Just as the mains, the examination will be divided between core subjects and languages, of 40 marks each. Exams will be held between 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.
The award is sponsored by Science and Technology Ministry of Union Government.
In case a student’s result has not been published, or delayed, schools need to inform the SSLC board’s inspector in a letter with the reasons, within 10 days of the declaration of results.
An alumna of Mayanamada Mandanna High School in T Shettegeri, Padikal Kusuma Chandrashekar had to quit after Class 9 when she was married off as a child
They studied for a whole year and did not miss a single aspect in their textbooks as they were unsure of the exam’s new format — MCQs.
Girls recorded a 99.99 pass percentage, while boys saw 100 per cent, revealed the SSLC results that were announced on Sunday.
The result is expected to be announced on the official KSEEB website sslc.karnataka.gov.in.
Attendance of students this year was higher than that of previous year, says Education Minister
The percentage of the results of SSLC was 99.47 for this year. However, the Plus two results are yet to be announced.
In comparison to last year, more students turned up for the SSLC examination this year, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Suresh Kumar said on Monday.
As many as 15 students who were infected with COVID-19 wrote the exam in separate rooms at the COVID care centres after being taken in an ambulance by the health staff.
A government school in Nanajanagoodu put up a banner welcoming students to 'Pariksha Habba' (examination festival) and decorated the premises. Exam staffers were seen welcoming students with roses.
A total of 32,805 and 38,101 students from Bagalkot and Vijayapura respectively registered for board exams.
The exams will be held for three hours from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm at 73,064 halls in 4,885 centres.
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The fear of contracting the virus coupled with the lack of proper transport is making students and parents worried about appearing for exams.