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Tuesday, 24 November 2020 12.42 PM IST

Necessary arrangements made to conduct board exams, ready to help students who are stranded in other districts: Chief Minister

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said that necessary arrangements have been made to conduct the pending SSLC, Plus two and VHSE exams in the state. The CM made the statement while speaking to the media after the coronavirus review meeting.

Dismissing rumours about postponing the exams, the CM said that there is no need to change the exam schedule as the authorities have taken necessary arrangement to ensure the safety of the students. "Special transportation facilities will be arranged for students. The government will also make sure that proper safety measures will be followed inside the exam halls and during transportation, " he said. The CM also added that seating will be arranged by following the social distancing norms.

The CM also added that necessary arrangements will be made to transport those students who are currently stranded in other districts

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