On Monday, students in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh began writing their SSC exams, resulting in a huge rush of students and parents at examination centres in both states. The Board of Secondary Education, Telangana, has made all necessary arrangements to ensure a smooth examination process across the state. Approximately 4.93 lakh students, consisting of 2.49 lakh boys and 2.44 lakh girls, are scheduled to appear for the examination in Telangana. The examination is set to take place from April 3 to 13, with 2,652 centres being utilized for the same. The board has appointed a total of 34,000 invigilators to oversee the examination process, and 144 flying squads have been set up to monitor the exams.
Students are advised not to bring any papers other than their hall tickets, and they are strictly prohibited from bringing any electronic devices, cell phones or calculators into the examination centers. A special control room has been set up to ensure a smooth examination process, and all examination centres will be under CCTV surveillance. Additionally, RTC buses will be operating before and after the exams to provide convenience to students. They can travel for free from the stop nearest to their residences to the examination centre.
Similarly, all arrangements have been made for the Andhra Pradesh Class 10th Board exams, which commenced on April 3 according to the Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education. The exams will take place in a single shift starting from 9:30 am to 12:45 pm, and students are required to carry their AP SSC Hall Ticket 2023 to the exam center. The exams will be conducted between April 3 and 18, 2023, as per the AP SSC Exam Time Table 2023. Over 6.6 lakh students have registered for the exams, which will take place in 3349 centers across the state.