TS SSC Exams 2020 Cancelled: Students to be Promoted Based on Internal Marks

The Government of Telangana finally cancelled the class 10 exams for all the students across the state. The Chief Minister of Telangana, K. Chandrasekhar Rao announced that all the students of class 10 will be promoted to the subsequent class sans any exam. Due to the rapid outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic across the state, the government made this decision. In this current consequence, it wouldn’t be plausible to conduct the exams for lakhs of students.

TS SSC Exams 2020 Cancelled

This announcement came through an official notice. The notice reads, ‘The Chief Minister has decided that all the 10th class students will be promoted to the next class by giving them grades based on their internal assessment marks.’ A couple of days back, the Government postponed the class 10 exams in the state that was scheduled to commence from 8th June till 5th July 2020. Further, the government cancelled the SSC exams. Before the lockdown, a total of 3 papers were conducted for the 10th class students.

TS SSC Results: Telangana 10th Results Manabadi & bse.telangana.gov.in

Due to the abrupt lockdown across the nation, a total of 8 papers were left. It includes English, Science and Mathematics. On the other hand, the officials have planned to disclose the TS intermediate results 2020 in the next week. Sabitha Indra Reddy, the Education Minister of the state previously said, ‘The evaluation process was started from May 12, and students can expect results by June second week.’

TS Intermediate Results (1st & 2nd): BIE Telangana Inter Results

This year, more than 5 lakh students have registered for the class 10 exams. A total of 9.65 lakh candidates have enrolled for the 12th or intermediate exams [both 1st and 2nd year]. Recently, the coronavirus cases have been increased exponentially across the state of Telangana. Even, there is a rapid increase in the count of the deceased. Considering this situation, the government has cancelled the class 10 exams in the state.

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