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HYDERABAD: The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education, which in the end started carrying out training categories for students appearing for aggressive exams in May, won a lukewarm response.

As the board failed to begin categories until the second one week of April, the scholars’ power did not even reach double digits in maximum centres.


“Students would possibly have opted for private training as we did not start categories till April eight and this is usually a reason why for deficient response. However, the quantity is slowly picking up and we are hopeful that the choice of students will building up within the coming days,” stated a highly placed source from the intermediate board.

The officers also attributed the lukewarm response to the truth that categories are being conducted in non-residential mode.

“The board has determined to not supply accommodation to students this time. This too has gone towards us as many are reluctant to commute to the district headquarters every day,” the legitimate stated.

They claimed that whilst infrequently 100 students attended the categories on the first day, the quantity had greater to 250 on Monday.


The teachers working in govt junior faculties, on the other hand, blamed the lack of making plans and stated that officers will have to have executed better.


“They waited till the eleventh hour to come to a decision. Once, the board exams commenced there used to be no option to contact students, particularly ones staying in far flung areas. These categories were yielding positive effects they usually will have to were taken more severely,” stated P Madhu Sudhan Reddy, president, Telangana Government Junior Lecturers Association.


As many as 1,000 students were shortlisted and categories are being conducted in around 20 centres in digital mode. Each centre can accommodate up to 50 students.


Last year, about 300 teachers labored in shifts to behavior the categories all through the summer season holiday. According to the school, it took over two months to finish the exercise—collecting names of interested students and teachers, soliciting for Telugu academy to ship subject material and type schools to supply accommodation and facilitate summer season categories for two,500 students.


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