Karnataka Class 10 Exam 2021 Karnataka High Court Upholds State Government Decision To Conduct SSLC Examination

Karnataka Class 10 Exam 2021 Karnataka High Court

Karnataka SSLC Exams 2021: The Karnataka High Court dismissed the PIL filed regarding the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC Exam 2021) exam. This petition was filed to cancel the notification of SSLC Exam 2021. The state government had recently decided that Karnataka SSLC Exam 2021 will be conducted for the academic session 2020-21. The exams will be held on July 19 and July 22.

While passing the order, the High Court said that the state government had earlier decided to postpone the SSLC (10th) examination. The government had never repealed it. This examination is being conducted on the suggestion of the Expert Committee. This exam will be in Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) format, which will make it easier for the students to take the exam. The High Court also made it clear that no student will be compelled by the state or parents to appear in the examination. It will be the decision of the student and his parents.

In the petition filed in the High Court, it was said that keeping in mind the mental and physical health of the students during the Kovid-19 epidemic, this examination should be canceled. It was argued that classes could not be conducted in online mode throughout the year and students faced many difficulties in understanding many subjects. However, after the hearing, the court dismissed the petition after seeing the preparations of the state government.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the state government had recently decided to postpone this exam. Now that there is a decrease in the cases of corona in the state, the government has decided to conduct this examination. The government has issued the notification regarding the examination. The rules of Corona will be strictly followed during the examination.

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