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Telangana: Confusion arises among students due to errors in Inter exam paper

A large number of errors marred the Intermediate Public Examinations on Thursday. The English paper of the Political Science (Civics) paper-II exam had a different question than the Telugu paper, which surprised intermediate second-year students.

The English version had asked students to “Explain the main provisions of the Independence of India Act, 1947,” whereas the Telugu version had asked students to “Describe the home rule movement in the Indian Independence struggle.” All copies of the question sheet should have the same questions.

The Mathematics IIA Urdu medium question paper contained a number of mistakes as well. There was a typo in section A, question 1, where ‘Farji’ was used instead of ‘Zarbi,’ which implies multiplicative. It should be read as ‘Zarbi’ instead of ‘Farji,’ and ‘Theek’ should be deleted from section B Exam Number 20 of the Mathematics-IIA Urdu medium question paper, as per the Board authorities.

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It had been stated by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) that question number eight of the Political Science II year question paper was different between English and Telugu versions.

According to the statement, the Board has created distinct assessment schemes for both the Telugu and English versions, and evaluations would take place appropriately.

“In this regard, there is no ambiguity. All marks will be awarded to Telugu medium students, whether it was the Telugu version or English version, and question number eight was attempted in accordance with the scheme of evaluation,” it read.

Meanwhile, 21,876 second-year students failed to appear for their exams on Thursday and only 4,17,295 students had shown up for the tests, despite 4,39,171 students having registered. 12 malpractice charges were filed during the test, including seven in Vikarabad, four in Nagarkurnool, and one in Peddapalli.





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