We won't write Board Exams SSLC 2021

We won't write Board Exams SSLC 2021

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Anonymous A started this petition to Karnataka High Court

State government has cancelled the PUC Examination and passed all the students based on the marks obtained in the 10th standard, 1st PUC and as such nothing prevented the state government to adopt the same measures and find solution for passing SSLC students, either on the basis of preparatory examination or on the basis of the marks obtained in the 9th standard.

Children and parents and a number of families have gone through emotional and suffering psychologically because of death due to covid-19 in their families and due to loss of relatives.

Moreover, 10th standard exams have been cancelled in most of the states in India. The CBSE, ICSE and most state boards have cancelled the 1-0th and 12th standard exams. Only two or three states in India which includes Karnataka are taking the dare steps to conduct the examination.

Central Government is taking steps to vaccinate children between the age group of 1 to 18 years but it is yet to be started and at this juncture when covid-19 delta plus variant has already entered Karnataka, the exams will be risking the life of children of SSLC students.

"Many parents are single parents or have a single child and if anything happens to that child can the state government get the life of the child back. Keeping this in view, cancelling the examination is absolutely required."

The petition prays for cancellation of SSLC exams and alternatively it prays for directions to the respondents to take appropriate remedial measures to pass all the SSLC students, irrespective of repeaters based on the marks obtained in 8th, 9th, preparatory examination which is conducted for 10th standard. Or adopt the method for passing 10th standard students which has been decided by other states.

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