SSLC supplementary exams will be held in an MCQ format, like the main SSLC examination, on September 27 and 29.
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The core subjects’ paper will be held in the morning session (10.30 am to 1.30 pm) on September 27. The subjects include mathematics, science, Social Studies, economics, political science etc. In the afternoon session (2.30 pm to 5 pm), core subjects’ paper for Junior technical School will be held which includes a paper on mechanical and electrical engineering, engineering graphics, among others.The languages paper will be held between 10.30 am and 1.30 pm on September 29.
In a circular, the SSLC board said that considering the safety of the students, the examination was simplified. Candidates who will be eligible to take the supplementary examination include those students who registered for the main examination but were absent due to Covid-19 illness or other reasons and unregistered students from eligible schools.
Repeater students, even private registered candidates, who failed the 2019 SSLC exams, private registered students who were absent for 2021 exams due to Covid-19 illness, and even repeater students who failed SSLC exams even before 2011 are eligible to appear for the supplementary exams.
Schools have been directed to upload all the details of the candidates on the board website between August 19 and 30.
KSEEB SSLC practical and oral examinations for Junior Technical School (75, 76 & 77 subjects) candidates will be conducted on September 20, 2021, at the respective schools.
Hindustani Music/ Carnatic Music Practical exam will be conducted on September 29, 2021, from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM in the respective examination centres.
Differently abled candidates – deaf & dumb, learning disability, blind and mentally challenged will get 15 minutes extra time to solve the paper.
Download KSEEB SSLC Supplementary Timetable 2021
Alternate subjects codes for differently-abled candidates are as below
|Sociology||Economics||Political Science||Karnataka/Hindustani Music|