Karnataka SSLC Exam 2020 Admit Cards Released: As per the latest update, KSEEB has formally released the hall tickets for the upcoming Karnataka SSLC Exam 2020. According to reports, the SSLC Exam 2020 revised admit cards have been released only for those students who had opted for change in exam centre earlier in May 2020. The state government and KSEEB had enabled the option for change in Karnataka 10th Exam 2020 centres on inter-district basis, for students who might have moved to their home towns during the lockdown. Such students who are to appear for the pending Karnataka 10th Class Exam 2020 at a different exam centre can now obtain their revised hall tickets from their respective schools.
KSEEB i.e. Karanataka Secondary Education Examination Board – has released the exam admit cards only for students who have changed their examination centre. However, instead of making the admit cards available directly to the students, the state board has only released them online for School Principals and Administrators. Schools are required to download the admit cards from the official exam portal i.e. kseeb.kar.nic.in and take a physical printout of the same and hand it over to the students after putting stamp of school on them.
As per the data shared by the Karnataka State Board, a total of 8.48 lakh students are to appear for the SSLC Exam 2020 to be held by KSEEB. Karnataka Board would conduct the Class 10 examination from 25th June 2020 to 4th July 2020. After cancellation of 10th Class Board Exams by Telangana and Tamil Nadu, there were speculations that Karnataka Government also might decide to cancel the exams. However, yesterday School Education Minister S Suresh Kumar refuted all such rumours and confirmed that the SSLC Exams 2020 will be conducted as per the schedule announced earlier.
Addressing the concerns of students and parents, Education Minister assured them that the state government and KSEEB is taking all the necessary precautions for holding of the exams. Karnataka SSLC Exams 2020 will be held by the state government with strict implementation of precautionary guidelines. As part of this, the state government has assigned 43,720 rooms in 2,879 buildings across the state as examination centres. Moreover, the seating arrangement for exams has also been changed to only accommodate 20 students in each classroom during the exam.
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