The annual intermediate exams under the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Board of Education commenced today, with an impressive 441,732 students participating across the province.

Nasrullah Khan, chairman of the All Boards Coordination Committee, provided details about the extensive arrangements made to ensure the smooth conduct of the exams.

He said a total of 2,012 examination centres have been established to accommodate the large number of students. Additionally, a dedicated examination staff of 141,000 individuals has been deployed to manage and oversee the exams, ensuring that all procedures are followed meticulously.

To maintain the integrity of the examination process, CCTV cameras have been installed in examination halls across the province. These measures are aimed at monitoring the conduct of the exams and ensuring transparency. Nasrullah Khan emphasized that strict measures have been implemented to prevent any instances of copying or cheating during the exams.