KYKL strictures for HSLC exams
IMPHAL March 24: The proscribed KYKL has imposed curfew within 400 meters of the exam centre’s for the High School Leaving Certificate Exam scheduled to begin from March 25.
A press release by the outfit’s deputy secretary of publicity and research, Apabi Mangang has stated that not more than 2 persons can gather around the examination premises and no unfair means should be carried out during the said exam, the outfit has further directed the Meeyamgi Yawol Lanmee (MYL) to punish any offenders. The examination should be conducted as per regulations of the BSEM, and the officer in charge should oversee the conduct of the exams in each centre, the invigilator should also maintain a congenial atmosphere within the exam halls and bar any unfair means and expel any misbehaving students. The students should not use any unfair means and respect the invigilator. If any invigilator or OC is found defying the norms, then exemplary punishment will be meted out including forced retirement, the students found using unfair means should be barred from appearing in the HSLC exam for five years and if unbecoming conduct to the teachers will also be awarded fitting punishment, it states. Further, the outfit appeals to the parents of the students and the concerned to co operate with the strictures so that the education system of the state and the quality of the students improve.