SSLC examination from 2nd April, high school teachers have a challenging task
MANGALORE: High school teachers and education department officials in Dakshina Kannada district have a challenging task ahead that is of the SSLC examination that begins on 2nd April. All officials of DK district are working hard to bring back the lost glory of the district which was pushed down to 21st position in the state in 2011 from the 8th in 2010.
Block Education Officers (BEO) of Bantwal, Belthangady, Mangalore (city and Taluk), Moodabidiri, Puttur and Sullia blocks were asked to monitor all curricular activities in schools to increase the pass percentage. They have also submitted reports on action taken in this connection.
In the reports, BEO have stated that special classes, group studies, weekly subject revisions, preliminary exams, stress management trainings, training for teachers and parents were conducted to improve the results of SSLC exams 2012.
A total of 33,885 students will appear for the SSLC examination from DK district to be held between 2nd April to 16th April in the district. Of which 10,432 are from government schools, 11,840 from aided schools and 7,239 from unaided schools. There are 95 examination centres – Bantwal (15), Belthangady (10), Mangalore city (20), Mangalore taluk (25), Moodbidri (4), Puttur (15) and Sullia (6).