All set for II PU exams from tomorrow

The II PU examinations are all set to begin on March 1, with full security in place.

This year, CCTV cameras have been installed at all examination centres and all the activities on the exam days will be monitored.

Vehicles carrying the question papers from the treasuries to the exam centres have been equipped with GPS devices. The movement of the vehicles will be tracked live and if there is any deviation from the set route, the authorities will be alerted.

There are a total of 1,000 centres. This year, too, exam centres have been randomised and students will not be writing their examination in their own colleges. In 243 cases where one taluk has only one exam centre and there are other challenges, external invigilators will be deployed.

The KSRTC will offer free rides to students, which they can avail by producing their hall tickets.

A total of 2.01 lakh students from the Arts stream, 2.56 lakh students from the Commerce stream and 2.32 lakh students from the Science stream will be writing the exam this year. Of this, 3.5 lakh students are boys and 3.3 lakh students are girls.

There are 28,374 private candidates attempting the exams this year. To ensure smooth and safe conduct of the exams, 286 flying squads with three members each will be deployed.

This year for the first time, II PU students will be writing exams in the National Skills Qualifications Framework subjects.

A helpline has been set up for students: 080 23083900 (between 8 am and 8 pm). The examinations will conclude on March 17.

The II PU examinations are all set to begin on March 1, with full security in place.

This year, CCTV cameras have been installed at all examination centres and all the activities on the exam days will be monitored.

Vehicles carrying the question papers from the treasuries to the exam centres have been equipped with GPS devices. The movement of the vehicles will be tracked live and if there is any deviation from the set route, the authorities will be alerted.

There are a total of 1,000 centres. This year, too, exam centres have been randomised and students will not be writing their examination in their own colleges. In 243 cases where one taluk has only one exam centre and there are other challenges, external invigilators will be deployed.

The KSRTC will offer free rides to students, which they can avail by producing their hall tickets.

A total of 2.01 lakh students from the Arts stream, 2.56 lakh students from the Commerce stream and 2.32 lakh students from the Science stream will be writing the exam this year. Of this, 3.5 lakh students are boys and 3.3 lakh students are girls.

There are 28,374 private candidates attempting the exams this year. To ensure smooth and safe conduct of the exams, 286 flying squads with three members each will be deployed.

This year for the first time, II PU students will be writing exams in the National Skills Qualifications Framework subjects.

A helpline has been set up for students: 080 23083900 (between 8 am and 8 pm). The examinations will conclude on March 17.

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