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.
The bright student who won many accolades including prizes in quiz and sports competitions secured 96 per cent marks in the class IX exams and wants to become a doctor to save the lives of people
Kerala girls from remote tribal hamlets excel in SSLC exams despite lack of infra for online classes
Both Anu and Syama were studying at the Model Residential School in Chalakudy but had to return to their houses as schools were closed owing to Covid pandemic spread.
Of the 4,21,887 students who appeared for the SSLC exams, 4,19,651 have become eligible for higher studies, said General Education Minister V Sivankutty, while announcing the results
A division bench of Justice BV Nagarathna and Justice Hanchate Sanjeev Kumar dismissed the PIL filed by SV Singregowda, Managing Trustee of Gnana Mandira Education Trust in the city
Paper in MCQ format; fund to be used to procure N95 masks
The department of primary and secondary education has started preparations for Class 10 SSLC Board examinations, scheduled to be held in the third week of July.
The government’s decision of cancelling exams for PUC II students should also apply for SSLC students as they are younger and it should immediately withdraw such an irrational decision, he said.
The exam, which will take place in the third week of July, will have one multi-choice question paper for mathematics, science and social science and one more question paper for languages.
The Education Minister said that the revised dates will be announced much ahead of schedule, as he appealed to the students not to get disheartened and continue with their preparations for the exams.
A continuous and comprehensive evaluation programme will be the deciding factor for promotion of children of Classes 1-9, said Minister for Primary & Secondary Education Sureshkumar
The government’s move came in the wake of an influential Left-affiliated teachers’ union exerting pressure for postponement of the exam