Hyderabad: Inter pupils skittish over the functional examinations, advise post ponement
Hyderabad: Hardly a month left for the intermediate functional examinations for 2nd-year pupils to start, no functional courses or sessions have actually been carried out in universities rue pupils. As an outcome, couple of trainee organisations have actually required the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) to delay the functional examinations as well as perform it after the beginning of concept examinations.
Students explained that functional courses must be carried out independently particularly for the ones convincing BIPC as well as MPC training courses. But no functional courses are carried out in any way in couple of government- helped junior universities. Students additionally explained that they are never ever educated practicals in the very first year as well as are just educated couple of days in 2nd year prior to the examinations start.
“Our practical exam is scheduled on February 15 and we have not even been taken for one practical class. Whenever we ask our lectures to conduct a class they always give us hope saying the classes will be conducted soon. We have no clue as what to do in our practical exam without getting trained” rued Shrisha, an inter-second-year trainee.
Mohan Reddy, an additional inter-second trainee claimed that as they do not have any kind of functional expertise they are frightened that their general percent would certainly go down. “Another drawback for now having practical classes is that many colleges do not have labs to conduct practicals or do not have proper equipment,” he included.
Meanwhile Dr P Madhusudhan Reddy, president of the Government Junior College Association, claimed, “As the Andhra Pradesh government postponed the practical exams, it will be better if TSBIE also does the same. We request the department to conduct the practical exams in April after the theory exams.”