99 centres set up to conduct SSLC exams in Bidar dist
Bidar,: As many as 99 centres have been established for the smooth conduct of the SSLC examinations across the district from March 27, informed Deputy Commissioner H R Mahadeva.
Chairing the preparatory meeting at his office auditorium here, he said, the examinations should be conducted in a free and fair manner. The supervisors should visit the exam centres well in advance and inspect the preparations.
All the centres should have toilets, drinking water and furniture, he said.
Use of mobile phone and watches inside the examination halls are prohibited. Ban orders should be clamped around 200-metre radius of the examination centres. Other than the staff deputed on the examination duty and the students who write the examinations, none should be allowed inside the examination centres, he said.
Police should ensure security in the examination centres, he added.
Deputy Director of Public Instructions Chandrashekar said, a total of 26,882 students, including 14,364 boys and 12,518 girls will be writing the examinations in the district.
Six vigilance squads have been formed in the district-level. Two stationed squads and one inspection team have been provided for sensitive and hyper-sensitive centres.
Zilla Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Gyanendrakumar Gangwar, Superintendent of Police Gopal Byakodi, Additional Deputy Commissioner Rudresh Ghali and others were present at the meeting