Cuttack: 28/4/22:Annual matric examination 2022 will begin tomorrow and as many as 5,71,909 students will be appearing in the High School Certificate (HSC) examination commencing tomorrow at 3,203 centres across the State.
Similarly, 4,443 students will be appearing for the Madhyama examination in 122 centres.
Besides, 9,378 students will be appearing for the State Open School Certificate (SOSC) examination.
All the aforementioned exams are being conducted by the (BSE).
According to information shared by the BSE, the timings of the exams have been fixed from 8.00 AM to 10.00 AM.
However, the duration of some exams is less than 2 hours which will be completed by 9.00 AM or 9.30 AM, while only the Mathematics paper will continue till 10.15 AM.
Out of the 3,540 examination centres for the aforementioned exams, 315 have been notified as ‘Nodal Centres’.
According to the BSE, 24 x 7 security arrangements have been put in place at all Nodal Centres.
Besides, examination centres have been also provided with security cover from 6.00 AM to 12 noon on all examination days.
Further, for supervision of the examinations, 65 squads have been constituted at the District Education Officers level.
The BSE has centrally constituted 38 squads for supervision of exams.
The BSE has asked all district administrations to send squads to supervise examination centres within their jurisdiction.
A Control Room has been set up at the BSE office at Cuttack. The contact phone numbers of the Control Room are 0671-2412059/ 2412060.
As many as 65 of squads have been constituted at District Education Officers level while 38 squads have been centrally constituted by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE). All district administrations have also been requested to send squads to supervise examination centres within their jurisdiction.