In Darrang district of Assam, altogether 10,770 candidates are going to appear in this year’s HSLC and AHM final examination which will begin from Thursday in 27 different exam centres across the district.
Out of the total 10,770 candidates, 10,097 will appear for HSLC and the remaining 673 candidates for the AHM.
Meanwhile, the Darrang district administration has made adequate arrangements for conducting the mega final examination in a free and fair manner.
In addition to appointment of altogether 32 supervising officers, flying squads under the leadership of the circle officers of the relevant revenue circles under a district level monitoring team under the supervision of the deputy commissioner himself has already been put on alert for checking any incident of adopting unfair means during the examination.
The CrPC Section 144 has also been clamped in the district in view of the ensuing examination.
Bringing mobile phones to the examination halls even by the invigilators have been prohibited where as candidates are barred from carrying wrist watches into the examination centres.
The authority has erected wall clocks in each of examination hall. This has been informed to Northeast Now by Dr Jawahira Tabassum, in charge inspector of schools, Darrang.
On the other hand, a total of 7732 candidates with maximum of 5960 in Arts stream, 759 in Science and 1013 candidates have appeared in the HSSLC final examination which has begun on Tuesday in 24 examination centers of the district.
No untoward incident has been reported from any centre of the district on the starting day of the examination.