In this year’s exam, Hanoi would have 79,263 students taking the exam at 143 exam venues and 3,326 classrooms. This year, there would be 9,442 teachers and staffs serving as examiners, along with 1,448 security and supporting staffs.
Amid the complicated Covid-19 progression, the Steering Committee is determined to ensure safety of the exam.
At each exam venue, Hanoi’s Department of Education and Training would keep two backup exam rooms to ensure safe distance between students, in case there are suspected Covid-19 cases.
Meanwhile, the city would allocate one exam venue in the quarantine zone for students with close contact with Covid-19 patients. At these venues, there would be at least 5 exam rooms complying with social distancing orders and with required equipment against the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Department would sterilize all exam papers and documents of students at the quarantine zone before sending them back for grading.
Meanwhile, Hanoi’s Department of Education and Training would raise awareness among examiners regarding their responsibilities in preventing the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, as well as adopting preventive measures.
Vice Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee Ngo Van Quy requested all related agencies to prepare thoroughly for the exam and ensure safety for all students and staffs in the exam.