PATNA: Preparations are afoot to conduct the Matriculation exams from February 17 to 24 in a peaceable method at 1,525 centres in 38 districts of the state. Altogether 16.84 lakh college students are more likely to write the exams that might be held in two sittings each day.

Based on Bihar College Examination Board (BSEB) chairman Anand Kishore, 8.46 lakh college students will take the exams within the first sitting and eight.37 lakh within the second. In Patna district alone, greater than 73,000 candidates are more likely to write the exams at 74 centres.

“A management room, which can perform from 6 am on February 16 until 6 pm on February 24, has been arrange on the BSEB workplace to deal with all issues associated to exams. Apart from, a WhatsApp group known as ‘BSEB examination 2021’ has been created for fast dissemination of data,” Kishore mentioned on Monday.

In view of the winter season, the examinees might be allowed to put on socks and footwear. They are going to be frisked twice — as soon as on the important gate of the examination centre and later contained in the corridor.

“Part 144 might be imposed and no crowd allowed to assemble inside 200 meters of the examination centres. No individual apart from the examinees will enter the centres,” the BSEB chairman mentioned, including that the scholars would attain the centres not less than 10 minutes earlier than the graduation of the examinations.

Apart from, an sufficient variety of magistrates and police personnel might be deployed and CCTV cameras put in. The centre superintendents will challenge id playing cards to all of the personnel engaged within the examination works.

Kishore identified, “4 mannequin centres of examination have been created in every district the place all the scholars and the personnel engaged in examination duties might be girls.”

Covid-19 security protocols may even be adopted in the course of the examinations. “The examinees might be allowed to enter the centre solely after carrying face masks and sanitizing their arms. They’ll preserve social distance always,” Kishore mentioned.


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