Haryana: Super 100 exam today, 95 centers made, arrangement for 500 candidates in each – Super 100 Exam In Haryana Today – CGCHOTBOX

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The first phase of the Super-100 exam will be held across the state today. Instructions have been given to all the district education officers of the state regarding its concrete arrangements. Around 35,272 students studying in class 10th of government schools have registered for the first phase of selection of Super 100 students in session 2023-25. At the same time, 95 examination centers have been set up for the smooth conduct of the Super 100 examination.

A maximum of 500 students will appear in the examination at each examination centre. All the District Education Officers have been instructed to appoint DSS as nodal officers for the examination. This examination will be conducted according to the rules prescribed by the board. Students shall ensure to reach the examination center 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination.

In the letter issued by the Education Department, it has also been said that there will be a holiday for the students after 12.30 noon in the examination centers set up for the Super 100 examination. Teachers and other staff will be present in the school like the rest of the days. The exam will run from 1 pm to 3 pm.

The students who passed the first stage will be selected for the second stage examination. Students passing the second stage examination will be inspected by Vikalp Foundation, Rewari. Eligibility will be made on the basis of marks obtained in the first and second phase, on the basis of which the student will be selected in Super 100.


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