The Ministry of Justice and Public Security mobilizes more than 70,000 professionals from federal and state agencies to “monitor possible occurrences” during the Enem 2022. The test will be held on November 13 and 20.
According to the Ministry, the professionals will monitor the output of graphic proofs, escort the pouches, distribution routes, storage locations and carry out tests.
The bodies involved in the operation are the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep), Federal Police (PF), Federal Highway Police (PRF), Ministry of Defense (MD), Brazilian Post and Telegraph Company (ECT), Public Security Departments – Military and Civil Police, Fire Department, Civil Defense and Mobile Emergency Care Service (Samu) – Municipal Guards, in addition to energy, water and telephony concessionaires and Application Consortium. Each of them will act within their legal attributions.
The operation will be coordinated from the Integrated Center for National Command and Control (CICCN) in Brasília. The Secretariat for Integrated Operations (Seopi), linked to the Ministry of Justice, will promote the integration of institutions participating in national or regional operations.
The first day of the National High School Exam (Enem) takes place this Sunday (13) with tests on languages, codes and their technologies, writing and human sciences and their technologies. About 3.4 million students are expected to participate in this edition. The second day of testing will be on November 20th.
The gates of the schools where the tests will be held will be open between 12:00 and 13:00 on both days, with the start of the application scheduled for 1:30 pm.
According to information from the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Inep), students will have 5 hours and 30 minutes to complete the first day of tests, and 5 hours to complete the second day of assessment.
The second day of tests will have tests of natural sciences and its technologies, and mathematics and its technologies.
Source: CNN Brasil