SSLC, Plus two exams begin today, only one person to accompany student

SSLC, Plus two exams not postponed, will be held as scheduled
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SSLC and Plus Two examinations will begin today in Kerala. It is estimated that 4.2 lakh students appear for the SSLC examinations, and another 8 lakh for Plus One, Plus Two and vocational higher secondary examination.

The chief minister had on May 19 said the parents themselves should make the necessary travel arrangements. Only one person can accompany the student.

The decision to hold the examinations was done amid stiff opposition from several parties, including both the Congress and the BJP, and also many teachers' organisations. They had said it would not be practical to hold the examinations as teachers and students would find it hard to reach schools at a time when public transport had not been fully restored.

It was also said it would also be virtually impossible to observe social distancing when lakhs of students and their parents reach schools. The Chief Minister had argued that social distancing could be followed as examination time was different from normal school time.

SSLC exam schedules 

May 26 - Mathematics (afternoon)

May 27 - Physics (afternoon)

May 28 - Chemistry (afternoon)

Plus One

May 26 - Entrepreneurship development (VHSE - morning)

May 27 Music, Accountancy, Geography, Social Work, Sanskrit (morning)

May 28 - Economics

May 29 - Physics, Philosophy, English, Literature, Sociology (morning)

May 30 - Chemistry, Gandhian Studies, Anthropology

Plus Two

May 26 - Entrepreneurship development (VHSE - morning)

May 27 - Biology, Geography, Sanskrit, Economics, Communicative English, Statistics, Part 3 languages

May 28 - Business Studies, Psychology, Electronic Service Technology, Electronic Systems

May 29 - History, Islamic History and Culture, Computer Application, Home Science, Computer Science

May 30 - Mathematics, Political Science, Journalism

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