Exam centres under CCTV surveillance
By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Feb 15: As many as 3,80,665 students – 1,88,263 males and 1,92,402 females – are going to take High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examitions and 10,547 students – 4,818 males and 5729 females – are going to take the Assam High Madrassa (AHM) examitions from February 17, 2017 all over the State.
Eighty-three of the 855 examition centres in the State have been detected as sensitive. Besides the promulgation of 144 CrPC in areas of examition centres, each of the centres is under CCTV surveillance.
Meanwhile, a delegation of the AASU led by its education secretary Sharat Hazarika today met SEBA Secretary Kamaljyoti Gogoi and submitted a memorandum demanding error-free HSLC and AHM examitions in the State. They demanded of the SEBA to maintain the secrecy of the examitions and the error-free declaration of the results.
The AASU team also met Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) Chairman wab Mamud Hussain, Secretary Dharanidhar Goswami and Controller of Examition Jyoti Kalita later. They submitted a memorandum to each of them demanding error-free holding of examitions and declaration of results.
The HS examitions are going to be held from February 20, 2017. As many as 2,49,313 candidates are going to take the examitions.
The other members of the AASU team comprised office secretary Dharmeswar Das, organizatiol secretary Prajn Bhuyan and state executive committee members Mridul Hazarika and Jardhan Goswami.