6.7676 lakh students took part in the examination.
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In this epidemic, the Department of Primary and Secondary Education is conducting SSLC examinations for the second year in a row. For the first time, exams have been reduced from six days to two days due to the Covid-19 situation, with students writing one paper each day for three subjects.
On Monday, students will write exams for the main subjects Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences, and on July 22 there will be exams for Kannada, English, Hindi, Sanskrit etc.
Officials of the Karnataka Board of Secondary Education said the department has increased the number of examination centers and on-duty teachers this year, adding that about 1.19 lakh personnel have been deployed in 46 centers across the state, with 3,0644 examination halls.
Special arrangements have been made for 23 students who have tested positive for Covid-19 to write the test at the Covid Care Center in their respective districts.
With the epidemic situation in mind, all necessary arrangements have been made at the test centers, where only 12 students, one on the bench, will be seated in a classroom and those with symptoms will be allowed to take the test in a separate room, officials said. .
The official added that all staff involved in the test duty have received at least one dose of vaccine.
The test will be in the form of multiple choice questions and students will have to mark the correct answers on the optical mark reading (OMR) sheet given to them.
Wishing all the students who took part in the SSLC exams, Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said in a tweet, “I urge my young friends to relax and concentrate on the exams. I assure the parents that the government has made all arrangements for the exams to be held safely.”
Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar also assured parents in a tweet that the examination centers are safe for students and the government has taken all necessary steps to conduct examinations in a safe environment.