SSC valuation from April 13 to 28

HYDERABAD: The spot valuation of 10th Class examination answer-sheets will commence on April 13 and end on 28. SSC major examinations concluded here on Monday and the remaining  will be o

Published: 10th April 2012 03:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:25 PM   |  A+A-

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SSC students are all smiles after finishing their last exam, at Bharatnagar in Hyderabad on Monday

HYDERABAD: The spot valuation of 10th Class examination answer-sheets will commence on April 13 and end on 28. SSC major examinations concluded here on Monday and the remaining  will be over in a couple of days. Director of Government Examinations Banala Manmada Reddy released a set of instructions to camp officers here on Monday.

Accordingly, coding of the answer-sheets should be completed by the evening of April 12. The spot valuation will begin at 9 am every day and continue till 5 pm.

There shall not be any exemption from attending the valuation duty except in cases of notified major diseases. The DEO will be the competent authority to grant leave to valuators in case of sickness. Unauthorised absence will be viewed seriously.

State-level observers will be appointed to visit the camps. The commissioner and director of school education may also visit a few camps. Basic amenities such as furniture, power, medicines, toilets, water and canteen will be provided at the centres.

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