Karnataka SSLC exams to commence from June 14, classes for 9,10, PUC students from February 1
The department has likewise said offline or online classes will continue according to the choice of trainees and parents, and the presence was not mandatory.
Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar in addition to Health Minister K Sudhakar and COVID-19 Technical Advisory Committee members performed the conference. “The choice was taken in assessment with the state Technical Advisory Committee for COVID-19, keeping in mind the health and educational future of the trainees, based upon the experience we have gotten up until now,” Suersh Kumar stated
It was chosen to begin complete day classes for class 9, 10, initially and 2nd year PUC (class 11 and 12) trainees from February 1,” Suresh Kumar added. He stated that the Vidyagama programme, which enables ongoing education for trainees from classes 6 to eight, will continue as it is.
The state federal government also decided to begin the full-day classes for trainees of class 9, 10, and first and 2nd year Pre-University across the state beginning from February 1.
Education Minister S Suresh Kumar announced the dates of SSLC exams to be held from June 14 t 25. Express Photo
Suresh Kumar stated that on a typical 75 percent presence had actually been reported in second PUC classes, while it was 70 percent in class 10, under Vidyagama classes it recorded 45 percent participation.
According to the health department and education department, classes were being held based on the standing operating treatment which has been prescribed by the technical advisory committee. Up until now there have actually been no reports of large scale infection amongst trainees and instructors.
The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exams in Karnataka will be held from June 14, Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said on Thursday. The exam will be carried out till June 25. The state government also decided to start the full-day classes for students of class 9, 10, and first and second year Pre-University across the state beginning with February 1.
” We held a conversation with the Health Minister and COVID-19 Technical Advisory Committee members at the meeting. It was chosen to start complete day classes for class 9, 10, initially and second year PUC (class 11 and 12) students from February 1,” Suresh Kumar added. He stated that the Vidyagama program, which makes it possible for continued education for students from classes 6 to eight, will continue as it is.
The schools and PUC colleges throughout the state were shut due to COVID-19 pandemic considering that early in 2015. Earlier beginning from January 1 the education department had actually reopened the class 10 and second-year PUC (class 12) students, along with Vidyagama programme for students from requirements 6 to 9 with the schools operating for half day.