Friday, September 17, 2021

East Singhbhum to have 101 exam centres for JPSC 2021

District administration is all geared up for conduct of JPSC 2021 Examination on September 19. Covid norms would be complied with and tight security arrangements would be ensured.

Jamshedpur: The upcoming for JPSC Exam 2021 is going to be held on 19th September. An important meeting was organised by the East Singhbhum district administration at the DC Office Conference Hall to discuss the nitty gritty of the entire exercise.

The Deputy Commissioner Suraj Kumar, ADM Nandkishore Lal, Superintendent of Education, and Principal of all the schools in East Singhbhum district, besides a large number of teachers were present in the meeting.

The DC issued several instructions for ensuring that covid norms were abided by by everyone during the JPSC examination.

The ADM Law and Order Nandkishore Lal said that 101 examination centers have been set up for the examination in East Singhbhum district.

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Out of these, 90 centers are in urban area, rest 11 were built in Ghatshila sub-divisional area of ​​examination.

He said that It will be mandatory for everyone to follow the Corona guidelines during the examination.

He said all safety and security measures would be taken and CCTV cameras would be installed at all the centres. Also, he added, videography will be done during the examination.

He said that examinees will be allowed to enter the examination hall only after thermal scanning.

If found positive for fever, the test will be taken separately in another room.

He said that all the examination centers of East Singhbhum will have sitting arrangements according to covid norms and safe distance would be maintained between examinees.

About 43 thousand 250 students will take the exam in two shifts.

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In the meeting, everyone was instructed to ensure that covid guidelines of the government are followed during the examination.

Police teams will also be deployed along with the magistrate for security.

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