Following owning established out the solution booklet for this year’s Secondary University Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exams, the final results day has been set by the Greater Education Board for future month.

Just after releasing the response crucial on April 12, the board explained analysis of the papers will consider till April 21 and the outcomes will most probably be introduced on Could 12.

This year’s SSLC examinations, which started off on March 28 ended up largely eventless, apart from for the first handful of incidents wherein pupils were being refused entry into the examination halls for putting on Hijab.

Nonetheless, alarmingly, this year’s examinations noticed a file range of absent students. Karnataka Secondary Education Assessment Board (KSEEB) information reportedly showed that at least 15,487 students remained absent for the 2022 SSLC tests. Although a reduction of nerve and the bunking spree among the learners is considered to be the key lead to for the report absenteeism, a report said officers attributed it to more candidates registering underneath the non-public category.

Reviews explained practically 8.2 lakh learners registered this yr following the past batch’s formal tests have been waived off and all college students were being “passed” to Pre-University-1 as the pandemic dented the tutorial yr. Nonetheless, some of these registered learners are claimed to have skipped because of to panic of failure as the concern paper experienced standard thoughts and not various-option thoughts (MCQs) like last calendar year. It is also staying speculated that the hijab ban may perhaps have also contributed to the listing of absentees. 

KSEEB officers had been quoted declaring, pupils have long gone for a mass bunk this year as the condition authorities did not present the “pass every single student” rule as it did previous 12 months. A lot of registered college students are explained to shed their nerve and skipped their examinations just after discovering that the same concession will not be extended by the condition federal government this year.

Nevertheless, The New Indian Express described that most of the students who experienced significantly lesser attendance than that experienced most popular to bunk the examinations as well.

Write-up-pandemic, the 2020-21 SSLC examinations observed 7.8 lakh registered college students, while absent college students constituted 3,249, and 99.58% of learners took their examinations. In comparison, the 2022 SSLC examinations observed 15,487 absentees, although only 98.11% of students attended their examinations, The New Indian Convey quoted KSEEB officers as indicating.