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Telangana SSC Exams Start on March 21st, 2016. Total Six cases of malpractice were reported on the first day of the SSC exams held across the state on March 21st, 2016. In Sister Nivedita School in Ranga Reddy district, an impersonation case was booked against a youth who tried to write the exam on behalf of his younger brother. One case in Mahbubnagar and two cases each in Karimnagar and Hyderabad districts were booked against erring students. Results Out ... Check Now...
Telangana SSC Results 2016 : officials, 99.2% was the attendance on the exam day. Out of the total 5,56,757 registered students, 2112 failed to turn up for the exam. With the students being allowed in examination halls one hour prior to the start of the exam, almost 95% of the students got into the classrooms by 9 am.
Schools9 TS SSC Resuls 2016: As many as 35,147 students appeared for first language paper-I of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) public examinations, which began in 185 examination centres across the district. A total of 159 students were absent for the first examination. No case of malpractice was reported from anywhere in the district, official sources said.
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Manabadi TS SSC Results 2016:
Two malpractice cases were reported at Basanthnagar examination centre during the first day of the SSC examinations conducted in various parts of Karimnagar district. Against a total of 56,146 students, 55,972 students appeared in the examinations, and only 174 student abstained from it.
About 14 flying squads inspected 72 centres. four centres respectively. For the first time, the SSC examinations were conducted under the surveillance of CCTV cameras in six centres in Karimnagar, Jammikunta, Sircilla, Ramagundam, Gollapalli and Mallapur centres.
The SSC exams began on a quiet note in Adilabad. A notable fact was the low percentage of absentees. Against a total of 38,623 candidates in the district, as many as 38,354 took the first language paper 1 exam - the absentees being only 269.
The SSC examinations commenced on a peaceful note at 254 examination centres across Warangal district. About 53, 507 students registered for the exams across the district, of which 133 were absent on the first day. There were 298 private students for whom five centres were provided. To ensure smooth and fair examination, 254 chief superintendents, 254 departmental officials, and about 3000 invigilators were deployed along with 14 flying squads.