Higher Secondary exams begin on a chaotic note
The Higher Secondary Examination started amid chaos with incidents of question papers arriving late at examination centres being reported from Malda, Bongaon amongst others.
At a school in North Dinajpur, only 122 question papers were sent for the 400 students, who arrived at the examination centre to take the test.
Muktinath Chatterjee, the president of the HS Board, said they would enquire into the reports of the question papers arriving late and in insufficient quantities.
As most of the students have not received their admit cards today as well , the examinees were allowed to sit for the examination by showing registration certificates.
Chatterjee apologized for the inconvenience of the students and said that a three-member committee will probe the admit card fiasco after the examination is over. "Right now our priority is to ensure peaceful examination," he said.
The Council however put the blame on individual schools for submitted the examination forms late that resulted in the delay.
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