SSC Public Examinations | Important Instructions to the candidates | Exam Timings | Answer Scripts | Syllabus

Hyderabad, March 23: Director Of Government Examinations issued an important note with instructions to be followed by the students who were appearing SSC public examinations starting from Thursday.
–SSC Public Examinations, March 2011 are scheduled to be conducted from
24.03.2011 to 09.04.2011. The timings of the Examinations are from 9.30 A.M. to
12.00 Noon. The following are the instructions to be followed by the candidates.
–As the Bar Coding system is being implemented to all the subjects for this year
also, the Candidates are advised to reach Examination Centres at 8-45 AM on
Examinations days without fail.
–The Candidates are instructed not to put his / her Roll Number any where on the Main Answer Script, Addl.Answer Script, Map point sheet, Graph sheet, and Bit paper. They should put their main answer script Sl.No. on the Bit paper, Graph Sheet and Map point sheet.
–The candidates are advised not to write their names, initials, other marks of
identification/slogans etc., on outside or inside the answer scripts. If they to do so, they will be treated under malpractice and the performance will be cancelled.
–The candidates who are appearing first time for the SSC Public Examinations
March 2011 (Regular or With out School Study) with First Language HINDI /
URDU / TAMIL should write New Pattern Question Paper( i.e with Objective
paper) and Once failed candidates who belongs March 2010 and earlier and
appearing for SSC Public Examinations March 2011 with opting First Language
HINDI / URDU / TAMIL should write Old Pattern Question Paper (i.e without
objective paper) and this is the last chance to them.
–The candidates who are appearing first time for the SSC Public Examinations,
March 2011 with the Second Language i.e., Special English should write with New
Syllabus and for the failed candidates prior to March 2011 should write with Old
syllabus. These students are having only two chances ie., March 2011 and June
2011 only.

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