- 1 Telangana 10th Exams Cancelled and 10th Result is based on Objective Criteria
- 2 Telangana Intermediate Exams, TS Polycet, TSEAMCET Exams and other IIT JEE Exams may also Postponed
- 3 9.50 lakhs Inter students will get relaxed if exams are postponed:
- 4 Telangana Inter First year all Pass?
- 5 Does everyone pass in 10th class in Telangana State?
Telangana 10th Exams Cancelled and 10th Result is based on Objective Criteria
Telangana 10th Exams Updates: The state government has taken a key decision to cancel 10th Exams in Telangana. Special General Secretary of Education Chitra Ramachandran announced on Thursday. He said the results would be revealed through the objective criteria decided by the SSC board. If any students are not satisfied with the results, they will be allowed to take the exams once things get better. All states are cancelling or postponing examinations as the intensity of corona surge is increasing day by day. Telangana state has now joined the list.
Telangana Intermediate Exams, TS Polycet, TSEAMCET Exams and other IIT JEE Exams may also Postponed
Today, Hyderabad: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cancelled tenth annual examinations and Telangana state also announced the same and postponement of Intermediate examinations. The government seems to be considering passing all those who have paid exam fees without conducting examinations for the inter-first year. On Thursday, Special General Secretary of Education Chitra Ramachandran had convened a meeting with inter-board officials to discuss inter-examinations. According to the earlier timetable, inter-examinations should start from May 1.
9.50 lakhs Inter students will get relaxed if exams are postponed:
There are nearly 9.50 lakh first and second year students. Up to 4.75 lakh students have to write exams every day. Students are currently staying at home as colleges are closed. If the exams are there, they should come back to colleges in towns and cities. Most of the MPC and BIPC students are in hostels in private and corporate colleges and appear for the exams. This means that colleges and hostels need to be opened.
The government should give permission at least a week before the start of the examinations. Students should stay in hostels for two weeks for exams. At that time, if anyone is infected with corona, colleges will have to be closed. On the other hand, experts say that there is no sign of a reduction in corona cases in May. Keeping these conditions in mind, CBSE has postponed class 12 examinations and will review it again on June 1 and take a decision.
Telangana Inter First year all Pass?
Since CBSE has postponed, there is no problem with admissions to NIT and IIT. Entrance examinations are written one day and go home. Inter examinations are different. One day first inter and second inter-examination will be held for two weeks. That is why there is a high chance of postponement in the state. Work is being done at the government level on passing everyone in the first inter. The final decision is likely to be somewhat clear at thursday’s meeting. “Usually students study for inter-examinations for the entire last month. The rest of the time is allotted for JEE and NEET. If the government decides, students will decide what to make time for,” said Dr Madhusudan Reddy, Chairman.
Does everyone pass in 10th class in Telangana State?
The government has reportedly been planning to cancel the class X examinations for some time, even if the conditions are not favourable. Education sources say that if the exams are cancelled, there are two ways to pass tenth students. So far, only one FA-1 has been completed to give grading based on internal examinations (formative assessment) marks as last year. This time it has been decided that only two FAs should be held and the second should be completed before April 15. Schools have been closed without the second. If they do not want grading with just one FA, they can give certificates to all as they did last year.