Free re-evaluation for students who failed, says KCR

KCR responded when days of protests by student teams and fogeys alike over the discrepancies within the Telangana Intermediate examination results.

After days of wide protests and over ten students killing themselves allegedly as a result of discrepancies within the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) examination results, Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao finally conducted a review meeting on the problem at his official residence on weekday.

According to an announcement from the Telangana Chief Minister’s workplace (CMO), KCR tutored officers to hold out free re-evaluation and narration of papers for college kids United Nations agency have failing their intermediate exams, a state board equivalent of sophistication eleven and twelve in Telangana administered by the TSBIE.

Since the results were declared on Gregorian calendar month eighteen, students and fogeys across the state are complaintive errors within the results, because of that several students appear to possess received abundant lower marks than they merited, even failing the exams in some cases.In some cases, students were marked absent, even after they attended the examination. The results have caused distress to several students, with over ten deaths being according on alone.

“Out of the nine.74 large integer students United Nations agency wrote the lay to rest examination this year, 3.28 large integer students have failing. Some students and fogeys believe that because of some mistakes in calculation of marks, students have received lesser marks than they really merit. so as to deal with their misgivings, students United Nations agency have failing the examination should be provided free re-evaluation … These reverification and narration processes must be completed as early as doable. Since students are nonetheless to convey national entrance exams like JEE and NEET, the advanced supplementary exams should even be conducted as presently as doable, and results should be declared,” KCR was quoted as spoken communication, within the CMO statement.

The responsibility of overseeing the re-evaluation and narration of papers, and conducting advanced supplementary exams has been entrusted` to Education Secretary B Janardhan Reddy. The meeting was conjointly attended by Education Minister G Jagadish Reddy, Education Secretary B Janardhan Reddy, Board of Intermediate Secretary A Ashok, Telangana government Chief advisor Rajiv Sharma and different CMO officers.

The CM conjointly reportedly questioned the officers relating to the method of choice of agencies that were outsourced for knowledge and result process within the exams. consistent with the statement, the officers responded by spoken communication that the tenders were invited through associate e procurance method, with the organisation quoting the minimum rate being hand-picked.

Officials conjointly claimed that business specialists had evaluated the competency of the organisation before grant the contract which all norms were followed within the method. within the past few days, many queries have surfaced relating to the legitimacy of the method through that the firm Globarena was given the contract.

The CM conjointly remarked upon the requirement to search out higher ways that to conduct exams while not such mishaps. “Apart from Intermediate, even in different exams like EAMCET there are such discrepancies, inflicting distress to the govt., students and fogeys. this case should be avoided. we have a tendency to should take into account potentialities of hiring autonomous bodies to conduct exams. we have a tendency to should study best practices of conducting exams in different countries and other states, and implement those in our state. we’ve got prevented several disasters and solved many issues within the state. Avoiding issues in conducting exams isn’t not possible,” KCR was quoted as spoken communication

The CM conjointly expressed deep sorrow over the deaths of scholars whose results showed that they’d failing the exams.

“The student suicides are very unfortunate. Failing in exams isn’t the identical as failing in life. There are still several opportunities in life whether or not you fail in exams. One should utilize opportunities supported one’s skills and interests, and stand out work. Your death can hurt your oldsters. I request all students to not take their lives,” said KCR.

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