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Plus II exam: Valuation centres put on high alert

Published: 31st March 2013 11:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st March 2013 11:35 AM   |  A+A-

 With valuation of the controversy-hit Plus Two Examination all set to commence next week, the Higher Education Department has asked all centres to take optimum precaution or face the music.

In a letter to Principals of all colleges designated as valuation centre, Secretary, Higher Education Department GK Dhal stated that a meeting of the chief examiners and other functionaries must be held on the first day of the valuation on April 3 so that bottlenecks and problem areas are identified and sorted out immediately.

All chief examiners must be vigilant and follow valuation guidelines of the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) strictly. Any deviation will be viewed seriously and draw stringent action, the letter stated.

All instances of indiscipline must be reported through e-mail for necessary action. This year, Plus Two examinations were surrounded by controversy of question paper leaks with private residential colleges finding themselves in the dock. The Crime Branch which is investigating into the case has already arrested heads of private colleges and a CHSE official for their complicity.

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