The Second PUC exams have been scheduled to start on March 27 and finish on April 9, however on account of COVID-19 concern, the state authorities and the schooling division is but to resolve the ultimate schedule of the II PUC and SSLC exams.
The Karnataka authorities is but to resolve both to conduct the SSLC examination as per the schedule or to postpone them. The SSLC examinations that have been scheduled to start from March 27, earlier regardless of the partial lockdown introduced by the State Government in view of the Coronavirus scare, Main and Secondary Schooling Minister S. Suresh Kumar asserted that there could be no postponement of II PUC and SSLC exams.
The Second PUC exams have been scheduled to start on March 27 and finish on April 9, however on account of Covid-19 concern the state authorities and the schooling division is but to resolve the ultimate schedule of the II PUC and SSLC exams.
Decision yet to be taken
In a press convention, on Saturday, the Minister mentioned, SSLC examinations are scheduled to start from March 27 however on account of Covid-19 concern, it will likely be mentioned on Monday with the well being division authorities if it needs to be held as per schedule or be postponed.
“I’ll talk about with Well being Minister B Sriramulu and Medical Schooling Minister Dr Okay Sudhakar and resolve both to conduct the examination as per the schedule or to postpone them,”Suresh Kumar mentioned.
“If it determined to conduct examinations as per the schedule, we are going to take all the required measures to make sure the protection of the scholars in addition to the workers on examination obligation,”
Over eight lakh college students had registered to write down the examination. Initially, the Division of Main and Secondary Schooling had determined to take precautionary measures, together with permitting kids to write down the examination with masks, hold sanitisers in lecture rooms and alter the seat preparations to make sure that there was adequate distance between the scholars.