April 23, 2015

Schools9 TS Inter Results 2015

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More than 600 students missed out on their first day of Intermediate Public Examinations (IPE) in the state as they were not issued hall tickets due to such blunders as wrong name of candidates, stream of study and medium of instruction.The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TS-BIE) said that colleges were at fault for not rectifying the mistakes despite instructions in this respect weeks ago before the exams started.

Later, the TS-BIE issued hall tickets to another 300 first year students who faced similar problems, against a hefty penalty of Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000, which, curiously, the students had to cough up outside the examination hall.According to board officials, college managements failed to provide the correct details of students in the nominal rolls.

“There were colleges which did not submit even the names of some students who had paid the examination fees because of which hall tickets were not issued to them. Some Urdu medium students were registered under the English medium category barring them from taking their crucial exams,“ a BIE official said.

The intermediate first year exams began with language Paper I for which over four lakh students appeared.As the Inter second year examination will begin on March 10th, Tuesday, more students are expected to face a similar problem. As per the rules, students are expected to pay the examination fees to colleges who in turn remit the same to the board. While some college managements failed to submit the names of students on time, others introduced errors in the nominal rolls, which were not noticed till February 16, the last date for making corrections in hall tickets.

“We immediately got in touch with our college authorities, and were assured that everything would be in place, but only today did we realize that nothing was done by them,“ said a sobbing student, who had to pay the penalty and get a corrected hall ticket. The TS-BIE issued hall tickets to only those students who could pay the hefty fine.

“The colleges were asked to shell out the fine, but instead the students had to pay them. Due to this, over 600 students missed the examination. The board should have allowed all the students to write the exam,“ said P Madhusudhan Reddy, president of Government Junior College Lecturers Association.

The association maintained that all students doing their II year should be allowed to write the examination by paying a nominal fine. “Such mistakes occur due to communication gap between colleges and the board. Students should not be penalised for the same,“ Reddy said.

Meanwhile, intermediate examinations will begin in Andhra Pradesh on March 11 with 4.89 lakh students appearing for the 1st year examination. A total of 9.91 lakh students will appear for 1st and 2nd year examinations in 1,412 centres across the state.

As there are 127 sensitive centres, where instances of mass copying were reported earlier, CCTVs were installed in 18 of them. A total of 70 sitting squads and 55 flying squads were also commissioned for smooth conduct of examination, a release said.

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