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HSLC commences peacefully at Kalaigaon

HSLC examination 2013 has commenced peacefully at Kalaigaon on February 18. Total 888 numbers of students,mostly girls, (boys-398, girls-490) have appeared in this years HSLC examination at Kalaigaon. According to In-Charge of Kalaigaon centre 642 regular candidates ( boys- 282, girls-360) and 38 private candidates (male-20,female 18) have appeared in Zone A (Kalaigaon HSS School) while in Zone B (Kalaigaon Girls HS) 208 regular students (boys-96,girls-112) have appeared.Nabin Chandra Boro,Inspector of Schools,Udalguri district had visited most of the HSLC examination centres. He disclosed to media that three HSLC centres namely- Bholabari, Dalanghat and Dimakuchi had been identified as sensitive centres in the district. He further said that necessary security arrangements had been taken up to control any types of situation.

On the other hand,HSSLC final examination 2013 was also to commence at Kalaigaon College from today.According to Arabinda Das,Principal,Kalaigaon College 350 numbers of students would appear in the HSSLC examination from Kalaigaon College. AASU,AJYCP,Kalaigaon Press Club etc have offered good wishes to all the candidates.

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