'Will not allow students of Sri Vasavi to lose an academic year', Kadiyam assures

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Hyderabad, Mar 1:Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister, Kadiyam Srihari on Wednesday has assured students of Sri Vasavi Intermediate College, Vanasthalipuram that their academic year won't go wasted. The Deputy CM said that all the 400 students will be allowed to appear for the upcoming advanced supplementary examinations.
The Education Minister said that Government will make sure that all the students are able to appear for the Eamcet entrance examination, which is scheduled to be held on May 12.
On Tuesday, large number of students from Sri Vasavi Intermediate College, Vanasthalipuram had protested against the college management for not paying the examination fee to the Board of Intermediate for Intermediate public Examinations, which have started on Wednesday.
The students had not received hall tickets for the Intermediate examination and had visited the junior college for enquiry. Close to 400 students were supposed to receive the hall tickets and appear for the Inter exams from Sri Vasavi Junior College.
Meanwhile, the Intermediate Board officials have decided to take strict action on the management of the Sri Vasavi Junior College. The Intermediate Board has also decided to register criminal cases on the management of the Junior College.
The Intermediate Board officials also pointed out that the parents of the students should have alerted the authorities in January itself.
"The students did not appear for the compulsory Environmental Ethics and Human Values and Practical tests that carried weightage in January and February. Had the parents and students alerted the concerned authorities about the non-availability of hall tickets, the issue would not have been allowed to fester for so long," Intermediate Board officials clarified.
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