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    The government in Telangana has changed, but the Intermediate Board seems to have forgotten about it. On Friday, first-year Inter students were surprised to see former Finance Minister T Harish Rao’s name printed on the question paper instead of Bhatti Vikramarka, the current Finance Minister.

    Despite the change in government, errors are still appearing in question papers. With the Congress now in power, A Revanth Reddy took oath as CM and Bhatti Vikramarka became the Finance Minister. Students were shocked to see the current Finance Minister’s name listed as Harish Rao on the question paper, sparking disputes between the two major parties.

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    In other news, the State Board of Intermediate Education has introduced English language practicals for the first time starting from 2023-24 to help students improve their communication skills. Around 478,600 students are taking the first-year English practical exam, which was held in 3,200 colleges across the state.

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