Secretary of All Manipur Recognised Private Schools’ Welfare Association (AMRPSWA), L Joy has appealed the micro observers and flying squad members of class X examination to strictly adhere to the guidelines set by Board of Secondary Education Manipur.
Speaking to media, the Secretary said that the observation of micro observer during examinations unnecessarily create panic among the students.
Even if, the BOSEM felt the need to have micro observers, it should strictly instruct them to follow the examination guidelines set by the board, he observed.
Above 37,700 students will take the High School Leaving Certificate examination, which is scheduled to be held from Tuesday at 87 centers across the state including 68 private.
He also appealed the members of flying squad to strictly monitor the examination equally at hill and valley centers to prevent students from indulging in malpractices.
While informing that a team consisting four members of the association would also inspect at examination centers, he appealed to all the students’ organizations and their representatives who are assigned for observing the conduct of examination to strictly follow the exam guidelines and not to create panic among the exam takers.
The examination would be monitored by a team of 45 members including micro observers, who are equip with photo cameras.