The Secondary School Leaving Certificate examination in Karnataka was performed between June 25 to July 3, 2020. A report declared that 32 students who appeared for the Karnataka SSLC exam were tested COVID19 positive.
While answering to the media, the state’s education minister explained that he can vouch for this that not even an individual student got infected at the examination centers. The 32 students tested positive at several stages and were holding it (coronavirus) from different places. However Karnataka Education Minister, S. Suresh Kumar told this as not true. He refuted any such report.
Meanwhile, opposition leader Siddaramaiah on Saturday recommended that the Karnataka government ascertain whether the recently concluded class 10 exam was conducted safely by checking the primary contacts of patients testing positive for COVID-19, between June 15 to July 20.
On Saturday the opposition leader Siddaramaiah recommended that the Karnataka government confirm whether the newly concluded class 10 exam was performed safely by surveying the primary connections of victims testing positive for COVID-19, between June 15 to July 20.
He explained to PTI that they will have to wait for 15 days to recognize the actual effect.
@CMofKarnataka appears to be motivated & overconfident to perform more exams after ‘assuming’ that SSLC exams were performed safely. He too expects that everybody is safe.
The Karnataka SSLC exam was performed amid a lot of opponents from both society and students’ parents. Earlier also a student was experimented positive in the middle of Mathematics exam at a center located in Hassan district when he was notified by the authorities about the circumstance.