K M Dayashankar
Collector and Additional Collector inspects centres
KARIMNAGAR: After a gap of two years, the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations began on Monday amid unprecedented arrangements including the conduct of exams under the surveillance of CCTV cameras in various parts of integrated Karimnagar district.
Due to the outbreak of deadly Covid-19 in the year 2020, the government cancelled the examinations after conducting of two exams following the spread of pandemic and lockdown. The government did not conduct examinations in 2021 following the prevalence of the virus and lockdown.
After a gap of two years, the government is conducting the SSC examinations. Collector RV Karnan along with DEO Janardhan Rao inspected the centres at Old High school and Vaninikethan school in Karimnagar town on Monday. He instructed the invigilators and students not to get the mobile phones inside the examination centres. He informed the invigilators and students to wear the facemask. He inspected the availability of drinking water and medical camps at the centre.
Additional Collector Garima Agarwal and Karimnagar RDO Anand Kumar visited the SSC examination centres in Kothapalli mandal and inspected the arrangements.