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Rigid rules implemented by Pre-University Education department

Rigid rules implemented by Pre-University Education department
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The authorities have banned the staff from using cellphones during the threehour exam period, to prevent the PUC question papers from being accessed by outsiders And also the students who are willing to leave before the end of the exam will not be permitted to carry the question paper outside the exam hall

MYSURU: The authorities have banned the staff from using cellphones during the three-hour exam period, to prevent the PUC question papers from being accessed by outsiders. And also the students who are willing to leave before the end of the exam will not be permitted to carry the question paper outside the exam hall.

The new rules which have been issued by the Pre-University Education Department are applicable from March 1 to 18, 2019. The exam will be held between 10:15 AM and 1:30 PM.

Mysore DDPI (PU) Dayananda told a source that, “It will be for communication. Others will not be allowed to use phones.” Stringent rules have been implemented for opening of question papers as well. “The question paper packs can be opened at the examination hall only after five students sign that the pack is intact. In every pack, we will keep 30 question papers,” said Dayananda.

“Vehicles transporting question papers from the district treasury to examination centres will be fitted with GPS devices. Three officers, including the tahsildar, will travel in the vehicle with police escort. The GPS data will be analyzed in the district headquarters and in Bengaluru. We will know if the vehicle is stopped even for a few seconds,” he added.

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