SSLC exam to begin on Apr 1

The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB), which conducts the SSLC examination, has identified 478 examination centres as sensitive.

Adequate security measures have been taken to ensure smooth conduct of the examination. Several teams headed by the district collectors have been constituted to monitor the examination centres.

The scheduled instructions to the districts head for the supervision and monitoring of examination centres has been already issued by the KSEEB.

Of the total candidates appearing for SSLC examination, 4.47 lakh are boys and 3.88 lakh are girls. As many as 245 are visually impaired, 480 hearing and speech impaired and 1,634 differently abled and 261 dyslexic students will appear for the examination.

The government had also recently announced a 15-minute breather for SSLC students to review the question paper. Dyslexic students will be provided extra time and can also make use of a scribe during the examination.

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