SSLC exams: K’taka govt issues safety guidelines for students


Team Udayavani, Jun 24, 2020, 1:53 PM IST

Bengaluru: The Department of Public Instruction has released a safety manual for the SSLC students who will be writing their board examinations from June 25 onwards.

The guidelines released by the government stated, “Every student will have to undergo a health checkup and, therefore, will have to reach the center at least one hour before the examination. The students will also have to sanitize their hands before the health checkup and wear a mask compulsorily.

“While writing the examination, the students should maintain a distance of at least one meter from one another. The students should cover their noses and mouths while coughing and sneezing, ” the Department stated in the guidelines.

“Students should not shake their hands with or embrace other students. Don’t touch any part of the examination hall unnecessarily. Also, every student should carry his or her own water bottle and lunch box,” the statement further added.

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