IMPHAL, Mar 14: The proscribed KYKL has imposed ‘curfew’ on a distance of 400 meters around all exam centers of the Higher Secondary Exam 2011 to be conducted by COHSEM which is scheduled to commence from March 16 and finish on April 11.
A press release issued by the outfit’s publicity and research secretary Lanngamba Mangang informed that assembly of more than two persons, preparation of notes and delivering notes to students would be banned during curfew hours and areas covered by the curfew.
To strictly enforce these prohibitions, the outfit’s armed wing Meeyamgi Yawol Lanmee (MYL) has been empowered to shoot at sight anyone defying the prohibitions.
The outfit also asked the COHSEM to conduct the exam according to rules.
Secondly, OCs of all exam centers should ensure that the exams are conducted according to the laid down rules in a peaceful atmosphere.
Invigilators should immediately expel students found copying and they should not disclose any answer to students, the outfit cautioned.
Fourthly, students should not take any extra materials like notes, textbooks, mobile phones etc inside examination halls other than the materials required for the exams.
OCs and invigilators who do not follow these instructions would be given befitting punishment starting from forced retirement.
Students found copying would be banned from appearing exams for five years.
Likewise, students showing indiscipline to teachers would be banned from appearing for the exams for five years and they may be shot on their legs, the outfit warned.
(Courtesy: The Sangai Express)Number of Views :5597
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