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NBSE informs on HSSLC, HSLC exams

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By EMN Updated: Feb 24, 2022 11:08 pm
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Dimapur, Feb. 24 (EMN): Chairperson of the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE), Asano Sekhose, has informed that the HSSLC examination 2022 would commence from March 8 to the 31st and the HSLC examination 2022 from March 9 to the 22nd.

In a press release, NBSE chairperson informed that a total of 17117 candidates including 13811 in Arts, 1157 in Commerce and 2149 in Science will write the HSSLC examination from 88 provisional examination centres. Out of 17117 candidates, 7860 are boys and 9257 are girls.

The class 11 promotion examination 2021 will also start from April 1 to the 23rd.

NBSE chairperson also stated that 30327 candidates will write the HSLC Examination 2022 from 135 provisional examination centres and four sub centres. She added that 1391 candidates will write HSLC compartmental examination 2022 from 35 examination centres.

It mentioned that due to Covid-19 pandemic, more additional examination centres have been created in the districts and sub divisions in order to maintain social distancing in the examination centres.

On February 23, the Board conducted an online meeting with all the examination centre superintendents where their duties and responsibilities were discussed in detail. They were also briefed about the preventive measures/ SOPs to be followed during the conduct of the examination to contain the spread of Covid-19.

It stated that the Board would also deliver materials to the examination centres to disinfect the rooms, washrooms, halls etc.

Candidates are asked to bring their original admit cards to the examination hall/ room on all days of the examination.

Permitted items

(a) Admit card, school identity card

(b) Stationery item i.e. transparent pouch, geometry/ pencil box, blue/ royal blue ball point/ gel pen, scale, writing board, eraser, analogue watch and transparent water bottles.

(c) Bus card

Barred items

(a) Any stationery items such as textual material (printed or written), bits of papers, calculator, pen drives, electronics pen/ scanner, etc.

(b) Any communication device such as mobile phone, bluetooth, earphones, microphone, pager, health band, camera etc.

(c) Items like wallet, goggles, handbags, pouches etc.

(d) Any edible item opened or packed except for diabetic candidates.

(e) Any other item which could be used for unfair means.

Students are also reminded to refrain from any kind of mal-practices during examinations and advised to reach the examination centre in time.

The Board also directed all the candidates to wear masks, observe social distancing norms, avoid contact with unknown persons etc., to protect themselves. It also appealed to the parents and guardians to guide their ward on the important guidelines/ SOPs.

The Board further conveyed best wishes to all the candidates appearing for the examinations.

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By EMN Updated: Feb 24, 2022 11:08:40 pm