MP Board exams to be held at 7,594 centres in State

MP Board exams to be held at 7,594 centres in State

BHOPAL [Maha Media]: MADHYA Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) higher secondary and high school examinations which are going to start from March 2 and 3 respectively will be held at 7,594 centres in State.

MPBSE Secretary Anil Suchari say to reporter that the higher secondary examinations will be held at 3,658 centres while the high school examinations will be held at 3,936 centres.

The complete list of centres and super sensitive and sensitive centres list will be released soon.

Alike last year, the board will arrange stringent security at the examination centres to avoid any kind of unfair means cases this year too. Special flying squads and CCTV surveillance will also be done at centres.

The board has arranged various facilities in order to bring more transparency in the examination.  There will be strict inspection and surveillance in order to avoid any kind of unfair means and irregularities. In Division Bhopal, the board examinations will be held at 97 centres.

Among these centres, 17 are sensitive and four are super sensitive centres declared by the board. Around 33,000 examinees would be appearing in the examinations in the state capital.

According to DEO Bhopal Nitin Saxena, the schools which have been marked as sensitive and super sensitive centres are located at Nazirabad, Lalaria, Padariya Jat and Kacchi.

The examinations of both high school and higher secondary will be held in the morning shift from 9 to 12.

While the examinations of Divyang, visually and hearing impaired will be held in the afternoon shift from 1 to 4.

Strict surveillance will be arranged at sensitive and supersensitive centres by the board this year so that unfair means cases would not take place.

The most sensitive centres are Bhind, Morena and Gwalior. For last three years, these centres are being witnessed with higher number of UFM cases.

As per the schedule of higher secondary examinations, the examinations will be started with Special Language Hindi on March 2 and will be concluded with the examination of Book Keeping and Accountancy on March 31.

While the high school examinations will be started with Second and Third language (General-Sanskrit) on March 3 and will be concluded with Third Language Hindi on March 27.
 

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