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Class XII exam begins today; over 28000 students are appearing at 118 center across the state

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, April 7:

Class XII examination conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary education Manipur (COHSEM) for the year 2022 begins today.
As per information from the Council, as many as 28,400 students are appearing at different streams – Arts, Science and Commerce at 118 examination centers across the state.
A total of 4168 male students and 4035 female students are appearing in Arts stream; In Science stream a total of 9958 male students and 9671 female students are appearing in Science stream while a total of 304 male students and 264 female students are appearing in Commerce stream.
That is the total number of female exam candidates is 13,970, while that of male candidates is 14,430. In the regular category, the number of students to appear is 27,983; private 214 and casual cum subject improvement is 201. The number of students who are differently abled is 18.
Examination starts at 10 am and ends at 1 pm.
Last year the number of students appeared in the Council examination was 31,136, as per information from COHSEM. That means the number of students this year has been reduced.
COHSEM said that all exam centres have been directed to implement precautionary measures and maintain COVID appropriate behavior during the exam time.
118 officer in charge and 118 Supervisor are taking up extreme precautionary measures to ensure that the students do not use unfair means of any kinds. In addition, the COSHEM has also designated flying squad to check the examination center.
Besides, students’ bodies have also assisted the Council to make sure that the examination is conducted in fair manner.
On the other hand, police are seen deployed at some of the examination center as there has been a warning from UG group ASUK against the use of any unfair means. The outlaws have also imposed curfew in the 100 meter periphery of the examination center.

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