Hyderabad: Fresh notification for Intermediate first-year admissions for the academic year 2023- 2024 was released by the Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS) on Saturday. As per the notification, 103 colleges offering courses including MPC (Maths-Physics-Chemistry), BPC(Biology-Physics-Chemistry), MEC (Maths-Economic-Commerce), CEC (Civis-Economic-Commerce), HEC (History-Economic-Civics) and vocational courses in English medium will be made available for the students to choose from. Also Read MANUU extends last date for admissions into
Hyderabad: Recognizing the challenges faced by students who failed in the Telangana inter exams, Siasat Daily and MS Education Academy have decided to launch a free online coaching program for supplementary exams. The decision was made after analyzing the Telangana inter exam results, which revealed that many students who failed to clear the exam lack basic knowledge of the subjects as they were promoted to intermediate without SSC exams being
Hyderabad: A 17-year-old girl, who is a student of Kallam Anji Reddy Vocational Junior College, secured 945 marks in the state board exams two years she was disowned after running away from home with her partner. Back then, when she was traced by police and her parents denied accepting her back as she eloped with a boy from a lower caste. Also Read University of Hyderabad develops potential new treatment
Hyderabad: Hyderabad Institute of Excellence once again achieved remarkable results in Telangana’s inter exams 2023. The institution’s unwavering dedication to providing quality education has ensured 100 percent distinction results. Md Imran Hussain, a student of the MPC branch of the institution, showcased his exceptional knowledge and skills by scoring 986 out of 1000 marks. Another student of BiPC branch Mohammed Rayan Mohi Uddin also secured 986 out of 1000 marks.
Hyderabad: In a major development, the inquiry committee of the Board of Intermediate Education has revealed disturbing facts in the sensational issue of the suicide of Intermediate first-year student Sathvik in his classroom at Sri Chaitanya junior college’s Narsingi branch a couple of days back. It was found that Sathvik was not a student of the Narsingi branch of the Sri Chaitanya junior college. The inquiry committee also found that
Hyderabad: As TS EAMCET 2023 approaches, speculations arise that the 45 percent intermediate marks rule will make a comeback in the admission process. Two years ago, it was mandatory for engineering college applicants to secure at least 45 percent in inter exams, with a cut-off percentage of 40 percent for reserved categories. However, due to the COVID pandemic, the percentage criterion was not applied for the past two years, and
Hyderabad: Several students are demanding the postponement of Telangana inter practical exams alleging that no practical classes were conducted in their colleges. The exams are scheduled to be conducted in February. Some of them are of the opinion that the practical exams should be conducted after inter theory examinations that are scheduled to be held in March. No practical class conducted in inter first year In some junior colleges, practical