Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Jamshedpur: JAC Matric and inter exams begin under the vigil of 147 magistrates 


Jamshedpur, March 14: Matriculation and Inter examinations started across the East Singhbhum district from Tuesday. A total of 102 centers have been set up in East Singhbhum district, in which 73 centers have been set up for matriculation and 29 centers for intermediate. Vocational course examinations were held on Tuesday. A total of 147 magistrates have been appointed in the district regarding the examination.

Adequate police force has been deployed for malpractice-free examination and to maintain law and order. For better maintenance of law and order, examination centers are being inspected by flying squads and deputed magistrates. SDO Piyush Sinha also inspected the examination centers. He said that inspection is being done to see that there is no shortage in the examination centers.

The number of centres has been increased to provide students a better ambience to answer their examinations to reduce the risk of malpractices for students. The intermediate examinations too were peaceful on the first day.

Foolproof security arrangements have been made for exams. The district administration deputed static magistrates in each of the examination centres while there were 18 zonal magistrates who would look into the smooth examinations. There were five to six magistrates who would be patrolling the centres for surprise checking.

With throbbing heart beats and pulsating nerves students of the city participated in the examinations. Nervousness ruled the campus as students made last minute revision and discussions with their classmates.

School authorities informed said that special arrangements have been made for the 10th and 12th examination. A flying squad has been constituted to keep a vigil look on the examination process.

 “We have made elaborate arrangements for the exams and are happy to note that everything went off smoothly. Students were satisfied with the question papers too,” said a school teacher.

The East Singhbhum district education department is pinning hopes on better matriculation results  because of the academic initiatives taken throughout the year.

“We have tried our level best to help teachers and students. I hope the results would be better both for matriculation and intermediate. The rest can only be said after the examination is over and when the results are out,” said an official.

Schools were provided with  model question papers  prepared by teachers. Extra classes for weak students were also conducted.

Commenting on the state board exams JAC had already made it clear that the council has prepared for a smooth and malpractice free exam. However in case any such incident is found, the centre superintendents and invigilation will be held accountable. JAC had also laid clear instructions to invigilators to properly check photo admit cards and match it with their faces before the entry to the examination hall.

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