Students tensed as SSLC board servers crash

eNarada , Bengaluru, Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Instead of teaching, instructors in Karnataka are sitting in front of computer! If you think that the teachers are either browsing or playing games, then you are wrong as the teachers are trying hard to upload details of the students in Karnataka secondary Education Examination board (KSEEB) website.

JD(S) MLC and former Minister Basavaraj Horatti has shot off a letter to the Primary and Secondary Education Tanveer Sait seeking his immediate intervention.

In his letter, Mr Horatti said that till last year, the students were filling hard copies for their SSLC enrollment which was an easy and foolproof process. However, from this year, the board decided to make the process online wherein the students or teachers have to upload their credentials. With more than 8 lakh students from across the state trying in vain to enter details, the website is crashing often. As the exams are nearing, the students are fearing that they may not get their admission tickets in time, alleged Horatti requesting the KSEEB to revert back to the old format.

Reacting to the complaints, KSEEB director V Sumangala said, “Earlier, we had fixed December 10 as the deadline for submitting online forms. Following requests, we have now extended the last date to December 20. If anyone is still facing problems, district level nodal officers can be contacted.”

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