The Telangana Education Minister, Sabitha Indra Reddy, has recently assured students who appeared for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination that their results will not be affected by the paper leak issue. The Minister has urged students to remain calm and not panic over the situation.
The SSC examination is a crucial milestone in the academic journey of students in Telangana. The examination is conducted by the Telangana State Board of Secondary Education (TSBSE) for students studying in Class 10. The examination is held annually in the month of March, and the results are usually declared in May.
However, this year’s SSC examination was marred by allegations of paper leaks. Reports surfaced that question papers of several subjects were leaked on social media platforms before the exams. This led to widespread panic among students and parents, who feared that their results would be affected by the leak.
In response to these allegations, the TSBSE conducted an investigation into the matter. The investigation revealed that the question papers were indeed leaked on social media platforms. However, the Board also stated that it had taken all necessary steps to ensure that the leaked papers did not reach the examination centers.
Despite these assurances from the Board, students and parents remained anxious about the impact of the paper leak on their results. In this context, the Education Minister’s assurance that the results will not be affected has come as a relief to many.
The Minister has also urged students to remain calm and not panic over the situation. She has emphasized that the Board has taken all necessary steps to ensure that the examination was conducted fairly and transparently. The Minister has further assured students that any attempts to cheat or manipulate the examination will not be tolerated, and strict action will be taken against those found guilty.
In conclusion, the Telangana Education Minister’s assurance to SSC students on the paper leak issue is a welcome development. It is important for students to remain calm and not panic over the situation. The Board has taken all necessary steps to ensure that the examination was conducted fairly and transparently, and any attempts to cheat or manipulate the examination will not be tolerated. Students can now focus on their studies and await their results with confidence.