Telangana Intermediate Public Examinations from tomorrow

Telangana Intermediate Public Examinations from tomorrow
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Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy along with Special Chief Secretary (Education) Chitra Ramachandran addressing a press conference in Hyderabad on Monday
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Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy said that the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has taken all necessary steps for the smooth conduct of the Intermediate Public Examinations -2020 (IPE-202) from March 4.

Hyderabad: Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy said that the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has taken all necessary steps for the smooth conduct of the Intermediate Public Examinations -2020 (IPE-202) from March 4.

For the first time, the TSBIE has established online and mobile help centres at the State and the district levels. "Students this time are also provided with access to the student counsellors in case they need counsellors to help ahead of the examinations. The counsellors' help will continue even after the examinations, during the results and post results," she said.

The student counsellors have already been instructed to help the students to overcome any issues related to the examinations.

Special Chief Secretary-Education Chitra Ramachandran said a total of 9,65,875 students are going to appear for the first and second years of IPE-2020 at 1,339 examination centres. So far, 5 lakh students have already downloaded their hall tickets without any problems.

She asked the parents and candidates to be present at their examination centres by 8 AM so that they can complete checking of OMR sheets and hall tickets, allocation of rooms etc by 8.45 AM.

The examination will start sharp at 9 AM and students would not be allowed into the examination centres beyond that time.

She said that a control room start functioning at the TSBIE headquarters at Hyderabad with the telephone numbers 040-24600110 and 24732369 from 8 AM to 8 PM. Students can also reach the control room, emailing to helpdesk_ie@telangana. gov.in, she said.

That apart, the students can also complain online through the BIGRS (Online Grievance Redressal System ) from anywhere and at any time accessing the website at bigrs.telangana.gov.in.

That apart, the students can also take the help of the Centre Location Application, to locate their examination centre, to plan and reach the centres in time. The location application "TSBIE m-Services" powered by the Centre for Good Governance can be downloaded from the mobile play store on Google.

The RTC, Electricity, medical, police and revenue officials are asked to take necessary measures for the smooth conduct of the examinations.

Drinking water facilities, furniture, health staff are provided at the examination centres. TSBIE Secretary Syed Omer Jaleel said steps have been taken to ensure that there will not be any hitches in the entire process till the announcement of results.

He said that the students can reach the professional student counsellor, Dr Anitha, on the mobile no 7337225803.

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