Indian President has looked for a report from the Telangana government on the suicides by 27 Students over the supposed goof-up in the consequences of Intermediate results. Telangana Chief Secretary S.K. Joshi recieved a letter from union Home Ministry , guiding him to outfit a report. Ashok Kumar Pal, Under Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs alongside his letter dated Aug 7 sent a letter got from President’s Secretariat.
The central office likewise denoted a duplicate of his letter to BJP Telangana state unit President K. Laxman, who alongside other gathering pioneers had presented a notice to Kovind a month ago, asking him to look for a report from the Telangana government. The BJP assignment had likewise spoke to the President to inspect the likelihood of encouraging the Governor to arrange a legal test into the fumbling by the instruction specialists.
It claimed that the students took their lives because of the mishandling by the Board of Intermediate Education in the consequences of middle of the road (Classes 11 and 12) assessments. Of the 9.43 lakh students who showed up in the tests, 5.6 lakh had cleared it. After the declaration of results in April, goof-up by the experts in the assessment of answer contents and handling the outcomes became exposed, setting off an enormous open clamor and huge challenges by resistance groups and understudy bodies.
Telangana CM K. Chandrashekhar Rao later reported free re-check of answer sheets of all the bombed students. In May, the BIE declared aftereffects of re-confirmation of answer contents of over 3.82 lakh students who had neglected to acquire pass marks. Following this procedure, 1,137 students, who were prior announced fizzled , cleared the tests.
As per the BIE, of the 23 understudies who ended it all and three who endeavored, re-confirmation of their answer contents demonstrated that there is no change from neglect to pass. The students bodies and NGOs guaranteed that 26 students had taken their lives. The BJP, nonetheless, put the number at 27.