Online preparatory exams for SSLC, PUC students

For linguistic inclusion, there will be two sets of question papers for both English and Kannada medium students

GN Bureau | January 21, 2014



According to a media report, Exams 24x7.com in collaboration with the department of education, Karnataka government will organize free online preparatory examinations for secondary school leaving certificate (SSLC) and pre-university course (PUC) students in Udupi.
 
The report published in The Times of India said that till 2013, the facility was offered only to PUC students and about 4,000 students took the online tests last year. This year, the facility will be extended to SSLC students.
 
According to the report, for linguistic inclusion, there would be two sets of question papers for both English and Kannada medium students. The solved papers with the right answers will be made available to students soon after the examinations.

For PUC II students preparatory examinations are available in science and commerce streams. The website will also offer free online mock tests for CET, AIPMT(NEET) and IBPS.

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