From Our Correspondent
Silchar, Feb 21: The ongoing High School Leaving Certificate and High School Madrassa examitions, which started on February 17, have been peaceful so far at Binkandie, Dolugram and Lakhipur. 562 students out of 568 are appearing in the examition at Binkandie High School, 699 out of 712 at Earl Higher Secondary School, Lakhipur and 312 out of 321 students at Union High School, Dolugram. To maintain law and order in the examition centres, two magistrates, Pradip Kumar Gupta, circle officer, and Yahadul Islam, ACS, have been appointed by J R Lalsim, ADC Cachar and in-charge, SDO (Civil), Lakhipur.
Pradip Kumar Gupta has been given the charge of four examition centres, RCBP Higher Secondary School, Joypur, Rajabazaar, Nehru Higher Secondary School, Pailapool, Earl Higher Secondary School, Lakhipur and Binkandie High School. Yahadul Islam, ACS, has been given the charge of another four examition centres, Nemia Higher Secondary School, Banskandie, Union High School, Dolugram, Ranipur High School, Banskandie, C R High School, Rupaiwali. It should be mentioned here that four students at Nehru Higher Secondary School, Pailapool, have been expelled for resorting to unfair means in the examition.
Manlal Roy, an assistant teacher of Earl Higher Secondary, Debiprasad Paul, principal, Binkandie High School and M C Roy of Union High School, have also been given the charge of conducting the examition at their respective schools. J R Lalsim said parents and teachers should equally shoulder the responsibility of conducting the examitions peacefully. Examitions are being held amidst tight security. Police personnel have been employed to ward off any unpleasant incident.