Education, Karimnagar, National, Telangana

Five malpractices reported in SSC exams, 10 invigilators including CS and Departmental officers relieved of duties

HYDERABAD, MARCH 19, 2024:  A total of five malpractice cases were reported in various parts of Telangana state during the second day of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations on Tuesday.

On the other hand, a total of 10 invigilators including chief superintendents and a departmental officer from various examination centres were relieved of their SSC duties for their negligence of their duties in the state.

In Jayashankar-Bhupalapally district, a chief superintendent, a departmental officer and three invigilators were relieved of their duties for their slackness and negligence and encouraging malpractices. One invigilator from Nagarkurnool district.

A Chief Superintendent was relieved in Karimnagar district. An invigilator, a chief superintendent and a departmental officer were relieved of their duties in Kothagudem district for their negligence.

On Tuesday, there was 99.70 per cent attendance for the SSC exams on second day. Against a total of 4,94,426 regular students, 4,92,967 appeared the examinations. Against a total of 400 private students, 214 attended the exam and 186 abstained.


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