5279 Candidates Appeared In The Trained Graduate Examination

Saharanpur. In the trained graduate examination on Sunday, 5279 candidates took the exam as against 6025. There was a strict system of administration to conduct the examination peacefully and without copying. Masks and social distancing were mandatory to protect against corona. Thermal screening was done before entry at the centres. The first shift examination was held at seven centres. For the examination which lasted from 9:30 am to 11:30 am, candidates started reaching the centers from 8 am onwards. Thermal screening was done before entry at the centres. No one was allowed entry without a mask. Against 3276 candidates registered for the first shift, 2864 took the exam, while 412 were absent. The examination was conducted at six centers in the second shift. 2749 candidates were registered for the second shift, against which 2415 appeared for the exam, while 334 candidates were absent. District School Inspector Ravi Dutt said that the examination has been completely copy-free. Masks were made mandatory for the candidates as well as the staff. For the successful conduct of the examination, the mobile squads did surprise inspections of the centers, but no disturbances or defects were found.

Saharanpur. In the trained graduate examination on Sunday, 5279 candidates took the exam as against 6025. There was a strict system of administration to conduct the examination peacefully and without copying. Masks and social distancing were mandatory to protect against corona. Thermal screening was done before entry at the centres. The first shift examination was held at seven centres. For the examination which lasted from 9:30 am to 11:30 am, candidates started reaching the centers from 8 am onwards. Thermal screening was done before entry at the centres. No one was allowed entry without a mask. Against 3276 candidates registered for the first shift, 2864 took the exam, while 412 were absent. The examination was conducted at six centers in the second shift. There were 2749 candidates registered for the second shift, against which 2415 appeared for the exam, while 334 candidates were absent. District School Inspector Ravi Dutt said that the examination has been completely copy-free. Masks were made mandatory for the candidates as well as the staff. For the successful conduct of the examination, the mobile squads did surprise inspections of the centers, but no disturbances or defects were found. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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