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EXAMINATION DAY ONE: (Left) District Collector Neeraj Mittal (right) and Chief Educational Officer S.Karmegam (second right) supervising the Plus Two examination in progress at Presentation Convent in the city on Monday. (Right) Candidates browsing the question paper in the specially-allotted 10 minutes.
EXAMINATION DAY ONE: (Left) District Collector Neeraj Mittal (right) and Chief Educational Officer S.Karmegam (second right) supervising the Plus Two examination in progress at Presentation Convent in the city on Monday. (Right) Candidates browsing the question paper in the specially-allotted 10 minutes.

Staff Reporter

Collector, CEO visit examination centres

COIMBATORE: No malpractices were reported in any of the centres in the district on the first day of the Plus Two examinations, Chief Educational Officer (CEO), S. Karmegam, said on Monday.

Students (37,387 in number) took first language examinations in Tamil, Malayalam, French and Hindi.

Flying squads

Flying squads had been posted outside most of the examination centres to prevent malpractices.

District Collector Neeraj Mittal visited two examination centres – Government School on Raja Street and Presentation Convent.

The CEO visited seven centres. “The students approached the examination calmly on the first day,” he said.

The examination this year is taken by 20,953 girl students and 16,434 boys.

It is being held in 326 Government, Corporation, Municipal, Matriculation, aided, Anglo Indian and Private schools in the district.

The examinations will conclude on March 24.

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