Despite considerations over growing COVID-19 cases, Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar on Tuesday confirmed that SSLC exams will be held within the state, as scheduled earlier than. The examinations are slated to be held from June 21 to July 5.
Karnataka is likely one of the few states which goes forward with the state board examinations for Class 10 college students regardless of rising COVID-19 cases.
The minister additionally mentioned that for Classes 1 to 9, a steady and complete analysis process will be the deciding issue for the promotion of kids to the following class and college students can’t be requested to bodily seem for a similar.
He mentioned in a press release that schools should full the end result course of by April 30, 2021.
The summer season holidays for Class 1–7 will start from 1 May until 14 June and the following tutorial 12 months will start from 15 June, whereas the summer season holidays for highschool college students of courses 8 and 9 will begin from May until July 15.
The summer season holidays for highschool academics will start from 15 June until 14 July and the round is topic to revision.
According to the minister, the tutorial 12 months 2021-22 for prime schools will begin on July 15.
The instructions got here within the wake of assorted states giving basic promotion to the scholars as the tutorial actions had been paralysed within the state because of COVID-induced lockdown all through the tutorial 12 months.
So far, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) and several other state training boards have given their nod to cancel Class 10 board exams.
Karnataka reported 15,785 new COVID-19 cases and a file 146 fatalities over 24 hours, taking the entire variety of infections to 11,76,850 and the demise toll to 13,497, the Health Department mentioned on Monday.