With the intermediate practical examinations slated to begin from February 3, the board is undertaking various measures to make sure that the examinations are totally foolproof
The intermediate practical examinations are slated to begin from February 3, 2012 and will go on up to February 25. The much anticipated jumbling system will not be implemented this year either. It may be recalled that since these exams are conducted in the students’ respective colleges, there are often claims that teachers help their students during the exam, which is why the jumbling system had been proposed.
However, the Intermediate Board of Examination is taking special care this year to ensure that the exams are conducted in a foolproof manner. The district officers are authorised to make alternate arrangements for examiners, in case the contract junior lecturers go on strike from today. To keep a further check on students, the officials have arranged for video surveillance during the exams.
A high power committee comprising of collector as chairman, SP as vice-chairman, RJDIE and DVEO as ex-officio members, and one senior principal as member has been constituted. This committee can order an exam to be re-conducted in case malpractice is detected.
Flying Squads will also be deployed. If 25 per cent of the candidates of any college secure 100 per cent marks in the practical examinations, the Board of Intermediate (BIE) will take measures for re-verification of the practical answer scripts of those candidates. Appropriate action will be taken, if necessary.
FN session: 9 am to 12 pm
AN session: 2 pm to 5 pm
The examinations will be conducted in four spells
03-02-2012 to 08-02-2012
09-02-2012 to 13-02-2012
14-02-2012 to 18-02-2012
21-02- 2012 to 25-02-2012
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