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First day SSC exams peaceful

First day SSC exams peaceful
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Adilabad: The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Public Examinations which are being conducted across the State commenced peacefully in Telangana...

firstAdilabad: The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Public Examinations which are being conducted across the State commenced peacefully in Telangana districts on Friday. As many as 179 examination centres � 161 for regular students and 18 for private students � were arranged in Adilabad district. Xerox centres were kept closed and Section 144 was imposed at examination centres. Police were deployed at the sensitive centres to ensure smooth conduct of the examination. Karimnagar: The first day of SSC Public Examination passed off peacefully in the district on Friday. Of the total 65,233 students registered for SSC, 486 were absent for the examination in the district. The District level Observer for Examinations, the District Educational Officer (DEO), Assistant Commissioner and Flying Squad members inspected 99 examination centres across the district. Three students --- two at ZP High School at Vavilala and one at Saint Paul School, Godavarikhani --- were debarred from the examination as they indulged in malpractices. Nizamabad: As many as 209 examination centres � 191 for regular and 18 for private students � were arranged in the district. Of the total 40,757 students registered for SSC, 40,474 appeared for the examination in Nizamabad district on the first day. District Collector Christina Z Chongthu inspected various examination centres in the town. Chaitanya Public School on Varni Road, Padmashali High School, Sri Nutana Vaisya Patasala in Sivajinagar, Manik Bhavan, Modern Public School in Khalilwadi, Haricharan Marwadi School and Vijaya Public School were among those inspected by the Collector. Khammam: Of the 36,655 students registered for SSC in the district, 35,356 students appeared for the examination on the first day on Friday. District Collector Siddharth Jain, DEO Venkat Reddy and other officials inspected examination centres at different places in the town and other places. At many places of examination venues, there were only benches to write the examination. However, there were no tables. So students have to face hardships to write the examination.
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