KSEEB or the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board has now published the revised 2020 Exam schedule for the pending board exams. Karnataka SSLC exams for the pending papers will be conducted from 25 June 2020 to 4 July 2020.
Exact exam dates have been officially released. Students can get the updated dates for the exams from KSEEB Time Table.
Nearly 8, 48,192 students have registered for the exam. Meanwhile, for the KSEEB PUC 2nd year, only one paper for the English language exam was pending. This is expected to be conducted on 18 June 2020, according to S. Suresh Kumar, the Education Minister.
Whenever the exams are held, all safety measures and the security standards will be met. Arrangements have been done to enable the checking of students using thermal scanners, while the use of masks and sanitizers has been made mandatory.
Students are expected to get ample time to prepare for the exams before the dates are released. Meanwhile, also find some information below for the students.
For CCE repeat-exam students
The first language and optional exams are for 3 hours and 15 minutes, while other exams have to be completed within 2 hours and 45 minutes. This time is inclusive of the first 15 minutes that the students gets to read the question paper thoroughly before the exam begins. Meanwhile, the first language paper carries 100 marks, all other subjects all carry a maximum of 80 marks.
NSQF exam candidates will have 2 hours to write their exams in addition to 15 minutes they get to go through the question paper.
For fresh candidates
First language paper will be for 125 marks while the remaining papers each carry 100 marks. They, too, will get 3 hours to write the first language and optional papers and 2 hours and 30 minutes for remaining exams. Additionally, 15 minutes will be allotted at the beginning of the exam, for them to go through the question paper.
Differently-abled children, in the meantime will be given 1 hour extra for every paper.
P.S. All the students are advised to be present at the exam centre premises by 9.30 am even if the exam commences only at 10.30 am, so that they can undergo the thermal scanning and other safety measures undertaken as a precaution against the covid-19 pandemic.