exams begin today
* 12.28 lakh to write High School exams
* 7.71 lakh to appear in the Higher
* Secondary Exams from 3835 examinatio centres
BHOPAL : The class 12 examination of MP Board Board Exams will to start from Tuesday. The High School Exams will begin on Wednesday. Around 7.71 lakh students will appear in the Higher Secondary Exams from 3835 examination centres while 12.28 lakh will take the High School Exams. The CBSE class 12 exams are also beginning from Tuesday.
Both the MP Board exams will be held from 8.30 to 11.30 am.
The Higher Secondary exams will conclude on April 5 and the High School on March 29. The board has identified 663 sensitive and 269 hyper-sensitive examination centres. Observers and the police force will be deployed in these exam centres.
Among the sensitive exam centres the Gwalior division has 135 sensitive and 57 hyper sensitive centres, the maximum 39 are in Bhind district, followed by 31 in Gwalior and 23 in Guna district. Bhopal division with 165 sensitive centres is at the second place and Shahdol with 162 centres at the third.
The board wanted to conduct the exams free and fair, the board had written the letters to the collector to appoint the observers for these centres. The observer will report any untoward situation, like mass copying or the students using unfair means during the examinations, not only this the family members or the supporters helping the students from outside during the examinations.
The police force have also deployed at the centres to keep away the hooligans or any person who wanted to disturb the exam system. The district education officers have appointed the special observer for ten days for the papers of main subjects including English, science, maths, social sciences and other. The government has already invoked ESMA against the teachers and has cancelled the leave of all the teachers.
Use of loudspeakers banned due to exams
Collector Nishant Warwade has issued orders regarding total ban on use of loudspeakers at all private and public places till April 30, in the light of examinations of classes 10, 12 and Colleges in Bhopal district.
In the order, it is stated that the ban may be relaxed on festivals of Mahashivratri, Holi, Ambedkar Jayanti, Mahavir Jayanti, Baisakhi and Ramnavmi. The ban would not be effective on bands in marriage procession and ‘Azaan’ of Mosques. There would be full prohibition on DJ. Under exceptional conditions, permission for loudspeakers could be given by sub-divisional officer for a limited time. Such permission would not be given from 10pm to 6am.