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    Hyderabad, June 20 (Namaste Telangana): Officials have decided to implement practicals in the Intermediate English subject. To this end, they have made changes to the practical syllabus. For this purpose, they have formed a committee of 11 experts. This committee met on Wednesday at the Inter Board office in Nampally, Hyderabad. The committee has finalized the complete syllabus and will print it as a handbook for the Telugu Academy. Previously, those conducting the exams for the English subject allocated 100 marks. However, they have now decided to allocate 80 marks for theory and 20 marks for practicals. In total, the syllabus has become lighter for the students. This year, they have also made changes to the syllabus in the Intermediate First Year textbooks.

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    Speaking English fluently…

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    These days, it has become a necessity to speak in English. Many students who have completed their degrees and post-graduations are struggling to express their thoughts in English. In order to address this problem, officials have decided to implement practicals in Intermediate English. As part of this, they have introduced an English lab workshop. After completing Intermediate, students will be able to speak in English fluently.

    Colleges will set up separate labs for language skills in addition to science labs. They will allocate a period for phonetics, listening, reading, and pronunciation practice. Students will be required to pronounce English sentences properly. They will also focus on phonetics as a foundation.

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    Overall, the officials are making efforts to improve English language skills among students by implementing practicals in the curriculum.

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