MUMBAI/PUNE: The state board will continue to keep its focus on a malpractice-free exam season as the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams begin on Thursday. The board will deploy six flying squads of its own, restrict use of mobile phones and not allow students in the classroom after exam begins.

Over 17.5 lakh students from 21,986 schools will appear for SSC examination at 4,657 centres across the state. Of these, 9.7 lakh are boys and 7.8 lakh are girls. There are 16.4 lakh fresh candidates (those appearing for the first time), 67,563 repeaters, and 46,007 students from other categories, like the betterment scheme.

Thursday is the first day of the examination, which will conclude on March 24. The board’s authorities have advised…

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