90% Telangana college students move in Secondary Faculty Certificates examination | Hyderabad Information


HYDERABAD: Telangana’s move share within the Secondary Faculty Certificates (SSC) examination dropped by 2.43% from 92.43% in 2019, when the board exams have been final evaluated, to 90% this yr. Of the 5,03,579 common candidates who appeared for the examination, 4,53,201 college students have cleared it, revealed outcomes launched on Thursday, stories Nirupa Vatyam. Siddipet with a move share at 97.85% stood on the prime, whereas Hyderabad was positioned on the backside with 79.63% move share. Superior supplementary examinations will likely be performed from August 1 to 10.
Hyderabad continued to do poorly in SSC examinations amongst 33 districts, bringing within the rear with a move share of 79.63% this yr – a lot lower than the state common of 90%. Of the 73,957 candidates from Hyderabad, 58,889 cleared the examination. In 2019 too Hyderabad was final, although it had an total move share of 83.09%. In 2018 and 2017, the move share of Hyderabad stood at 75.98% and 73.26% respectively.

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“There’s a must assess why Hyderabad is constant to carry out poorly in SSC exams,” mentioned training minister Sabitha Indra Reddy.
Lecturers mentioned that many authorities lecturers have been additionally dealing with full further costs (FACs) and it contributed to a decline in high quality of educating.
“Of the entire faculty assistants, fairly a number of of them are working as headmasters or inspectors of faculties. Due to this, they’re unable to do justice to educating,” mentioned M Ravinder, a authorities trainer.
Not simply Hyderabad district, which has a great variety of Urdu medium faculties beneath it, even neighbouring Ranga Reddy and Medchal districts have additionally not carried out nicely.
“In districts, there may be lot of scope for copying. Whereas in metropolis, exams are performed strictly. This is likely one of the explanation why these districts are likely to not carry out in addition to many rural districts,” claimed a trainer.


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