Hyderabad: With the increase in COVID-19 cases in the state, and the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBEI) being unable to conduct examinations for the students of Inter, the body is considering a proposal to allocate the same marks to the second year students. Doing, which they made in his first year.
Experts believe that the current situation in Telangana is not conducive to taking the second year examination and there is no chance of conducting the examinations now.
The Telangana government had earlier announced that a high-level meeting would be held in the first week of June to take a final decision regarding the exam.
However, experts have stated that the COVID-19 pandemic is receding by then.
If there is further delay in the inter second year, it will create problems for the entrance examination of engineering, medical, NIT, IIT and other such examinations.
Slow testing by private lecturers will further delay the results, reducing the problem.
In addition, during the current academic year 2020-21, only 20 to 25 days of regular classes were conducted.
Keeping all these factors in mind, TSBIE officials are reviewing how to assign marks to the students when the exam is cancelled.
In the case of students not agreeing to the marks assigned to them, it turns out, they are considering provide an opportunity to write the exam for such students.
Also it is proposed to allot practical marks based on the science record of the students.
Syed Umer Jaleel, Secretary, TSBIE, has instructed all colleges to send the marks of assignment of ethics, human values and environmental education by 3 May.
He also warn that Strict action will be taken if parents complain that their wards assignmnets have not been taken over due to non-payment of fees.