Second-year PUC Exam starts From Today: Hijab Prohibitory Order Enforced

BENGALURU: The statewide second PUC examination is starting today, Thursday, March 9. The exam will be held from 10.15 am to 1.30 pm. This time there will be multiple choice questions for 20 marks in all subjects for the convenience of students.

No Hijab Allowance: This time the students appearing for the PUC examination must wear uniform compulsorily. If you come wearing hijab, you will not be allowed to enter the exam hall. Last year’s rule will be in force this time as well.

The second PUC examination will be held in 1,109 centers in the state and a total of 5,716 colleges will conduct the second PUC examination. This time, 7,26,195 students have registered for the exam, and 2,34,815 students have registered for the art department, 2,47,260 students have registered for the commerce department and 2,44,120 students have registered for the commerce department and 2,44,120 students have registered for the exam.

Enforcement of Prohibitory Order: Prohibitory order has been enforced within 200 meters of the examination center and 1,109 Deputy Chief Superintendents, 64 District Vigilance, 525 Taluk Vigilance, and 2,373 Special Vigilance will be deployed to the examination center.

Security measures: Tight police security has been arranged at all examination centers in the state. CCTV surveillance, xerox centers around the examination will be closed during the examination period. Cyber Centers, Tuition Centers, computers, and Games Centers are kept under special vigilance.

Students are not allowed to take any kind of electronic devices such as mobile phones, smart watches, or earphones inside the examination center. 24/7 police security in examination centers for question-and-answer paper transportation, storage, evaluation centers, officers and staff involved in security work, and examination duty are prohibited from using mobile phones, only the superintendent of the examination center is allowed to use basic mobile phones without a camera facility.

Multiple Choice for the benefit of the students: This time there will be multiple choice questions of 20 marks for the benefit of the students. Earlier 5 or 6 multiple choice questions were asked. This time there will be multiple choice for 20 marks. Education Minister BS Nagesh said that there has been a change in the evaluation system and there has been an amendment regarding the grace marks. Also, he informed me that the second-year PU exam result will be announced in the first week of May.

Free travel for students writing exams: Students going to write the second-year PUC exam can travel free on KSRTC and BMTC buses even if their annual bus pass expires.

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