5,712 Students Set to Appear for CET Exam in Udupi District

 5,712 Students Set to Appear for CET Exam in Udupi District
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Udupi, May 17, 2020: The stage is set for this year’s Common Entrance Test (CET) as Udupi district prepares to host the exams in 12 centers, including 6 in Udupi, 2 in Karkala, 2 in Kundapur, and 2 in Brahmavar.

Zilla Panchayat Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Commissioner (in-charge), Prasanna H, confirmed that a staggering 5,712 students will be taking part in the examination.

Following a preliminary meeting to discuss the organization of the CET and II PUC supplementary examinations, Prasanna H emphasized the need for tight security measures. He directed officials to securely store the question papers in the district treasury under police protection, install CCTV systems, and assign the three-member committee to ensure timely delivery of the question papers to the examination centers under police supervision.

Observers will be appointed at each examination center, while CCTV cameras will be installed in all examination rooms. Room supervisors will also be assigned to oversee the proceedings. Stringent measures have been put in place, including the enforcement of a 200-meter radius prohibitory order around the examination centers. Prasanna H further instructed health officials to appoint health assistants at all centers and requested Mescom officials to prevent any power disruptions during the exams.

In accordance with the examination guidelines, students appearing for the CET exam must refrain from wearing watches, any electronic equipment, full-sleeved shirts, or jewelry within the examination center. They are required to arrive well in advance of the scheduled exam time and present a valid identification card along with their exam hall ticket (acceptable forms of identification include college ID cards, bus passes, driving licenses, passports, Aadhar cards, and PAN cards).

Addressing the staff assigned to examination duty, Prasanna H stressed the importance of punctuality and commitment, urging them not to be absent or assigned other tasks during this crucial period. He emphasized the need for seamless coordination among all officers and staff involved to ensure the efficient and streamlined execution of the examinations, minimizing any potential confusion.

In addition to the CET exams, the 2nd PUC supplementary examinations are scheduled to take place from May 23 to June 3 at four examination centers in the district. Prasanna H emphasized the need for cooperation and coordination among all staff involved in this examination as well.

The meeting was attended by Maruthi, Deputy Director of the Pre-University Education Department, and other officials assigned to examination duties.

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