Karnataka SSLC 2020 exam begins from March 27

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government has made the availability of migration certificates online for the benefit of students with immediate effect. As many as 1.1 crore students who had appeared for SSLC exam between 2003 and 2019 would be able to digitally download migration certificates.

Migration certificates of 1.1 crore candidates who took the examination between 2003 and 2019 have been made available in DigiLocker, said Karnataka primary and secondary education minister S Suresh Kumar. The objective of the online initiative is to provide easy access to students to get migration certificates anywhere anytime. SSLC students can now apply and receive migration certificates, the minister told reporters.

exams from March 27

The minister said SSLC students can now seek verification of marks cards online within 30-days of paying fees. He said the SSLC exams will begin from March 27 to April 9, 2020 in the state. As many as 8,48,192 students will take the exam at 2,879 centres across the state. They include 7,64,180 fresher and 54,432 repeaters from 14,735 schools.

As many as 79,670 teachers have registered for evaluation, the highest being for maths (15,769). Around 65,000 teachers are required for the exercise, which will be held in 228 centres from April 19.

Officials said 1,01,208 corrections were made after the draft hall tickets were issued on January 1. The corrections included signatures, names, photos and gender. The final corrected hall tickets will be sent in the second week of February. Headmasters have been told to upload the internal marks of SSLC students by the third week of February.

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