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Private candidates to get applications from Dec 1

Special Correspondent

TIRUCHI: The Regional Directorate of Government Examinations here will distribute applications for the private candidates appearing for the Matriculation and Anglo-Indian stream public examinations scheduled in March 2011 from December 1–15.

The applications will be distributed at the office of the regional deputy director of government examinations in the city and at the office of the Chief Education Officers and District Educational Officers.

The candidates must remit Rs.135 for each subject in the matriculation exams and Rs.85 for each in the Anglo-Indian exams, at the government treasuries. Money remitted through the bank demand drafts will not be accepted.

The candidates should attach the copy of the mark list of all their previous attempts , with the application form. The photos affixed on the applications should be attested by the headmaster of the school where they studied class X.

The filled in applications should be submitted at the office of the regional deputy director of government examinations, Arabic College street, Khajanagar, Tiruchi-620 020 either through registered post or in person. The applications should reach the office by 5.45 p.m. on December 15, a press release of S.Bavani, regional deputy director of government examinations, said.

Aural-oral exam has been introduced in the Anglo-Indian public examinations from March 2001. The candidates appearing for the Anglo-Indian examinations should attach the original copy of the mark list for the aural-oral exam duly attested by the headmaster.

The candidates who appeared for the Anglo-Indian exams before March 2001 should appear for the aural-oral examinations. They have to approach the director of government examinations, College Road, Chennai-5 either in person or by post.

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