1,886 students appearing HSLC exam, 2023 at 7 centres in Senapati

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Senapati: High School Leaving Certificate Examination, 2023 conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur (BOSEM) commenced at 7 Senapati Private exam centres with 1,886 candidates. Candidates at 3 exam centres at district headquarters including Lao Radiant Hr. Sec., DV School and Bethany Hr. Sec. School were frisked by the invigilators before the start of the examination.

During inspection by the ZEO officials, L. Solomon, ZEO, Senapati stated that there are 7 examinations centres in the district with 1,886 candidates appearing from different schools. He also added that the exam is going on peacefully in all centres.

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RK. Graceson, District Coordinator, ZEO Office, Senapati stated that the examination is conducted in such a way that there is no sort of unfair means, with a free and fair system. The examination centres are very conducive with no sort of disturbances be it sound, or noise from the outside atmosphere. Teachers, invigilators along with security personnels are on duty at all the examination centres, and hope to conduct the examination from the beginning till the end in free and fair manner.

Students association including the Senapati District Students Association (SDSA) and its federating units including the Mao Students Union, Maram Students Union and the Poumai Naga Students Union are also inspecting the examination centres to ensure free and fair examination. Earlier, Senapati DC had imposed 144 CrPC in and around all exam centres to ensure peaceful conduct of the said examination.

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Examination centres in the district consist of Don Bosco Hr. Sec., Maram with 242 candidates, Mao Maram Hr. Sec, Tadubi with 250, Sardar Patel High School, Mao with 221, Bethany Hr. Sec with 295, Lao Radiant Hr. Sec with 307, DV School with 239 and Purul Hr. Sec. with 332 candidates respectively.

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