The Telangana government led by CM KCR has decided to cancel the Intermediate second-year board examinations in the state.The decision was taken at the recent Telangana cabinet meeting.
It is known that, already, the government has issued orders promoting the first-year students to the second year.Along with this, the state government has cancelled the Tenth standard board examinations.
The union government has already cancelled CBSE Class 12 examinations.With this, the Telangana government cancelled the intermediate second-year examinations.
The KCR government has set up a committee on how to deal with the issue of conduct of examinations for Intermediate second-year students.The board had initially proposed to conduct inter-secondary examinations in July this year.
It is proposed to conduct examinations by reducing the number of questions and reducing the examination time.Currently, there is a sharp decline in the number of cases being reported in the state.
The government, however, felt that corona cases could rise again if examinations were conducted.
A total of 4.74 lakh students in Telangana have paid fees for examinations.The government announced that all 4.74 lakh students who have paid fees for the exams will pass.The government will allocate marks based on the decision of the committee.