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SDO convenes meeting on Matric and Inter exams

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Restricts use of cell phones
Jamshedpur
: The district administration has restricted the use of cell phones and hi-tech digital watches for the students in the examination rooms for matriculation and intermediate. Invigilators and teachers on exam duty will also not be allowed with mobile phones at the centres. The matriculation exams will take place across 68 centres in the district.

Dhalbhum sub divisional officer, Prem Ranjan, who convened a meeting centre superintendents on Thursday for the coming matriculation and intermediate examination scheduled on February 21, asked to check whether students have anything written in their hands or any other exposed parts of the body. The invigilators will have to do their duty with their ID cards. The examination would begin from 9.45 and would continue till 1 pm.

Students will appear this year across 68 and 24 centres in matric and inter respectively. The number of centres has been increased to provide students a better ambience to answer their examinations. Lesser number of centres results in crowded classrooms and seating arrangements which increases the risk of malpractices for students.

“Students will not be allowed with cell phones. If found they will be kept with the security officials. There will be sufficient number of policemen at one centre and a patrolling officer for three centres,” noted SDO.

Foolproof security arrangements have been made for exams. The district administration has already deputed static magistrates in each of the examination centres while there will be 18 zonal magistrates who would look into the smooth examinations. There would be five to six magistrates who would be patrolling the centres for surprise checking.

“We have been strictly asked not to allow cellphones in the campus. We have acquainted him of our issues concerning the security and infrastructure,” said a centre superintendent.
Kumar conducted a meeting with all the centre superintendents to discuss about the needs of the centres and also to discuss the do’s and dont’s especially for teachers.

“The meeting was organised to make sure that the examination for both matric and intermediate transparent and fair. So we had called the centre superintendent and principals of various colleges to clarify their doubts. We have tried our level best to ensure safety for teachers and students. I hope the results would be better both for matriculation and intermediate,” said an official.

More than 15,000 students to appear in secondary examination
Jamshedpur, Feb 8: This year the secondary examination for state board is starting from 21st February and will conclude on 21st March. There are more than 40 schools and above fifteen thousand students writing their secondary examination this year.

Schools and number of students from respective schools writing their state Secondary examination are Utkal Samaj Higher Secondary Golmuri 362 students, Balichela Higher Secondary Sonari 347 students, D.B.M.S. girls Kadma 327 students, T.W.U. Higher Secondary Sidhgora 285 students, Peoples Academy Higher Secondary Baradwari 244 students, ST Joseph Higher Secondary 359 students, B.P.M. Higher Secondary Burmaminse 216, B.S.S.P.V.M. Higher Secondary Sonari 361 students, R.D. Tata Higher Secondary ’C’ Unit Burmanines 269 students, Tata Workers Union Higher Secondary Kadma 242 students, Sakchi Higher Secondary Sakchi 372 strudents, A.D.L. Higher Secondary Sakchi 317 students, Hindustan Mitra Mandal Higher Secondary Golmuri 274 students, Harijan Higher Secondary Bhalubhasa 368 students, Gurunanak Higher Secondary sakchi 285 students, Panjab Kanyaa Higher Secondary Golmuri 222, Baridih Higher Secondary Tube Colony 394 students, R.V.M. Higher Secondary Sakchi 381 students, Central Karimiya Higher Secondary school 663 students, S.M.S. girls Higher Secondary South park 265 students, Sister Nevedita Girls Higher Secondary Burmaminse 330 students, D.M. Madan Girls Higher Secondary Bistupur 347 students, Jamshedpur Girls Higher Secondary 315 students, R.K.M.L.I.S. Higher Secondary Jamshedpur 585 students, St. Mary Higher Secondary BIstupur 265 sudents, S.E. RLY. Higher Secondary Tatanagar 311, St. Robert Higher Secondary Parsudih 426 students, R.P. Patel Higher Secondary Jugsalai 423 students, Shyam Prasad Higher Secondary Khasamahal 332 students, Adivasi Higher Secondary Sitaramdera 296 students, Amar Jyoti Higher Secondary Mango 298 students, Gyandeep Higher Secondary Birsanagar 519 students, Khalsa Higher Secondary Burmamines 519 students, Gurunanak Higher Secondary Mango 309 students, S.S. +2 Higher Secondary Patamda 569 students, Project Girls Higher Secondary Macha Patamda 178 students, Patamda College Jalla Patmda 651 students, Adibasi +2 Higher Secondary Banguda 474 students, Balak/ Balika Middle School Bangurda 320 students, High School Jadugora 437 students, Project Girls Higher Secondary Potka 188 students, GB Higher Secondary Haldipokhar 458 students, Vidya Neketan Higher Secondary Haldipokar 1068 students, High School Tirildih 398n students, High School Gitilata 385 students are there.

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