Intermediate admission process to begin on July 1

Hyderabad: The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education on Thursday announced the schedule for admission into the two-year Intermediate Course in the General and Vocational stream.

The Board has requested the Principals of the Government/Private Aided/Private Unaided/Co-operative/T.S. Residential/Social Welfare Residential/Tribal Welfare Residential/Incentive/ Minority/ KGBV/ T.S. Model Junior Colleges and Composite Degree Colleges offering two-year Intermediate courses in General and Vocational streams to take special care in enrolment of students for the academic year 2022-23 by making admissions in two phases.

The first phase will begin on July 1 with the issuance of application forms and commencement of admissions. The classes will commence on July 11 while the completion of admissions in the first phase will end on August 17.

The Board said that the schedule for the second phase of admissions would be communicated later. The classes for the first-year Intermediate course will commence on July 11. The Principals can make provisional admissions based on Internet marks memos. The provisional admissions made will be confirmed after the production of the original SSC pass certificate and Transfer Certificate issued by the school authorities, where they last studied.

The principals have been directed to follow the Rule of Reservation in admissions by reserving 15% seats for SCs, 6% for STs, 29% for BCs (A-7%, B-10%, C-1%, D-7% & E-4%), 3% for Physically handicapped, 5% for NCC, Sports and Extra-Curricular activities, 3% for ex-servicemen and defence personnel residing in the State and 10% for Economically Weaker Section.

As many as 33.33% or one-third of total seats have to be reserved for the girls category-wise where there are no separate colleges for them.

The Board said that because of the introduction of the grading system in SSC, admissions should be made based on GPA (Grade point average) and subject-wise grade point (GP) obtained in the qualifying examination as per the guidelines. They should not conduct any admission tests. Stringent action will be taken against the junior colleges making admissions on any other basis.

It is mandatory to submit the Aadhar number of the student who wants to seek admission in the intermediate course in Private Aided, Un-Aided, Social Welfare, Tribal Welfare, BC Welfare, Model School/Junior Colleges and Government Junior Colleges in the State of Telangana.

The Principals of unaided junior colleges have been directed that they should make admissions only up to the sanctioned sections and up to the ceiling strength of 88 in each section. They are further directed not to take admissions in the combinations dropped by the Board. The admission into additional sections should be made only after the permission is issued by the Board. Violation, if any, will be liable for action including levying of penalty and disaffiliation of the college.

During the period of admissions the managements have been asked to display prominently at the entrance of the building the number of sections sanctioned by the Board of Intermediate Education for the academic year 2022-23, the number of seats filled up in each section and the number of seats vacant in each section. This information should be updated daily.

All the Principals of unaided junior colleges have been instructed not to resort to the issue of advertisements with inducements amounting to a violation of Rule 7 of Andhra Pradesh Public Examinations (Prevention of Malpractice & Unfair means) Rules 1997 issued in G.O.Ms.No.114, dated 13-05-1997. Any violation noticed will be dealt with under the law, the Board warned.

All the Principals have been instructed to take measures to ensure security for girl students.The Board has urged parents and students to take admissions in only affiliated colleges, as the List is provided on the official website of TSBIE i.e., acad.tsbie.telangana.gov.in and bie.telangana.gov.in(INN)

Intermediate first-year exams begin in Telangana

Hyderabad: More than 93% students of first-year students appeared for the Intermediate Public Examination 2021 which began on Tuesday.

According to the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education, the 1st Year students appeared for English Paper – I at 1,768 examination centres across the State today. Of 459,240 registered candidates, as many as 430,563 were present while 28,677 or 6.2% were absent. No case of malpractice was booked.

Observers from Board were sent to Suryapet, Mahabubnagar, Jangaon, Medak, Kamareddy and Ranga Reddy districts from the Board to the examination centres and found smooth and peaceful conduct of exams without any untoward incidents.

Principal Secretary (Education) Sandeep Kumar Sultania and TSBIE Secretary Omer Jaleel inspected the examination centre at Maharshi Veda Vignana College in Hyderabad. (INN)

Telangana Govt cancels inter second year exams

Hyderabad: The Telangana Government on Wednesday announced the cancellation of intermediate second-year examinations.

Education Minister P. Sabitha Indra Reddy officially announced the cancellation of exams and said that this decision was made in view of Covid-19 situation and the  health of students in mind. She said that a majority of students and their parents were in favour of cancellation of exams.

She informed that a committee of senior officials has been formed to formulate the modalities for declaring the results. Based on the committees’ recommendation, the results for second year intermediate examinations will be announced, she said.It may be mentioned that the exams were to be held from 1st May to 19th May and the practical assessments were scheduled between May 29 and June 7. (INN)

Over 24,000 inter first year students skip exams

Hyderabad: As many as 24,442 or 4.85% of 503,429 registered candidates of intermediate first year abstained from the Chemistry Paper – I and Commerce (Old & New) Paper – I exams conducted by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education on Tuesday.

A total of 26 students were booked for malpractice across Telangana. They include five cases each in Medak and Yadadri, four each in Nalgonda and Jangaon; three in Medak; two each in Jagtial and Warangal Urban and one each in Warangal Rural, Khammam and Vikarabad districts.

According to TSBIE, examinations were conducted smoothly and peacefully without any untoward incidents. (INN)

38 inter 2nd year students booked for malpractice

Hyderabad: As many as 38 intermediate second year students were booked for malpractice during the conduct of Physics Paper II and Economics Paper-II by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education across Telangana State on Monday.

Of 38 cases of malpractice, 14 were booked in Nizamabad, 11 in Suryapet, three each in Warangal Rural and Nalgonda and one each in Karimnagar, Sanga Reddy and Hyderabad districts.

Of 435,305 registered candidates, as many as 417,952 appeared for the exams while 17,353 or 3.98 % abstained. (INN)

54 inter 2nd year students booked for malpractice

Hyderabad: As many as 54 intermediate second year students were booked for malpractice during the conduct of Mathematics Paper IIB, Zoology Paper-II and History Paper – II by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education across Telangana State on Friday.

Of 54 cases of malpractice, 27 were booked in Warangal Urban, four in Nirmal, six in Nizamabad, three each in Narayanpet and Mulugu, two in Nagar Kurnool and one each in Peddapalli, Karimnagar, Jangaon, Khammam, Bhadradri, Sangareddy, Nalgonda and Hyderabad districts.

Of 332,303 registered candidates, as many as 321,873 appeared for the exams while 10,430 or 3.13% abstained. (INN)

29 inter first year candidates booked for malpractice

Hyderabad: As many as 29 intermediate first year students were booked for malpractice in the Mathematics-IB, Zoology Papers-I and History Paper-I exams conducted by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education on Thursday.

Of 29, as five candidates were booked each in Suryapet and Hyderabad, followed by 4 in Peddapalli; 3 each in Khammam and Nizamabad and one each in Nirmal, Karimnagar, Jagtial, Warangal Rural, Bhadradri, Medak, Sanga Reddy, Wanaparthy and Ranga Reddy districts.

Of 402,921 registered candidates, a total of 386,664 appeared for the exams while 16,257 or 4.03% abstained. (INN)

90 inter second year booked for malpractice

Hyderabad: As many as 90 intermediate second year students were booked for malpractice in the Mathematics Paper IIA, Botany II, Civics Paper-II and Psychology Paper – II exams conducted by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education on Wednesday.

Of 90, as many as 36 are from Adilabad, 10 from Nizamabad, 7 from Nalgonda, 4 from Suryapet, 3 from Khammam, two each from Nirmal, Karimnagar and Jogulamba and one each from Jangaon, Bhadradri, Vikarabad and Mulugu districts.

Of 438,285 registered candidates, a total of 421,460 appeared for the exams while 16,825 or 3.83% abstained. (INN)

27 inter first year booked for malpractice

Hyderabad: As many as 27 intermediate first year students were booked for malpractice in the Mathematics-IA, Botany, Civics (Old & New Papers-I) and Psychology – I exams conducted by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education on Tuesday.

Of 27, as many nine candidates were booked in Nalgonda, followed by 7 in Nizamabad; 4 in Kamareddy; two each in Bhadradri Kothagudem and Narayanapet and one each in Vikarabad and Ranga Reddy districts.

Of 549,273 registered candidates, a total of 523,443 appeared for the exams while 25,830 or 4.70% abstained. (INN)

Intermediate exams begin in Telangana

Hyderabad: More than 95% students of first year students appeared for the Intermediate Public Examination 2020 which began on Wednesday.

According to the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education, the 1st Year students appeared for 2nd Language Paper – I across the State. Of 480,531 registered candidates, as many as 457,899 were present while 23,632 or 4.7% were absent. Six cases of malpractice were booked.

They include five cases in Suryapet and one case in Warangal Urban districts.

Observers from Board were sent to various districts. Except for six cases of malpractice, the examination was conducted smoothly and peacefully without any untoward incidents. (INN)