Guidelines issued for SSLC exams

Guidelines issued for SSLC exams

12 examination centres identified as sensitive, four hyper-sensitive

In all, 27,495 students are appearing for SSLC exams, scheduled to begin on April 1 in the district. The number of freshers are 12,679 boys and 12,834 girls. Repeaters and private students comprise 1,545 boys and 437 girls — totalling 1982.

The district administration has geared up to conduct the exams smoothly and Zilla Panchayat Chief Executive Officer U P Singh had convened a meeting recently to discuss the preparations.

Exam centres
Out of 106 examination centres in the district, 12 have been identified as sensitive and four hyper-sensitive.

There are six centres in Alur taluk, 11 centres in Holenarasipur taluk, nine centres in Sakleshpur taluk and 10 centres in Belur taluk. Out of 11 centres in Arakalgud taluk, two are sensitive and two hyper-sensitive. Out of 18 centres in Arsikere taluk, three are categorised as sensitive and two-hyper sensitive. Channarayapatna taluk has 14 centres, out of which three are sensitive. Hassan taluk has 27 centres, out of which four are sensitive, said Deputy Director of Public Instructions Basavaraj.

Nine teams, comprising four members each, have been formed to monitor the examination centres. The teams will visit all the taluks.

Mobile phones have been banned in examination centres. Xerox shops surrounding exam centres have been instructed to close till the exams are over. All officials and staff have been directed to wear badges, Basavaraj said.