The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (commonly referred to as SSLC) is the most well-attended exam in Karnataka state. This is equivalent to the 10th grade which is the first board exam a student would be attending. This exam came into existence in 1966. The 2022 SSLC examination will be conducted in the 4th week of March, according to […]
Education in Karnataka
Karnataka is known for its well-structured educational system. With a high total literacy rate of 75.60%, this state is also famed for recruiting a maximum number of teachers in all levels of education. In Karnataka, there are three types of schools, government schools, government-aided schools and unaided private schools.
English and Kannada are the two main instruction mediums in most of these schools. The syllabus taught in schools can be CBSE, ICSE, NIOS or state syllabus. After completing secondary education students take the SSLC test for getting admission in two years long Pre-University Course. The Karnataka Examination Authority holds a Common Entrance Test for admissions in major undergraduate courses such as Engineering, Medical, Dental and Technology.
Karnataka also has several reputed institutions for higher education such as Indian Institute of Science, Indian Institute of Management, National Law School of India University and Indian Institution of Technology (IIT), Dharwad. Read more about Education in Karnataka.
Want to know about some of the Karnataka government scholarship programs? Are you eligible for scholarship programs offered by the Karnataka government? Let’s find out Scholarships are considered as the lifeline for economically and socially backward, meritorious students. Every year, many government departments and corporations distribute scholarships under various heads. Here is the list of […]
Planning to join PU colleges in Karnataka? Read on to know about the stream of courses you can join. In Karnataka, once students clear the Class X board exam, the next step is ‘Pre University College’ or PU College. This is a 2-years course that all students must complete before they can embark on any […]
Exam dates of Karnataka CET 2017. This exam is held for the merit seats offered in professional engineering, medical colleges.
Following the central government’s decision, the Karnataka government has cancelled all the II PUC examinations for the year 2021. The examinations are cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the announcement was made by Education Minister S. Suresh Kumar on June 4, 2022. All students, who are to attend examinations this year, will be […]
Good news for students with OCI cards or Overseas Citizens of India cards. The Karnataka High Court has ruled that students with OCI cards must be treated as citizens of India when they apply for professional courses in colleges. They are now eligible for the state quota as well as the quota reserved for Non […]
The practice of students’ blocking-seats in the privately operated engineering colleges in the state has been going on for years now. New Karnataka engineering college Admissions regulations are here to stop it. To restrict private engineering colleges from blocking seats for students, the government of Karnataka has decided to make amendments to the existing educational […]
Updated the article on 15/09/2020 with the phased opening and regulations for schools A lot of discussions are happening around school opening in Karnataka 2020. While offices and malls are reopening there is no update on when and how schools will reopen. Check out: SOP For Colleges In Karnataka That Are Set To Reopen From […]
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) conducts SSLC examination every year in the state. The Karnataka SSLC results 2020 was announced on August 10. Below are a few points you must know about Karnataka SSLC results for 2020: 18,067 students could not take the exams due to the COVID-19. They can Takes exams as fresh candidates. 1,550 […]
The format for education in schools across India is set to change. A new NEP or National Education Policy 2020 has been framed to replace the 1986 NEP. This will be India’s third NEP. The policy gives a broad framework for educational institutes but it is not mandatory for state governments to follow the guidelines. […]