TS inter result 2019: High court orders revaluation of sheets of failed candidates

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TS inter result 2019: The Telangana high court ordered the revaluation of the answer sheets of the failed candidates in Telangana. As per the order of the court, Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education will conduct revaluation of answer sheets of all the failed candidates. Important to note that the results of the TS Inter board exams were declared recently.

The intermediate result of Telangana Board has come under scanner because the parents and the students have come on the road protesting against the result. The protest has not been limited to the parents and students only but it has turned political also. The Political parties have joined the protest in Telangana. The protest was supported by the BJP Yuva Morcha and it turned political.

Meanwhile, an NGO filed a petition in the court regarding this. The court has asked the board  to say how much time it will take for the process to be completed. The board has to file its reply till 29 April. The NGO has sought a probe and compensation for the families that lost their near ones in the protest.

The Secretary of the board A. Ashok admitted the lapses in the results and he assured the students that the result will be made error free. The Telangana state government also ordered an inquiry into the case. The lapses in the result of the board is due to Globarena Technologies, that was to conduct the exams o the behalf of the board. The board has formed a committee that will probe into the case and submit its report.

The Telangana board has declared the intermediate result on 18 April 2019 on the official website. The candidates who have appeared in the exam checked their result. After the result declaration, the allegations have started to come to surface. The students and the parents have alleged that the board has not been fair in the process and the result  has been under scanner. The protest turned political when the people from BJP Yuva Morcha joined the ally of the parents and the students.

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