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Late Students to Get 5 Minutes Grace time in SSC Exams

Mar 16, 2016 17:28 IST

    The authorities of the Secondary School Certificate, Hyderabad has made it public through a notification that the candidates who are going to appear for the SSC examination will have to attend the examination on time and only five minute grace will be given to the late comers. After five minutes of the start of the examination, the candidates will not be allowed inside the examination centre. The candidates must make sure that they make it to the examination centre, mentioned in their admit cards, well before time. They should make arrangements for the examination day travel well before the day and make sure that they leave their house early, to avoid delay due to any external factors. The candidates should also take their admit cards for the examination, without which they will not be allowed inside the examination hall.

    The Secondary School Certificate examination will begin from 21 March and will conclude on 9 April, 2016 in the state. The examination will begin at 9:30 am in the morning and would end on 12 noon. The students can reach their examination centres as early as 8:30, to make sure that they find their allotted seats well before time and get settle in for the examination. Not only the students, but the staff will also be not allowed to carry their mobile phones to the examination halls. Those mobile phones with no cameras will only get permitted inside the examination hall, carried by the Chief Superintendents.

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