GUWAHATI: The Greater Secondary first 12 months (class 11) examinations in Assam ranging from Wednesday have been suspended partially resulting from floods and in depth harm attributable to heavy rains in the previous few days.
The Assam Greater Secondary Training Council (AHSCE), which conducts the exams, in a notification issued on Tuesday knowledgeable all of the heads of the establishments below it that the Greater Secondary first 12 months examinations to be held until Saturday are suspended till additional order.
The exams that had been scheduled to be accomplished on June 1 have been suspended resulting from “prevailing inclement climate and in view of damages being attributable to the pure calamities within the state”.
Nevertheless, within the worst-hit Dima Hasao district, all examinations until June 1 are suspended till additional order resulting from disruption of floor communication, AHSCE Controller of Examinations Pankaj Borthakur stated within the notification.
Round two lakh folks in 20 districts of Assam have been affected by floods, with the hill district of Dima Hasao getting reduce off from the remainder of the state after landslides triggered by incessant rain snapped rail and highway hyperlinks, an official bulletin had stated on Monday.
Floor hyperlinks to Assam’s Barak Valley and Dima Hasao district and neighbouring states of Tripura, Mizoram and Manipur remained snapped on Tuesday

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