Intermediate Board gears up for exams

Intermediate Board gears up for exams
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As many as 9,64,664 students will be appearing for the Intermediate Public Examination that is scheduled from March 2 and the exam will be conducted at 1257 examination centres, which include 478 government, 34 aided and 745 private junior colleges. These details were shared by the Secretary of Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TS BIE), A Ashok, who addressed a press gathering here

Hyderabad: As many as 9,64,664 students will be appearing for the Intermediate Public Examination that is scheduled from March 2 and the exam will be conducted at 1257 examination centres, which include 478 government, 34 aided and 745 private junior colleges. These details were shared by the Secretary of Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TS BIE), A Ashok, who addressed a press gathering here on Saturday.

No late entry
He appealed to the students to be at the examination centres by 8.30 am and warned them that they would not be allowed into the examination centre if they were late even by one minute. “Students will be allowed into the examination hall from 8.45 am. Even if they are late for one minute they will not be allowed into the exam hall,” he cautioned.

Hall tickets
This year the Board has made arrangements to issue the hall tickets directly to students. They can download the hall tickets from https://tsbie.cgg.gov.in/ and appear for the exams. The Board officials warned the college managements that stern action would be taken if they hold up hall tickets of the students insisting for tuition fee. “Students can directly download their hall tickets from the website and appear for the examinations,” said Ashok.

Cell phone jammers
In order to have a smooth and transparent conduct of examination, the Board is going to use GPRS system to prevent leakage of questions papers and will also activate signal jammers at examination centres to block outgoing and incoming calls and the contents of MMS and SMS.

Flying squads
The Board has constituted 50 flying squads and 200 sitting squads. Further, the secretary said 118 sensitive examination centres have been identified and they will be monitored by both sitting squads and flying squads. The Board has arranged 24551 junior lecturers and 3736 teachers for invigilation purpose. The spot valuation of Sanskrit, Arabic and French papers will start from March 9 and remaining subjects from March 18. Of the total students appearing, 4,56,655 are of the first year and the remaining 5,08,009 are from second year.

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