Inter exams to conduct with 100 percent syllabus
Hyderabad, Oct.14 (NSS): From this academic year onwards, the annual exams of intermediate will be held with 100 percent syllabus.
The State government has taken this key decision with consultation of officials concerned and has agreed to revise the syllabus to 100 per cent in 2022-23 academic year.
The Intermediate syllabus, which was reduced to 70 per cent due to Covid-19 pandemic in the last two years, will be fully restored this year.
Speaking to the media here on Friday, Secretary of Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) Naveen Mithal said that the Board had reverted to the old system, which was in force before the outbreak of the pandemic and decided to conduct the exams with 100 percent syllabus from this academic year onwards.
All the syllabus and question papers related to the exams have already been uploaded on the website of the BIE and the same has been informed to the colleges, he said.(NSS)
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