Amaravati: With four days to go for the intermediate examinations, the Andhra Pradesh government is making all arrangements for the smooth conduct of the exams. On Saturday, chief secretary Dr. K.S. Jawahar Reddy held a video conference with all the district collectors and superintendents of police to discuss the elaborate arrangements.
A total of 10, 03,674 students will appear for the intermediate examinations in Andhra Pradesh which will be held from 15 March to 4 April. Among the total, 4, 84,012 students are from first-year and 5,19,662 from second-year intermediate. Examinations will be held from 9 a.m. to noon.
Here are the details:
· A total of 1,489 examination centers should have medical staff with appropriate first-aid kits.
· Every 20 examination centres should have one 108 ambulance service.
· RTC officials have been asked to take steps to run enough RTC buses on the respective routes so that students can reach the examination centers on time.
· District collectors and SPs have been asked to take strict measures to prevent any incidents of question paper leak and malpractices.
· The police will monitor examination centres through district, state-level control rooms.
· District collectors have been asked to take steps to keep Xerox and photocopying centers closed on the dates of the examinations at the respective examination centers.
· Adequate mobile patrol teams should be formed in the surroundings.
· The electricity department has been asked to take appropriate measures to prevent interruption of power supply. For this, a nodal officer will be specially appointed.