Bengaluru: The Karnataka government has announced that the SSLC examination would be conducted in the third week of July.
S Suresh Kumar, minister for primary and secondary education said that the exam will have one multi-choice question paper for mathematics, science and social science and one more question paper for languages.
“The multi-choice question paper for 40 marks will be easy and straight and there will not be any indirect questions,” the minister added.
There will be supplementary examinations for those students affected by COVID-19.
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Only 12-14 students will be allowed in one classroom and vaccinated teachers would be invigilators.