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27,630 sit for Plus Two examinations in Thanjavur

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On their mark:Students writing the Plus Two examinations at a centre in Thanjavur on Friday.— PHOTO: B. VELANKANNI RAJ
On their mark:Students writing the Plus Two examinations at a centre in Thanjavur on Friday.— PHOTO: B. VELANKANNI RAJ

A total of 27,630 candidates appeared for the Plus Two public examinations that commenced on Friday .

As many as 66 examination centres have been set up in the Thanjavur district that comprises of three educational districts – Thanjavur, Kumbakonam, and Pattukottai. K.Baskaran, District Collector, visited a few exam centres and monitored the examination.

Nagapattinam

A total of 17,654 candidates – 7,230 boys and 10,424 girls – appeared for the Plus Two examinations in 45 centres in the district. While 22 centres were set up in Nagapattinam educational district, 23 were in Mayiladuthurai educational district.

T.Munusamy, Collector, visited the CSI Higher Secondary School here and monitored the arrangements. Fifteen flying squads visited various examination centres to check for any malpractice.

Tiruvarur

As many as 13,553 candidates – boys 6,022 and girls 7,531 – appeared for the examinations in 35 centres in Tiruvarur district. S. Natarajan, Collector, paid a surprise visit to the centre at GRM Girls HSS in Tiruvarur. Fifty two flying squads visited various centres.

Pudukottai

A total of 17,116 candidates sat for the examinations in 50 centres in Pudukottai district on Friday. C. Manoharan, Collector, visited the Kulapathi Baliah HSS, Government Model HSS, and TELC HSS in the town.

Ariyalur

As many as 7,774 students, including 4,302 girls, appeared for the Plus Two examinations in Ariyalur district on Friday. This district has two educational districts —Ariyalur and Udayarpalayam — and has 22 examination centres.

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