SSLC final exams timetable released


Team Udayavani, Oct 31, 2018, 10:47 AM IST

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has announced its tentative timetable for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) final examinations. 

The SSLC examination is scheduled to be held between March 21st , 2019 and April  4th, 2019 as per the released provisional timetable. The board had informed that in case of any objection, students and parents can file their objections from October 31 to November 29. 

As per the press statement released by the board, the objections could be sent to Director (Exams), by post to the following address: Karnataka Higher Secondary Examination Board, 6th Cross, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru-560003. 

The second-year pre-university final exams tentative timetable was released on Monday and the KSEEB tentative timetable was released on Tuesday. 

The tentative timetable for SSLC final exams is as follows: 

-21 March 2019: First language

– 23 March 2019: Core subjects and Economics

– 25 March 2019: Mathematics and Social Science

– 27 March 2019: Second Language

– 29 March 2019: Science

– 2 April 2019: Political Science, Karnatak and Hindustani Music

– 4 April 2019: Third language

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