Student unions have now called for an Intercollege bandh in Telangana for two days. The TSBIE results were declared on December 16. The Board will reportedly hold re-examinations.
The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has released the TS first year Inter results 2021 on December 16, 2021. After a long delay, the results were released for a total of 4.5 lakh students. However, soon after the results were declared, it turned out that only 49% of the total students managed to pass the TS Inter first year exams in 2021. Many students were unhappy over this development.
The percentage of 49% students passing the exams means that only 1.9 lakh students have qualified for TS Inter first-year exams. Since less than 50% of the students have passed the exams, it is now reported that the students have now come forward and are now demanding the reasons behind this result.
A section of them has alleged that the reason behind this poor performance is the improper evaluation of the answer scripts resulting in the failure of 51% of students to qualify for the exam. Although the girls have performed better than the boys, the overall result was poor since a majority of students failed to secure the minimum passing marks.
Moreover, the students’ unions had called for an Inter college bandh that lasted for two days. They have been protesting against why 51% of students failed to pass the TS Inter first year exams. The bandh by the Junior Colleges have been called by the National Students Union of India or NSUI on December 20. To support them, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) had called for a bandh today, i.e. December 21.
As per reports, TSBIE has stated that students will get an opportunity to re-appear for the exams. However, students do not seem to be in favor of this since the second-year exams are imminent. Many have mentioned that a possible reason behind this could be online classes. Many students did not have access to proper internet connectivity which hampered their learning process. There were times when the students could not get proper access to the classes which eventually hampered their learning process.
Reportedly, less than 30% of students have managed to pass the exams from areas such as Medak and Vikarabad. The others have simply failed. This can simply be summed that one in every two students has failed the TS Inter exams. In case the board holds the re-examinations, then it seems likely that they will be placed alongside the second-year exams. This will end up causing more pressure and worry on the students.