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Plus-Two results may be declared earlier this year

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MADURAI, APRIL 22. The valuation of answer sheets of Plus-Two examinations held last month has been completed today. Around 2.75 lakh answerscripts from six districts were valued in the Madurai camp, according to the Chief Educational Officer, T. Kanna Kalyanasundaram. He indicated that the higher secondary results would be published during the middle of May. The Director of Government Examinations would take the final decision, he said and added that the results might be declared earlier this year. The Plus-Two results were declared on May 17 last year.

Speaking to The Hindu at the conclusion of the valuation camp, Mr. Kalyanasundaram said the work went off smoothly and the first batch of marks had been sent to Chennai in a computerised format. The valuation took place at the Jeyaraj Nadar Higher Secondary School at Nagamalai. He said that the valuation of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate, Matriculation and Anglo-Indian examinations was taken up from April 20 and the work should be over by April 28.

Meanwhile, a rally was taken out in the city to create an awareness of `Sarva Siksha Abhiyan'. A special drive would be undertaken till April 24 to get more dropouts admitted to schools, said Pon. Kumar, District Elementary Education Officer.

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