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TS SSC 10th Results 2023 in the midst of paper leak row- Read to Know

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A controversy over a question paper leak on the first two days marred the TS SSC exams, which were held between April 3 and 13, and a total of 4,84,370 students appeared for the exams.

The Telangana State Board of Secondary Education has announced the results of the TS SSC 10th examination in 2023. Astonishingly, 86.6% of the students have qualified for the exams, which were held from the 1st of April until the 17th of April, 2023. However, the declaration was overshadowed by a paper leak controversy that led to the cancellation of the geography exam. Nevertheless, the board assures that they have implemented all necessary measures to uphold the examination’s integrity and prevent any recurrence of such incidents. The results are available for viewing on the official website of the board,

The latest TS SSC 10th examination results have witnessed a whopping 6,163 students achieving a perfect score of 10 CGPA. Impressively, out of the total 11,458 schools, 2,793 schools have recorded a pass rate of 100%, indicating an outstanding performance by the students. Regrettably, on the other hand, 25 schools have recorded a dismal performance, with no student from their school able to pass the exam.

The TS SSC exams that were held on April 3 to 13 saw the participation of a massive 4,84,370 students. However, the exams were plagued with a controversy concerning the leak of a question paper in the first two days. Despite the difficulties, Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy expressed gratitude to the students for placing their trust in the state government. The minister has announced that students can apply for re-verification and recounting within 15 days. Additionally, TS SSC Advanced Supplementary Examinations are scheduled from June 14 to June 22, and interested students can apply for the same by paying the exam fee until May 26.

The recent announcement of intermediate exam results has reportedly led to tragic incidents, with some students resorting to suicide. The education minister expressed sadness over the situation and urged all students and their parents to remain optimistic and prepare well for the upcoming advanced supplementary exams starting June 14.

TS SSC exam controversy

During this year’s Telangana SSC Board Examinations, controversy erupted on the first day itself after question papers from the first and second days were leaked and shared on local WhatsApp groups while the exams were still in progress. Following the incident, two exam invigilators, S Bandeppa and Sammappa, were suspended along with school chief superintendent Shiva Kumar and department officer K Gopal by Vikarabad District Collector C Narayana Reddy.

The Director of the School Education Department A Sridevasena clarified that the sanctity and integrity of the exam’s conduct were not compromised in the examination center and called it an individual instance of malpractice by the invigilator. On the second day, the exam paper was also leaked and shared on WhatsApp groups, and the incident was traced to the Zilla Parishad boys high school in Uppal village of Kamalapur in the Hanamkonda district. The Warangal police arrested five people, including a minor, for their involvement in the question paper leak on the second day, while the Education Department suspended two officials and removed the invigilator from service for failing in their duties.

BJP’s state unit chief, Bandi Sanjay Kumar, was arrested from his home late at night for his alleged involvement in the conspiracy to leak photos of the question paper to defame the government. Police claimed that Kumar had directed others to carry out the leak. Although he was initially remanded in judicial custody, he was granted bail in the case one day later.