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NBSE to conduct HSSLC, HSLC exams from March 8


HSSLC (Class 12) exams would be held from March 8 to 31st while the HSLC examination would be conducted from March 9 to 22

By Imna Longchar, TFM Nagaland Correspondent

The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) on Friday has informed that it would be conducting the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) and High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examinations from March 8.

NBSE Chairperson, Asano Sekhose, informed that the HSSLC (Class 12) exams would be held from March 8 to 31st while the HSLC examination would be conducted from March 9 to 22.

She said that in HSSLC examination, a total of 17,117 candidates are enrolled in Arts, Science and Commerce streams and they would be appearing the exams in 88 provisional centres.

In the HSLC examination, Aseno informed that altogether 30,327 candidates would be appearing the exam from 135 provisional examination centres and four sub-centres.

She also informed that another 1391 candidates would be appearing for the HSLC Compartmental examination from 35 centres.

The NBSE would also conduct the Class XI promotion examination 2021 from April 1 to 23.

The NBSE Chairperson further stated that due to COVID-19 pandemic, more additional examination centres have been created in all the districts and sub-divisions inorder to maintain social distancing in the examination centres.

Nagaland govt allows reopening of pre-primary sections in the Schools

Meanwhile, Nagaland government on Friday has permitted reopening of pre-primary sections in the Schools in the State for the conduct of physical or offline classes with up to 50 percent attendance with effect from March 1.

According to an official communiqué from Nagaland Home Department, attendance of any student for the physical or offline classes shall be with parental consent.

It stated that the reopening of any school shall be subject to all teachers and non-teaching staff of the school being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and if not vaccinated then the person concerned should have been tested negative for COVID-19 through either RT-PCR or TrueNat or CBNAAT once in every 15 days.

The communiqué further stated that resumption of class for pre-primary sections would be further subjected to adherence of all provisions of the SOPs on the preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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