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CS reviews preparations for Inter and X examinations

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Chief Secretary Shanthi Kumari said that the State government has taken strict measures to conduct the Intermediate examinations from February 28 to March 19 effectively. A tele-conference was held on Wednesday evening with District Collectors, District Police Officers, Education Department Officers and concerned officials on the preparations for Intermediate and Class Xth examinations to be held in Telangana.
She said that about 9,80,000 students are appearing for the first and second year of the Inter exams. It has been made clear that no employee, including superiors, is prohibited from carrying cell phones into the examination centres which are conducted in a total of 1,521 examination centres. There should be a strong arrangement while taking the examination question papers to strong rooms or evaluation centres.
Recalling the fact that the Chief Minister has warned many times that no examination papers should be leaked, he suggested that a review meeting should be held with the concerned Superintendents of Police, postal department officials and other officials concerned at the district level on the movement of examination papers. CCTV cameras should be installed in every examination centre, the Chief Secretary added.
She also said that special security measures should be taken at examination centres located in troubled areas. Similarly, the tenth class exams which will be held from March 18 to April 2 and 5, 8,000 students will appear for the tenth class exams in 2,676 centres and these exams should also be conducted firmly. The officials were directed to conduct the Intermediate and tenth class examinations smoothly with proper arrangements.
Further, Shanti Kumari said that RTC buses should be made available to the students attending the examination centres.
DGP Ravi Gupta said that appropriate measures will be taken to prevent any untoward incident from taking place in the Inter and SSC examinations. The officials of the medical and health department have directed the officials to make adequate basic treatment arrangements at the examination centres and make them available to Asha workers and ANM staff. The officials have been directed to take steps to ensure that the students attend the examination centres without making any small mistakes and write the examinations in a calm environment.
Principal Secretary Education Department B Venkatesham, Intermediate Education Board Secretary Shruti Ojha, Director of School Education Devasena, Additional DG Sanjay Jain, Hyderabad Police Commissioner Srinivasa Reddy, Cyberabad Police Commissioner Avinash Mohanty, Rachakonda Police Commissioner Tarun Joshi, Government Exams Director Krishna Rao participated in the teleconference.

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