SSLC examination begins today

SSLC examination begins today

26,733 students will take the exam at 85 centres in Kolar district

Govindappa, vice principal of the Government Boys College, Kolar, Ashwathnarayana Gowda, chief invigilator and H Narayanswamy, assistant teacher, writing roll numbers on desks in a classrooms on Thursday, ahead of the SSLC exams on Friday. dh photoThe examinations will be conducted in 11 centres in Malur and Mulbagal, 12 centres in Bangarpet and Srinivasapur taluk, 15 centres in KGF and 24 centres, the highest in Kolar.
The highest number of students are appearing in Kolar (6,994) and in Srinivasapur the lowest (3,557). Apart from this in Bangarpet 4,129, in KGF 3,983 and in Mulbagal 4,339 students are facing the exams.

Fresh candidates

Among the fresh candidates 11,396 are boys and 11,482 are girls totalling 22,878. Among the students reappearing 1,848 are boys and 849 are girls. The students who are appearing fresh in private are 370 boys and 39 girls. A total of 14,228 boys and 12,505 girls are appearing for the exams.’

A ban order has been promulgated from April 1 to 13 from 6 am to 2 pm all over the district within a radius of 200 metres around the centres where the SSLC examinations are held.

untoward incidents

This is done to control the of law and order problem. More than five persons cannot gather and carry out any illegal activities and cannot give rise to any untoward incidents, said the deputy commissioner in his order.

In order to get a good result for the district, year round special preparations have been made and coaching classes conducted. Headmasters meetings have been held at the district and taluk level. There is every hope of getting good results.

The district will have a standing within 30, said district nodal officer A N Nagendra Prasad on Thursday to this newspaper.

Being the nodal officer for Kolar taluk, he has also expressed the confidence that the taluk will top the district in the result.

Earlier, the taluk would always get third or fourth place.

The students should appear for the examinations with a lot of confidence.
In order to get excellent results and because of the effort of the education department, the students should write well and bring laurels to the district, he said.

Students note

* Prepare well after noting down the details in the hall ticket like examination centre, address, subject detail and the date of the examination
* Read the instructions at the back of the hall ticket carefully and follow them
* Reach the examination centre half an hour before the examinations commence and make sure of the rooms allotted
* If there is any confusion about the examination room, do not panic. Instead contact the chief superintendent of the centre
* Do not carry mobile phones or calculators
* The first15 minutes have been earmarked to read all the instructions in the question paper. Please use that time only to read it
* 3 hours 15 minutes has been earmarked for first language, mathematics, science and social science
* The examination will begin at 10 am and end at 1.15 pm.
* For second and third language examinations 2 hours 45 minute has been earmarked. The examination will begin at 10.30 and end at 1.15 pm.
* Please make full use of the time earmarked for the examination.