Uninterrupted Power Supply for SSLC Exam Halls 2013

Uninterrupted Power Supply for SSLC Exam Halls 2013

A total of 46,606 students, including 23,137 boys and 23,469 girls, are appearing for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate examination that commenced amidst tight security by the police and strict vigil by invigilators at 129 examination centres in the district on 27th March, 2013.

Apart from the static forces deployed at each examination centre, 49 flying squads are also being pressed into service to prevent malpractices. Police personnel came to the examination centres at 8.30 a.m. and left the places only after 2.30 p.m.

Though load – shedding has become part of life, uninterrupted power supply has been ensured to all examination centres. Doctors working with the primary health centres situated close to the examination centres have been advised to rush to schools in case of an emergency.

Collector C. Samayamoorthy inspected the conduct of examination at St. Xavier’s Higher Secondary School and Sarah Tucker Girls’ Higher Secondary School both at Palayamkottai.

SSLC Exams in Tuticorin Schools

A total of 24, 827 students, including 12, 292 boys and 12, 535 girls, are appearing for the examination. There are 15, 814 students from Tuticorin educational district and 9,013 from Kovilpatti educational district. There are 81 centres, including 53 in Tuticorin and 28 in Kovilpatti, said sources from the Department of Education.

Besides, seven physically challenged students in Tuticorin and five physically challenged students in Kovilpatti wrote the exam with the help of scribes, sources added.

A total of 162 flying squads have been formed to prevent any malpractice in the exam halls.

Collector Ashish Kumar visited Das Navis Matha Girls’ School and inspected arrangements. Joint Director, Elementary Education, Karuppasamy, and other officials accompanied the Collector.

SSLC Exams in Nagercoil Schools

As many as 28, 085 students from government, government – aided and private schools appeared for the examinations.

Collector S. Nagarajan made a surprise check at Duthie Government Higher Secondary School. He said the students are writing the examinations in 107 centres in Nagercoil, Thuckalay and Kuzuthurai educational divisions.