Matric and Intermediate exam from March 14; important details
The 2023 JAC Jharkhand Board 10th and 12th exams Beginning on Tuesday, matriculation and intermediate exams will be given. (March 14). 7.68 lakh candidates will be a part of this. 1950 testing locations have been set up in the district and blocks for this. All of the districts have finished preparing for the exam that is free of cheating, along with the Jharkhand Academic Council.
There will be 3.34 lakh candidates for intermediate school and 4.34 lakh for matriculation. Students in both classes will take the vocational test on the first day. For candidates for the matriculation exam, 1225 centers have been set up, and 725 for the intermediate exam. The exams will be administered both orally and in writing. In the first shift, there will be matriculation, and in the second, there will be intermediate exams. The matriculation exam will be administered on an OMR sheet during the first shift from 9.45 am to 11.20 am, and the written exam will be administered on an answer sheet between 11.25 am and 1.05 am. The Intermediate written exam will also be administered in the second shift from 2 pm to 3:35 pm on an OMR sheet and from 3:40 pm to 5:20 pm in an answer book.
Half an hour prior entry to the exam
Entry will open 30 minutes prior to the start of the matriculation and intermediate candidates’ examination. Candidates may also bring a geometry box, a pen, and a pencil with them to the exam. Additionally, you will be allowed to bring a bottle of water. Mobile phones, calculators, smart watches, and earphones are prohibited from being brought into the examination center by candidates.
Appeal for an exam free of fraud
Hemant Soren, the chief minister, and Jagarnath Mahto, the minister of education, have called for matriculation and intermediate exams that are free of cheating. All test takers, parents, teachers, regular people, and the officials and staff involved in the exam have been urged to cooperate in order for the test to go smoothly. In order to ensure a fair examination, CCTV cameras have been installed in the testing facilities. Anyone who engages in or causes misconduct at any level or disobeys the established obligations will be subject to legal action. The government has pleaded with everyone to uphold Jharkhand’s honor and work together to create a promising future for the youth.