The Telangana High Court has asked TSBIE or Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education to re-evaluate the answer sheets of all the unsuccessful candidates. It is to be informed that the results of the intermediate examinations for the first and second years have been released recently. Sources said that the court, hearing the petition filed by an NGO, gave time to TSBIE board till April 29 (Monday) so that it could be revealed that how long will it take to complete re-evaluation.
The NGO has also thoroughly examined the compensation and compensation received by the families of the students.
A total of nine lakh students attended the Intermediate examination in February-March. The results declared last Thursday have caused a complete discomfort. Many bright students who did good in the first year failed in the second year.
Secretary TBIE A. Ashok admitted on Monday that there were some flaws in declaring results. However, he assured the students that the anomalies would be corrected.
The state government ordered a probe into the alleged defects in the system deployed by Globrena Technologies on Monday, whose services were appointed by TBIE to conduct the examination.
Committee, in which BITS Hyderabad Professor A. Vasan and as a member, IIT Hyderabad Professor Nishant Dongri has also been asked to submit the report in three days.