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Candidates must send applications

by May 18

Re-evaluation fee fixed at Rs. 700 for one subject

Bangalore:The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) supplementary examinations will be held from June 7.

Speaking to presspersons here on Wednesday, Minister for Primary and Secondary Education Vishveshwar Hegde Kageri said that candidates, who have failed in the SSLC 2010 examinations, may send in their applications by May 18 to the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board.

The schools have been provided with nominal rolls of failed candidates along with the result sheets. The schools will have to use the same to register the failed candidates for the supplementary examinations by May 15. Candidates will not be allowed to appear for the examination if they have not first registered their names with the board. The prescribed fee for the supplementary examination is Rs. 150 for one subject, Rs. 200 for two subjects and Rs. 300 for more than two subjects.

He also said that the board has made arrangements for re-evaluation, re-totalling, and photocopying of answer books in all subjects. The last date to send applications for the same is May 21. Candidates, who apply for photocopies, should not apply for re-totalling or re-evaluation. For re-evaluation of one subject, candidates will have to pay Rs. 700. The fee for photocopy of answer booklet of one subject is Rs. 300, while it is Rs. 150 for re-totalling.

About the high fees for re-dvaluation, Mr. Kageri said, “If after re-evaluation, there is a difference of more than six marks, the board will reimburse the amount to the candidate.”

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