TS 10th / SSC Exams Cancelled (Latest News Update): In Telangana CM KCR took a sensational decision regarding the tenth class general and vocational examinations. All the 10th class board examination has been ultimately cancelled. All students are to be promoted to higher class without any exams based on marks obtained in Internal Exams, Assessments. With the effect total 5,34,903 students are promoted directly to higher classes even though not conducting examinations in the view of Corona Virus Pandemic.
TS 10th / SSC Class Exams Cancelled: Latest News
Earlier, the board had decided to postpone the TS SSC exams after the Telangana high court had asked the state govt to not conduct the examination in the GHMC area. The districts of Hyderabad, Secunderabad, and Ranga Reddy are identified as Covid-19 hotspots and hence, HC didn’t allowed state board to hold exams in these areas.
5,34,903 Students Promoted to Higher Classes
Reports suggest that 534,903 students of the state will go to the next class with the chief minister’s decision. Students will be assigned grades based on internals marks. With the government’s decision, the tension for the students and their parents has come down.
There are 534,903 tenth grade students in the state. There were 6 subjects in all, 11 papers out of which three papers of two subjects were completed.
TS CM KCR Sensational Decision on SSC Exams
After Telangana CM KCR Meeting in Pragati Bhavan with Minister of Education Sabitha Indra Reddy, Secretary to the Government Somesh Kumar, Special Secretary to the Ministry of Education Chitra Ramachandran, Chief Secretary of the Ministry of Education announced that all students should be promoted without any exams In the view of increasing corona virus pandemic.
Postponement of BSEAP 10th Exam Time Table 2020
- As per the schedule announced on May 22, the Telangana SSC Board examination was scheduled to be held from Monday, June 8, 2020, to July 5, 2020.
- On March 20, the Telangana High Court had directed the state to postpone the Class 10 exams, scheduled for March 23 to April 6, in view of the Covid-19 outbreak.
- The state had conducted the exams for three papers of the first and second languages before March 22 as per the original timetable.
- At the time, the government had postponed tenth class examinations on the orders of the state high court.