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Arrangements in place for SSC exams

Arrangements in place for SSC exams
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As SSC public examinations are scheduled to begin from March 15, the district administration in is taking all the necessary steps to conduct the examinations without any problems in the district. As part of this, recently Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari held a video conference with the officials the Revenue,

Mahbubnagar: As SSC public examinations are scheduled to begin from March 15, the district administration in is taking all the necessary steps to conduct the examinations without any problems in the district. As part of this, recently Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari held a video conference with the officials the Revenue, police and Education Departments and directed them to make sure that a foolproof system is put in place for conducting the SSC and Intermediate examinations.

The Deputy Chief Minister directed the officials provide all basic amenities like drinking water, toilets and medical care at all examination centres. As the intermediate examinations have already commenced from February 28, the police are providing security and Section 144 CrPC has been imposed to ensure that there is no untoward incident.

“More than 21,000 students are expected to appear for the SSC examination this year in Mahbubnagar. “We have directed the Revenue, police and Education Department to be alert and ensure everything is put in place before the commencement of SSC examinations in the district,” said Ronald Rose, District Collector.

In order ensure that there is scope for malpractices, the district administration has order shutting of all Xerox centre in the vicinity of the examination centres and the students are told not bring mobile phones and wireless sets along with them. All students are directed to be present at the examination centres half an hour before the commencement of the examination.

The officials of Electricity Department are directed to ensure that there is no power cuts during the SSC examinations. Similarly, the RTC officials have been asked to run the buses on the time, so that the students reach the examination centres on time. The traffic police are instructed to ensure there are no traffic snarls.

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