Matriculation exams begin

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School children leave an examination centre in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday after they finish the first-day of exam. Photo: MNA

Matriculation exams began across Myanmar yesterday, with a total of 851,570 students sitting for the exams. The number of exam centres totalled 1,886, with 21 based overseas and 1,865 within the country.
Of the total students, 94 are taking the exam at hospitals, 24 are visually impaired, 15 are hearing impaired, 132 have physical disabilities, 181 are in prison, and 140
are from Myawady, Kayin State.
Instructors from Social Welfare Schools are using sign language to help hearing impaired students understand the questions.

— MNA
(Translated by MNA)

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