Bengaluru: Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board has decided to give a modern touch to the age-old SSLC examination process. This time, the board would provide hall-tickets online only and the results message would be sent to the mobile numbers of the parents.
The hall-tickets of 8.54 lakh students, who will appear for the SSLC examination this time have been uploaded to Student Achievement Tracking System (SATS). The same can be downloaded by the school chiefs and distributed to the students, Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board sources said.
As usual, the hall-ticket will have the name of the student, date of birth, registration number, photo, gender, language subjects, optional subjects etc. If there is any mistake in the information, the headmaster should register them in SATS within February 17. Within two days, they will get new hall-tickets, they added.