Bengaluru: For the academic year 2021-22, the PU Education Board has instructed educational institutions to begin classes for PU students from August 16th.
As the SSLC students (excluding private students) passed the examination, need for PU classes will be extremely strong. Sources state that the Principals of respective PU colleges should complete all the admission procedure.
From September 1 to 11, a late fee of Rs. 670 must be paid, and from September 13 to 25, a penalty price of Rs. 2,890 must be paid to be enrolled to PU classes.
For the school year 2021-22, online classes are already being offered to students in the second PU.
Meanwhile, there is no way to have this year’s SSLC answer sheets re-evaluated. Re-evaluation requests will not be considered because the OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) answer sheets were evaluated digitally. Some SSLC pupils protested to the fact that the answer sheets from this year’s exams were not revalued.
Few SSLC students objected to the fact that the answer sheets from this year’s exams were not revalued. “This year the evaluation was held digitally. As a result, there is no risk of making a mistake. The issue of revaluation is not raised. Earlier, a circular was sent in this regard was sent,”said S.R. Umashankar, Chief Secretary of the Education Department, clarifying the situation.