All set for Inter exams from today in Telangana
9.65 lakh students to appear for exams in 1,339 centresTSBIE claims of making fool-proof arrangements
Hyderabad: The Intermediate Public Examinations -2020 (IPE-2020) is all set to start from Wednesday, in which, 9,65,875 students will appear for the examinations in 1,339 examination centres.
The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) said all arrangements have been made and a total of 4,80,531 students of the first year and 4,85,345 students of the second year of the Intermediate course are appearing for the examinations.
All the major theory examinations are starting from March 4 and will conclude on March 23. The examination will be held from 8.45 am to 12 noon and students are advised to arrive at the examination centres by 8 am.
They will be allowed into the examination centres till 9 am and no candidate will be allowed into the centre after 9 am.
Students will have to verify for any discrepancies regarding their name, subjects, the hall tickets, printed OMR sheet, checking any shortage in the page of the 24-pages answer scripts given to them.
Any discrepancies have to be brought to the notice of the authorities immediately. The TSBIE in coordination with TSRTC has been running special buses to various examination centres and help desks to guide the students are provided at the bus stations.
Besides, students can also figure out their examination centre by downloading TSBIE m-Service, Centre Locator Application from the Google mobile play store.
Drinking water, health assistance is made available at the examination centres. Officials were asked to ensure necessary furniture so that students are not forced to sit on the floor to write examinations.
Student Counsellors were made available for the student for any examination stress-related issues. The number of girls registered is 2,44,101 against 2,36,430 boys registered for the first year examination which almost doubled from the previous year.
Similarly, in the case of the second year, the number of boys and girls registered from the last year shows a substantial increase.
A total number of 2,46,378 boys and 2,38,966 girls were registered for the second year. In second year, private study, a total of 45,048 boys and 25,046 girls have registered to give their examination.