Students Promoted to Second Year Will Have to Write First Year Exam
Hyderabad: All intermediate first-year students, who have been promoted to second-year this year, must write the first-year Intermediate public examinations. An appendix to this will be issued by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education once the junior colleges are open again for classes in physical mode.
“There will be Intermediate first-year examinations for second-year students for sure. Accordingly, students should prepare,” Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy said here on Sunday. Earlier this year, when a notification was issued, 4.59 lakh students had registered for the first-year intermediate examinations. However, the State government promoted all Intermediate first-year students to second-year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to reports, the first year intermediate year exams could be held in the last week of September or October first week. Students will be given preparation holidays for 15 to 20 days. There will be a supplementary exam for students who failed to clear the exam in the first attempt
According to the sources, the first year exams could be conducted in the last week of September or in the first week of October. Before holding the regular examinations, students will be given 15 days to 20 days for preparation. If a student fails to clear the first year exams, there are plans to hold advanced supplementary examinations immediately.
The exams are written for 70 percent of the syllabus presented in the academic year 2020-21. Furthermore, students can get more choices in the paper. A total of 4,51,585 intermediate second-year students who paid the exam fees were declared successful as a result of the pandemic.