Udupi gears up for smooth conduct of 2nd PU exams

 Udupi gears up for smooth conduct of 2nd PU exams
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Udupi, April 12, 2022: Deputy Commissioner Kurma Rao M asked the officials to make the II PUC examination a success by allowing the students to write the exam in an open environment without any confusion.

He was speaking at the preliminary meeting to supervise the II PUC examination preparations.

“The II PU exams will be held from April 22 to May 18 at 28 examination centers in the district. A total of 15,272 students, including 14,597 new candidates, 326 private and 349 re-examinees, will appear for the exam,” he said.

There are a total of 1524 students including 2203 boys and 2589 girls in the science stream, 4792 students- 3935 boys and 3915 girls in the commerce stream, and 7850 students- 796 boys and 728 girls in the arts stream.

The DC asked the officials to maintain the sanctity of the examination and make all necessary preparations for the successful conduct of the examination.

He instructed the officials of Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation and the Transport Department to make arrangements so that students can attend the examination centers within the stipulated time.

He said that the confidential items for the examination centers should be collected from the district treasuries and distributed to the examination centers without any confusion.

He instructed the Taluk Magistrates to take necessary precautionary measures under Sections 107 and 108 of the Code of Criminal Procedure against those indulging in question paper leaks and examination irregularities in the district.

Legal action will be taken against those found to be involved in exam irregularities such as question paper leak, their purchase, and sale, cooperation with students and individuals for question paper leak through mobile phones or electronic devices, and spreading rumors about the question paper, abetting and encouraging irregularities.

The 200 meters around the examination center will be declared a prohibited area, he said, adding that steps will be taken to compulsorily close down xerox shops around them.

At the meeting, Additional Deputy Commissioner Veena B. N . Deputy Director of Pre-University Education Maruthi, DDPI Govind Madiwala, District Level Implementing Officers, and others were present.

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