Karnataka SSLC examination 2021 postponed: Minister
Karnataka SSLC Examination: Amid the continued COVID-19 pandemic, the Karnataka Authorities has determined to postpone SSLC or Class 10 remaining exams. The state will monitor the COVID-19 state of affairs and announce new dates later, Karnataka Main and Secondary Training Minister S Suresh Kumar mentioned. Earlier, the exams had been scheduled to start on June 21.
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The growing coronavirus circumstances within the state coupled with the issues of fogeys, college students and plenty of college associations has resulted on this choice, the Minister’s workplace mentioned in an announcement quoting him.
The Minister additionally mentioned that the revised dates shall be introduced a lot forward of schedule, as he appealed to the scholars to not get disheartened and proceed with their preparations for the exams.
SSLC Examination slated to start from June 21 has been postponed in view of the surge in #COVID19 circumstances. Revised schedule shall be determined after the second wave dies: Karnataka Main & Secondary Training Minister S Suresh Kumar (File picture) pic.twitter.com/UUi76qGwbi
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Earlier, the federal government had postponed the second Pre College Examination (PUC) or Class 12 remaining exams and promoted first-year college students. The Karnataka Widespread Entrance Check (KCET) 2021, which is held for Engineering admission, was additionally postponed on Wednesday.
Karnataka colleges are at present observing summer season trip, which can proceed until June 14. The brand new tutorial yr would start on June 15.
Nevertheless, highschool lecturers had been instructed to conduct revision courses for SSLC college students. Summer time trip for highschool lecturers is until Might 31.
Amid the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, many state boards and the 2 central schooling boards – CBSE and CISCE – had earlier cancelled board exams for Class 10 college students and postponed it for Class 12 college students.
CBSE has additionally introduced an alternate scheme for the analysis of Class 10 college students.