Category: SSLC

SSLC 2nd Lang English Most Likely Questions

AMK

On the Basis of Model Papers 2021 (Paper 1 and 2) released by the KSEEB and Previous Exam Papers the List of Most Likely 4 Marks Questions are Provided so that the Students learning according to it May Help in their Preparations, 

NOTE : The Questions been provided are tentative, however the students need to get prepare other Questions in Prose and Poetry along with Supplementary Reading to get Pass and Score Good Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 4 MARK QUESTIONS

On the analysis of Model Papers 2021 released by the KSEEB, the 4 Marks Questions are taken from the following 2 Poems, the Preparation of Questions based on those might help to score easily 4 Marks as in Upcoming Examination 1 Question of 4 Marks is asked and the Students require to answer it in 8 to 10 Sentences, Getting Prepare with the Summary of the Poems will help to answer easily all the Questions Based on those.

Grandma Climbs a tree 1 Question
Jazz Poem Two 1 Question
1 Question 4 Marks

Answer the following questions in 8 – 10 sentences each

Bring out the summary of the poem ‘Grandma Climbs a Tree’ in your own words
Describe the physical appearance and artistic talent of Jazz player in your own words.
Explain about the unusual habit of Ruskin Bond’s grandmother
How do you say that Jazz musician is a pathetic figure and a commanding artist?
Both the narrator and his father were very considerate towards grandma. Justify
Why do you think that Ruskin Bond’s grandmother was a grown-up woman with childish habits and desires ? Substantiate
Write in your own words how passionate the poet’s grandma was in climbing trees
The poverty filled life of the Jazz player cannot bring down his spirits on the music. Justify.
Ruskin Bond’s grandmother had an unusual habit of climbing trees. How was she successful in fulfilling her desire to live in a tree house ?
Describe the two faces of Jazz player as a pathetic figure and a commanding artist
Draw a contrast between the musical ability and the appearance of the Jazz player
The behaviour of Ruskin Bond’s grandmother is unusual. Explain
“The poet’s father was very considerate and dutiful towards his mother.” Explain
Describe how the physical appearance of the Jazz player is a contrast to his skill in playing saxophone
Physical appearance of the Jazz player does not match with his artistic character. Explain
The poet appreciates his grandmother’s extraordinary behaviour very much. Justify
According to the poet Ruskin Bond, his grandmother was ‘unique’. Write a paragraph to support this statement.
How does the poet discriminate Jazz player’s appearance with his artistic character ?

CHAPTERS FOR 3 MARK QUESTIONS

On the analysis of Model Papers 2021 released by the KSEEB, the 3 Marks Questions are taken from the following 2 Prose and 1 Poem, the Preparation of Questions based on those might help to score easily 6 Marks as in Upcoming Examination 2 Question of 3 Marks each is asked and the Students require to answer it in 5 to 6 Sentences, Getting Prepare with the Probable Questions on these Chapters might help the students to get score the marks in Comprehension section.

A Hero 1 Question
The Song of India 1 Question
Colour of Silence 1 Question
2 Question 6 Marks

Answer the following questions in 5 – 6 sentences each

Narrate Swami’s dreadful experience when he was lying under the bench
How does the poet V.K. Gokak praise the beauty and technological progress of our country in the poem. ‘The song of India’?
Satish Gujral was a great artist – Justify.
Summarize the conversation between the poet and the Mother India in the poem ‘Song of India’.
How can you say that Satish became popular all over the world ?
Satish Gujral became popular all over the world in spite of his physical disability. Support the statement with your answer
Explain the achievements of Satish Gujral as an artist
Narrate the incidents that deprived Satish of regular schooling
How was Swami successful in fulfilling the intention of his father to prove his courage ?
In spite of his disability, Satish was able to succeed in his life. Justify
Write in your own words how Swami became a hero overnight
How did the bird inspire Satish to become an artist ?
Why do you think the response of the artists was unusual ?
How do you view the technological development and physical beauty of India as described in the poem, “The Song of India” ?

CHAPTERS FOR 2 MARK QUESTIONS

On the analysis of Model Papers 2021 released by the KSEEB, the 2 Marks Questions are taken from the following 2 Prose, 1Poem and 2 Supplementary Reading, the Preparation of Questions based on those might help to score easily 14 Marks as in Upcoming Examination 7 Question of 2 Marks each is asked and the Students require to answer it in 2 to 3 Sentences, Getting Prepare with the Probable Questions on these Chapters might help the students to get score the marks in Comprehension section.

Dr B R Ambedkar 2 Question
Jazz Poem Two 1 Question
The Concert 2 Question
Narayanpur Incident  1 Question
A Great Martyr ever cherished  1 Question
7 Question 14 Marks

Answer the following questions in 2 – 3 sentences each

Why did Ambedkar stress the importance of constitutional methods to achieve social objectives?
As a student, Ambedkar had a great thirst for books. Support this statement with reference to the text.
What makes you to think that Aunt Susheela had supported Ananth’s family?
Pandit Ravishankar, Sitar maestro deserves our appreciation. Support this statement.
Why do you think, the Jazz player keeps his head down?
How do you say that, the sub-inspector, Mr. Patil’s visit to Mohan’s family helped them?
What makes you to think that the students’ march was quite different?
Briefly explain about the dreams of Haneef Uddin
How do you say that life for Haneef in the beginning was never a smooth sail?
‘Ambedkar had an insatiable thirst for books’. – Explain briefly
Why did Nehru choose Dr. Ambedkar as the first law minister of Independent India?
How do you say that Ananth was a talented boy?
How did Smitha try to bring Pandit Ravi Shankar and UstadAllah Rakha to her house?
What message does the Jazz musician want to convey?
Why were Babu and Manju disappointed with the way of students march?
Why had Patil, the sub-inspector visited Mohan’s house?
Haneef Uddin would battle with hardships from a tender age. – Why was it so?
How does the writer describe the ‘introvert’ Haneef?
How did Gandhiji and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar try to wipe out caste differences ?
How can we say that Satish Gujral became popular with the able support of his father ?
What was the special gift possessed by the Jazz player ? How did it change his feelings ?
What can we learn from the lesson, “Narayanpur incident” ?
What did Hanif and his brothers learn from the absence of their mother from home ?
What qualities of the Jazz player do you appreciate ?
The student leaders managed the protest to go peacefully. Why ?
Haneef was a young man with varied talents and interests. Explain briefly
Why did Jawaharlal Nehru choose Dr. Ambedkar to be the first Law Minister of India ?
How did Anant’s family treat him without ‘voicing their fears’ ?
How was the visit of Patil, the Sub-Inspector helpful to Mohan’s family ?
Hanif was a young man with varied talents and interests. Support the statement
How does the writer describe the ‘introvert’ Hanif ?
Why did Smita request Pandit Ravi Shankar to visit her house ?
What admirable qualities do you find in Pandit Ravi Shankar and Ustad Allah Rakha ?
The march of the students was a bit disappointing to Manju and Babu. Why ?
In what way did the absence of mother make Hanif and his brothers responsible ?
Hanif was talented with varied talents and interests. How ?
What can the youths learn from Hanif’s life ?
What had the police expected about the way of protest ?
How was life for Hanif always ‘ekdam bindas’ ?

CHAPTERS FOR EXTRACTS

On the analysis of Model Papers 2021 released by the KSEEB, the 3 Marks Extracts are taken from the following 4 Prose & 1 Poem, the Preparation of Questions based on those might help to score easily 12 Marks as in Upcoming Examination 4 Question of 3 Marks each is asked and the Students require to answer the questions based on the statement given, Getting Prepare with the statements of those chapters will help to answer easily all the Questions Based on those.

A Hero 1 Question
There is Girl by the Tracks 1 Question
Gentleman of Rio En Medio 1 Question
The Song of India 1 Question
Colours of Silence 1 Question
4 Question 12 Marks

Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow

“Whom can I call”? He asked quickly, fearing that she would black out once more
(a)Who does ‘I’ refer to?, (b) What does the phrase ‘black out’ mean?, (c) Why did the speaker want to call?
“It took months of negotiation to come to an understanding with the old man”
(a) Who does ‘the old man’ refer to?, (b) What does ‘it’ refer to?, (c) Why did it take months of negotiation to come to an understanding with
the old man?
“We will have to look for a new school”
(a)Who is the speaker here?, (b) For whom do they need to look for a new school?, (c) Why do they want to look for a new school?
Querulous I said, “Is there no song that I can sing of you?”
(a) Who does ‘I’ refer to?, (b) With whom does the speaker querulous?, (c) Why is the speaker querulous?
“He hated the newspaper for printing the tiger’s story”
(a) Who does ‘he’ refer to?, (b) What was the story about?, (c) Why did ‘he’ hate the newspaper for printing the tiger’s story? 
“Lets go and help her!” he shouted.
(a) Who shouted these words?, (b) Who was this said to?, (c) Why did the speaker want to help her?
“We have made a discovery”
(a) Who had made the discovery?, (b) What was the discovery?, (c) What was the result of the discovery?
“Sing of the filth and the dirt, That foul may sylvan retreats”
(a) Who makes this statement?, (b) To whom is it addressed?, (c) Why do you think she wants him to sing of the filth and dirt?
MODEL PAPERS
Paper 1  CLICK HERE
Paper 2  CLICK HERE
MODEL PAPERS KEY ANSWERS
Paper 1  CLICK HERE
Paper 2  CLICK HERE
TARGET PASS 

Target Pass 1- Prepared by Basavaraj A M, TLR Chakrasali GHS, Kunchuru CLICK HERE

Target Pass 2 – Yasho kirana – Prepared by BEO office, Bangalore North District CLICK HERE

Target Pass 3 – Prepared by Raghavendra E Horabylu, GHS Batlahalli, Chintamani CLICK HERE

Target Pass 4 – Prepared by DDPI Ofice, Madhugiri CLICK HERE

SSLC Maths Passing Plan

AMK

According to the Final Exam 2021 time table released by KSEEB, the Mathematics Examinations is Scheduled to be held on 24th June 2021,

Already Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has released 2 set of Model Papers those are prepared on the 70% of the syllabus that is being covered for the Examination,

As the 30% of syllabus has been reduced owing to the delayed start of Academic year for the students of SSLC due to ongoing COVID 19 pandemic in the state

As some of the students find getting Pass in SSLC Mathematics Examination as difficult, to held such students get pass with ease we have charted out a simple preparation plan to get Pass Easily with simplified preparation Strategy

EXAM PATTERN

MCQ’s 8 x 1 = 08
1 Mark Qns 8 x 1 = 08
2 Mark Qns 8 x 2 = 16
3 Mark Qns 9 x 3 = 27
4 Mark Qns 4 x 4 = 16
5 Mark Qns 1 x 5 = 05
38Qns 80 Marks

To get pass in SSLC Mathematics the Students need to Score 28 Marks out of 80 in Summative Assessment Examination 

On the Basis of SSLC Model Papers 2021 (Paper 1 and Paper 2) we have charted out the assured and easy topics to held students reach PASSING MARKS

TARGET PASS

Chapter   Marks 
Statistics 07
Co – ordinate Geometry 06
Construction 09
Pair of Linear Equations 04
Theorem Proof  07
Graph 04
TOTAL 37

TOPIC WISE ANALYSIS

THEOREM PROOF

As per the SSLC Model Papers 1 and 2 released by KSEEB, the Questions of proving a theorem carry 7 Marks, students need to practice to prove the following theorems daily for 10 minutes

  • Thales Theorem (BPT)
  • AA Similarity criterion theorem
  • Theorem on Areas of Similar Triangles
  • Pythagoras Theorem
  • Converse of Pythagoras Theorem
  • Theorems of Circles

STATISTICS

As per the SSLC Model Papers 1 and 2 released by KSEEB, the Questions on Statistics Chapter carry 7 Marks, topics to learn in this chapter are

  • Calculate Mean for grouped data
  • Calculate Median for grouped data
  • Calculate Mode for grouped data
  • Draw Ogive curve (Less than and More than)

CONSTRUCTIONS

As per the SSLC Model Papers 1 and 2 released by KSEEB, the Questions on Chapter Construction Chapter carry 9 Marks, topics to learn in this chapter are

  • Division of Line Segment
  • Construct a Similar Triangle
  • Construct tangents to a circle

GRAPH

As per the SSLC Model Papers 1 and 2 released by KSEEB, the Questions on Graph carry 4 Marks, topics to learn in this chapter are

  • Solving pair of Linear Equations by Graphical Method

CO – ORDINATE GEOMETRY

As per the SSLC Model Papers 1 and 2 released by KSEEB, the Questions on Chapter Co – ordinate Geometry carry 6 Marks, topics to learn in this chapter are

  • Problems on Distance Formula
  • Problems on Section Formula
  • Area of a Triangle 

PAIR OF LINEAR EQUATIONS

As per the SSLC Model Papers 1 and 2 released by KSEEB, the Questions on Chapter Pair of Linear Equations carry 4 Marks, topics to learn in this chapter are

  • Pair of Linear Equations in two variables
  • Substitution Method
  • Elimination Method
  • Cross Multiplication Method

NOTE : The above given concepts to Score Target 30 are hypothetical as they are based on the Analysis of Model Papers 1 and released by KSEEB,

The students should ALSO GET PREPARE EASY CONCEPTS IN OTHER CHAPTERS OF MATHEMATICS SYLLABUS TOO to get Pass Easily in Examinations, mere preparation of these may not be enough, as in the era of competition getting Good Score is prime important than just Getting Pass.

PREPARATION STRATEGY

Compared to other Subjects Getting Pass in Mathematics is easy, students are advised to follow the strict time table daily, the best time to prepare for Mathematics is during Night, tentatively fix timings of 9.00 to 10.30 PM daily for practice, (Note : Maths subject can be mastered only through Practice)

Make habit of solving all Worked Examples and Exercise Problems of the above mentioned chapters, on every problem write

P – (Prepared), If you know to solve the problem,

NP – (Need Practice), if you have understood the problem but require practice,

NC – (Need Clarification), If you don’t know how to solve it, get clarify the problems on which you have written NC with your School Teacher and Friends.

MODEL PAPERS 2021
Paper 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Paper 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Paper 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Paper 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
KEY ANSWERS 2021
Maths 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Maths 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
Maths 1  CLICK HERE
Maths 2  CLICK HERE

MATHEMATICS

Target 30 (KM – 1)  Nanna Shakti CLICK HERE

Target 30 (EM – 1) – Uttar Uttanga – Prepared by DDPI Office, Bangalore North CLICK HERE

Target 30 (KM – 2) – Prepared by Y H Basavalingappa  CLICK HERE

Target 30 (EM – 2) – Prepared by DDPI Office, Davangere  CLICK HERE

SSLC Science Model Paper Analysis 2021

MODEL PAPERS
Paper 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Paper 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Paper 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Paper 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
MODEL PAPER KEY ANSWERS
Paper 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Paper 2 (EM) CLICK HERE

Analysis of Model Paper 1 and 2 is done Question wise so it help students to Plan their Preparations to achieve Good Scores in Upcoming Exams 

MODEL PAPER 1

The analysis is based on Model Paper 1 by KSEEB from Question number 1 to 38 simultaneously

Question Model Paper 1
PHYSICS
MCQ Electricity
MCQ Light – Reflection & Refraction
MCQ Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
1 Mark Light – Reflection & Refraction 
1 Mark  Light – Reflection & Refraction 
2 Marks  Light – Reflection & Refraction (Diagram)
2 Marks  Electricity
2 Marks  Electricity
3 Marks  Magnetic Effects of Electric Current (Diagram)
3 Marks  Light – Reflection & Refraction (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Sources of Energy
4 Marks  Magnetic Effects of Electric Current (Internal Choice)
4 Marks  Electricity
CHEMISTRY 
MCQ Acids, Bases & Salts
MCQ Carbon & its Compounds
MCQ Periodic Classification of Elements 
1 Mark Carbon & its Compounds 
1 Mark  Periodic Classification of Elements 
1 Marks  Metals & Non Metals
2 Marks  Carbon & Its compounds
2 Marks  Acids, Bases & Salts (Diagram)
2 Marks  Acids, Bases & Salts 
3 Marks  Periodic Classification of Elements
3 Marks  Carbon & its Compounds
3 Marks  Metals & Non Metals (Diagram)
4 Marks  Metals & Non Metals
BIOLOGY
MCQ Management of Natural Resources
MCQ Our Environment 
1 Mark Our Environment 
1 Mark Management of Natural Resources
1 Mark  Management of Natural Resources
2 Marks  Control & Co ordination (Internal Choice)
2 Marks  How do Organisms Reproduce (Diagram)
3 Marks  Heredity & Evolution (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  How do Organisms Reproduce (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Heredity & Evolution (Internal Choice)
4 Marks  Control & Co ordination (Diagram)
5 Marks  Life Process (Tag Question)

MODEL PAPER 2

The analysis is based on Model Paper 2 by KSEEB from Question number 1 to 38 simultaneously

Question Model Paper 2
PHYSICS
MCQ Sources of Energy
MCQ Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
MCQ Electricity
MCQ Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
1 Mark  Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
1 Marks  Light – Reflection & Refraction
2 Marks  Electricity (Diagram)
2 Marks  Sources of Energy
3 Marks  Light – Reflection & Refraction (Diagram)
3 Marks  Electricity
3 Marks  Magnetic Effects of Electric Current (Internal Choice)
4 Marks  Light – Reflection & Refraction (Internal Choice)
5 Marks  Magnetic Effects of Electric Current 
CHEMISTRY 
MCQ Carbon & its Compounds
MCQ Metals & Non Metals
1 Mark Acids, Bases & Salts
1 Mark Periodic Classification of Elements
1 Mark  Periodic Classification of Elements
1 Marks  Carbon & its Compounds
2 Marks  Carbon & its Compounds
2 Marks  Periodic Classification of Elements
2 Marks  Acids, Bases & Salts (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Acids, Bases & Salts (Diagram)
3 Marks  Carbon & its Compounds (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Metals & Non Metals (Diagram)
4 Marks  Metals & Non Metals
BIOLOGY
MCQ Management of Natural Resources
MCQ Life Process
1 Mark Our Environment
1 Mark Management of Natural Resources
2 Mark  Control & Co ordination (Internal Choice)
2 Marks  Management of Natural Resources
2 Marks  How do organisms reproduce (Diagram)
3 Marks  Heredity and Evolution (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  How do organisms reproduce (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Life Process (Diagram)
4 Marks  Heredity and Evolution (Tag Question)
4 Marks  Control and co ordination (Tag Question)

TARGET PASS

On basis of KSEEB Model Papers 1 And 2 Analysis (Score Easy 39 Marks) by Prepare following Chapters

Chapter   Marks 
Diagrams  16
Management of Natural Resources 04
Sources of Energy 03
Control and Co ordination 06
How do Organisms reproduce? 05
Acids, Bases and Salts  06
Periodic Classification of Elements  04
Metals and Non Metals  07
TOTAL 51

CHAPTERS FOR 3 MARK QUESTIONS

Heredity and Evolution 1 Question
How do organisms reproduce 1 Question
Life Process 1 Question
Acids, Bases & Salts 1 Question
Periodic Classification of Elements 1 Question
Carbon & its Compounds 1 Question
Metals & Non Metals 1 Question
Light – Reflection & Refraction 1 Question
Electricity 1 Question
Sources of Energy 1 Question
Magnetic Effects of Electric Current  1 Question
9 Questions 27 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 4 MARK QUESTIONS

Magnetic Effects of Electric Current  1 Question
Electricity 1 Question
Metals & Non Metals 1 Question
Control & Co ordination 1 Question
Light – Reflection & Refraction 1 Question
4 Questions 16 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 5 MARK QUESTIONS

Magnetic Effects of Electric Current  1 Question
Life Process 1 Question
1 Question 5 Marks

TYPE OF QUESTIONS

Questions Questions
MCQ 8
1 Marks Qns 8
2 Marks Qns 8
3 Marks Qns 9
4 Marks Qns 4
5 Mark Qns 1
38

NUMBER OF MARKS

Questions Marks
MCQ 8
1 Marks Qns 8
2 Marks Qns 16
3 Marks Qns 27
4 Marks Qns 16
5 Mark Qns 5
80

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Level Marks
Easy 24
Average 40
Difficult 16
80

Chapters for Difficult Questions

Periodic Classification of Elements
Carbon and its Compounds
Acids, Bases and Salts
Control and Co – Ordination 
Heredity and Evolution 

Chapters for Numerical Problems 

Electricity 
Light – Reflection and Refraction 
Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
List of Diagrams  

As per the Model Papers 2021 released by KSEEB, Diagrams Carry 16 Marks, to help students prepare for Examination list of most likely Diagrams been given

Reaction of Zinc granules with dilute sulphuric acid, Acid Solution in water conducts Electricity, Action of Steam on Metal, Testing Conductivity of Salt Solution, Electrolytic Refining of Copper, Open and Closed Stomatal Pore,

Human Alimentary Canal, Human Heart, Excretory system in Human Beings, Structure of Nephron, Structure of Neuron,

Schematic diagram of Electric Circuit, Symbols of Commonly used components in electric circuit diagram, Electric circuit for studying ohms law, Resistor in Series, Resistor in Parallel,

A pattern of Concentric circles indicating the field lines of magnetic field around a straight conductor, Electric Motor, Electric Generator, Longitudinal Section of Flower, Germination on Pollen stigma,

Ray diagram of the image formation by a concave mirror, Nature, Position, relative size of the image formed by convex lens, Nature, Position, relative size of the image formed by concave lens, Schematic diagram of Bio gas plant, 

SSLC English Model Paper Analysis 2021

AMK
MODEL PAPERS
Paper 1  CLICK HERE
Paper 2  CLICK HERE
MODEL PAPERS KEY ANSWERS
Paper 1  CLICK HERE
Paper 2  CLICK HERE

Analysis of Model Paper 1 and 2 is done Question wise so it help students to Plan their Preparations to achieve Good Scores in Upcoming Exams 

MODEL PAPER 1

The analysis is based on Model Paper 1 by KSEEB from Question number 1 to 38 simultaneously

Question Model Paper 1
MCQ Question Tag
MCQ Language Function
MCQ Appropriate Word
MCQ Infinitive 
Grammar  Syllables
Grammar  Correct form of Work
Grammar  Linking Words
Grammar  Collocation 
Grammar Preposition 
Grammar Parts of Speech
Grammar Article
Grammar  Tense form of Verb
Grammar  Use of Word as Noun, Verb
Grammar  Degrees of Comparison
Grammar  Active & Passive Voice
Grammar  Reported Speech
Editing Paragraph  Errors in Paragraph
2 Marks  Dr B R Ambedkar
2 Marks  Dr B R Ambedkar
2 Marks  The Concert
2 Marks  The Concert
2 Marks  Jazz Poem Two
2 Marks Narayanpur Incident
2 Marks  A Great Martyr ever Cherished 
3 Marks  A Hero
3 Marks  The Song of India
Extracts The Girl by the tracks
Extracts Gentleman of Rio En Medio
Extracts Colours of Silence
Extracts The Song of India
Writing a Profile  Profile on the clues given
Develop story using Clues Develop a story on  given Clues 
Paragraph on Picture  Write a paragraph on the given Picture
Quote from Memory  Quality of Mercy or Blind Boy 
Passage Answer Questions on Passage
4 Mark Question  Grandma Climbs a tree or Jazz poem two or song of India 
Essay  Write a Essay on given topics 
Letter Writing  Official or Personal Letter

MODEL PAPER 2

The analysis is based on Model Paper 2 by KSEEB from Question number 1 to 38 simultaneously

Question Model Paper 2
MCQ Question Tag
MCQ Language Function
MCQ Appropriate Word
MCQ Parts of Speech
Grammar  Collocation
Grammar  Syllables
Grammar  Infinitive 
Grammar  Article
Grammar Homophones
Grammar Linking Words
Grammar Appropriate Words
Grammar  Tense form of Verb
Grammar  Use of word as Noun, Verb
Grammar  Degrees of Comparison
Grammar  Conjunctions 
Grammar  Direct & Indirect Speech
Editing Paragraph  Errors in Paragraph
2 Marks  Dr B R Ambedkar
2 Marks  Dr B R Ambedkar
2 Marks  The Concert
2 Marks  The Concert
2 Marks  Jazz Poem Two
2 Marks Narayanpur Incident
2 Marks  A Great Martyr ever Cherished 
3 Marks  Colours of Silence
3 Marks  The Song of India
Extracts A Hero
Extracts There is Girl by the Tracks
Extracts Gentleman of Rio En Medio
Extracts The Song of India
Writing a Profile  Profile on the clues given
Develop story using Clues Develop a story on  given Clues 
Paragraph on Picture  Write a paragraph on the given Picture
Quote from Memory  Quality of Mercy or Blind Boy 
Passage Answer Questions on Passage
4 Mark Question  Grandma Climbs a tree or Jazz poem two or song of India 
Essay  Write a Essay on given topics 
Letter Writing  Official or Personal Letter

TARGET PASS

On basis of KSEEB Model Papers 1 And 2 Analysis (Score Easy 60 Marks) by Prepare following Chapters

Chapter   Marks 
Quote from Memory  04
Letter Writing  05
Passage 04
4 Mark Questions 04
3 Mark Question  06
2 Mark Questions 14
Extracts 12
Essay 04
Simple Grammar  07
TOTAL 60

TYPE OF QUESTIONS

Questions Questions
MCQ 05
Very Short Answer 14
Short answer – 1 12
Short answer – 2 12
Long answer – 1 04
Long Answer – 2 01
38

NUMBER OF MARKS

Questions Marks
MCQ 05
Very Short Answer 14
Short answer – 1 24
Short answer – 2 36
Long answer – 1 16
Long Answer – 2 05
80

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Level Marks
Easy 24
Average 40
Difficult 16
80
CHAPTER WISE MARKS 
Chapters  Marks 
Prose 25
Poetry 21
Supplementary Reading 04
Grammar and Vocabulary  21
Comprehension and Composition  29
TOTAL 80

GRAMMAR FOR MCQ’S

Question Tag 1 Question
Language Function  1 Question
Appropriate Word 1 Question
Infinitive 1 Question
Parts of Speech 1 Question
4 Question 4 Marks

GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY

Syllables 1 Question
Correct Form of Word 1 Question
Linking Words 1 Question
Collocation 1 Question
Preposition 1 Question
Parts of Speech 1 Question
Article 1 Question
Tense form of Verb 1 Question
Use of Word as Noun, Verb 1 Question
Degrees of Comparison 1 Question
Active & Passive Voice 1 Question
Reported Speech 1 Question
Infinitive 1 Question
Homophones 1 Question
Conjunctions 1 Question
12 Question 12 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 2 MARK QUESTIONS

Dr B R Ambedkar 2 Question
Jazz Poem Two 1 Question
The Concert 2 Question
Narayanpur Incident  1 Question
A Great Martyr ever cherished  1 Question
7 Question 14 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR EXTRACTS

A Hero 1 Question
There is Girl by the Tracks 1 Question
Gentleman of Rio En Medio 1 Question
The Song of India 1 Question
Colours of Silence 1 Question
4 Question 12 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 3 MARK QUESTIONS

A Hero 1 Question
The Song of India 1 Question
Colour of Silence 1 Question
2 Question 6 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 4 MARK QUESTIONS

Grandma Climbs a tree 1 Question
Jazz Poem Two 1 Question
1 Question 4 Marks
2nd Lang English Important Essay topics  

As per the Model Papers 2021 released by KSEEB, Essay Carry 5 Marks, to help students prepare for Examination list of most likely essays been given

Covid-19, Preventive measures and vaccination, Students’ role in promoting ‘National Integration’, Internet – Its uses in the field of education,

Covid-19 – advantages and disadvantages of lockdown period, Newspaper, Water pollution, Co-curricular activities in schools , Air pollution, Greener the world — happier the life, Cleanliness and hygiene ,

Save forests, save life, Significance of national festivals , Duties of a citizen , Importance of mass media, Computers, Noise Pollution, National Symbols, Family Planning, Ban of Plastics.

SSLC Maths Model Paper Analysis 2021

AMK
MODEL PAPERS
Paper 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Paper 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Paper 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Paper 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
MODEL PAPER KEY ANSWERS
Maths 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Maths 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
Maths 1  CLICK HERE
Maths 2  CLICK HERE

Analysis of Model Paper 1 and 2 is done Question wise so it help students to Plan their Preparations to achieve Good Scores in Upcoming Exams 

MODEL PAPER 1

The analysis is based on Model Paper 1 by KSEEB from Question number 1 to 38 simultaneously

Question Model Paper 1
MCQ Pair of Linear Equations
MCQ Arithmetic Progression
MCQ Quadratic Equations
MCQ Introduction to Trigonometry
MCQ Co ordinate Geometry
MCQ Circles
MCQ Surface Area and Volume
MCQ Surface Area and Volume
1 Mark Pair of Linear Equations
1 Mark  Quadratic Equations
1 Mark  Introduction to Trigonometry
1 Mark  Triangles
1 Mark  Co ordinate Geometry 
1 Mark  Statistics
1 Mark  Triangles
1 Mark  Surface Area and Volume
2 Marks  Arithmetic Progression
2 Marks  Arithmetic Progressions (Internal Choice)
2 Marks  Pair of Linear Equations
2 Marks  Quadratic Equations
2 Marks  Quadratic Equations (Internal Choice)
2 Marks  Co ordinate Geometry
2 Marks  Construction
2 Marks  Introduction to Trigonometry 
3 Marks  Quadratic Equations (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Introduction to Trigonometry (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Applications of Trigonometry 
3 Marks  Co – Ordinate Geometry
3 Marks  Statistics (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Statistics 
3 Marks  Triangles
3 Marks  Construction 
3 Marks  Surface Area and Volume (Internal Choice)
4 Marks  Pair of Linear Equations
4 Marks  Arithmetic Progression (Internal Choice)
4 Marks  Constructions
4 Marks  Surface Area and Volumes
5 Marks  Surface Area and Volumes 

MODEL PAPER 2

The analysis is based on Model Paper 2 by KSEEB from Question number 1 to 38 simultaneously

Question Model Paper 2
MCQ Pair of Linear Equations
MCQ Arithmetic Progression
MCQ Quadratic Equations
MCQ Introduction to Trigonometry
MCQ Introduction to Trigonometry
MCQ Co ordinate Geometry
MCQ Statistics
MCQ Triangles
1 Mark Pair of Linear Equations
1 Mark  Triangles
1 Mark  Circles
1 Mark  Surface Area and Volume
1 Mark  Surface Area and Volume
1 Mark  Surface Area and Volume
1 Mark  Arithmetic Progression
1 Mark  Introduction to Trigonometry 
2 Marks  Pair of Linear Equations 
2 Marks  Arithmetic Progressions
2 Marks  Arithmetic Progressions
2 Marks  Quadratic Equations
2 Marks  Quadratic Equations (Internal Choice)
2 Marks  Co ordinate Geometry (Internal Choice)
2 Marks  Construction
2 Marks  Introduction to Trigonometry 
3 Marks  Quadratic Equations (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Introduction to Trigonometry (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Applications of Trigonometry 
3 Marks  Co – Ordinate Geometry
3 Marks  Statistics (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Triangles
3 Marks  Surface Area and Volume (Internal Choice)
3 Marks  Statistics
3 Marks  Construction 
4 Marks  Pair of Linear Equations
4 Marks  Arithmetic Progression (Internal Choice)
4 Marks  Surface Area and Volume
4 Marks  Constructions
5 Marks  Triangles 

TARGET PASS

On basis of KSEEB Model Papers 1 And 2 Analysis (Score Easy 37 Marks) by Prepare following Chapters

Chapter   Marks 
Statistics 07
Co – ordinate Geometry 06
Construction 09
Pair of Linear Equations 04
Theorem Proof  07
Graph 04
TOTAL 37

CHAPTERS FOR 3 MARK QUESTIONS

Quadratic Equations 1 Question
Introduction to Trigonometry  1 Question
Applications of Trigonometry  1 Question
Co – Ordinate Geometry 1 Question
Statistics 2 Question
Triangles 1 Question
Surface Area and Volume  1 Question
Construction  1 Question
9 Questions 27 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 4 MARK QUESTIONS

Pair of Linear Equations 1 Question
Arithmetic Progression  1 Question
Constructions 1 Question
Surface Area and Volumes 1 Question
4 Questions 16 Marks

CHAPTERS FOR 5 MARK QUESTIONS

Surface Area and Volume 1 Question
Triangles  1 Question
1 Question 5 Marks

TYPE OF QUESTIONS

Questions Questions
MCQ 8
1 Marks Qns 8
2 Marks Qns 8
3 Marks Qns 9
4 Marks Qns 4
5 Mark Qns 1
38

NUMBER OF MARKS

Questions Marks
MCQ 8
1 Marks Qns 8
2 Marks Qns 16
3 Marks Qns 27
4 Marks Qns 16
5 Mark Qns 5
80

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Level Marks
Easy 24
Average 40
Difficult 16
80
CHAPTER WISE MARKS 
Chapters  Marks 
Pair of Linear Equations 04
Statistics 07
Triangles 09
Circles 04
Introduction to Trigonometry 08
Applications of Trigonometry 03
Surface Area and Volume 10
Construction 09
Arithmetic Progression 10
Quadratic Equations 10
Co ordinate Geometry 06
TOTAL 80

 

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SSLC Social Science Key Points

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POLITICAL SCIENCE  

THE PROBLEMS OF INDIA & THEIR SOLUTIONS

Since Independence India is facing lots of Internal and External Problems, they need to be managed through efficient administration and continuous support of Citizens at Local, State and Central Level.

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UNEMPLOYMENT

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It is a situation where a person does not find work in accordance to his capacity or qualification, As per Census 2011 the poverty rate is 21.9%.

REASONS

Population Explosion

Improved technology

Shortage of Natural resources

Over dependency of Agriculture

Ruined cottage industries

Lack of Skill

STEPS TO OVERCOME

Improve the skill levels of Job aspirants

Providing Loans and Subsidy for Self Employment

Inculcate world class skill to compete with Global market

Provide Job Oriented Courses

CORRUPTION

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It is offering bribe and following any other illegal means to achieve some illegal benefits, has spread to all strata of the society, as misuse of public authority for personal gains, It has now become the contagious disease in personal life, bribery, nepotism, caste favouritism, tax evasion, illegal hoarding, smuggling, economic offences, cheating, violation of international exchange, employment cheating and intentional slowdown of the work are the various forms of Corruption

EFFECTS

It builds negativity in personal and professional life

It damages the economic, social and political life of a country

It leads to crime

It nourish misadministration in Officials Working in Public Sector

The natural human tendency for selfishness, eagerness to fend of personal emergencies and personal gain

Lack of strict supervision and weak legal enforcement

STEPS TO OVERCOME

It can be rooted out only through strong public ethics and morality and personal commitment

Political will and public support is required for tackling

It require ethical political leadership, good officers and politically aware and educated public to eradicate it

Institutions in Karnataka like Lokapal and Lokayuktha are set up to fight corruption

By installing CC TV cameras in Government offices

Increasing efficiency of Government work

Awarding harsh punishment for corrupt officials

Increasing the number of courts and judges to deal with corrupt officials

DISCRIMINATION

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Discrimination on the basis of gender, caste and region is more evident in country since Indian society is made up of patriarchal values, where the role of women and man are discriminated according to the patriarchal values.

Caste system is a gift to Indian political system from the ancient societal system based on Varna,

Regional inequality is like gender and caste inequality, Some regions of the country have achieved a lot of progress while many parts have remained backward, Some regions of the country have achieved a lot of progress while many parts have remained backward, It has grown to such an extent that many are demanding independent state status for themselves

to address the regional imbalances in Karnataka, a committee headed by D.M. Nanjundappa has given special report on various measures needed to solve the regional imbalance in 2002, as per which most backward regions of Karnataka have been accorded special status by adding Article 371(J).

MEASURES TO OVERCOME

Providing reservation in Education and Employment to overcome gender discrimination

Providing reservations in elections of local bodies to overcome gender discrimination (50% reserved for Women in Karnataka)

The right for equality and freedom have been included in the Part-III of the Indian Constitution to overcome caste discrimination

To eradicate caste system the Society has to change and accept it

To remove region discrimination the article 371 has been amended from A to J, to give special status to backward regions

COMMUNALISM

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It is Segregation in the name of religion and creating hatred and cultivating opposite self interests, Political competition, social groupism and economic hatred is expressed in Communalism

EFFECTS

It creates social differences

It develops mutual suspicion and fear situation in the society.

It may damage the integrity and unity of India

It destroys the public and private property

It leads to mutual accusations

It causes physical assaults and other undesirable effects.

It puts self interest ahead of national interest

It disturbs internal peace and order of country

It will spoil the integrity, equality, fraternity and cultural diversity of country

MEASURES TO OVERCOME

Introduce uniform civil code

Bring equality among all the citizens

Supporting secular values in the society

Transcending narrow thoughts in favour of national interests

Foster the faiths of all people and develop healthy national thoughts

citizens should commit themselves for a secular society.

STATUS OF WOMEN

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Jhansi Rani Lakshmibai, Kitturu Rani Chenamma, Aniebesant, Kasturba Gandhi, Savithribai Phule, Sarojini Naidu are some of the memorable women freedom fighters to fought bravely for the Independence of our country, Now women are seen in medical, teaching, engineering, pilot, astronaut, police, politics, military and other areas, many women like Indira Gandhi (Prime Minister) / Pratibha Patil (President of India) and other have performed successfully various roles as ambassadors, governors, ministers, chief ministers and many others influential positions

REASONS 

Poverty

Social Customs like Child Marriages, Dowry & other

Illiteracy

MEASURES TO OVERCOME

To improve women’s education and status Government has started Women and Child Development Department

Curb child marriage system

Dowry prohibition act

Compulsory Education

Formation of self help groups

Women’s commissions have been established at national and state level

Reservations for women at state, national legislature bodies and Government Recruitment

Karnataka has implemented ‘Stree Shakti’ programme through which self help groups of women are formed and fostered as the means of social progress

TERRORISM

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It is also called as extremism, a method putting pressure on a government, its bases on political ideologies, religious faiths and ideological beliefs creates a lot loss for the individuals as well as communities. Some of the terrorist anti national and anti social acts are Bringing down of world trade centre in USA, bomb attacks on Bali in Indonesia, bombing various cities in France, Britain, that are the reason for worries at international level, they targets civilians of the country, military bases, and also targets specific communities with specific languages, religion, race and skin colour to create maximum terror among them, They seek to spread their goals along with violence. To attain their targeted aims they also use tactics like suicide bombing, kidnapping innocent people

TERRORISM IN India

Terrorism is and was there in states like Nagaland, Manipur, Kashmir, Punjab and other places. There was attack on Taj Hotel in Mumbai on November 26, 2008, attack on Parliament, Our neighbouring countries like Pakistan and China are accused of supporting and aiding terrorism in our country, to terrorism India has lost lives of Gandhiji, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi

EFFECTS

It creates a loss for the individuals as well as communities

It creates psychological pain and influences the cultural aspects negatively

It feeds on fear of the people.

MEASURES TO OVERCOME

The Special elite forces to tackle terrorists been created

CORPORATE STRATEGY

It is defined as a group administrative measure undertaken by a company to achieve a premeditated target, it’s the biggest challenge in front of Indian society since the beginning of 21st century, the main aim of it is to plan strategies that can maximising the profits of the company and influence the decisions of the governments

Through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) they can be employed to alleviate social problems like poverty, malnutrition, health, skill training and many other aspects of society

GEOGRAPHY KEY POINTS

INDIA – PHYSIOGRAPHY

On the basis of physiography India can be divided into four major divisions

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NORTHERN MOUNTAINS

They consists of  highest mountain ranges in the world

In India they extend for 2400 kms from the Indus gorge in the west to the Brahmaputra gorge in the east 

There width varies from 240 to 320 kms

They are broader in the west and narrower in the east.

They cover an area of about 5 lakh km2

They consists of three parallel ranges

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GREATER HIMALAYAS

They are the inner most, continuous and highest ranges

The average height of range located in it is 6100 mts

The highest peak in the world Mt. Everest (8848mts) is Located in it

They are called HIMADRI as throughout year they covered with snow

Gangotri and Yamunotri glaciers are situated in it

Passes like Burzil, Zoji-la, Shipki-la are located in it

The mountains lying to the north west of the Himadri are called Trans Himalayas.

The highest peak in the India Mt. Godwin Austen is Located in it

OTHER PEAKS LOCATED 

Mountain Peak Height
Kanchenjunga 8586 mts
Makalu 8481 mts
Dhaulagiri 8172 mts
Manaslu 8156 mts

LESSER HIMALAYAS

They are located to the south of the Greater Himalayas

They are also known as ‘Himachal

There ranges vary from 60 to 80 kms wide and 1500 to 4500 mts high

The Pir Panjal, the Dhaula Dhar, the Nagatiba, the Mussoorie, the Mahabharat and the Darjeeling ranges are located in it

They consist of Valleys like Kashmir valley, Kangra valley, Kulu valley

The famous hill stations, such as Shimla, Ranikhet, Mussorie, Nainital and Darjeeling are located in it.

SIWALIK HILLS

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They are the outermost ranges or foothills located to the south of the main Himalayas.

They are also known as ‘Outer Himalaya’.

There ranges vary from 600 to 1500 mts wide and 15 to 150 Kms high

They extend from Jammu and Kashmir in the west to Arunachal Pradesh in the east

They have flat-bottom, longitudinal structure valleys, which are known as ‘Doons’

IMPORTANCE 

They act as natural frontiers and prevent foreign invasion

They prevent the cold winds from central Asia

They obstruct the rain bearing winds and causes heavy rainfall.

Their slopes have thick forests and are ideal for plantation crops like Tea

THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAIN

They lie between the Himalayas and the peninsular plateau of India

They are formed by the depositional work of three river systems namely the Sutluj, the Ganga and the Brahmaputra

They are the largest alluvial soil tract in the world

There ranges vary from 240 to 340 kms in width and 2500 kms in Length 

They covers an area of about 7 lakh sq kms

IMPORTANCE 

They are suitable for irrigation and agriculture as it has pernnial rivers and vast fertile alluvial soil

They are useful for industrialization, urbanization and trade

Many Pilgrim centres are located in it 

THE PENINSULAR PLATEAU

They are the largest physical divisions of India and consist of Oldest Landmass 

They lie to the south of the Great Plains and occupies about 16 lakh sq.kms

They are bounded by many hills and plateaus namely the Aravalli, Vindhyas, Satpuras, Western Ghats, Eatern Ghats, Chotanagapur ranges, Deccan plateau, Malwa plateau

THE ARAVALLI RANGE

They are oldest fold mountain, they lies to the northwest

The highest peak Guru Shikhar (1772mts) is located on the Abu hills of the Aravalli range.

THE VINDHYAN RANGE

They form the the Northern edge of the Narmada Valley

The Satpura range runs in an east – west direction south of the Vindhyas, in between the Narmada and the Tapi rivers

WESTERN GHATS

They are the continuous range running parallel to the west coast of India from the Tapi valley to Kanyakumari

They are also known as the Sahyadri’s.

They are very steep on the western side and smooth on the eastern side.

They have important passes like Borghat, Talghat and Palghat

EASTERN GHATS

They run parallel to the east coast of India&  extend from the Mahanadi Valley in the north, towards the Niligiri hills in the south where they join the Western Ghats

The highest peak located in the Eastern Ghats is ‘Armakonda’.

They are lower than the Western Ghats and are not continuous

DECCAN PLATEAU

They are bounded by Satpur and the Vindhyas in North West, Western Ghats in West, Eastern Ghats in East, Mahadev and Maikal ranges in North and Chotanagapur plateau in North East

IMPORTANCE 

They are rich in Minerals & consist of thick forests 

They are covered with black soil and useful for agriculture

They are the birth place of many south Indian rivers

They have hill stations like Ootty (Udagamandalam)

THE COASTAL PLAINS

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They extend from the Rann of Kutch in the west to the delta of the Ganga in the east, they are divided into 2  Parts Western Coastal Plain and Eastern Coastal Plain

WESTERN COASTAL PLAINS

They lie between the Western Ghats and the Arabian sea, They extend from the Rann of Kutch to Kanyakumari and divided into 3 regions

The Konkan coast which lies to the south of the Gujarat plain, extends from Daman to Goa

The Karnataka coast which extends from Goa to Mangaluru

The Malabar coast, which extends from Mangaluru to Kanyakumari.

EASTERN COASTAL PLAINS

They extend from the north of river Subarnarekha to Kanyakumari.

They lie between the Eastern Ghats and the Bay of Bengal

The eastern coastal plain is divided into two Parts the Northern Circar which lies to the north of river Krishna and the southern part which is called Coromandal coast

IMPORTANCE 

They consist of Natural harbours like Mumbai, Marmagoa, Kochi, Vishakhpatnam, Kolkata that help to carry foreign trade

They are useful for fishing, shipbuilding, agriculture and production of salt.

They have beaches that attract tourists and backwaters are useful for navigation

ISLANDS

India has about 247 Islands, out of it 204 are Located in the Bay of Bengal and 43 in the Arabian sea

The Andaman and Nicobar islands are located in the Bay of Bengal

The Lakshadweep islands formed by Corals are located in the Arabian sea

HISTORY KEY POINTS

THE EXTENSION OF THE BRITISH RULE

Through Battle of Plassey and Buxar British gained full control over Bengal, most of eastern part was under control of British by 1765, now they wanted to hold supremacy towards Southern and Northern region because they were dominant part of India, Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan of Mysore along with Peshwas of Marathas were the only impediments in the path of expansion for the British, to expand their empire they fought three Anglo-Maratha wars, four Anglo-Mysore wars and two Anglo-Sikh wars.

First Anglo Maratha War

Consequences of War

Shah Alam-II was got back to the throne of Mughal Empire in Delhi by Marathas

After defeat to British in Battle of Buxar Shah Alam II was under control of British 

Shah Alam II gave Kora and Allahabad to Marathas which were given earlier to British

After death of Madhav Rao Peshwa his younger brother Narayanrao came to power, he was murdered by his uncle Raghobha (Ragunatha Rao) that led to infighting 

Maratha federation brought Madhav Rao II the minor son of Narayana Rao to the post of Peshwa

Raghobha (Ragunatha Rao) approached British for support 

The war broke out beetween Marathas and the British, in which Allahabad was lost to British 

War got ended with treaty of Salbai Agreement and Madhav Rao II was named as the Peshwa.

Second Anglo Maratha War

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Consequences of War

The major reason for the war was differences among the Maratha Chieftains

There was enmity between Yeshwanth Rao of Holkar family and Daulth Rao of Sindhia family to establish control over Peshwa Balaji Rao II

In 1802, the army of Holkar defeated the armies of Scindia and the Peshwa

Peshwa took help of British, they entered theSubsidiary Alliance system by accepting the Treaty of Bassein

Maratha families like Holkar, Gwalior and Bhonsle formed an alliance and opposed the Treaty of Bassein

Lord Wellesley defeated the armies of various Maratha families

Lord Wellesley was criticised for his policy and he returned back, that led to end of war 

Third Anglo Maratha War

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Consequences of War

The Peshwa attempted to free himself from the clutches of the British 

Peshwa attacked the British Residency in Poona and brunt it down

Appa Saheb of Nagpur and Malhar Rao Holkar rebelled against the British and were supressed

Peshwa Baji Rao II fought against the British at Koregaon and Ashti and later surrendered to the British

British abolished the Peshwa post and granted a pension to Baji Rao II.

British named Pratapa simha, the descendant of Shivaji as the ruler of Satara and made him traditional ruler of Maratha 

Anglo Sikh Wars

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Consequences of War

After the death of King Ranjith Singh in 1839 a political anarchy broke out in Punjab

The British by violating the Treaty of friendship attempted to invade Punjab 

In a war between British and sikhs, sensing danger Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims got together to defeat the British.

Due to few traitor leaders they got defeated by British and Signed an Lahore Agreement in 1846

Sikhs led by ‘Chattar Singh Attariwala’ in Lahore and ‘Moolraj’ in Multan opposed the attempts by the British to rule Punjab directly

Again the Sikhs were defeated and Lord Dalhousie merged the state of Punjab with the British Empire

Subsidiary Alliance (1798)

To expand the British Empire in India Lord Wellesley followed three policies : Subsidiary Alliance, Waging war against new states and administering the states directly that were under the control of the British, Hyderabad was the first state to enter Subsidiary Alliance agreement

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Conditions

British Army to be kept in Kingdom of Indian King

The Kingdom had to bear the expenses of the army and the wages of soldiers, and also need to give certain revenue lands 

British Resident should be allowed in court of King

Without permission of British the King should not appoint any other European

The permission of the Governor General was mandatory is to enter into any agreement or pact with any Indian state

In the return the Company would offer  protection to the state from any internal or external aggression

Doctrine of Lapse 

In 1848 the Governor General Dalhousie made an attempt to integrate Indian princely states with the British Empire through his Doctrine of Lapse policy, he used this policy as an Political weapon, Many kings rebelled against it and finally led to Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 

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Conditions

“If any Indian ruler died childless, his adopted children had no legal right over the throne”, Such state merged with the British Empire

Princely states like, Satara, Nagpur, Sambalpur, Udaipur, Jhansi, Jaitpur came under this policy

SSLC Exam 2021

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SSLC Social Science (Kannada Medium) Chapter Wise Unit Test Papers (As per reduced Syllabus) – Prepared by the Sri Balesh Veerabadra Hattargi, GHS Hirnaganva, Basavakalyan, to download CLICK HERE

SSLC Mathematics (Kannada Medium) Chapter Wise Unit Test Papers (As per reduced Syllabus) – Prepared by the Basavaraj Manole, GHS Hirnaganva, Basavakalyan, to download CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS KEY ANSWERS

SSLC Model Papers 2021 Key Answers of (Paper 1 and 2 Released by KSEEB)

Kannada 1 & 2 CLICK HERE
English 1  CLICK HERE
English 2  CLICK HERE
Hindi 1  CLICK HERE
Hindi 2  CLICK HERE
Maths 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Maths 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
Maths 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Maths 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Science 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Science 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Social 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Social 2 (KM) CLICK HERE

PASSING PACKAGE

SSLC Social Science (Kannada Medium) Passing Package – Prepared by the GHS, Hootagalli, Mysuru to download CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS key

SSLC 2nd Language English Model Papers 2021 Key Answers – Prepared by the Avani J C, Vinod Sir’s Deepam Classes, Chitradurga

English 1  CLICK HERE
English 2  CLICK HERE

PASSING PACKAGE

SSLC Mathematics (English Medium) Super 40 Passing Package – Prepared by the T Shivakumar, MMDRS, Harapanahalli, to download CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS key

SSLC 3rd Language Model Papers 2021 Key Answers – Prepared by the Avani J C, Vinod Sir’s Deepam Classes, Chitradurga

Hindi 1  CLICK HERE
Hindi 2  CLICK HERE

PASSING PACKAGE 

SSLC Social Science (Kannada Medium) Passing Package 2020 – 21 Prepared by Basavaraj Hugara, GHS, Hanavala, Gangavathi, Koppala, to download CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS key

SSLC 1st Language Kannada Model Papers 2021 Key Answers – Prepared by the Avani J C, Vinod Sir’s Deepam Classes, Chitradurga

Kannada 1  CLICK HERE
Kannada 2  CLICK HERE

Social (UM) PASSING PACKAGE 

SSLC Social Science (Urdu Medium) Passing Package 2020 – 21 Prepared by Mohammed Azam Basavakalyan, to download CLICK HERE

HINDI PASSING PACKAGE 

SSLC 3rd Language Hindi Passing Package 2020 – 21 Prepared by A Y Allauddin, GHS, Malagatti, Shorapur, Yadgiri, to download CLICK HERE

SCIENCE NOTES

SSLC Science – Physics (English Medium) Notes Prepared by Vivek N S Hadavanahalli, Holenarsaipura, Hassan, to download CLICK HERE

1st Lang Kannada

1st Language Kannada Complete Chapters Notes with Grammar, Prepared by DDPI Office, Bangalore South ,  to download CLICK HERE

2nd Lang English

2nd Language English  70% reduced Syllabus, as per the prescribed syllabus for Exam 2021, to download CLICK HERE

2nd Language English  Notes – Prepared by – Shashi Kumar M, Sri Satya Sai Shaaradaniketanam, Mandya , to download CLICK HERE

2nd Language English  Notes – Prepared by – Kantappa G B , VPSGHS, Hullikatte, Davangere North , to download CLICK HERE

2nd Lang English Important Essay topics  

As per the Model Papers 2021 released by KSEEB, Essay Carry 5 Marks, to help students prepare for Examination list of most likely essays been given

Covid-19, Preventive measures and vaccination, Students’ role in promoting ‘National Integration’, Internet – Its uses in the field of education,

Covid-19 – advantages and disadvantages of lockdown period, Newspaper, Water pollution, Co-curricular activities in schools , Air pollution, Greener the world — happier the life, Cleanliness and hygiene ,

Save forests, save life, Significance of national festivals , Duties of a citizen , Importance of mass media, Computers, Noise Pollution, National Symbols, Family Planning, Ban of Plastics, for important essays prepared by Rakesh Jigali, Janta Girls High school, Hangal CLICK HERE

Clarification regarding SSLC Exam pattern 2021 released 

Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has released the clarification regarding conducting SSLC Examination 2021, Amidst COVID 19 pandemic the regular classes for students of 10th std started from 1st January 2021,

As in the media the news been reported that this year Number of Multiple Choice Questions will be increase,

But the Board has given clarification that Examination will be based on the Model Papers released by the SSLC Board, for more details CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS 2021 

SSLC 2nd Language and 3rd Language  Model Papers released by KSEEB, Karnataka

2nd Language
English 1 CLICK HERE
English 2 CLICK HERE
Kannada 1 CLICK HERE
Kannada 2 CLICK HERE
3rd Language
Hindi 1 CLICK HERE
Hindi 2 CLICK HERE
Kannada 1 CLICK HERE
Kannada 2 CLICK HERE
English 1 CLICK HERE
English 2 CLICK HERE
Sanskrit 1 CLICK HERE
Sanskrit 2 CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS 

SSLC 1st Language Kannada 3 Set Model Papers along with Key Answers Prepared by the N Nagaraju, GHs, Railway Work colony, Mysore, to download CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS 2021

SSLC English and Kannada Medium all Subjects Model Papers released by KSEEB, Karnataka

FIRST LANGUAGE
Kannada 1 CLICK HERE
Kannada 2 CLICK HERE
Urdu 1 CLICK HERE
Urdu 2 CLICK HERE
English 1 CLICK HERE
English 2 CLICK HERE
Hindi 1 CLICK HERE
Hindi 2 CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS key

SSLC Science Model Papers Key Answers (English Medium) Prepared by the Avani J C, Vinod Sir’s Deepam Classes, Chitradurga

Science 1  CLICK HERE
Science 2  CLICK HERE

PASSING PACKAGE

SSLC 1st Language Urdu Passing Package (As per reduced syllabus) Prepared by the Urdu Teachers Forum, Davangere, to download CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPER

SSLC 2nd Language English 5 Set Model Papers Prepared by the English Language Teachers Forum, Bagalkot, to download CLICK HERE

ACTION PLAN

SSLC All Subjects 100 Days Action Plan Prepared by the DDPI and DSERT, Bidar, to download CLICK HERE

SSLC Final Exam time table 2021 released

Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar announced that the Final SSLC Examination will be held from 21st June to 5th July 2021

21.06.2021 1st Language
24.06.2021 Mathematics
28.06.2021 Science
30.06.2021 3rd Language
02.07.2021 2nd Language
05.07.2021 Social

STUDY MATERIALS 2021

To Guide the Students get prepare for upcoming Examinations which are Scheduled to be held from 14th June all the best resources prepared by Subject Experts are being Provided here (All Subjects and All Mediums)

PLACES TO LOACTE 

List of Important Places to practice for upcoming SSLC Examination 2021, the Map carries 5 Marks (1 Mark for Outline and 4 Marks to locate places)

Govinda Panth Vallabha Sagar, Tea port of India, Malabar Coast, River Narmada, Tungabhadra Project, Delhi, Chatrapathi Shivaji International Airport, Nilgiris, 82 1/20 East Longitude, Bhakra Nangal Project,

Mumbai High, 23 1/20 North Longitude, Mumbai High, Govinda Sagar, Tuticorin, Kandla, Digboi, Kanyakumari, Indira Col, River Kaveri, Nagarjuna Sagar Project, Kochi, Bhadravati, Utkal Coast, Tungabhadra Project,

Coromandel Coast, Narmada Valley Project, Damodar River Valley, Nagarjunasagar project, Hatti Gold Mines, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricon, Vishakhapatnam, Chambal River Project, Patkai Bum, River Yamuna.

MODEL PAPERS key

SSLC Kannada Medium Social Science Model Papers Key Answers Prepared by the Mithun T K, Vinod Sir’s Deepam Classes, Chitradurga

Social 1  CLICK HERE
Social 2  CLICK HERE

SSLC English Medium Social Science Model Papers Key Answers Prepared by the Avani J C, Vinod Sir’s Deepam Classes, Chitradurga

Social 1  CLICK HERE
Social 2  CLICK HERE

SSLC Kannada Medium Mathematics Model Papers Key Answers Prepared by the A B Babannavara, Bharatesh Composite College, Bellada Bagevadi, Hukkeri, Belagavi

Maths 1  CLICK HERE
Maths 2  CLICK HERE

SCIENCE DIAGRAMS

As per the Analysis of SSLC Model Papers 1 and 2 released by KSEEB out of 80 Marks question Paper the Diagrams carry 15 to 17 Marks, List of All Diagrams as per prescribed syllabus

English Medium CLICK HERE
Kannada Medium CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS 2021

SSLC English and Kannada Medium all Subjects Model Papers released by KSEEB, Karnataka

Maths 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Maths 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Maths 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Maths 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
Science 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Science 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Science 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Science 2 (KM) CLICK HERE
Social 1 (EM) CLICK HERE
Social 2 (EM) CLICK HERE
Social 1 (KM) CLICK HERE
Social 2 (KM) CLICK HERE

PARIKSHA VANI

SSLC English and Kannada Medium all Subjects Revision Classes 2020 by DSERT, Karnataka

English Medium CLICK HERE
Kannada Medium CLICK HERE
QP Analysis  CLICK HERE

ACTION PLAN

All Subjects Action Plan 2020 – 21, Prepared by DSERT, DDPI Office, Vijayapura, to download CLICK HERE

NOTES by KREIS

English CLICK HERE
Hindi CLICK HERE
Maths (EM) CLICK HERE
Science (EM) CLICK HERE
Social (EM) CLICK HERE

Mathematics (Kannada Medium) Passing Package, Prepared by Basavaraja M Manoole, GHS, Hiranaganva, Basavakalyan, to download CLICK HERE

REVISION NOTES

Science CLICK HERE
Social CLICK HERE
Maths CLICK HERE

2nd Lang English Passing Package, Prepared by Dhareppa K Ragati, GHS Arjanal (RMSA) to download CLICK HERE

Science (English Medium) Minimum Scoring Package, Prepared by Shaik Malik, Bengaluru North, to download CLICK HERE

ACTION PLAN

Social Science Action Plan, Prepared by Srinivasa H K, GHS, Budanur, Hadakali, Bellari, to download CLICK HERE

Mathematics Action Plan, Prepared by Ranganath and Andesh Nidgundi GHS Arahalli, Gangavathi, to download CLICK HERE

English Action Plan, Prepared by Ashfaq Thabraze, GHS, Kattaya, Hassan to download CLICK HERE

HINDI MATERIALS

Study Materials (2020 – 21) for 10th std Hindi Subject : Prepared by Sree Lakshmi T

Passing Package CLICK HERE
Notes CLICK HERE
FA 1 CLICK HERE
Fa 2 CLICK HERE
Fa 3 CLICK HERE
FA 4 CLICK HERE
Blue Print (FA 1 to 4) CLICK HERE

SUPPORT MATERIAL

Science (EM) CLICK HERE
Maths (EM) CLICK HERE
Science (UM) CLICK HERE
Maths (UM) CLICK HERE

REFERENCE MATERIAL

Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry  CLICK HERE
Biology CLICK HERE

Science (English Medium) All Chapters wise & Topic Wise Revision Notes, Prepared by Oswaal, to download CLICK HERE

Social Science (Kannada Medium) Passing Package, Prepared by Ganesh Mogaveer, GHS, Saanur, Karkala Taluk, Udupi,  to download CLICK HERE

Science (Kannada Medium) Chapter Wise Notes, Prepared by DDPI Office, Bangalore South,  to download CLICK HERE

1st Language Kannada Handbook, Prepared by DDPI Office, Hassan & Teachers Association ,  to download CLICK HERE

3rd Language Hindi Chapter Wise Question Bank, Prepared by BEO Office, Bangalore North,  to download CLICK HERE

1st Language Urdu, Passing Packages Prepared by Dr Hazrath Bilal M Inamdar, GUHS, Maddebihal, Bijapur

Target 40 CLICK HERE
Mazil ka Chirag CLICK HERE

1st Language Kannada Chapter wise Unit Test Papers, Prepared by Nagarajappa, GHS, Kattehakallu, Teertahalli Taluk ,  to download CLICK HERE

Social Science (English Medium) Chapter wise Notes (Key to Success), Prepared by Social Welfare Department, KRIES,  to download CLICK HERE

Social Science (Kannada Medium) Chapter wise Most Likely Questions for Exam 2021, Prepared by Lakshmikanth D, Mamadapura, GHS, Kolali,  to download CLICK HERE 

Science Chapter Wise Questions prepared by DDPI Office, Kolar district 

Eng Medium CLICK HERE
Kan Medium CLICK HERE

Mathematics Chapter Wise Questions prepared by DDPI Office, Kolar district 

Eng Medium CLICK HERE
Kan Medium CLICK HERE

Mathematics (Target 40) 8 Set of Model Question Papers (Revised Syllabus) Prepared by Hassan Taluk, Mathematics Forum

Eng Medium CLICK HERE
Kan Medium CLICK HERE

1st Language Kannada Model Question Paper (Revised Syllabus) with Blue Print and Key Answers, Prepared by Raveesh Kumar.B, State Resource Person, Mysore, to download CLICK HERE 

Science (Kannada Medium) simplified Notes, Prepared by Raghavendra V T, GHS Komanalu, Shivamoga, to download CLICK HERE 

2nd Language English Notes (All Chapters) as per the revised Syllabus, Prepared by Kanthappa G B, VSPGHS Hulikatte, Davangere North, to download CLICK HERE 

Exam Time Table 2021

Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board has released time table for SSLC Annual Exam 2021, As per the schedule released Exams will commence from 14th June to 25th June 2021, For Complete Time Table CLICK HERE

14.06.2021 1st Lang
16.06.2021 Mathematics
18.06.2021 2nd Lang
21.06.2021 Science
23.06.2021 3rd Lang
25.06.2021 Social

PASSING PACKAGES 

1st Language KANNADA 

Passing Package 1 – Prepared by DDPI Office, Hassan District CLICK HERE

Passing Package 2 – Prepared by Tanama CLICK HERE

Passing Package 3- Prepared by Ranganath N valmiki, GHS, Kalgattaki, Dharwad CLICK HERE

Passing Package 4- Prepared by Anand Guru, GHS Angondahalli, Mulbagal Taluk, Kolar District CLICK HERE

3rd Language KANNADA

Passing Package 1- Prepared by Savithri Ishwar Bhatt CLICK HERE

Passing Package 2- Prepared by NKS English High School, Bangalore CLICK HERE

2nd Language ENGLISH 

Passing Package 1- Prepared by Basavaraj A M, TLR Chakrasali GHS, Kunchuru CLICK HERE

Passing Package 2 – Yasho kirana – Prepared by BEO office, Bangalore North District CLICK HERE

Passing Package 3 – Prepared by Raghavendra E Horabylu, GHS Batlahalli, Chintamani CLICK HERE

Passing Package 4 – Prepared by DDPI Ofice, Madhugiri CLICK HERE

3rd Language HINDI

Passing Package 1 – Prepared by Hindi Teachers Forum, Yadgiri CLICK HERE

Passing Package 2 – Prepared by Hindi teachers Forum, Shivamogga CLICK HERE

Passing Package 3 – Prepared by DSERT Raibagh CLICK HERE

Passing Package 4- Prepared by BEO office, Bangalore North District  CLICK HERE

Passing Package 5- Prepared by Anwaruddin Sanadi, GHS Nagashettikoppa CLICK HERE

MATHEMATICS

Passing Package 1 KM –  Nanna Shakti CLICK HERE

Passing Package 2 EM – Uttar Uttanga – Prepared by DDPI Office, Bangalore North CLICK HERE

Passing Package 3 KM – Prepared by Y H Basavalingappa CLICK HERE

Passing Package 4 EM – Prepared by DDPI Office, Davangere CLICK HERE

SCIENCE 

Passing Package 1 EM – Yasho kirana- Prepared by BEO office, Bangalore North District CLICK HERE

Passing Package 2 UM – Prepared by TEM Urdu Science Group CLICK HERE

Passing Package 3 EM – Yashassu – Prepared by DDPI Office, Ramanagara CLICK HERE

Passing Package 4 KM – Spoorthi – Prepared by DDPI Office, Bangalore South CLICK HERE

Passing Package 5 KM – Prepared by B S Girish, GHS, Vaddagere, Madhugiri District CLICK HERE

SOCIAL SCIENCE 

Passing Package 1 KM -Prepared by BEO office, Bangalore North District CLICK HERE

Passing Package 2 EM – Prepared by DDPI Office, Bangalore South CLICK HERE

Passing Package 3 EM – Prepared by Praveen Kumar Banagar, Adarsha Vidyalaya, Muddebihal CLICK HERE

Passing Package 4 KM – Prepared by Social Teachers Forum Basavakalyan CLICK HERE

Passing Package 5 KM – Prepared by Social Teachers Forum, Ballari CLICK HERE

Passing Package 6 KM – Prepared by S B Helavar and M D Mathapati CLICK HERE

SSLC Results 2020

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Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) was started in year 1966. It conducts 10th Class Board Examination across the state and also conduct 12 other Examinations like Karnataka Open School Exams (KOS), Diploma in Education and other, KSSEB has its headquarters atat Malleshwaram, Bangalore 

To Check SSLC results 2020 using your Register Number CLICK HERE  

Karnataka state Education Minister S Suresh Kumar announced that SSLC Results announced by KSEEB today 10th August 2020 by 3pm on official website, Meanwhile Department of Education has Send results of Passed Students to their Registered Phone Numbers through SMS, Amidst surge in COVID 19 Pandemic across the state SSLC Exams were conduced succesfully by taking into consideration all safety measure from 25th June to 3rd July 2020, Due to COVID 19 Pandemic Exams that had been schedule in March were postponed earlier, this year arrangements were made for evaluation of Answer Scripts at District centres

STEPS TO CHECK RESULTS

  • Visit the official website
  • Click on the link  ‘Karnataka SSLC result’ on the homepage
  • Enter your Register Number and Press SUBMIT button
  • Result sheet will be displayed
  • Download the copy and take print out for further reference

Around 8.5 lakh students appear Every year for the SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) Examination which is usually conducted every year in month of March/April , The Board conducts supplementary Examination for the students who get failed in March / April Examination, Approximately Every year around 2.20 lakh students take the supplementary examination in the Month of June,

But Amidst Surge in COVID 19 cases across the country this year the Examination was postponed and later it was conducted in the Month of July, from the year 2017 – 18 KSEEB has digitalized complete SSLC Examination Process from Registration of Students for Exams, Verification of details, Download of Admit Cards, 

SSLC Exam for the year 2020 was conducted as per norms of CCE (Continuous and Comphrehensive Evaluation) where Marks Scored by Students in 4 Formative Assessment Exams conducted in months of July, September, December, February are Calculated and reduced to 10% of the Score, the internal Exam marks are entered online, doing away with the earlier process of sending internal marks through OMR Sheets, this is done to save the time and also avoid the  possible wrong scanning in case of faulty shadings while entering manually  

SSLC Examination is Conducted for 625 Marks (1st Language subject for 125 Marks and other 5 Subjects for 100 Marks) as per CCE 125 Marks are allotted for Formative Assessment that is considered as internal marks and uploaded online by Subject Teachers after doing Evaluation School wise by taking into consideration students performance in Formative Assessment Test and Activities, 500 Marks Summative Assessment Exam is Conducted (1st Language Subject for 100 Marks and other 5 Subjects for 80 Marks), To get Pass they is No Minimum Marks to score in Formative Assessment but in Summative Assessment out of 100 Marks they need to score 35 marks and out of 80 marks they need to score 28 Marks, Overall the total score should be 35% of the Marks

Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) released the Model Key Answers of Examination conducted in the Month of June / July 2020, Students can verify subject wise their performance 

MODEL KEY ANSWERS 2020

1st Lang Kannada CLICK HERE
1st Lang Urdu CLICK HERE
1st Lang English CLICK HERE
2nd Lang English CLICK HERE
2nd Lang Kannada CLICK HERE
3rd Lang Hindi CLICK HERE
3rd Lang Kannada CLICK HERE
3rd Lang Urdu CLICK HERE
Mathematics
English Medium CLICK HERE
Kannada Medium CLICK HERE
Kannada Medium CLICK HERE
Science 
English Medium PHY / CHE / BIO
Kannada Medium PHY / CHE / BIO
Kannada Medium PHY / CHE / BIO
Social Science 
English Medium CLICK HERE
Kannada Medium CLICK HERE
Kannada Medium CLICK HERE

SSLC Students who get fail in March / April Examinations that were conducted this year from 25th June to 3rd July 2020 are no need to panic as once the SSLC Results are announced Students are given option for Revaluation, Retotalling of Marks, They can apply online, Pay Fees and get Download the Scanned Copy of their Answer Scripts, After getting the Scanned Copy compare your answers with the Model Answers released by Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) and reapply for revaluation for which specified dates will be announced 

SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMS

 Every year for the Students who get failed in Annual March / April Exams the Supplementary Exams are conducted in Month of June so that the students doesn’t loose the academic year, Meanwhile this year due to rise in coronavirus cases across the country the Exams were postponed and later held in June / July 2020, as per the confirmed sources this year the Supplementary Exams will be conduced in Month of September, the students can reapply for the Supplementary Exams by paying Subject wise Exam fees (Details will be provided Here once results are out), as per the changed Guidelines failed students have option to attempt the failed subject for 6 attempts, if they fail to clear in the prescribed attempts then they have to appear for exams as Fresh Student and write all the 6 subjects even though they had passed few subjects in their previous attempts