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Thursday, May 19 2022

Students must appear for SSLC exam this year: Min BC Patil

Kalaburagi: Primary and Secondary Education Minister B. C. Nagesh has informed that students must appear for SSLC exams and answer questions this year as there will be no “Corona Pass”, a reference to students who were passed without tests last year because to the spreading Covid pandemic.

He said that the situation was different last year, when students and schools had serious Covid-related issues throughout 2020-21 academic year.

Nearly all schools in the State have completed 70 per cent of the curriculum, with the remaining 30 per cent reduced to assist students. Covid is expected to drop drastically in the last week of February or the first week of March, according to experts, while SSLC exams will take place in the last week of March to April 11, he added.

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