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AP Govt plans to give 20% internal marks for SSC students 

AP Govt plans to give 20% internal marks for SSC students 
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The School Education Department has planned to give 20 per cent of marks to internal examinations to the students studying SSC from this academic year and the government issued a GO No62 to this effect According to the GO, the SSC students will get 10 percent of marks for fourunit tests and another 10 percent of marks for summative examinations to be held in November The teachers will give 20

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Guntur: The School Education Department has planned to give 20 per cent of marks to internal examinations to the students studying SSC from this academic year and the government issued a GO No.62 to this effect. According to the GO, the SSC students will get 10 percent of marks for four-unit tests and another 10 percent of marks for summative examinations to be held in November. The teachers will give 20 per cent of marks for internal examinations.

The new system introduced by the government from this academic year is more beneficial to corporate and private schools as the teachers will award maximum marks to the students to increase their admissions. But the government teachers will award marks based on the performance of students in the four monthly tests and summative examination.So, the students studying in the government schools will get less marks compared to corporate ones.

Speaking to The Hans India, Municipal Teachers Federation state president SRamakrishna said, "GONo 62 issued by the government is more beneficial to corporate and private schools as the teachers will award more marks in the internal examinations to their students. Former MLC of Guntur-Krishna districts teachers constituency KSLakshmana Rao said the new system will pave way for corporate schools’ students to get maximum marks in the international examinations.

He said the corporate and private schools will resort to irregularities to award more marks to students. He recalled that in the summative examinations conducted last year, some corporate schoolswere resorted to irregularities. He demanded the government to revive the old system only.

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