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Telangana SSC Exams Cancelled 2021

Telangana SSC Exams 2021: Telangana Cancels SSC Exams and results will be prepared on the basis of objective criteria to be developed by the SSC Board.

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Telangana SSC Exams Cancelled 2021: On Thursday Telangana government cancelled the SSC exams 2021, scheduled to be held from May 17. Telangana Secondary School Certificate (TS SSC) Exams have been cancelled due to the present COVID-19 pandemic situation in the state. The decision comes a day after the CBSE board announced the cancellation of the 10th and 12th standard board examinations. Around 5.5 lakh students were to appear for the SSC exams. 

The Telangana government said that the results of SSC class 10 students will be prepared on the basis of objective criteria to be developed by the SSC Board, soon. “Any candidate not satisfied with marks allotted will be given an opportunity to sit in an exam as and when the conditions are conducive,” the circular reads. The announcement regarding Telangana SSC Exams Cancelled was made following a review meeting held by Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy on Thursday with other officials.

Telangana SSC Exams Cancelled 2021:

Telangana ssc exams cancelled
Telangana SSC Exams Cancelled

Previously several students and parents had protested against the decision to conduct SSC exams. An online petition in regard was also started by a few students. The petition filed by a person identified as Koumudi Balla read, “Due to the pandemic, schools and colleges were shut across the state forcing students to attend classes online. While many students struggled to make arrangements to attend the classes, most educational institutions run by the government- due to lack of resources required for online classes failed to conduct the classes.”

It added, “As a result, most colleges failed even to finish 50% of the entire syllabus meant for the academic year of 2020-2021. It is unfair to expect students to attend the exams without proper knowledge of what they will be facing.” As of Thursday, over 29,000 persons had signed the petition.

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