2021-2022 matriculation examination begins

Students are seen joyfully coming out after sitting for the first day of Matriculation Exam yesterday.

The matriculation examination for the 2021-2022 academic year began yesterday, and the basic education high school students across the nation sat the exam.
Before the exam, the teachers systematically checked the wearing of masks, body temperatures and exam admission cards following the COVID-19 health rules.
In Nay Pyi Taw Council Area, a total of 87 students out of 89 from No (6) BEHS in Zabuthiri Township took the exam, while there were 496 students out of 541 from No (7) BEHS, 1,847 students out of 1,964 registered students at nine exam centres in Zeyathiri Township, 2,000 studnets out of 2,120 registered students at five centres in Pobbathiri Township and 999 students out of 1,069 registered students at six exam centres of Ottarathiri Township.
Similarly, the students sat the exam at two exam centres in Putao Township of Kachin State and the respective high schools in Kayah State, Taninthayi Region, Magway Region, Yangon Region, Shan State (South) and Ayeyawady Region, in addition to other townships.
The security personnel, health workers, Fire Brigade members and ward/village administrators systematically provide security measures in and out of school areas for the students to take the exam peacefully.
The students sat Myanmar Language yesterday. Today will be English while the mathematics will be on 2 April, and 3 April (Sunday) will be an off day.
They have to take Chemistry on 4 April, Physics on 5 April, Biology/Economy on 6 April, Geography on 7 April, History on 8 April and optional Myanmar subject on 9 April.
A total of 312,299 students — 200,768 freshers and 111,531 repeaters — registered for the exam at 1,256 exam centres in 321 townships of 71 districts in respective regions/states/districts/townships until 9 March, according to the Ministry of Education.
Union Minister for Education Dr Nyunt Pe, the Nay Pyi Taw Council Chairman, Region/State Chief Ministers and relevant officials inspected the examination.—MNA

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