Intermediate Board makes elaborate arrangements for examinations
March 10, 2014 - Hyderabad
The Intermediate Examinations slated to be commenced from March 12, the Board of Intermediate had made elaborate arrangements for its smooth conduct. Intermediate Board secretary Ramsankar Nayak and Commissioner Adharsingh and Chief controller of examinations Bhaskara Reddy speaking to press on Monday said that 9,29,090 students for first year and 10,49,289 candidates for second year are appearing for the examination. The examination will be conducted in 2661 centres and 230 centres were identified as sensitive 975 governments, 187 aided and 1,499 unaided. Scribes have been permitted for a total of 477 visually impaired and differently-abled candidates. All major examinations will be concluded by March 26.They said that they have created 95 self-centres. The examinations will begin at 9am and the candidates will not be allowed into the centre after 9 am.
High Power committee appointed
District examination committees and high power committee have been constituted for the conduct of exams. A total of 133 flying squads and 135 sitting squads have been constituted, with members drawn from education, police and revenue departments.
Regional Joint Directors of Intermediate Education and District Vocational Educational Officers, apart from officers from the Board’s head office, will be deputed as observers.
GPR introduced for the first time
They said that Global Positioning System is being introduced for the first time and mobile phones will not be permitted in the examination centres except the Chief Superintendents and Departmental officers.
Hall tickets can be downloaded by visiting the website www.bieap.cgg.gov.in after noon on Tuesday. Control rooms with nos.040-24601010 have been created and can contact if any problems, said the officials.