Latest News

Hyderabad: Website continues to haunt students

eTelangana.org | Published: 24th April 2019 | Posted Date: Wednesday 24th April 2019 05:46 PM

Students are hoping to get the results of their re-verification requests before the last date for applying for the supplementary examination, but they are likely to be disappointed as the verification will take another ten days and the last date for applying for the supplementary is April 27.  

Hyderabad: As the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) website continued to give trouble to those applying for re-evaluation, students approached the Board office to resolve the issue and allow them to give their applications in person on Tuesday.

Following the protests on Monday, police were deployed in large numbers today to handle the situation near Vidhya Bhavan.

Students are not able to determine the status of their applications online. And the Helpline hinders rather than helps, taking the basic information and then disconnecting without confirming the status of the application.

Students are hoping to get the results of their re-verification requests before the last date for applying for the supplementary examination, but they are likely to be disappointed as the verification will take another ten days and the last date for applying for the supplementary is April 27. Education minister G. Jagadish Reddy has announced that strict action will be taken against those responsible for the big mess, based on the committee report that may be released on Wednesday evening or Thursday morning.

“The technical committee that we have formed is working rapidly, students and parents need not worry, there are many rumours being spread on the inter results, which need to be contained and we will take action on people who are creating these rumours as well,” the minister added.

As a preventive measure, 69 people from student organisations and members of political parties were arrested by the Begum Bazar police merely for protesting against the Board botching up the process.

 

Courtesy: https://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/240419/hyderabad-website-continues-to-haunt-students.html

 

Karimnagar: 40 eat breakfast at state school, fall ill

About 84 students are pursuing the Intermediate first and second year courses in Model School of Keshava-patnam.

KCR, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to talk split issues

Sources said the two Chief Ministers would also take a call on the arrears of energy and civil supplies during their meet.

Hyderabad: Biggest Ganesh idol this year

The height and width of the idol have increased because of its design.

Congress leader requests K Chandrasekhar Rao to solve traffic woes

Employees were taking five to six hours to reach home after work, he said.

Hyderabad: 4 civic staff suspended for poisoning 78 stray dogs

A few days ago, 78 street dogs were poisoned and buried in the outskirts of Siddipet.

Hyderabad: Lovers fear kin and try to end lives, man dies

While the man, T. Sandeep Reddy, 27, succumbed. Triveni, his partner, is undergoing treatment at a hospital.

Hyderabad: ‘Smart’ farming is the way ahead, say experts

In order to meet the increasing demand for grains, farmers require a smarter way to plan their agriculture.

Hyderabad: Ability to work in US makes it enticing option

Expert cites poor communication skills, faulty counselling for visa troubles.

Telangana weavers hold protest in Delhi

The JAC leaders alleged that none of the Centre’s schemes for weavers were being implemented in Telangana state.

Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy wanted to be TPCC chief

He said he was not able to do justice to the people being in the Congress and therefore, he took the decision to change the party.

TRS accuses BJP of creating communal tension in Telangana

While condemning the comments of Adilabad MP Soyam Bapurao, he said that the BJP MP was trying to disturb peace in the district.

Hyderabad: Traffic snarls to continue due to delay in infrastructure work

Work on major projects has resulted in damaged roads, choked drains.

comments powered by Disqus