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  • #70186
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      I completed b.ed degree from k.u university but i have a two marksheet of b.ed course. I have a supplimentary of one paper. So, next year i completed my b.ed degree. For this the total marks of b.ed course is not show in the marksheet. There is only write the word passed bt my overall percentage is 64%….My questn is can i get full marks for ssc academic course where write 60% and above=20 marks…..or below 60%= 10 marks. What number can i get……..plz plz help me

      #80931
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        There is only write the word passed bt my overall percentage is 64%….My questn is can i get full marks for ssc academic course where write 60% and above=20 marks…..or below 60%= 10 marks. …..

        If your overall percentage is 64% as you said here, you are eligible to get full 20 marks.

        #80932
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          Thanx sir for your valuable opinion. I am also inform you that I have two marksheet. The second marksheet consist only the marks of supplimentary paper. So, can i get full full marks(marks 20)????
          Sir, another questen is if the ssc comission gives not full marks what can i do????
          Plz plz ans this sir…..

          #80933
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            You’ll have to produce both the mark-sheets to testify that you have passed the Exam. Yes, you’ll definitely get full marks.

            #80935
            unknown
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              Many many thanx sir

              #80936
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                @Bappa999 You need not call “Sir” to anyone here. If you like any post of anyone else, just hit the “Like” button at bottom right of that post. Thank you.

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