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Kerala SSLC, HSC exams timetable revised, check schedule

The SSLC exam is scheduled to be conducted till April 29, while HSC exam till April 30. The vocational exam will be held from April 9 to 30

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 12, 2021 10:28:24 am
SSLC 2021Check revised schedule of Kerala SSLC, HSC exams. Representational image/ file

Kerala SSLC, HSC exams 2021: The schedule for the Kerala SSLC, HSC (classes 10 and 12) has been revised. According to the official notification, due to the assembly election in the state, the exam schedule has been revised to be held from April 8 which was earlier scheduled from March 17. Kerala goes to poll on April 6.

The SSLC exam is scheduled to be conducted till April 29, while the HSC exam till April 30. The vocational exam will be held from April 9 to 30.

The entire date sheet is available at the website- keralapareekshabhavan.in. Due to the pandemic, the exams of all other classes have been cancelled and students will be promoted further.

Kerala SSLC timetable 2021: Check the schedule 

April 8- First Language-part 1

April 9- Third Language/ Hindi/ Gen Knowledge

April 12- Second Language-English

April 15- Social Science

April 19- First Language-part 2

April 21- Physics

April 23- Biology

April 27- Mathematics

April 29- Chemistry

Last year, the board exams were affected due to pandemic, and several papers were conducted later in May. The results were released in June. To pass the exam, a candidate is required to get a minimum of 35 per cent marks in each subject out of 100 marks.

For the science subject, consisting of theory and practical examination, minimum marks to pass is 20 out of 75 in theory and 15 marks out of 25 in practical.

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