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KHAMMAM:The administration wanted proper furniture to be made available for the students appearing for the Intermediate examination at some 100 centres in Khammam district. Addressing a meeting of the chief superintendents and department officers, the district revenue officer, N. Ramesh Kumar said the students should not be put to inconvenience at the examination centres for want of furniture. The students must be provided with chairs and benches.
In all 72,005 students will be appearing for the examinations. They included 37,961 students of the second year Intermediate (both regular and vocational) and 34,044 of first year intermediate. Section 144 would be in force all the examination centres right from March 10, the day the examinations were to commence. Five flying squads and 12 sitting squads would be pressed into service. Electronic devices and mobile phones would not be allowed into the examination halls.
Availability of doctors
The examination centres should have the availability of doctors if needed and sufficient drinking water. Regional Inspection officer, Varaprasad and district vocational officer, Vijayabhaskar took part.
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