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Karnataka SSLC Time Table/Date Sheet 2022

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KSEEB: Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board governs the syllabus for class 10 in Karnataka. The Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education board issued the SSLC exam timetable 2022 on January 5, 2022 on their official website. The Secondary School Leaving Certification (SSLC) examination was held on March 28 and ended on April 11, 2022. The results for the same will be published in the second week of May. 

SSLC 2022 date sheet

SSLC exam date 2022 Karnataka

Subjects

March 28, 2022

First Language: Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Tamil, English, Sanskrit

March 30, 2022

Second Language: English, Kannada

April 1, 2022

Core Subject: Elements of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering-2, Engineering Graphics-2, Elements of Electronics Engineering, Elements of Computer Science

April 4, 2022

Core Subject: Mathematics, Sociology

April 6, 2022

Social Science

April 8, 2022

Third Language: Hindi, Kannada, English, Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Sanskrit, Konkani, Tulu

NSQF Exam Subjects: Information Technology, Retail, Automobile, Health Care, Beauty & Wellness

April 11, 2022

Core Subject: Political Science, Carnatic Music/ Hindustani Music

FAQ 

Ques.-1 When is the Karnataka SSLC 2022 exam scheduled?
Ans.- Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education has announced that the Secondary School Leaving Certification (SSLC) examination will be held on March 28 2022. The exam will end on 28 April 2022. The results for the SSLC 2022 are expected to be released soon. 

Ques.-2 What are the minimum marks required to pass the SSLC examination?
Ans.- A minimum of 30 marks in each subject and an aggregate of 35% of the total marks is required for a student to pass the examination. You can refer to study materials and other resources offered on the Aakash BYJU’S website to help you prepare well for the Karnataka SSLC and 2nd PUC examinations. 

Ques.-3 When are the results for the Karnataka SSLC examination being declared?
Ans.- The Karnataka state board will release the results for the class 10 SSLC final examination results in the second week of May. The SSLC examination was held from 28 March 2022 to 11 April 2022 in many exam centres in Karnataka. The exam results will be released on the official website of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board. 

Ques.-4 Is Karnataka Class 10 exam difficult?
Ans.- No. The Karnataka state board class 10 exam is very easy to crack. If you refer to the right resources and study materials, it will help you prepare well for the exam.  

Ques.-5 What should students who have a shortage of attendance do to appear for subsequent examinations? 
Ans.- Students who have a shortage of attendance will not be permitted to write exams for the concerned academic year. However, if they wish to write the exam, they should enroll themselves again in the concerned class in the following year and maintain a 75% of attendance. 

Ques.-6 Are electronic devices allowed inside the exam hall?
Ans.- No. Electronic devices such as mobile phones, smart watch and calculators are not allowed inside the exam hall. You are only allowed to carry your admit card and writing materials.

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