Dm organized meeting for Tgt Pgt exam

  1. Officials and Center Managers attending Google Meeting in Sultanpur. take part
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Sultanpur. No deviations are permitted in the TGT and PGT exams. Follow all guidelines issued regarding the Center Leader Exam and take the exam without copying. District judge Ravish Gupta found this in a Google meeting with the heads of the centers.
On Sunday, under the chairmanship of District Judge Ravish Gupta, a meeting was organized through Google Meet to prepare for the TGT and PGT exams in unsupported secondary schools on July 7th and 8th and July 17th and 18th, respectively.
On behalf of the Additional District Magistrate Administration Harshdev Pandey and the District School Inspector VP Singh, instructions were given to the center administrator and examiner of all 32 centers in the district to ensure fairness, fairness and peaceful conduct of the exam.
During that session, District Judge Ravish Gupta discussed at length the location of the room guards, the precautions for open questionnaires, the location of video surveillance, etc. during the trial. District School Inspector VP Singh promised to remedy the shortage of room inspectors and safety precautions on behalf of the headmaster.
In addition to the convenience of the student movement, Rector Sheetla Shankar Mishra also called for the safety of the center and the number of room inspectors. ADM Administration Harshdev Pandey said that in addition to the TGT and PGT exams, the district will prepare for the BEd exam on August 6 and the PET exam on August 20.
At the same time, the administration assured that all facilities would be available. On behalf of the police department, the additional police superintendent spoke about the provision of full security guards for the centers, the submission of questionnaires and the submission of answer sheets.
At the end of the meeting, District School Inspector VP Singh thanked all officials and asked the center leaders to make all arrangements for a peaceful conduct of the examination and advance information. The program was led by Shailendra Chaturvedi, spokesperson for the Keshakumari Government Girls Inter College.

Sultanpur. No deviations are permitted in the TGT and PGT exams. Follow all guidelines issued regarding the Center Leader Exam and take the exam without copying. District judge Ravish Gupta found this in a Google meeting with the heads of the centers.

On Sunday, under the chairmanship of District Judge Ravish Gupta, a meeting was organized through Google Meet to prepare for the TGT and PGT exams in unsupported secondary schools on July 7th and 8th and July 17th and 18th, respectively.

On behalf of the Additional District Magistrate Administration Harshdev Pandey and the District School Inspector VP Singh, instructions were given to the center administrator and examiner of all 32 centers in the district to ensure fairness, fairness and peaceful conduct of the exam.

During that session, District Judge Ravish Gupta discussed at length the location of the room guards, the precautions for open questionnaires, the location of video surveillance, etc. during the trial. District School Inspector VP Singh promised to remedy the shortage of room inspectors and safety precautions on behalf of the headmaster.

In addition to the convenience of the student movement, Rector Sheetla Shankar Mishra also called for the safety of the center and the number of room inspectors. ADM Administration Harshdev Pandey said that in addition to the TGT and PGT exams, the district will prepare for the BEd exam on August 6 and the PET exam on August 20.

At the same time, the administration assured that all facilities would be available. On behalf of the police department, the additional police superintendent spoke about the provision of full security guards for the centers, the submission of questionnaires and the submission of answer sheets.

At the end of the meeting, District School Inspector VP Singh thanked all officials and asked the center leaders to make all arrangements for a peaceful conduct of the examination and advance information. The program was led by Shailendra Chaturvedi, spokesperson for the Keshakumari Government Girls Inter College.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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