A staggering 19,641 students skip Inter exams in Telangana - Latecomers and Personal Issues

The Intermediate Public Examinations were set to begin across the State on Wednesday, but an astounding 19,641 pupils chose not to take them. While several students were unable to take the tests due to personal reasons, some applicants were unable to show up because they were refused access to the facility for being late.
At many district centers, heartbreaking scenes were witnessed as nervous students who had arrived late for the test begged to be admitted. Amid tears, numerous students begged for the postponement, citing health problems, traffic jams, and the lack of transportation. The center executives, unfazed, pointed to TSBIE regulations.

Students were informed by the telangana State Board of Intermediate education (TS BIE) that they would not be permitted entry to the facility, even in the event of a one-minute delay. students were permitted entry to the center starting at 8 am, and the exam ran from 9 am to 12 pm.
4,88,113 out of the 5,07,754 students who enrolled for the second language paper–I showed up. During the test, three malpractice cases were booked, one in Karimnagar, one in Nizamabad, and one in Jangaon.

Principal Secretary to government (Education), Burra Venkatesham, gave authorities instructions to take the necessary steps to guarantee that pupils have no problems during examinations during his unexpected visit to Sri chaitanya Junior College, one of the exam venues located in Jubilee Hills. Additionally, he gave officials the order to forbid cell phones from entering the facility.
On Thursday, the second-year intermediate examinations will start. It is anticipated that 9,80,978 intermediate students would take the exams, which are scheduled to end on march 19. In order to administer the examinations, 1,521 examination centres were established.
Up to 27,900 instructors and young lecturers have been assigned to centres. In addition, 200 sitting and 75 flying squads have been assembled to oversee the examinations.


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