Over 3 Lakh Candidates To Appear For HLSC, SEBA Appeals Against Assam Bandh

The SEBA has appealed to all organisations and political parties to desist from calling Assam Bandh in view of the coming HSLC examination
The SEBA has appealed to all organisations and political parties to desist from calling Assam Bandh in view of the coming HSLC examination
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The bar code will be introduced in the answer sheets for the first time in the HSLC examination

Guwahati, February 11, 2019

As many as 3,52, 143 candidates will appear for the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination and the High Madrassa examinations which will kick-start from February 14th, 2019, as per the announcement made by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA).

The SEBA has appealed to all organisations and political parties to desist from calling Assam Bandh in view of the coming HSLC examination.

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The HSLC examinations will conclude on March 6th, 2019 and will be held in as many as 857 centres. For the first time, the bar code will be introduced in the answer sheets. The students are allowed to use only black pens while writing their papers, informed SEBA chairman Ramesh Chandra Jain.

Flying squads will be deployed in the “sensitive” centres and CCTV cameras will be installed in all the centres. Meanwhile, in a first, the SEBA is going to introduce question papers in braille for the visually impaired HSLC candidates. This year, a total of 13 visually impaired candidates are appearing for the HSLC examination.