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    The State Education Minister, Sabitha Indra Reddy, has stated that the government will take strict action against employees who engage in irregularities during the SSC examination. During a video conference with district collectors, police commissioners, and education officials, Reddy emphasized that none will be spared if found negligent of their duties. She also assured students that the SSC question papers were not leaked and advised them not to worry about it.

    Reddy confirmed that the government has taken all necessary steps to ensure a smooth conduct of the SSC examinations. She urged people not to use the exams for their selfish interests and jeopardize the future of students. The minister asked officials to take stringent measures to ensure the completion of the remaining four papers of the SSC exams.

    About 55,000 officials and staff are directly involved in conducting the SSC exams, and Reddy instructed them to strictly prohibit mobile phones and electronic gadgets in exam centers. She emphasized that this rule also applies to officials and staff on exam duties. Reddy clarified that the SSC exams are being conducted transparently, and there is no place for suspicion and doubts.

    The minister also asked district collectors and SPs to ensure more secure measures are put in place for transporting the question papers, implement Section 144 around exam centers, and close Xerox shops in the vicinity of the centers. Reddy praised officials who ensured peaceful completion of the Intermediate exams.

    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
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