Amaravati: Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh has asserted that there would be no change in the schedule of Intermediate examinations, which will be held from May 5, duly following the Covid protocol ensuring safety for every student.
Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the Minister said that the examinations will take place from May 5 to 19, where 1452 examination centres have been arranged across the State and the students can download their hall tickets from 6 pm today (April 29). The Minister said that inter-examinations were very important for the future of the students, as these certificates are quite essential in future. He assured that students and their parents need not worry about the conduct of the exams, as strict preventive measures will be taken at every centre.
He said East Godavari district had the highest number of 146 examination centers while Guntur district has 60 examination centers. A Covid Special Officer has been appointed for each district and all the test centers would be sanitized every day. Besides this, thermal scanning facilities were set up at each test centre, to ensure student safety. The minister clarified that the State government was responsible for the future and safety of the students and stated that if the students are passed through an order without conducting the examinations, students would suffer in future.
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