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Admit card anomalies to be rectified soon: SEBA

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GUWAHATI, Feb 5 � Drawing flak from various quarters in the wake of its HSLC admit card anomalies, the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) today assured the students that it would ensure delivery of correct admit cards within seven days.

With the HSLC and Assam High Madrassa examinations 2015 scheduled to begin from February 19, the development had put the examinees in a quandary, as large-scale anomalies concerning registration numbers and names of candidates were reported from various examination centres.

All Assam Students� Union adviser Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya today took up the matter with SEBA Chairman Meenakshi Sundaram and Secretary Abir Hazarika, following which the SEBA authorities assured that the anomalies would be rectified and authentic admit cards delivered to the students within a week.

The Students� Federation of India (SFI) too protested against the anomalies, saying that the SEBA must rectify the anomalies at the earliest and fix responsibility on the guilty officials through a probe.

The SFI, which would be staging a demonstration in front of the SEBA office at 12-30 pm tomorrow, also demanded that the SEBA stop its practice of getting exam-related things done outside the State under the pretext of modernisation. It further demanded appointment of a permanent SEBA Chairman.

�This is shocking. As per admission of the SEBA Examination Controller, some 10,000 admit cards have anomalies. The SEBA must ensure hassle-free conduct of the HSLC Examination,� it said in a statement.

For the HSLC 2015 Examination, the SEBA had introduced new security features-enabled answer booklets as part of its examination reforms to eradicate malpractices and ensure a zero-error evaluation and result declaration process.

The Board has come up with an Exam Action Plan 2015 for HSLC/AHM examinations 2015 with seven specific cells under the exam core team that includes an Exam IT cell, which is biometric access controlled.

�As the Board plans to declare the results a month ahead of the usual time with introduction of the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) along with the existing Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) technology, latest printing technology, required server and trained manpower have been put in place, for a hassle-free result processing,� a SEBA official said.

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Admit card anomalies to be rectified soon: SEBA

GUWAHATI, Feb 5 � Drawing flak from various quarters in the wake of its HSLC admit card anomalies, the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) today assured the students that it would ensure delivery of correct admit cards within seven days.

With the HSLC and Assam High Madrassa examinations 2015 scheduled to begin from February 19, the development had put the examinees in a quandary, as large-scale anomalies concerning registration numbers and names of candidates were reported from various examination centres.

All Assam Students� Union adviser Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya today took up the matter with SEBA Chairman Meenakshi Sundaram and Secretary Abir Hazarika, following which the SEBA authorities assured that the anomalies would be rectified and authentic admit cards delivered to the students within a week.

The Students� Federation of India (SFI) too protested against the anomalies, saying that the SEBA must rectify the anomalies at the earliest and fix responsibility on the guilty officials through a probe.

The SFI, which would be staging a demonstration in front of the SEBA office at 12-30 pm tomorrow, also demanded that the SEBA stop its practice of getting exam-related things done outside the State under the pretext of modernisation. It further demanded appointment of a permanent SEBA Chairman.

�This is shocking. As per admission of the SEBA Examination Controller, some 10,000 admit cards have anomalies. The SEBA must ensure hassle-free conduct of the HSLC Examination,� it said in a statement.

For the HSLC 2015 Examination, the SEBA had introduced new security features-enabled answer booklets as part of its examination reforms to eradicate malpractices and ensure a zero-error evaluation and result declaration process.

The Board has come up with an Exam Action Plan 2015 for HSLC/AHM examinations 2015 with seven specific cells under the exam core team that includes an Exam IT cell, which is biometric access controlled.

�As the Board plans to declare the results a month ahead of the usual time with introduction of the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) along with the existing Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) technology, latest printing technology, required server and trained manpower have been put in place, for a hassle-free result processing,� a SEBA official said.