The 2021 examination process will be conducted in full compliance with the healthcare guidelines set by the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia.
Sophia Gorgodze, the Head of the National Assessment and Examinations Center together with Nunu Mitskevich, Deputy Minister of Education and Science, and Paata Imnadze, Deputy Director of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health shared the latest updates in terms of safety measures during the exams.
In 2021, the Covid-19 infected examinees will have an opportunity to take exams 14 days after recovery. Additional sessions will be conducted once per subject before the end of examination period. The list of examinees will be developed according to the information provided by the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health.Sophia Gorgodze
Similarly, to the last year:
- examinees and invigilators will be allowed in only 50% of the area of each examination sector.
- Each desk will be equipped with a transparent protective shield / barrier from the front;
- The distance between the tables will be at least 2 meters, and the distance between the tables arranged in a row – 1 meter.
- Wearing a face mask will be mandatory throughout the examination process. The air conditioners will be switched on at temperatures above 30 ° C.
- Special spaces will be arranged for applicants with a high temperature this year.
Examinees are highly recommended to follow the healthcare guidelines set by the Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labor, Health and Social Affairs:
Keep social distance as much as possible during the registration and examination process;
Frequently use hand sanitizers provided by the Center.
Examinees should have an ID Card as well as an Examination Card;
Applicants are free to carry their own water in a plastic bottle, an additional face mask and a pen (gel black pen 0.5-0.7 mm, with a ball tip).
No other personal item will be allowed to minimize the risk of transmitting / spreading the disease from the items.