The student from Hanumanthapura in Koratager was studying in a private school in Dakshina Kannada district, but was unable to pay the fees due to poor financial condition of the family due to the COVD-19-induced lockout, education department sources said.
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In a recent email to Suresh Kumar, the girl informed that she was barred from entering the school for not paying the dormitory fee. “Due to arrears of last year’s school fees (accommodation and food), my admission has been denied this year. I do not need any discount. It is enough to give us time. My parents will pay it (arrears).”
I scored 96 percent in ninth grade. Please give me a chance to write the 10th class exam, ”the girl wrote to the minister.
As soon as the matter came to Suresh Kumar’s notice, he called the girl on the phone and assured her of necessary help.
On Saturday, the minister met the girl and told her that she still had the opportunity to take part in the supplementary examination.
Suresh Kumar further said that there are many problems facing children like him and there is no need to panic or worry about fees as a way out, a source in the minister’s office told PTI.
The Karnataka government has decided to conduct SSLC exams on July 19 and 22.
Unlike the conventional test, this time the test will be taken using OMR sheet.
The three-hour exam on July 19 will cover math, science and social sciences.
The exam will be held on July 22 in languages like English, Kannada, Sanskrit and other subjects.
While the government gave general promotions to one to nine students and PUC-1 and PUC-2 students, the students decided to take the SSLC exam saying it was very important to choose their stream.