SSLC Students sit for exams; DC Sindhu reviews arrangements


Team Udayavani, Jun 25, 2020, 10:55 AM IST

Mangaluru: Dakshina Kannada deputy commissioner Sindhu P Rupesh on Thursday, June 25 visited the examination center in Ramakrishna High School at Bunts hostel to reviews the arrangements.

Addressing presspersons Sindhu said, ” The district administration has reviewed all the arrangements made at the examination centers. We will make sure that the students will return back safely.”

“Over 30,000 students appeared for the examinations today in Dakshina Kannada and as many as 367 students have arrived from Kasaragod. None of the students are absent from Kasargod,” she added.

“Every student is given sanitizer and thermal scanning is done by scouts and guides students and health workers. Social distancing norms is also being followed in the examination center,” said Sindhu.

 

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