Telangana Board Latest updates on Class 10 and Intermediate Exams

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Telangana Board Exams Cancelled

Following the CBSE’s decision, Telangana Board has also cancelled the class 10th board exams 2021. The Telangana SSC exams 2021 were scheduled to begin on May 17. The decision has been taken after a meeting with State Education Minister Sabita Indira Reddy along with other education department officials, in view of the huge spike in the number of COVID-19 cases. CBSE had on April 14, cancelled the class 10th exams and postponed the class 12th exams after Prime Minister Narendra Modi intervened in the issue and chaired a meeting with the education minister and other officials.

Telangana Class 10th Telangana Board Exams 2021 cancelled:

The results of class 10th students will be prepared on the basis of objective criteria that will be developed by the Telangana SSC Board at a later date. However, the students who are not satisfied with their marks allotted on the basis of the alternative assessment scheme will be given an opportunity to sit in the exam as and when the conditions are conducive for holding the exams. 

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Telangana Intermediate II year Exams Postponed:

Intermediate 1st-year students are promoted and 2nd-year exams are postponed. The inter-board has already postponed the practical exams which are supposed to be held on from April 7. The board had earlier decided to conduct these exams after the theory examination(May 29 to June 7). New dates will be announced soon.

The decision was taken in view of the increase in COVID-19 cases in the country. States like Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan are the worst hit by the pandemic. Registering a steady increase for the 35th day in a row, India recorded 1,84,372 new cases in the last 24 hours, pushing the total tally of cases to 1,38,73,825, while the active cases surpassed the 13-lakh mark. The death toll increased to 1,72,085 with 1,027 new fatalities, the highest since October 18, last year.

Schools have been shut down in 11 states due to the second wave of the pandemic. For many classes, schools have not reopened since the initial shutdown of March 2020. At least four State education boards scheduled to hold examinations in April have announced the postponement.

Class 10th Students have got some added benefits in building their basics for top competitive exams in India like JEE and NEET to fulfill their aspirations and get into top IITs, NIT, and medical institutions. Since they haven’t appeared for the board exams they should focus more on exam-oriented preparation to get equipped with competitive exam behavioral skills to fulfill their dreams.

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