Unique Delhi: Bearing in mind the ongoing pandemic, the Karnataka authorities on Friday (June 4) scrapped the 2nd year pre-university exams (PUC exams), and determined to behavior SSLC or Class 10 examinations in July.
“We are now not holding the PUC exams this year. The grading shall be based mostly completely completely on their efficiency at the district level evaluate in the predominant pre-university examination,” Karnataka Indispensable and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar stated at a press conference.
It has been determined to promote the 2nd pre-university faculty students to the following level, he added.
“No pupil will fail in class 10th and 12th. Evaluation shall be in step with grades,” the Education Minister became as soon as quoted as pronouncing by ANI. College students who are now not ecstatic with the grading intention shall be allowed to exercise the examination.
SSLC exams shall be held in the third week of July. The exams can dangle one multi-various demand paper for arithmetic, science and social science and one extra demand paper for languages, Kumar stated.
“The multi-various demand paper for 40 marks shall be straight forward and straight and there would possibly maybe well well now not be any oblique questions,” Kumar added. For the students plagued by COVID-19 infection, supplementary examinations shall be conducted.
After CBSE, CISCE determined to name off Class 12 board exams, loads of states including Haryana, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Goa, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat adopted suit. A bunch of states like West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Himachal Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh are yet to exercise a dedication on the topic. While Assam authorities is seemingly to behavior Class 10 and Class 12 board exams in the yell when prerequisites are conducive.
(With inputs from businesses)