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Karnataka SSLC Exam 2021: Karnataka Class 10th Admit Cards Released, Direct Link to Download Here
The admit cards have been uploaded on the official website of KSEEB, however, it must be noted that the admit card will have to be downloaded by the school principals and provided to the students.
Karnataka SSLC Exam 2021: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) on Tuesday released the Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) admit card 2021 on the official website today. Candidates who are registered for the SSLC exams 2021 will get their admit cards from their schools.
The admit cards have been uploaded on the official website of KSEEB, however, it must be noted that the admit card will have to be downloaded by the school principals and provided to the students. Students must contact their school administration to get their admit cards. KSEEB has also started a helpline for those facing difficulties in downloading the admit card. The helpline numbers are – 08023310075, 08023310076.
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How to download Karnataka SSLC Admit Card 2021:
- Visit the official website of KSEEB- sslc.karnataka.gov.in
- On the homepage, click on the ‘Login’ tab
- Click on SSLC login
- A login page will open on the screen
- School principals must key in their username and password and captcha as shown on the screen
- The Karnataka SSLC Admit Card will be displayed on the screen
- Download and take its printout
- Put the sign and stamp of the school and give it to the students.
Direct link to download Karnataka SSLC Admit Card 2021
Karnataka SSLC exam 2021 will be held on July 19 and July 22, state education minister S Suresh Kumar announced on Monday. On the first day, students will appear for core subjects- Maths, Science, Social Science. On July 22, the exam will be held for language papers. There will be multiple-choice questions (MCQ). The exam will be held between 10:30 am and 1:30 pm. The number of exam centers has been increased from 48,000 to 73,066. Earlier, the exam was supposed to be held in the month of April- May. However, the exam was postponed due to the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic. Around 8.76 lakh candidates will appear for the Karnataka class 10 exam 2021. The exam will be held on two days- July 19 and July 22.