Karnataka SSLC boards exams for 2015 academic session begins today. The exams shall be conducted until April 10, 2015.
The exam shall be conducted from 9.45 am to 11.30 am as per the exam schedule.
The exams begin with the 1st language papers such as Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, Marati, Tamil, Urdu, English, Sanskrit.
To avoid misconduct during the exams, the KSEEB has come up with strict rules with respect to vigilation and mobile phones in the exam centres.
This year about 8,49,599 students are to take up SSLC examinations in Karnataka.
The exams are to be conducted in 3,003 centres across the state. Out which 159 are categorised to be sensitive centres and about 59 are said to be highly sensitive centres.
To avoid any sort of malpractice during the examinations, strict rules have been imposed says, KSEEB Director, K. Venkateshaiah.
Along with this, every district and taluk across the state have sitting squad who are appointed by the KSEEB, they will not repeat duty in the same centre during the exam schedule.
To avoid paper leak out, night vigilance has been appointed and special attention is paid to the Xerox shops around the examination centres.
Along with the inspection squad, the Karnataka State Police Department has also an active part to avoid malpractice of any sorts during the examinations.