Aizawl (mizonews.net): Mizoram Board of Secondary Education is all set to conduct the State Technical Entrance Examination (STEE) on May 15.
“We are prepared to conduct a transparent and fair examination, we shall be very strict,” MBSE chairman Rev. Dr. Lalchungnunga said.
Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla had on May 7 last sent a letter regarding State Technical Entrance Examination (STEE) to the Education Minister, and instructed him to conduct a “very fair and transparent exam”.
Rev.Dr. Lalchungnunga also informed that the responsibilities of MBSE are to provide brochure, conduct exam, and declaration of result; whereas Syllabus and Seat allotment are the responsibility of Higher and Technical Education department. “Everything is kept ready now for the exam,” he added.
The MBSE official said, there will be negative marks for wrong answers; and answer should be given only in Block letters, otherwise even right answer will be adjudged wrong. Hence, students are asked to be careful and give answers in the proper format and rules only.
So far, 1581 applications have been received, out of which 1564 applications have been accepted. In the medical group, there are 420 males and 586 females, 1066 candidates in total; whereas, in engineering group there are 287 males and 70 females, 357 candidates in total. Meanwhile, there are 117 males and 84 females, 201 candidates in total applying for both Medical and Engineering.
The examination will be conducted on May 15 at Mizo High School, Mizo Higher Secondary School, and Chaltlang Higher Secondary School. And, the result of the exam is expected to be given within two weeks from the date of the exam; and the result will be available for successful candidates only after paying necessary fees by themselves within ten days from the declaration of the result.