More than 600 students debarred from SSC exams
More than 600 students debarred from SSC exams. More than 600 students have been debarred in SSC annual examinations in the state which concluded on Tuesday.
Valuation from today; results after May 20
Hyderabad: More than 600 students have been debarred in SSC annual examinations in the state which concluded on Tuesday. Only two exams of minor importance will be held on April 16 and 17.
The students, who resorted to malpractices, will not be allowed to sit till next exams, according to senior officials. On the last day of the exams i.e.
social studies II on Tuesday, 29 students were sent out for resorting to mass copying. Out of these 29, twelve wards were from Karimnagar district alone.
More than 250 invigilators were also found to be lax in discharging duties and were relieved from the exam duty. Suitable departmental action will be taken against them, officials said.
The spot valuation would commence from Wednesday in as many as 24 camps across the state. The camps will be only at the district headquarters and more than 36,000 staff will involve in valuation work. “District collectors have been arranging training sessions for some of the teachers on election duties. So the valuation work may be hit for a few days but we will try our best to finish it off on schedule,” Dr B Manmadha Reddy, Controller of Examinations told The Hans India.
The paper bundles will be jumbled and according to sources, no regional factors will be considered in valuation. This means, answer sheets of Srikakulam district can be valuated in Adilabad or vice versa.
Manmadha Reddy declined to state the exact date of release of results. “Last year we could release the results on May 17 but this year, it is unlikely. Anything will be after May 20th only,” he made it clear.
The supplementary exams will be held only after June 2, the Appointed Day of Telangana state, sources said.