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On the first day of intermediate examinations on 2nd Friday, about 70,284 candidates failed to turn up to write their second language paper I. Several students were not allowed into the examination hall for coming late. At some venues, in the city and Ranga Reddy district, about 150 students who came late were not allowed to write the examination, officials said. “The Board of Intermediate Education has estimated a 7.19% absentee rate this year as compared to previous years 6.35%. A total of 9.79 lakh students have registered for the examinations. The students who missed their exam blamed the tardy RTC services for reaching their venues late” and said; that BIE should conduct a separate exam for them.
The RTC bus services were not prompt and because of this we came late for the exam. “We will have to appear for the supplementary examination now for no fault of ours”, said D Poorna, a student who was denied entry into the examination hall. Students complained that even those who came late by a few minutes in the city were not allowed to write the examination. However, BIE officials denied this and said; those who were not allowed to write the exam came late by one hour. Students suffered at some centres because of lack of proper furniture. Despite a six-month long efforts to provide furniture at all exam centres in the state, students at two venues in Karimnagar and Chitoor districts faced problems as one of the rooms did not have desks and benches. The students had no option but to squat on the floor to write the exam. In a press statement, BIE stated that the necessary furniture was procured from other colleges and provided to the students at these centres within a short time. On the first day of the exam, a case of impersonation was registered in Khammam district. An invigilator noticed an impersonator writing for his friend, Karri Mallesh, at the Government Junior College, Sathupally, and reported him to police.
Courtesy: Times of India
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