When questioned about the arrangements to the Chairman of RBSE, Subhash Garg said “We want exams to be conducted in a fair manner and so are making best arrangements for the same. Learning from the past experiences, the board has deployed extra workforce of home guards at nodal centres. In total, 264 flying squads have been deployed for surprise checks. For the centres only for girls, female flying squads will operate in eight divisions of the state”.
In order to restrict hi-tech cheating by using mobile phones, the board organized special workshops for examination superintendents. The use of mobile phones will be restricted in the periphery of 100 meters of the examination centres when the exam is on and even photocopying machines will remain closed.
Once the exam is complete for the day, the answer sheets will be sent to the headquarters on the same day and all necessary transportation arrangements have been made for the same. Similarly, for any other help at examination centers and for teachers on examination day, a control room has been established which will operate from 6 am to 12 midnight.