SSLC exams: Copy of Ultimatum form by parents to Edu Min goes viral on social media

Team Udayavani, Jun 24, 2020, 3:46 PM IST

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Bengaluru: Amid the rising cases of coronavirus in Karnataka , the state government is all set to go ahead with the SSLC examination from tomorrow (June 25) onwards.

Several elected representatives, including former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy, parents of SSLC students and medical experts have expressed concern over the safety of the children while demanding that the exams either be postponed or cancelled.

Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar has however reassured that all the safety measures have been taken for safe conduct of the examinations.

Parents of SSLC students have formed a group and drafted a declaration form urging the Education Minister to sign it. The copy of the form is being widely circulation on various social media platforms.

“Ultimatum by parents of SSLC students to S Suresh Kumar: The sharply rising cases, unceasing deaths claimed by Covid-19 and the unending potential risk that it carries has fallen deaf on the government’s ears. However, if the government wishes to go ahead with SSLC exams, we demand the minister to give his assent to the form below.

I Suresh Kumar, the minister for primary and secondary education in the government of Karnataka hereby take full responsibility for the safe conduction of SSLC exams which are slated to begin on June 25th.

Failing my responsibility, if any student/parent/guardian/teacher/staff/official/policeman contracts the virus due to the procedures involved in conducting SSLC exams: I will tender immediate resignation, pay the entire amount for their treatment and provide quarantine facilities and I will publicly apologise. In case of death due to the virus, I will pay remuneration of Rs 5 lakh to the family of the deceased. I will stop the remaining exams. I am ready to face legal action,” reads the form.

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