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Inter exams from today
More than 19 lakh students are appearing for the Intermediate public examinations, which would begin in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday.Of the total, 9,93,891 students are from AP and remaining 9,64,664 are from Telangana.
Hyderabad: More than 19 lakh students are appearing for the Intermediate public examinations, which would begin in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday.Of the total, 9,93,891 students are from AP and remaining 9,64,664 are from Telangana.
Both the Boards of Intermediate (BIEs) have made elaborate arrangements for the conduct of exams. While AP BIE has arranged 1363 examination centres across 13 districts, TS BIE arranged 1,257 centres across 10 districts. The AP BIE has set up two control rooms at Hyderabad and Vijayawada.
The Hyderabad control room contact and fax numbers are 040-24603317 and 040-24603318 and the Vijayawada contact number is 0866-2974130. The TS BIE has also set up a control room with the contact numbers of 040-24601010/24732369. Both the Boards made it clear that students reporting after 9 am would not be allowed inside the examination hall.
Meanwhile, AP Human Resource Development Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao said the Intermediate results would be released within 30 days. He said 13 valuation centres would be set up across the state and valuation process would be video recorded. The vocational course exams will be held online at the centres set up in Vizag, Vijayawada and Tirupati, he said on Tuesday speaking to reporters at Visakhapatnam.
The Minister said the exam will begin at 9 am sharp and the candidates must reach the test centres by 8.45 am and after 9 am, candidates will not be allowed. Meanwhile, the city police commissioner M Mahendar Reddy prohibited assembly of persons within 500 yards of all intermediate exam centres. He said if any person is caught violating the orders, he would be liable for prosecution under section 144 CrPC.