Education department sources said the girl from Hanumanthapura in Koratagere was studying in a private school in Dakshina Kannada district but due to the poor financial condition of the family due to the COVID-19 induced lockdown, she was unable to pay the fees. was unable. .
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In an email to Suresh Kumar recently, the girl said that she was denied admission in the school because she had not paid the hostel fees. “Due to dues of last year’s school fees (accommodation and food), I have been denied admission this year. I don’t need any concession. This is enough to give us time. My parents do it. (arrears) will be paid.
I have secured 96% marks in 9th. Please give me an opportunity to write my 10th class exam,” the girl wrote to the minister.
As soon as the matter came to the notice of Suresh Kumar, he called the girl on phone and assured her of necessary assistance.
On Saturday, the minister met the girl and told her that she still has a chance to appear in the supplementary examination.
A source in the minister’s office told PTI that Suresh Kumar also told him that like him many children are facing problems and there is no need to panic or worry about the fees.
The Karnataka government has decided to conduct the SSLC exam on July 19 and 22.
Unlike the traditional exam, this time the exam will be conducted using the OMR sheet.
The three-hour exam on July 19 will consist of three main subjects – Mathematics, Science and Social Science.
The exam to be held on July 22 will be in languages like English, Kannada, Sanskrit and other subjects.
The government, which has given general promotions to students of one to nine and PUC-1 and PUC-2, decided to conduct SSLC exams saying it is important for students to choose their stream.
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