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|Telangana Inter practical exams only at centres having Cameras
The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) in Telangana has decided to hold practical exams for senior Intermediate students only in colleges equipped with CCTV (closed circuit television) facilities. Instructions have been given to all private colleges to install surveillance cameras or lose the chance to host practicals.
Dr. A. Ashok, Secretary, BIE, said that they are now scouting for test centres having CCTVs installed in their laboratories. "Of the 2700 junior colleges, we want 1300 centres to conduct practicals from February 1 to 20. Over 90 per cent of the examination venues have been identified. Almost all the government junior colleges have security devices in place," he said.
The aim is to control the irregular activities of corporate colleges. Although Intermediate marks weightage has been removed for the Joint Entrance Exam, the marks are still important in deciding EAMCET ranking.
|Ensure pass percentage is at least 60 in junior colleges Telangana
Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Kadiyam Srihari has exhorted principals of all 404 Government junior colleges in the state to ensure a pass percentage of at least 60 in the Intermediate public exams 2017. He asked them to hold enrollment drives aggressively so that admissions cross 2 lakh in the next academic year.
He pointed out that enrolment increased by 40,000 students this year compared to 2015. The same spirit should be shown next year also, the minister said.
Mr.Srihari told higher authorities to take steps to conduct study hours in all colleges with only three months remaining for the main exams.
The Education Minister was addressing a workshop for principals of all GJCs held here on Wednesday. He regretted the neglect of Intermediate education in the combined state.
“It is for this reason Telangana government is giving top priority to revive this sector. Funds are being released to improve infrastructure with enough class rooms, practical and computer labs as well as library besides toilet facilities, R.O plant, bio-metric devices, CCTVs etc," he said. The minister suggested principals to take the help of local representatives to extend mid-day meal scheme in colleges.
|Inter exam fee date extended till Nov 3
The last date for payment of Intermediate first and second year exam fee was on Thursday extended till November 3.
Principals of all colleges were instructed by board secretary A. Ashok to permit students to pay the fee till November 3.
|Inter practical exams at 51 centres in Nellore dist
|Andhra Pradesh,Oct 19
Allaying fears of students and parents, the Intermediate Board officials here have said that about 51 centres have been identified and allotted for conducting the practical examinations for the second year students across Nellore district for 2016-`17 academic year.
Regional Inspecting Officer N. Babu Jacob said there were a total of 21,723 students enrolled for the MPC and BiPC courses at 161 junior collegesin the district this year.
Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, Mr. Jacob said that the MPC students constituted a large majority of these science students and all the necessary arrangements were being made to ensure smooth conduct of the examinations.
Mr. Jacob said that a committee has already visited the proposed exam centres and verified the facilities there. Stating that utmost care was being taken in this respect, Mr. Jacob said parents need not worry about the facilities being created for the students and a close vigil would be placed on this aspect till the last minute.
|Telangana grading system for Intermediate students not up to the mark
Hyderabad,Aug 10 Hyderabad: The Telangana state government’s decision to introduce grading system in the Intermediate exam appears to be at odds with the current set-up.
Eamcet ranks are decided by giving a 25 per cent weightage to the Intermediate marks. This cannot be done clearly if only grades are given to students, as TS proposes to do.
Further, Intermediate weightage is used for rankings in the JEE Main by the Central Board of Secondary Education. If the TS Board of Intermediate Education awards just grades, the CBSE may not accept it. JEE Main gives 40 per cent weightage to Intermediate marks.
Besides, deemed universities use these marks to admit students. While that is so, the government has been considering scrapping Eamcet, arguing that there are more engineering seats than students though that is not the case in medicine.
Marks can still help colleges give admissions but not grades because numerous students would get the same grades.
TS Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari had announced on Friday that the government was considering awarding grades instead of marks, along with online evaluation based on the onscreen marking system.
Asked about these issues, Mr Srihari said, “The idea is still in the proposal stage. We have not taken a decision to do it. We are looking at all these aspects. It is meant to take the pressure off students.”
Dr P. Madhusudhan Reddy, president, Government Junior Lecturers Association, said, ?It is an absurd idea. Agreed you can scrap the 25 per cent weightage in Eamcet but what about JEE and deemed universities?
One idea could be to equate each grade with marks and use that for weightage. But that would put meritorious students at a loss.
|Telangana Intermediate grading to start from 2016
Hyderabad,Aug 8 Hyderabad: The Telangana state government will implement the grading system of marking in Intermediate first and second years.
Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari said the CBSE system of answer sheet evaluation, whereby all sheets are scanned and examined through the Onscreen Marking System (OMS), will be adopted.
He said the government was studying the modalities of the implementation and, if possible, the new system will be implemented from the 2016 exams itself.
Mr Srihari said the government and Telangana Board of Intermediate Education were studying the modalities.
Interestingly, though CBSE is employing the OMS, it still awards marks to XII class students along with relative grading.
The state board, meanwhile, awards just grades instead of marks for tenth exams.
The Deputy Chief Minister did not say if the grading would be absolute or relative like that followed in CBSE’s Class XII.
The government is also planning on introducing of the OMS. But it would be much harder to implement considering the sheer volume of answer sheets that are generated in the Intermediate exams.
Mr Srihari also said that the KG to PG scheme would be divided into three segments. “First segment is KG to Class IV, second would be from Class V to XII and the third would be from graduation and postgraduation study.”
He said 1190 residential schools would be made operational, with 10 such schools in each constituency and vice-chancellors to all universities would be appointed in four months.
This, however, is at odds with the HC directive, which had granted the Telangana state government just three months to appoint V-Cs.
|AP Inter Practical Exam To Held From 12th Feb 2015
Hyderabad,Dec 29 Andhra Pradesh Intermediate exam tentative schedule, officials announced Saturday. Practical exams
will take place from February 12 to March 4 th. Written tests are conducted on March 11 to March 31st.
In the morning, from 9 am to 12 noon officials said.
For Practical 1,689 Centers and 1,413 center are assigned for Theory exams. For Practical exams
2,90,466 students are going to attend. Vocational students in the first year of 26.900, 28.914 people
were in the second year. Total Inter first year and second year, 9,89,240 people are going to attend the
|Inter Practical Exam To Held From 12th Feb 2015
Hyderabad,Dec 23 Telangana Intermediate practical exams to be held from 12th of February to the March 4, said Education
Minister jagadisreddi. Intermediate board meeting of the Board of Directors held on Monday, the board
office. Jagadisreddi the chairman of the board, presided over the meeting. Inter exam which will held
From March 9 to 27, arrangements reviewed at this meeting.
All the necessary arrangements for conducting the tests at any given time is scheduled to be completed
faster. As well as the practical management dates have been finalized. This time, it was decided at a
meeting of the test centers jambling without a practical test. Employees from other departments also
discussed the issue of taking the workplan.
The minister spoke to the media. Decided to set up 1,356 centers for practical exams and. 1,250 test
centers will be set up according to the written test.
This time, the first year 4,67,329 and second year 4,99,287 students to attend the examination.
|Inter Exam Fee under TATKAL scheme extended to 20th of this month
Hyderabad,Dec 17 Intermediate Public Examination fee payment deadline has been extended up to 20th December.
Secretary of the Board of Intermediate have released a statement on Tuesday. Regular and private
candidates for the payment of a fee under TATKAL scheme earlier last date was this month of 15th
Although it is now extended to the 20th of this month .
|AP: Intermediate exams from March 11, to be held separately
Hyderabad,Dec 9 Bringing to an end the suspense over intermediate examinations, the Andhra Pradesh government on Monday said it would conduct the exams separately from March 11, without the involvement of Telangana.
“We have made all the efforts [to jointly conduct the intermediate examinations with Telangana]. Since there is no alternative, we are preparing to conduct the examinations from March 11 as we mooted first,” Andhra Pradesh HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao said.
The Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act clearly states that common admission examinations should continue for a period of ten years, he said.
|BIE Released Separate Time Table For Inter Exams
Hyderabad,Nov 15 The T government on Friday announced that it would go ahead with a separate Intermediate Public Examination (IPE) to be held from March 9 to 27. The AP government had announced a day earlier that they would hold the exam from March 11 to 31 as per the schedule fixed by the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) and had sought Telangana government's concurrence.
Surprisingly, BIE officials on Friday released two separate time tables for the two states. While the theory examination dates differ in both states, the practical examinations will be held from February 12 to March 4 in both the states. The ethics and human values, and environmental education papers will also be held on January 28 and January 31 respectively for all students.
|Intermediate examinations likely on March 11 2015
Hyderabad,Nov 8 Telangana Intermediate examinations likely on March 11 2015 inter-board are making all arrangements. The exam schedule is sent to the Secretary of Education for approval, he said. According to tests, the inter exam will held separately in Telangana. Already tenders called for paper purchase supply of two states separately. Andhra Pradesh inter board is also possible to held exams from March 11 In 2015, As soon as the dates of the tests, the official statement from the government releases Telangana.
|Education ministers fail to reach consensus on Inter exams
Hyderabad,Oct 29 Despite a nearly four-hour meeting between Telangana education minister T Jagadeeshwar Reddy and Andhra Pradesh HRD minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao, the two sides could not arrive at a consensus over the Intermediate Public Examinations - 2015. While the Telangana government was steadfast about conducting a separate Inter exam in the state, the AP government was of the view that it would be advisable to conduct a common exam so that no issues crop up for the Eamcet exam later. While Jagadeeshwar Reddy, after the meeting held at the Board of Intermediate Education
office here on Monday, said that the Telangana government sees no problem if the students of the two states appear for separate exams as it would not affect the common Eamcet examination, Srinivasa Rao hoped the T state would agree for a common Inter exam. The ministers are expected to meet again in three days to try and sort out the differences. Meanwhile, the Telangana Government Junior College Lecturers Association said they do not want 20 lakh students to suffer because of differences between the two states. "Since the Telangana government has set up a new intermediate board, it should be allowed to conduct a separate examination. Even if a common Eamcet were to be conducted, the two states can take into account their respective intermediate board results for weightage, just like
IITs and NITs use the board marks of students from over the country," said P Madhusudan Reddy, president of the association. He added that if the AP government continues to root for a common examination, the Inter exam would be delayed. "The board has not even started preparing for the exam. Any further delay in coming to a consensus will only delay the exam that is held in March," he said.
|Inter Exam Fee Payment Date Extended
Hyderabad,Oct 29 Telangana, Andhra Inter First, the second-year examination fee payment deadline has been extended to November 3, the date of the Board of Inter. Already extended the deadline twice, the third time now, has been raised. Rs. 100 fee for late payment of fees to the date of the 15th of next month, it said. In March 2015, all students who want to attend the exams (general, vocational and private), according to the change in the relevant board.
|AP and TS examinations March 2015 might get postponed
Hyderabad,Oct 15 The AP and TS examinations conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) in Andhra Pradesh and Telengana, which was scheduled in March 2015 might get postponed. The examination is taken by the students of Class 11 and 12.
After the bifurcation of Arunachal Pradesh, the governments of the two states have not come to a decision about the bifurcation of the intermediate board which holds the examination. The issue of the bifurcation of intermediate board is listed in the AP Reorganisation Act, 2014.
After the bifurcation of the state, both the governments have decided to change their examination and syllabus for intermediate students according to the new norms. The two state governments are inclined to hold the common intermediate examination this year, without any changes.
Every year, the preparations for the examination start in August itself, but this year the state governments have failed to release the guidelines till date. The dates for the examination that had been announced are likely to be changed.
The application forms have been closed. The last date to fill the application for examinations was October 10, 2014. The candidates who were unable to fill the form by October 10 can still it with a penalty of Rs 100 till October 17, 2014.
The regional inspection offices in every districts provide the application form to the aspiring candidates at a cost of Rs 10 for each application. Candidates may also download the application from the official website of BIE.
The governments of both the states have agreed to conduct common intermediate examinations, but till now, they have not released any official announcement in this regard. The Telangana government has agreed to provide fresh income, caste and residence certificates to the students
|Question Paper Set No:3 for AP Inter 2nd Year - 2nd Language
Hyderabad,Mar 13 Date:13-03-2014
Second Year Second Language
Telugu, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Arabic, French, Marathi, Kannada
SET NO (3) THREE
|AP Intermediate Paper SET-1 for 1st exam
,Mar 12 Ap intermediate exams started from today?. SET-1 question paper opted by intermediate board. For the first exam. The first exam will be 2nd language for 1st year students.
First Year Second Language
Telugu, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Arabic, French, Marathi, Kannada
SET NO (1) ONE
|Students to be allowed only between 08:30 & 08:45 A.M. for the IPE Exams
HYDERABAD,Mar 6 IPE has released a press note on 05th March stating that for the March 2014 theory examinations, the Board modified the timings of allowing candidates in to the examination hall during examinations. As per the modified timings, the candidates shall be permitted to enter into the examination centre 30 minutes before the commencement of exam i.e. from 8.30 AM onwards. The candidates shall be allowed into the exam hall up to 8.45 AM only. However the candidates will be allowed into the examination hall during the grace period i.e., 8.45 AM to 9.00 AM duly recording the reasons for late coming.
It is further informed that the problem of OLD and NEW Question paper will arise in the following subjects. First year Part II Second Languages Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Arabic, French, Marathi, Kannada and Oriya, Bridge course Mathematics (for Bi.P.C. Candidates) Second Year Part III Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Physics, Chemistry and Bridge Course Mathematics(for IIyr Bi.P.C. Candidates ). The backlog and improvement candidates in the above mentioned subjects should write the exam with OLD syllabus only. The students are requested to check the correctness of the question paper before start writing the examination and advised to contact the Invigilator/ Chief Superintendent of concerned exam centre, if any problem arises in this aspect.
|Changes in AP Intermediate Public Examinations
Hyderabad,Dec 12 There is a Change in Intermediate Public Examinations.on March 11 AP Intermediate Board Decided that Exams will Start on 12 March 2014.Intermediate 1st Year Mathematics,Botony Exam on March 17 But March 17 is Govt.Holiday Because of "Holi day" So March 17 Exam is postponed to March 18 Next Exams also Postponed to day by day.From this Exams will be Closed on 26 March.
|No dissection for BiPC this year on
Hyderabad,Nov 12 Intermediate science students appearing for practical exams this year need not do dissection of earthworms, cockroaches, frogs and so on from this year onwards.
The Board of Intermediate Education has decided to abolish dissection as directed by the Union Environment Ministry and the University Grants Commission. Intermediate practical exams are scheduled from the first week of February 2014.
Dissection has been an integral part of the exam for second year BiPC students. Now, they will have to draw the parts of insects and identify the parts exhibited through slides on the display board, as the environment ministry believes dissection to be a cruel practice.
The practicals still carry 30 marks. Earlier, 5 marks were awarded for dissection and another 5 marks for drawing and identification of parts of the insect.
Under the new system, 6 marks will be awarded for drawing, 14 marks for identifying the parts displayed through slides, 5 marks for record book writing and 5 marks for practicals.
“Orders with regard to doing away with dissection in practical exams will be issued soon. There is shortage of cockroaches and earthworms. It has also become a problem for colleges to obtain them for practicals. Moreover, the Centre had issued guidelines abolishing dissection,” said Rama Sankar Naik, secretary, BIE.
The board has also decided to introduce modern pedagogical tools in colleges such as computer-based multimedia simulators, virtual labs, specialised interactive CDROMs, films, charts and videos of dissections performed by experts.
|Inter Exam fee date Extended till October 26
Hyderabad,Oct 21 The Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh notified that the due date for payment of examination fee for first and second year Intermediate public examinations to be held next March has been extended up to 26th October. The due date is applicable to general and vocational students, failed students, attendance exempted candidates for only humanities (without college study) and candidates who wish to appear for the examinations next March with change of group. There will be no further extensions.
|Action against erring colleges: BIE
Hyderabad,Oct 19 The Board of Intermediate (BIE) said that some private colleges are not allowing students to pay examination fee on a pretext of pending tuition fee. Serious action will be initiated against the managements if they prevent the students from paying the fee. If required, the students can complain to concerned regional inspecting officers and board authorities, said a press release. The last date for payment of examination fee is October 19.
|Inter Exams to begin on March 12
Hyderabad,Oct 18 Intermediate public examinations (theory) will begin from March 12, 2014. The Board of Intermediate Education announced the schedule for first and second year exams on Thursday. The practical exams will be conducted from February 12 to March 4.
The exams will begin with English of Part-I (first year) instead of Second Language of Part-II (second year). The compulsory Environmental Education exam will be held on January 31 from 10 am to 1 pm.
Inter exam schedule:
First Year (theory): March 12: English Paper-I; March 14: Second Language Paper-I; March 17: Mathematics Paper-IA, Botany Paper-I; Civics Paper-I; Psychology Paper-I; March 19: Mathe-matics Paper-IB, Zoology Paper-I; History Paper-I; March 21: Physics Paper-I; Economics Paper-I; Classical Language Pap-er-I; March 24: Chemistry Paper-I; Commerce Paper-I; Sociology Paper-I; Fine Art, Music Paper-I; March 26: Geology Paper-I; Home Science Paper-I; Public Administration Paper-I; Logic Paper-I; Bridge Course Maths Paper-I (for BiPC students); March 28: Modern Language Paper-I, Geography Paper-I.
Second Year (theory): March 13: English Paper-II; March 15: Second Language Paper-II; March 18: Mathematics Paper-IIA; Botany Paper-II, Civics Paper-II; Psycho-logy Paper-II; March 20: Mathematics Paper-IIB; Zoology Paper-II; History Paper-II; March 22: Physics Paper-II; Econo-mics Paper-II; Classical Language Paper-II; March 25: Chemistry Paper-II; Commerce Paper-II; Soci-ology Paper-II; Fine Art, Music Paper-II; March 27: Geology Paper-II; Home Science Paper-II; Public Administration Paper-II; Logic Paper-II; Bridge Course Maths Paper-II (for BiPC students); March 29: Modern Lan-guage Paper-II; Geogra-phy Paper-II.
|Inter Admission process more than 50,000 add up this year
Hyderabad,Sep 14 The admission process for first year Intermediate courses has ended after five extensions of last date. The total number of students enrolled both in government and private junior colleges this year was 9.51 lakhs, which is 50,000 more than last year. This means, if students of outside study are also included, more than 10 lakh students would appear for annual exams to be held in April 2014.
A total of 88.08 per cent of students in regular category have passed in the exams registering a 0.24 percent increase compared to last year (87.84%). Government schools have recorded an impressive 80.28 pass percentage and the schools which function under various government departments like Zilla parishad, Municipal, Social, Tribal welfare, Gurukul etc have also performed quite well compared to last few years. Private schools too fared well with 92.69 percentage. In addition, 51.49% of candidates of those who appeared for the SSC Advanced Supplementary Examinations have also passed. All this contributed to increase in admissions into first year Intermediate.
There was a marked increase in the admissions under science and commerce streams this year where as for Arts subjects, there was not much progress, compared to last year.
But academics take a big jolt as staff of almost all government junior colleges and majority of private junior colleges in 13 seemandhra districts have been on strike for the past 31 days against the decision to divide the state. The fresh students could not even attend for classes for a week when the agitations started.”This is bound to affect their studies in a big way as Intermediate is turning point in anybody’s career. There were no classes, no practicals” Janakirama Kolluru, a senior faculty of St. Mary College in Visakhapatnam told The Hans India.
The revised syllabus was enforced from this year in full measure in both first and second year and students do need the help of lecturers. “They will be way behind the students of Class XI and Class XII of CBSE syllabus if they don’t follow the new syllabi. Eventually, it would have a telling effect on the results of national level exams at the end of senior Inter i.e. 2015” Dr V R Muralikrishna, a faculty at Narayana College said.
The competition will also be more in the next two years with the increase in number of students- especially for tech courses. The CBSE has given only a one time waiver this year for students of Andhra Pradesh with regard to computing plus two marks while making final merit lists of JEE Mains since the syllabus was not revised in the state at that time. From 2014 onwards, the marks of both first and second year Intermediate would be taken into account while calculating the weightage marks.
|Separate ranks for Inter Supplementary
Hyderabad,Jul 26 The Eamcet Committee has announced separate ranks for all those who have passed both in the entrance test and Intermediate Advanced Supplementary Examinations in Hyderabad on 24th July. A total of 20,779 fresh rankers have now being added up in addition to earlier ones. Students can download their ranks from the EAMCET website.
Out of these 20,779, as many as 16,363 were of engineering stream and the remaining 4,416 belonged to medical stream. “All these students will have separate ranks and have nothing to do with the regular rankers i.e. no addition with points which was thought of earlier,” Prof. N.V. Ramanarao, the Convener of Eamcet said.
A total of 2,76,995 students have appeared for Eamcet engineering and out of them 2,01,308 candidates were qualified. The Advance Supplementary students were now allotted ranks from 2,01,309 to 2,17,672.
Similarly in medical and agricultural stream, a total of 80,779 students were qualified. The Supplementary candidates were allotted ranks from 80,780 to 85,195.
These supplementary students will be allowed to participate from the first phase of engineering counselling onwards, Prof Ramana Rao, told The Hans India. But he made it clear that their turn would commence only after the regular students’ counselling. Since medical counselling has already started, the students can participate depending upon their rank and choice, he added.
Source:The Hans India
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