Kerala Plus One Exam
Kerala Govt: Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, DHSE Kerala is all set to take offline Plus One Exam from September 24. The Kerala Govt has laid strict COVID protocols for the plus one exams from September 24.After the review meeting, chaired by Education Minister V Sivankutty, the Govt has decided to have strict safety measures in place to ensure everyone's safety.
Before or on September 22, 2021, all examination centres, furniture, and school grounds must be cleaned and sanitised. This is critical for maintaining clean and infection-free conditions.
Students who are COVID-19 positive or have elevated body temperatures will be treated differently.
For this reason, schools/exam centres must assign separate rooms to such students and ensure that those rooms are cleansed and sanitised when the exam is completed.
All such children must be given PPE kits at the entrance gate, according to Chief Superintendents.
At the entrance gate, all candidates must undergo a thermal screening. They must also sanitise their hands while doing so.
After thorough screening, all students will be admitted to the exam centre through a single gate.
To avoid touch, sharing of stationary, water bottles, and other items is absolutely banned.
Everyone must wear masks at all times in order to preserve social distance.
Every room needs to be well-ventilated and well-lit. Air conditioners are not permitted in the rooms.
Students should be able to check and find their rooms if the seating arrangement and layout of test halls are displayed at the door.
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