Telangana SSC exams: 50 per cent choice in questions this year


In a major relief for students in the forthcoming SSC Public Examinations 2022, there will be a choice of answering only 50 percent of questions in different sections. The choices are extended to theory sections of the question papers while all questions in the objective part have to be answered. The School Education Department has taken a decision in this regard.

“Overall, there will be a choice of 50 percent among questions in this year’s SSC Examinations. The model question papers have been made available on the website of the State Council of Educational Research and Training,” an official said. As announced earlier, the SSC exams 2022 will be conducted covering only 70 percent of the total syllabus in all subjects and there will be only six papers instead of the regular 11 papers.

The exams will begin with the First Language paper (Group A), First Language Paper-I (Composite Course), and First Language Paper-II (Composite Course) on May 11. While SSC exams will conclude with Social Studies paper on May 17, the OSSC Main Language Paper-I (Sanskrit & Arabic), OSSC Main Language Paper-II (Sanskrit & Arabic) and SSC Vocational course (theory) will be held on May 18, 19, and 20 respectively. Objective papers in all subjects have to be answered in the last 30 minutes of the examination.

So far, 4.81 lakh Class X students have enrolled themselves for the exams. While the last date to pay the exam fee concluded on February 14, students can still pay the exam fee with a late fee of Rs 50 and Rs 200 till February 24 and March 4 respectively. The fee will also be accepted with a late fee of Rs 500 up to March 14. Around 5.16 lakh students had paid the exam fee last year. However, the exams could not be held due to the Covid pandemic, and students were declared passed considering their internal assessment marks.

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