SSC exams from tomorrow

SSC exams from tomorrow
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As many as 5,56,757 students will appear for the SSC public examination scheduled at 2,427 examination centres from March 21. The spot valuation would begin from April 10 and results would be announced after seven weeks. Speaking to the media, Directorate of Government Examination, Director, R Surender Reddy on Saturday said students would be given five minutes grace time to enter into the examina

Hyderabad: As many as 5,56,757 students will appear for the SSC public examination scheduled at 2,427 examination centres from March 21. The spot valuation would begin from April 10 and results would be announced after seven weeks. Speaking to the media, Directorate of Government Examination, Director, R Surender Reddy on Saturday said students would be given five minutes grace time to enter into the examination centre.

“The students will be allowed into the examination halls till 9.35 am,” he added. He advised students to reach the examination centre by 8.30 am to avoid any inconvenience. “Parents should make sure that the students check the exam centre one day in advance to avoid last minute rush and confusion.”

Surender Reddy said four special flying squads and 144 flying squads have been arranged to monitor smooth conduct of examination. He said that all examination centres have been provided with furniture, drinking water and necessary medicines in case of any emergency. He added that RTC has made available adequate to ply students to the centres.

“One centre in each district across the state has been installed with CCTV cameras on the trail run basis. A report will be prepared and will be sent to the government,” he said. The director said stringent action would be initiated if students caught indulging in malpractices. Students will not be allowed to write examination if they come in school uniform. All students have to wear formal dress, he said.

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