Crash Course For Karnataka SSLC Students before exams

Karnatakas Primary and Secondary Education Minister S. Suresh Kumar said on Sunday that state class 10 students would be given a crash course a week before the annual SSLC or Class 10 test, The Hindu published. Last week, Mr Kumar said, in the wake of the lockdown aimed at controlling the spread ofCOVID-19 the school education department agreed to encourage class 7 and 8 students without any exams. About board exams — Class 10 or SSLC and Class 12 (second PUC or Pre-University Certificate exam) — the decision will be taken after April 14, the minister said last Thursday, once the lockdown is over. Class 9 students will be promoted during their class assessments on the basis of formative and summative evaluation, the minister said.

Theres going to be so much of a difference between the classes being taken and the exam now. So weve agreed to have a content analysis for a week or so. It will help students study the topics and be better prepared for the test, The Hindu quoted as the minister said. The Karnataka SSLC exam was scheduled for March 27-April 9, and more than eight lakh students had registered for the test. The SSLC exams were postponed by Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) as a preventive measure for coronavirus outbreak. A notice issued by the board said the examinations scheduled for March 27 to April 9 were postponed and the board would notify the re-scheduled examination dates later.

In view of the prevailing COVID-19 and lockdown, Karnataka has also postponed the Specific Entrance Exam for Vocation Courses, scheduled for April 22 and April 23. As of COVID-19, the pre-university examination has not yet been completed and the prevalent condition is still not natural. Consequently the CET test was postponed. In the third week of April, the dates will be declared, said deputy chief minister Dr. C N Ashwath Narayan last week.
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