Two students booked for malpractice

Two students booked for malpractice
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Two students were booked for malpractice on the first day of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations, which began on Monday. The examiners found the two students involved in copying in the examination centre.

Karimnagar: Two students were booked for malpractice on the first day of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations, which began on Monday. The examiners found the two students involved in copying in the examination centre. On the other hand, student unions staged protest demonstration in Jammikunta mandal headquarters in protest against the setting up of closed-circuit television (CCTC) cameras in the examination centre.

They were angry that the CCTVs were installed only in one centre as against the total ten centres in the mandal. The student leaders gave up their agitation and dispersed after the police assured them that they would take up the issue with the higher officials. Out of the 274 examination centres arranged for the SSC exam, the CCTV cameras were set up in six centres only.

Out of a total of 56,146 students in the district, 55,972 students took the exam of Telugu Paper-I while 174 students were absent. The flying squad visited 64 centres and inspected the ongoing examination. The State Observers and District Education Officer S Srinivasa Chary paid a visit to four centres each.

Flaying squad debarred two students for involving in malpractice at IMN High School in Basanthnagar of Ramagundam mandal. Parents and students registered their protest for setting up CCTV camera in Sircilla and NTPC.

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