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Govt clarifies on HSLC examinees
Published on 9 Feb. 2010 12:05 AM IST
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Nagaland government has cleared certain confusions that have risen over the cabinet decision on the issue of allowing 43 students from two schools in Manipur to appear HSLC examination 2010 under NBSE. State chief secretary, Lalthara in an office memorandum said there was some ambiguity in the recording of the minute over the issue which was discussed on February 3. Part 1 of the minute said that the government reaffirmed its earlier decision to allow such students from outside the state to appear in the HSLC examination conducted by the NBSE during the year 2010 while Part 2 of the minute said that students would have to appear the examination in conjunction with the rules and procedures prescribed by the NBSE. Stating that this has given rise to certain confusion in the interpretation of the cabinet decision, the state government has made some arrangements and relaxations of rules to be implemented by the NBSE in the following manner: (a) Since the government reaffirmed its earlier decision to allow students from Manipur to appear in the HSLC examination conducted by the NBSE, it follows that this decision implies that some relaxations will have to be allowed in the procedure for admission of candidates to this year’s HSLC examination in respect of students coming from Manipur, as it was done during the last three years. (b) The relaxation will be applicable to only the 43 students from Okai Academy, Mao and Dainty Kid School, Jessami valid only for the coming HSLC examination of 2010, to be conducted by NBSE. (c) The 36 students (21 boys and 15 girls) from Okai Academy, Mao may be allowed to appear the HSLC exam at Viswema Government High School centre, by providing additional 36 seats for them. No arrangement for accommodation and transportation will be required, as the students will come from Mao and go back on the same day. Seven students from Dainty Kids School, Jessami may be allowed to appear from Meluri Government High School centre by providing 7 additional seats. There will be no need for special arrangement regarding accommodation and transport which will be done by the students. (d) The NBSE will make necessary arrangement for admission of the above 43 students in relaxation of the normal rules, as was done during the past three years – 2007, 2008 and 2009, so that the candidates/students may be enabled to get their admission cards well in time for the exam. (e) This special arrangement and relaxation of rules will be made during the current year only.

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