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The Hailakandi district administration has taken a slew of measures for ensuring proper and smooth conduct of  D.El.Ed examination. The examination held in 19 centres across the district. It appointed authorised officer in each centre who have been put under the control and supervision of a magistrate.

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The administration banned the taking of mobile phone inside the centres by the examinees. Following the strict directive from Deputy Commissioner, Adil Khan, several examinees were expelled and even inviligators had to face the same for resorting to unfair means.

Meanwhile, the administration has denied strongly report in a channel that examination paper was leaked before the commencement of examination today. The administration is now mulling not to allow taking of mobile phone by the inviligators inside the examination centres.  Section 144 Cr.PC is already in force in the district. The examination that began today will be over on June 2.
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