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Government relaxes attendance rule for SSC 2007 exams students

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Hyderabad, March 10, 2007

According to official sources, the State Government has decided to relax the attendance criterions for SSC students who will be taking their examinations from March 21. This decision was taken keeping in view of the future of students and efforts of the Government to attract children to schools in rural areas. Instructions have been issued unofficially to issue hall tickets to the students falling shortage of attendance.

The School Education Director, S. Balasubramanayam said that the attendance rule is here to stay and from next year, it would be enforced strictly and students would be reminded about the rule periodically. He said that nearly 12.42 lakh students are expected to take the SSC examinations.

It may be recalled that the Minister for School Education, N. Rajya Lakshmi during earlier this year said that no student would write examination sitting on the ground. The Government Examinations Director, GV Subba Rao said that thee 5454 examination centres and hoped that no student will write examination by sitting on the ground.

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