Perplexity instigated panic reigns preeminent among management of colleges and parents of final year Intermediate students in Andhra Pradesh region, days before initiation of practical examinations.
Intermediate practicals jumbling system bewildered students
Taking all things together, 24,135 students of MPC and 7,144 of BiPC streams will take the examinations in jumbling system in around 74 centers from February 2. About 70 percent of them are from private universities in Chittoor, Tirupati, and Madanapalle towns.
The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) Regional Inspection Officer G.L. Nagabushanam told that school managements, students, and parents were stressed over the jumbling system and said: “We are Helpless.” He conceded that in the past these examinations had been dealt with as a negligible convention with guaranteed imprints to the understudies.
Still there is lot of confusion whether to conduct intermediate practicals exams in jumbling system or not in Andhra Pradesh Region. College management had a long session of meeting with Ganta Srinivas Rao regarding jumbling system, Intermediate commissioner also take a part in this session and he also stressed that Jumbling system should be conduct at any cost. After formation of new state this is the first time AP conducting this method it might possible to get some issues regarding this from next year problems will not occurred in jumbling system, some people stated.
No decision taken in this meeting, It takes 4 to 5 days to call on final decision. Only one week left for exam but not yet take the decision, Parents, students, college management so furious on AP government on Decision about jumbling system.
Another Side, Management of some private colleges trying to remove jumbling system and their stressed Ganta srinivas rao do not conduct this method. In this jumbling system problems will occurred and their(students) loss their marks it effects on their momentum, Private Colleges stated.
Senior teachers concede that understudies are not usual to doing practicals and it might be perilous for them to handle lab gear that incorporates concentrated acids and power machines machines. Hundred of desperate students are depending on Youtube and different regions to know the quick and dirty of leading practicals. Exploiting it, a couple book shops have begun offering DVDs on practicals at Rs.150-Rs. 200 each and private training centers have thought of five-day crash sessions charging Rs. 4,000 for each student.