TS SSC Exams Training Manual cum Instructions to Invigilators of CS, DOs, ADOs. User Manual for Chief Superintendent Departmental Officer for SSC 2020 Exams, Training Manual Cum Instructions to Chief Superintendent, Departmental Officer, Additional Departmental Officer, Invigilators.
TS 10th Class exams 2020 User manual Training Manual cum Instructions to CS, DOs, ADOs, Invigilators. The instructions to the CS Chief Superintendents/ Invigilators are divided into two parts. The Instructions / Duties of the Chief Superintendents and the Departmental Officers (ACT NO. 25 OF 1997)
Part-I deals with General Instructions applicable to all Examinations.
The Chief Superintendents and the Departmental Officers are informed that Bar Coding is continued to all subjects for SSC, OSSC and Vocational Public Examinations, March 2020.
|Category||Training Manual cum Instructions|
|Name of the Examination||SSC Public Examination|
|Instructions to||CS, DOs, ADOs, Invigilators|
The method of conducting of First language paper-I to Social studies. paper-II, OSSC and Vocational Papers, detailed instructions are given in the part-II of these instructions. Any deviation/mistake/lapse on the part of the Chief Superintendent, the Departmental Officer, and Invigilators will lead to severe consequences such as withholding the results of the candidates in large numbers, nonidentification of the answer scripts of the candidate in marks wanting cases and Recounting cases besides initiating severe disciplinary action against the Chief Superintendents, the Departmental Officers and the invigilators concerned.
Read all the instructions carefully and in case of any doubt, please discuss with the District Educational Officer, the Deputy Educational Officer, and the Assistant Commissioner. Any lapse on his/her part will cause damage to the candidates.
As the Departmental Officer and the Chief Superintendent shall jointly oversee and take all possible steps to conduct SSC Examinations smoothly, curbing all kinds of unfair means the duties and instructions given to the Chief Superintendents hold good for the Departmental officer also. Hence both shall discharge all the functions jointly. They are equally responsible in all aspects of conducting examinations.
i. The Chief Superintendent is fully responsible for the proper and orderly conduct of the examinations at the Centre. It is a very responsible work and requires meticulous planning and very careful attention even into the smallest detail.
The examination process starts with the intimation that the Centre has been selected for the conduct of examinations and.concludes with the sending of answer scripts to the respective spot valuation camps and also sending all the required information and post-examination material to the Office of the Director for Govt. Examinations (D.G.E).
ii. The Departmental Officers posted at the center should render all assistance to the Chief Superintendents. They represent the Government and as such, they should be extremely vigilant and oversee proper, smooth and orderly conduct of SSC Examinations at the centers allotted to them.
iii. The Departmental Officer shall be very watchful in opening the sealed question paper packets and in distribution to the invigilators as per rules. He/she should ensure that the question paper is not leaked to any outsiders /students before or after the commencement of the examination.
He/she is totally held responsible for such occurrences, as he/she is a Government Representative. He/she has to maintain the Question Paper account and Stationery account room wise and also for the entire center.
CS DOs Instructions booklet for TS SSC 2020 Annual Exams:
(1) Label Single side CS 2020
(2) Covering LR & Index Single side CS 2020
(3) Time Table For printing March 2020
(4) Phone Nos back & back (2sides) 2020
(5) INSTRUCTIONS back and back (2sides) 2020
(6) Proforma II CS 2020
(7) Proforma III CS 2020
(8) Proforma IV CS 2020
(9) Proforma V CS 2020
(10) Proforma VI CS 2020
(11) Additional Guidelines & instructions issued to CS & DOs March 2020
(12) Copy of Act No.25 of 1997