Revealed: Up to date On – 12:30 AM, Solar – 19 June 22

Hyderabad: College students of the CBSE, ICSE and IB boards have to seem for Telugu language board examination in Class X performed by their respective boards from this educational 12 months.

Nonetheless, as to who will set the query papers has develop into a degree of dialogue because the CBSE, ICSE and IB boards won’t have Telugu specialists to border the query papers.

An official with the College Schooling Division official stated that that they had already written to the CBSE and different Boards relating to implementation of Telugu as a language in colleges. “The Board exams will likely be performed by the respective CBSE, ICSE and IB boards solely. Readability on query papers sitting is anticipated subsequent week. We have now despatched modalities to the colleges relating to implementation of Telugu and will likely be reiterating once more,” the official stated.

The State authorities has made Telugu language obligatory for all college students finding out in Lessons I to X in colleges affiliated to totally different boards. After enacting Telangana (Obligatory Educating and Studying of Telugu in Colleges) Act 2018, the federal government has been implementing Telugu as a language in all colleges in a staggered method since 2018-19.

Over the past educational 12 months, it was applied for Lessons I, II, III, IV & VI, VII, VIII and IX in all colleges throughout the State. This educational 12 months, it has been made obligatory for all Lessons from I to X and colleges regardless of their affiliation to the totally different boards. The faculties affiliated to the CBSE, ICSE and IB have been requested to supply Telugu as a second language.

Nonetheless, aid is obtainable to college students from different States becoming a member of the colleges in Telangana at Class VIII and they’re exempted from taking obligatory Telugu as a language. However, those that be part of any class between I and VII should take Telugu.

To assist kids whose mom tongue isn’t Telugu, the division has designed and developed textbooks titled ‘Tenepalukulu’ for Lessons I to V and ‘Vennela’ for Class VI to X. For Telugu-speaking kids finding out in Telugu and English medium colleges, books titled ‘Jabili’ for Lessons I to V, ‘Nava Vasantham’ for Lessons VI, VII, and VIII and ‘Singidi’ for Class IX and X have been developed by the division.

The textbooks are additionally made obtainable on the State Council of Instructional Analysis and Coaching (SCERT) web site http://scert.telangana.gov.in.



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