No exams for Class 1 to eight college students in Telangana


Naveen S Garewal 

Tribune News Service 

Hyderabad, September 22 

Telangana has accomplished away with all exams for the present educational 12 months for all college college students from Class 1 to eight. The faculties will observe steady in-house evaluation over the formal evaluation via exams.

However, exams for Class 9 to 12 college students can be assessed on-line. 

The choice to this impact has been taken by a majority of the faculties on their very own regardless of the federal government giving a go forward to varsities to permit college students to attend lessons from this week. 

The prestigious Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet, has determined to conduct on-line exams for Classes 9 to 12, however the main part can be absolved of any examination. They can be assessed via oral exams, in response to Principal Skand Bali.  

The development is analogous in different faculties, holding in thoughts the rising variety of Covid-19 instances. Worksheets with goal kind questions are being distributed to college students to evaluate their studying talents. 

Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are among the many worst affected states from novel coronavirus.

There is a rising demand for saying a “zero academic year”, however a majority of the faculties have determined to make use of on-line testing for evaluating the scholars quite than permitting senior college students come to highschool or flip this era into a protracted vacation for the junior lessons. 



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