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Move to conduct first year Inter exams opposed

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Oct 8, 2021, 11:49 pm IST
Updated Oct 9, 2021, 7:09 am IST
Parents associations warned of protest in front of the Inter Board if the government failed to withdraw the move
Now when the students are attending second year physical classes, how can they concentrate on the first year syllabus? If held, the exams will be taken as an opportunity by corporate colleges to fleece in the name of examination fee, said parents. —  Representational image/PTI
 Now when the students are attending second year physical classes, how can they concentrate on the first year syllabus? If held, the exams will be taken as an opportunity by corporate colleges to fleece in the name of examination fee, said parents. — Representational image/PTI

HYDERABAD:  Parents associations of Intermediate students' along with other unions related to Intermediate education, met at Sundarayya Vignana Kendram on Friday and decided to protest the move to hold first year exams for students, who have been promoted to the second year because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Members from Telangana Parents Association, Telangana Intermediate Protection Samiti, Government Intermediate Lecturers Association and other similar organisations, will submit a petition to the education minister, higher education secretary and Inter Board secretary on Monday.  They warned of protest in front of the Inter Board if the government failed to withdraw the move.

 

TPA president N. Narayana said, “It was a government decision to promote all Intermediate first year students. Now when the students are attending second year physical classes, how can they concentrate on the first year syllabus? If held, the exams will be taken as an opportunity by corporate colleges to fleece in the name of examination fee.”

Intermediate exams are scheduled to commence on October 25.

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