Karnataka SSLC Exam 2021: Karnataka SSLC Examinations are scheduled to be conducted from July 19, 2021, onwards. The board has decided to conduct the SSLC examinations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic situation with guidelines and SOPs to ensure the safety of the students appearing for the examinations. The examinations will be conducted until July 22, 2021.
Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar stated that the district officials and chief executive officers of the Gram Panchayats are conducting a review at each step that is required to conduct the examinations.
The education minister further added that steps have been taken to help the students fill their OMR sheets and the room supervisors have been instructed to guide the students to follow the SOPs to avoid any last minute confusion. Two days before the Karnataka SSLC examinations the exam conducting authority will conduct mock tests for the students at the test centres.
Steps taken for conducting Karnataka SSLC Exams
The Karnataka SSLC Examination will be conducted in a secure environment. Supervisors have been instructed to guide the students to fill the OMR sheets.
The Board has also decided to conduct the mock tests for the students two days prior to the examinations to train the staff members. The Karnataka state government has also arranged transportation facilities for the students to reach their exam centres.
Safety of students assured
Parents and others have also been asked to stay assured as the Karnataka SSLC Exams 2021 will be conducted in a more secure environment than the last time. The education minister has conducted review meetings with the director of Primary and Secondary Education and also instructed the officials that none of the children appearing for the exams should face any issues.
Teachers have explained to the students and parents the steps taken by the government to conduct the Karnataka SSLC examinations. Karnataka is among the few states which have decided to conduct the board examinations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic while a majority of the states have decided on promoting the students without exams.