JAC 10th 12th Exam 2023, Matric and Intermediate exam from tomorrow

JAC 10th 12th Exam 2023
JAC 10th 12th Exam 2023

JAC jharkhand Board 10th 12th Exam 2023: Matriculation and Intermediate exams are going to start from Tuesday (March 14).In this, 7.68 lakh candidates will be included. For this, 1950 examination centers have been set up in the districts and blocks.Along with the Jharkhand Academic Council, all the districts have completed their preparations for the malpractice-free examination.

There will be 4.34 lakh candidates in matriculation and 3.34 lakh candidates in intermediate.On the first day, the students of both the classes will take the vocational examination.1225 examination centers have been set up for matriculation candidates and 725 for intermediate.The examinations will be on OMR sheets as well as in written form.There will be matriculation in the first shift and intermediate exams in the second shift.In the first shift, the matriculation exam will be held on OMR sheet from 9.45 am to 11.20 am, while the written exam will be held on answer sheet from 11.25 am to 1.05 am.Similarly, in the second shift, there will be written examination of Intermediate from 2 pm to 3.35 pm on OMR sheet and from 3.40 pm to 5.20 pm in answer book.

Entry will be done in the examination center half an hour before
– Entry will start from half an hour before the commencement of the examination of matriculation and intermediate candidates.Candidates will be able to bring pen, pencil and geometry box along with admit card with them.Along with this, there will be an exemption to bring a bottle of water.Candidates will not be able to take electronic gadgets mobile, calculator, smart watch, ear phone to the examination center.

Appeal for malpractice-free examination
– Chief Minister Hemant Soren and Education Minister Jagarnath Mahato have appealed for malpractice-free matriculation and intermediate examination.For the smooth conduct of the examination, cooperation has been appealed to all the examinees, parents, teachers, common citizens and officials and personnel engaged in the examination work.CCTV cameras have been installed in the examination centers for malpractice-free examination.Legal action will be taken against those who commit or cause misconduct at any level and those who do not comply with the prescribed responsibilities.The government has appealed to all to maintain the dignity of Jharkhand and cooperate for building a bright future for the children.