The one-minute late rule has been waived for the Intermediate Public Advanced Supplementary Exams (IPASE), which begin on Friday. students will have five minutes of grace time to enter the centers. students taking the first-year exams will be permitted to enter centers until 9.05 a.m., while the exam begins at 9 a.m. Similarly, applicants will be permitted till 2.35 pm for the second-year examinations, which will begin at 2.30 pm.

"The TSBIE modified the one-minute late limit for the IPE March, which will be extended to additional tests. students would be allowed only five minutes of extra time, according to a top TS BIE official.
A total of 4.6 lakh first and second-year students have enrolled for the tests, which will be held from May 24 to june 3. First-year exams will be taken in the morning session from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and second-year exams from 2.30 p.m. to 5. Nearly 900 sites have been set up across the state to ensure that the tests go smoothly.

Students are recommended to arrive at least one hour before the start of the examination. Hall tickets have already been published on the website, and students can download them.

Candidates were requested to verify the accuracy of the photo, signature, name, medium, topic appearing, and other information on their hall tickets. If any discrepancies are discovered in the hall ticket, they must be promptly reported to the college administrator or district intermediate education officer in charge and repaired.
The chief superintendents of centers have already been directed to let pupils who downloaded hall passes take the examinations even without the principal's signature on the hall ticket.

Meanwhile, municipal police applied the 144 section, which prohibits anyone from congregating near any IPASE facilities in the city. Mann's order states that the 144 section will be effective from 6 a.m. on May 24 to 6 a.m. on june 4. Any individual who violates the order shall face prosecution under Section 144 of the criminal Procedure Code.

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