Three invigilators relieved of their SSC exam duties for negligence in Telangana state

SSC exams begin on a smooth note with 99.70 per cent attendance

HYDERABAD, MARCH 18, 2024: Three invigilators were relieved from Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination duties on Monday for slackness and negligence of their duties on the first day of SSC examination in the state.

Two invigilators were relieved from Asifabad district and one invigilator from Khammam district for negligence of their duties. In all, a total of four malpractice cases were reported in various parts of Telangana state.

On the other hand, the SSC public exams have commenced on a smooth note across the state on Monday. Several students arrived at the centres one hour prior to the first language exam, which is being conducted from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. Five minutes grace time i.e., till 9.35 am was given to students to enter the centres.

Against a total of 4,94,877 regular students, 4,93,417 appeared (99.70 per cent) and 1460 abstained. Similarly, against a total of 1261 private students, 883 appeared and 378 abstained.

The education department has roped-in a total of 30,000 invigilators and 2,676 each chief superintendents and departmental officers have been deputed on examination duties. To curb malpractices in exams, 144 flying squad teams have been constituted besides the DEOs concerned arranged sitting squads in problematic centres.

In Karimnagar town, Collector Pamela Satpathy inspected various examination centres to ensure the smooth conduct of the SSC exams. She had visited St Alphones examination centre in Jyothimnagar and Government High School (Dhangarwadi) in Mankammathota.


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