Special cell to monitor malpractices in Plus II

The state government has formed a special monitoring cell for the first time ever to regulate the movement of flying squads to check malpractices during the month-long Plus II examination, beginning from Friday. Over 2.79 lakh students are scheduled to appear for the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) examination across 1,065 centres in the state.

There are 20 examination centres in the state capital. “The cell will keep a close watch on the use of unfair means during the test and will depute inspection squads as per its intelligence inputs. The checking groups will file reports about their findings on a daily basis,” said CHSE controller of examinations Jasobanta Behera.

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