Mysore: Karnataka Education Minister S. Suresh Kumar said on Monday that the state board’s 10th (Secondary School Leaving Certificate-SSLC) examinations will be held on July 19 and 22 as per the schedule. Speaking on the sidelines of the Kabini Water Consultation meeting here, Kumar said that the state government has already issued a COVID safety protocol to conduct these examinations safely.
Strictness of the COVID safety protocols.
He said that all the SOPs will be strictly implemented at all the examination centres. The minister said, if any student is found with symptoms of Kovid, then such students will be allowed to write the exam in a separate room. If any Covid-infected student wishes to take the examination, he/she will be allowed to appear for the examination if the Covid Care Center is nearby. Therefore, we are adopting all possible safety procedures to conduct these important examinations.
CBSE written examination in August
Let us know that Corona Due to virus infection Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Cancelled the 10th and 12th class examinations. After which many students of class 10th and 12th were not satisfied with the evaluation formula of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). At the same time, CBSE will give these students the option to take the written examination in August.
At present, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 12 result tabulation portal closed on Monday. CBSE had asked schools to submit past exam marks of students, which will be used for calculation of results in various phases.
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