The district administration and education department in Mahbubnagar have taken necessary measures to ensure that the upcoming SSC public examinations are conducted with strict vigilance. Following the recent incident of the Telugu SSC public examination paper leak in Tandur, the district administration has become alert and taken all necessary steps to ensure that the exams are conducted in a free and fair manner, leaving no scope for malpractice.
District Collector G Ravi Nayak has given clear instructions to all concerned authorities to conduct the exams smoothly and without any discrepancies that may lead to malpractice. He has warned that anyone found involved in any kind of malpractice during the examinations will not be spared. As part of his efforts to ensure compliance, the Collector conducted surprise inspections of SSC public examination centers in the district on Tuesday.
During his visit to a SSC exam center located at a high school near Police Lines in the district, the Collector interacted with Chief Superintendent Kavita, who is in charge of the SSC exams at the center. He enquired about the arrangements made at the center and the number of students present and absent for the day’s exam. The Collector directed staff and invigilating authorities to strictly abide by their duties and responsibilities and warned them of strict action if they show any negligence leading to malpractice during the examinations.
Later, the Collector also inspected the examination center set up in the Basic Practicing High School and examined the police security arrangements made there. He directed officials to conduct the exams with complete care and no negligence should be allowed. Anyone found negligent in the conduct of the examinations will not be spared. These measures aim to ensure that the upcoming SSC public examinations are conducted in a fair and transparent manner.