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ASUK announces curfew in the surroundings of examination centers for HSLC and Higher Secondary exam

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, March 31:

Alliance for Socialist Unity, Kangleipak (ASUK), the Joint body of proscribe group KYKL and KCP has imposed curfew in the surroundings of class X and XII examination centers during examination days which is starting from April 5 and April 7 respectively.
A statement said that the measures are being taken up to ensure that the examinations are conducted without using unfair means by the students. It is taken up as a part of the Campaign for National Regeneration (CNR) which is being taken up by a Special Task Force (STF).
In a statement signed by K. Deepak, Commander of the STF, CNR of ASUK, it is stated that gathering of people inside 200 meter distance from the examination center has been prohibited as the STF has imposed curfew in the surrounding of the examination center.
The STF also stated that examination invigilators and the students appearing the exam should not be allowed to carry notebooks, prepared answers, I-pad, mobile phones, cameras and any other electronic devices in the campus of the examination center. The STF also said that any kind of helps by the invigilators to the students appearing the exam and also copying among the students or use of any unfair means should be strictly prohibited. If the restriction put by the STF is not followed then OC/AOC/SO should be held responsibility.
The STF also said that no obstruction should be given to any decision taken by the flying squad of the Board and Council while expelling students for using unfair means. The flying squad of the Board and Council should also perform their duty to ensure that the examination is conducted without using unfair means.
The STF also warns of serious consequences to those who uploaded original question papers or hoax question papers through social media. It also said that student bodies that will not inspect schools should not reserve schools.
If anybody is found violating the strictures imposed by the STF of the ASUK, then the task force will take appropriate action. Earlier, as the CNR was in its early stage the STF simply gave a warning, however, this time the STF will not spare anybody who fails to comply with the strictures, the statement added.

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