Bengaluru: 'SSLC exam not cancelled, shun fake news' - Education minister


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Mar 26: Because of coronavirus scare, the situation now is such that all activities in the country have almost come to a grinding halt. As a precautionary measure against proliferation of coronavirus cases, we had postponed SSLC examination. It is wrong to say that the examination has been cancelled because of coronavirus," clarified state education minister Suresh Kumar.

Of late, news that SSLC examination has been put off because of coronavirus scare is making the rounds. This information has become viral in social websites. This has given rise to confusion in the minds of students and their parents.


Suresh Kumar

In this background, minister, Suresh Kumar, clarified the current position through a tweet. "An outright false information that SSLC examination has been cancelled is being circulated through some media and social websites. No decision to cancel SSLC examination has been taken. No meeting has so far been held to discuss about the examinations," Kumar stated.

Because of the spread of coronavirus, SSLC and last of the examinations of PU second year had been postponed. Some people, taking advantage of this situation, have been spreading fake information, Kumar said, duly urging the students to continue with their studies as the government has not taken any decision to cancel the examinations.

 

  

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  • Aseen, Karwar

    Fri, Mar 27 2020

    Sir hamara abhi tak class 10th ka exam ek bhi nhi hua hai hamara abhi pora exam hoga ?? Aour hamara pora exam hoga to exam dene me aour pepper check hone me aour result ane me bhoat time lage to hamarai study ka kya hoga

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  • Syed, Bangalore

    Fri, Mar 27 2020

    Can I get the information when exam starts

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  • Smita, Bangalore

    Thu, Mar 26 2020

    Sir when will be exam of class 7.

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  • Deshbhakht, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 26 2020

    It is nice of the Education Minister to have informed the public about current situation as regards to SSLC exams. However, it would be very nice if the Pre-Board exams marks are considered as SSLC exams marks and students eligibility approved to seek PUC admission. As it is, SSLC certificate is of not not much value for any further education, PUC is a minimum requirement.

    Considering present health factor, please help the students who are as it is tensed because of so many free days.

    Also, just one exam of PU-II is pending (English). It would be very nice if you consider promoting those yet to appear for this subject and help them by taking their Pre-Boards English marks as final marks.

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  • Britto Thomas Cadenas, Mangalore/Arizona,US

    Thu, Mar 26 2020

    You gotta be kidding me right ??

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  • Deshbhakht, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 26 2020

    It is nice of the Education Minister to have informed the public about current situation as regards to SSLC exams. However, it would be very nice if the Pre-Board exams marks are considered as SSLC exams marks and students eligibility approved to seek PUC admission. As it is, SSLC certificate is of not not much value for any further education, PUC is a minimum requirement.

    Considering present health factor, please help the students who are as it is tensed because of so many free days.

    Also, just one exam of PU-II is pending (English). It would be very nice if you consider promoting those yet to appear for this subject and help them by taking their Pre-Boards English marks as final marks.

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