1st year exams from Oct 25, 70 percent syllabus: Jaleel
Hyderabad, Oct.12 (Maxim News): Telangana Intermediate Board today informed that only 70 percent syllabus would be considered to conduct exams. The board secretary Omer Jaleel informed that first year students have to take examinations from October 25.
The second year students have to take these examinations as per norms, he said. The students can take a look at the model question papers and exams materials in www.tsbie.cgg.gov.in, the official informed.
The details are in the website and the students can go through them, Jaleel said. There are more choices to the students he said adding that there is no need for corona fear. (Maxim News)
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