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SSLC EXAMS: Conducted in Karnataka

The examination was supposed to take place on 27 March and was put on hold due to coronavirus lockdown. This year, about 24,243 students are going to appear for Karnataka SSLC 2020 board exams in 84 centers. Out of these many students, 11,956 are girls and 12,287 are boys.

Students can check their time table 2020. The education, Health & home department have ensured health, hassle-free exams in the state. Proper sanitization would be carried out & gloves-masks will be provided to students.

SSLC revised time table 2020

Subject name Exam date

  1. Second Language English, Kannada 25 June 2020 (10.30 am – 1.30 pm)
  2. Elements of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering 26 June 2020 (10.30 am to 1.45 pm)
  3. Engineering Graphics 26 June 2020 (2 pm to 5.15 pm)
  4. Elements of Electronics Engineering 26 June 2020 (10.30 am to 1.45 pm)
  5. Elements of Computer Science, Economics 26 June 2020 (10.30 am to 1.45 am)
  6. Mathematics, Sociology 27 June 2020 (10.30 am to 1.45 am)
  7. Science & Politics 29 June 2020 (10.30 am to 1.45 pm)
  8. Carnatic Hindustani Music 29 June 2020 (2 pm to 5.15 pm)
  9. Social Science 01 July 2020 ( 10.30 am to 1.45 pm)
  10. First Language Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, English, Sanskrit 02 July 2020 (10.30 am – 1.45 pm)
  11. Third Language Hindi, Kannada, English, Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Sanskrit, Konkani, Tulu 03 July 2020 (10.30 am to 1.30 pm)
  12. Practical and Oral Examination for JTS (JTS) Candidates 04 July 2020

Meeting for exams

Primary and Secondary Education Minister and the health department held meetings to ensure the safe conduct of exams this year. Home Minister of the state Basavraj Bommai said that “ home health and education departments are working together to ensure hassle-free SSLC board exams in the state.” The officials are advised to visit the students who are appearing for SSLC board exams, to check their safety. He also said to the above-mentioned departments with respect to safeguarding students, “Though the conduct of the exam is the jurisdiction of the education department, the home department is playing a key role in ensuring a safe atmosphere to students.”

“The department’s role becomes crucial, especially as the High Court has dismissed a PIL against conducting the exam and directed the government to monitor the precautions taken,” he added.

Students from containment zones

Karnataka Education Minister S.Suresh said, “The students who reside in the containment zones do not need to appear for the SSLC board exam”. The media reports say, they will be instead treated as fresh candidates and will be allowed to attend the exams later. Fresh sets of hall tickets and marks cards will be issued for such candidates. The board examination will be conducted for these students along with supplementary exams.

About exam

8.5 lakh students registered for the board exams included regulars, freshers, repeaters, and private students who appeared directly and not through schools, especially in towns and villages across the state.
The official notice on the admit card was made available on the official site of KSEEB at kseeb.kar.nic.in.

For the 1st exam, 12,548 students were migrants, 1448 students stayed in the hostels appeared for exams. The education department was more prepared, students were asked to report as early as 8 am for the 10.30 am paper at many centers.

Health Ministry has deployed a minimum of two Asha workers at each exam center this time. All measures have been taken to disinfect exam centers. The health minister informed that students from containment areas would be provided with N-95 masks.

Social distancing

Social distancing1 was taken very strictly. A 200m area around the centers was cordoned off. Parents were asked to stay out & maintain distance. Students were given masks & hand sanitizer & were made to undergo temperature check-ups. They were quickly guided to their rooms & biscuits & drinking water was made available on their respective seats. Every classroom, 20 students will be writing their papers. They have also arranged two separate classrooms for those from containment zones and those who are unwell. In other schools, the designated centers were checked & sanitized before the exam.

Students marched out in neat lines with gaps at 1.30 pm. But the crowd began to swell as parents returned to pick up their kids. When parents and students lingered around, officials asked them to move away.

Other states

States Telangana, Tamil Nadu & Puducherry have canceled 10th exams & decided to promote students on the basis of internal assessment.

Results declaration

In the meanwhile, the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) or the Karnataka SSLC Board has not notified any exact date for the result declaration. This has put students in a precarious position, wherein they do not have any authentic source of information as far as Karnataka SSLC board Results in 2020 are concerned.

All the best students. Wish you all the best & you will clear out the exams with flying colors.

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