59, 481 students to appear at higher secondary, class XI examinations at 101 centres

59, 481 students to appear at higher secondary, class XI examinations at 101 centres

TMB Report

IMPHAL: The Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) Friday announced that altogether 59, 481 students will be appering in both higher secondary and Class XI examinations which are going to be conducted from February 14 to March 23, 2020 and February 17 and March 26, 2020 respectively.

The statement was made by Chairman of COHSEM Dr. L. Mahendra Singh during a press meet held at the Conference Hall of COHSEM, Babupara on Friday.

Addressing media persons, Dr. L Mahendra Singh said, in the upcoming higher secondary education examination 2020, students numbering 29, 144 will be appearing in three streams namely science, arts and commerce. Out of the total number of students, 20, 369 are students of science stream, out of which 10, 490 are males and 9, 879 are females. The total number of students in arts stream are 8, 065, out of which 4, 025 are males and 4040 are females; and total number of students in commerce stream are 710, out of which 410 are males and 307 are females.

He further said that students numbering 30, 0337 will be appearing in the upcoming Class XI examinations, 2020. Out of the total students, 20, 785 are in science stream, out of which 10, 460 are males and 10, 325 are females. The students who are going to appear in arts stream are 8, 885 in count, out of which 4371 are males and 4, 480 are females and last but not the least, 701 students are will be sitting in the examination for commerce stream, out of them 382 are males and 319 are females.

He also further said that the upcoming examinations will be conducted at 101 centres in 14 out of 16 districts of Manipur. He expressed his confidence that all the S.O, O.C, invigilators and students’ organizations will follow the dos and don’ts of the council in order to conduct the examination in a peaceful way and without any unwanted incidents occurring. Minister of Education Th. Radheshyam has been taking up tireless effort corresponding with related departments like administration and law enforcing agency and others so that the upcoming examination can be conducted fairly, in peace at every centre.

Commissioner of education(s) T. Ranjit Singh, Director of Education(s) Th. Kirankumar Singh and other officials of education department are monitoring and speaking to related examination officials for the upcoming examination for smooth processing of all activities.

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