BOSE examinations; Special DGP chairs high level meeting at PCR
- State, Published on: Saturday 12th November 16 - 10:14pm
Srinagar: There should be a perfect coordination and synergy between the field officers of Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education, Department of Education, Magistracy and Police for the conduct of forth coming 10th and 12th standard examination. This was stated by Special DGP Coordination, Law & order, Dr. S.P Vaid at a high level meeting of Police and Board of school education officers at Police Control Room, Kashmir here today.
In this meeting the matters regarding the conduct of matriculation and higher secondary part-II examinations which are going to commence from Monday this month were discussed threadbare.
Speaking on this occasion Shri Vaid said that foolproof security and transport plans should be put in place and extra care needs to be taken for the examination centres categorized as sensitive and of far-flung areas.
Dr. Vaid said that the endeavour of the police is to ensure incident free conduct of examinations and for that there should be a meaningful briefing to the last men on the ground. He emphasized upon the officers that plans designed for these examinations should be implemented in true letter and spirit on the ground keeping in view of local situations.
Earlier, Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone SJM Gillani gave a detailed briefing about the plans being adopted for the smooth conducting of these examinations. He said that adequate deployments have been placed at the disposal of District SsP and the security arrangement for all the centres and for the transportation of examination material have already been worked out.
The IGP said that for timely and regular feed backs and updates, a call centre like facility is being established in police Control Room Kashmir which will remain in touch with the all the officers/ official of the departments involved in these three week long exercise.
Among others the meeting was attended by DIsG of all three ranges of Kashmir Division, all the district Ssp and officers of Jammu and Kashmir Board of school education.
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