6 Junior Technical Schools.

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