Dos and Don’ts for SSC Students

The Krishna district administration has released a list of dos and don’ts for students taking the SSC examinations beginning tomorrow across the state

Published: 26th March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th March 2015 02:58 AM   |  A+A-



  1. To take cellphones and calculators or any other electronic gadgets
  2. To  take any other paper except their hall tickets
  3. To take answer scripts outside the examination hall
  4. To copy hall ticket number on main answer sheet or additional sheet or bit paper or map or graph
  5. To write their names or put their signatures or draw any symbol to identify them or write slogans in answer sheets


  1. Students should reach examination centres by 8.45 a.m. itself though the examination begins
  2. at 9.30 a.m.
  3. Carry their writing pads, enough number of pens, pencils, erasers and scales
  4. Attend the examination in normal dress, they should not wear school uniform
  5. The administration has asked
  6. The APTransco to ensure uninterrupted power supply at the examination halls

The Medical and Health Department to post an auxiliary nurse midwife (ANM) with Oral Rehydration Sachets in view of summer


For blind, dumb, deaf and other physically challenged students:

Pass marks would be only 20 and not 35 No Jumbling of question papers Allowed half an hour of additional time

For students suffering from dyslexia

  1. They are exempted from taking examination for third language
  2. They are allowed the help of a scribe
  3. They will have an additional one hour of time
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