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    Hyderabad: Hardly 2 months are left for the Intermediate exam to start; still lots of jr universities are yet to finish the curriculum for the very first and also 2nd-year Inter trainees.

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    According to a couple of trainees and also speakers’ organizations, just 70 percent of the curriculum has actually been finished. Also lots of universities without finishing the whole curriculum are carrying out the pre-final exam.

    The speakers’ organization and also trainees mentioned that, according to the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education, the curriculum needs to be finished by December lastyear But universities fell short to do that. The ground truth in not finishing the curriculum is absence of educating team in universities. On an ordinary there is a lack of four-five subject talks in each university.

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    Said Pranav, an Inter II year trainee, that is researching in a personal junior university in Secunderabad, “without completing the syllabus, our college has started conducting pre-final exam. We are facing hardship to write exams, as questions are being asked from chapters that have not been completed.”

    Arun Reddy, one more Inter II year trainee, that is researching in a personal junior university in Kukatpally, claimed “lectures are hurrying to complete the syllabus without going deep into chapters. This is causing hardship to students to understand; it will be better if our college time is extended or it should conduct extra classes for completion of syllabus.”

    Dr P Madhusudhan Reddy, president, Government Junior Colleges Association, claimed, “the Inter examination is scheduled in March and practical exams are supposed to begin in February. Many colleges are yet to complete the syllabus not only in the city and even in districts Only 1,000 regular teaching staff is working; more than 3,000 teachers are employed on contract basis. There are 2,000 vacancies out of which permission has been granted for 1,654 guest faculties in September 2022.Still, 1,800 teachers are required. On an average, there is a shortage of four-five subject lectures in each college.”

    “Also, till today no setups have actually been produced completely carrying out the exam, as following month the functional examinations will certainly start and also concept examinations fromMarch But yet the centres have actually not been settled. It will certainly be far better if the functional examinations are delayed to ensure that talks obtain time to finish the curriculum for the upcoming concept examinations, he included.


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