Lorven Public School Bommanahalli
- State Syllabus or Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) : Pre-KG to Class 10th (X Std)
- Affiliated to Karnataka State Board
Announcement section: Applications will be available from December 2016 onwards for the academic year MAY 2017 – APR 2018
The State Syllabus (Karnataka) is available from Pre – KG to Class 10th (X Std). State Syllabus is conducted by a board, Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board. It was developed in the year 1966 and after the recognition, the board has been working to increase the education ratio in the state. The Karnataka education board is responsible for the school education in the state and the works related to the school education from 1st to 12th standard are handled by the board.
The submission of the papers, admit card releases, result announcements, text books series, the syllabus recognition and all the works for the school education are arranged by the board of Karnataka in the state. After the secondary education for the higher education it’s necessary to pass the examination of the SSLC that is conducted by the board in the month of March.
The number of the appearing students in the examination is increasing rapidly and this also shows the rapid growth of the education in the state. For the higher education, it’s required to clear the examination of SSLC (X Std). It was affiliated to Karnataka State Board of Examination.
Address: 65/2a, Devarachikkanahalli, Main Rd, Bommanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068
Phone: 080 41237547 / 9844716789
Medium of instruction followed are Kannada and English for the schools affiliated under the state board
The state syllabus is dependent on the government of that particular state. For each state, a separate education board would be available. The syllabus would then be decided by them as per the normal standards. The state syllabus gives more importance to practical implication of related subjects. For each state, the individual state board established by its government takes care of the designing and monitoring of the standards of education and examination in that state. The study syllabus for schools in that state is decided by this board and the mode of instruction here, unlike CBSE where in it is only English or Hindi, can be English or the Regional language of the state. Also, while CBSE prefers to offer education in a scientific and national exposure, almost all state boards focus more concepts of local importance. the policies and programs setup by State boards relate to only the schools registered with them in that particular state. Each state board works according to a syllabus designed and categorized by the ‘Department of Education’ of the state government which may or may not change in the next academic year. In case a student needs to change his/her residence from one state to another, he might face some major challenges in shifting from one style and mode of education to another because the two states would follow different curriculum.
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board came in to existence in the year 1966, has been conducting SSLC and other examinations. Every year the student strength is increasing tremendously.
Every year in April about 8.50 Lakhs & in June 1.50 Lakhs students are appearing for the SSLC examinations.
The board has decided to improve the evaluation system and the results, has set up divisional offices of the Board. This decentralization caters to the need of the student needs at their proximity. The board is now providing Admission Tickets with student photographs and major breakthrough in this venture is the photos being used in the repeaters Admission Tickets also.
Every paper is evaluated for 100 marks except first language opted as regional language which will be evaluated for 125 marks.
Use in Competitive Examinations
State syllabus helps in scoring competitive percentage, which in turn will add as a benefit to the results and eligibility criteria of competitive exams like CET, JEE, BITSAT, VITEEE, NEET, GRE, TOEFL, GMAT and the list will continue.
India is home to multiple boards of education such as CBSE, CICSE and State Board. This diversity has caused a great deal of difficulty and confusion among both students and parents. The anxiety is further compounded when students start seeking admissions in universities for their undergraduate education as the quota for each board varies from state to state and university to university.
International recognition: Indian students in general do very well in USA, UK etc. as the curriculum in these countries are less demanding when compared with Indian board’s education system.
Undergraduate admissions: For engineering, students have to write various entrance exams to gain admissions in universities across India. For few other courses, there are no entrance exams and admissions are based on 12th board results. The admissions requirements and quota varies from state to state. Some states give more importance to students from state board systems.
In the long run: Plenty of state board students do phenomenally well in their professional lives. At the end of the day, your abilities and work ethic plays a larger role in life than the board you studied in.
Additional Program Information and FAQ
Is it full-time/part-time?
Full time (9:00 AM to 4:00 PM)
When are classes held?
6 days a week
Is class online or in-person?
Are there special requirements for students?
Mentioned in “Application Requirements.” In house tuition / special classes will be conducted for weak students.
- Applications will be available from December 2016 onwards for the academic year MAY 2017 – APRL 2018 * Hit the "Apply Now" button on this page to apply online -or- collect the application form from the school directly by remitting Rs 500/-
- Fill the application and hand it over at the college office in person or through post
- Note: if the application form is downloaded directly from the website then a DD worth Rs 500/- has to be attached along with the application form.
- Selection will be based on written test and interview.
- Child must have attained certain age as per the guidelines provided by the government
- The child will have to clear the written test and the interview (Written test is applicable for the admission from UKG to Class 10th (X Std)