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Kerala SSLC, HSE 2024: Exam Time Table out; Exams Begin From March 1

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Kerala SSLC, HSE 2024: Exam Time Table out; Exams Begin From March 1
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The board exams for the Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) and Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) in Kerala have been scheduled for 2024. The timetable states that the Kerala Plus One Board Exam will begin on March 1 and the Kerala SSLC Exam will begin on March 4.

In Kerala, the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, the Class 10, Class 12 board exams will be held in 2024. The State Curriculum Framework draft will be made public on September 21, according to the education department.

Kerala SSLC exam 2024 would be held between 9.30 AM and 11.15 AM and 9.30 AM to 12.15 PM for various topics, according to the exam schedule.

The evaluation process for the Kerala HSE practical exam will start on January 22, 2024, according to the board. Subjects without practicals for students in Class 12 will be held from 9.30 AM to 12.15 PM with a 15-minute cool down period.

Kerala SSLC: Exam Dates 2024

First language – part 1March 4
EnglishMarch 6
MathematicsMarch 11
First language – part 2March 13
PhysicsMarch 15
HindiMarch 18
General KnowledgeMarch 18
ChemistryMarch 20
BiologyMarch 22
Social ScienceMarch 25

Exam times for disciplines with practicals will be from 9.30 AM to 11.45 AM, with the exception of biology and music. Students taking the biology and music exams should be aware that they will be held from 9.30 AM to 11.55 AM.

The evaluation process for the Kerala HSE practical exam will start on January 22, 2024, according to the board. The Kerala Plus Two Model Exams 2023 will also be offered in morning and afternoon sessions from February 15 to February 21, 2024. The Kerala SSLC model examinations for 2024 will take place from February 19 to February 23.

Kerala Plus: Two Time Table 2024

Physics, sociology, anthropologyMarch 1
Home science, Gandhian studies, philosophy, journalism, computer science, statisticsMarch 5
Mathematics, Part III languages, Sanskrit SastraMarch 7
Chemistry, history, Islamic history and culture, business studies, communicative EnglishMarch 14
Geography, music, social work, geology, accountancyMarch 16
Biology, electronics, political science, Sanskrit Sahithya, computer application, English literatureMarch 19
 March 21
Part I English, Part II languages, computer science and information technologyMarch 23
Economics, electronic systemsMarch 26

Details Included In Kerala SSLC Time Table 2024

The schedule contains certain crucial details that students should be aware of prior to the exam. The following is a list of the specifics that are listed on the schedule:

  • Name of the Conducting Body for Each Respective Class Exam
  • Examination Day and Examination Date
  • a list of topics
  • Subject Code Examination Schedule
  • Several Important Directions

Important Information for the Kerala SSLC Exam in 2024

Students must be aware of the relevant information regarding exams. Following are the points:

  • A total of three hours and fifteen minutes will be allotted to the student, of which fifteen minutes will be used just for reading the question paper.
  • A student will have three hours to attempt the question paper’s answers.
  • It is recommended that candidates arrive at the exam site 30 minutes prior to reporting time.
  • On the day of the exam, the students must present their admit card or hall ticket.

How to Prepare for the Kerala Board SSLC Exams in 2024?

Candidates who plan to take the class 10 board test should put in a lot of effort to do well. Here are a few preparatory suggestions for the same:

  • Students should create an appropriate study schedule.
  • They must concentrate to cover the full curriculum before concentrating to solve the question papers from the previous year.
  • Give each subject time for preparation. You can achieve a high overall score by doing well in each topic.
  • Don’t forget to review the subjects that have already been discussed.
  • Be self-assured and do your best on the board exams.

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