TN Board exams to be held at 548 Centres in Coimbatore – Get Details Here. The school education department is gearing up to conduct Class X board exams in the district. Instead of the 148 Centres decided in February, the exams will be held at 548 centres including high and higher second secondary schools and centres for private candidates.
This follows the state government’s decision to turn all government, private high and higher secondary schools into board examination centres so that it will be easier for students to reach the centres amid the unusual situation this year. As many as 41,148 students will appear for the exams in the district, to be held from June 15 to 25. Pending exams of Class XI and Class XII will be held on June 16 and June 18 respectively.
The district social welfare department will arrange masks for the students, Usha said. “We will distribute the masks to the candidates. We plan to give three masks to each student. Vegetable markets set up at some schools during the lockdown will be shifted this week and the places will be sanitised.”
Coimbatore chief schooling officer P Usha has directed all HMs and principals to scrub the centres. “We’ve requested them to rope in municipal and native physique employees to sanitise the varsity premises,” she mentioned. “Chiefs have been appointed for every examination centre and the opposite procedures are beneath manner.”
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