The Intermediate Public Theory Examinations March 2013 are scheduled from 06-03-2013. Major examinations will be concluded on 19-03-2013.
A Control Room will function with the Telephone No. 24601010 and Fax No. 24655027.
Total Number of examination centres – 2,633
(Govt.: 864, Aided: 190, Private 1579)
Number of self centres – 129
Number of sensitive / problematic centres – 316
Total Number of candidates appearing – 19,96,967
( First year – 9,86,052 & Second year – 10,10,915)
First year General candidates
Boys – 4,68,782
Girls – 4,22,822
Total – 8,91,604
First year Vocational candidates
Boys – 51,552
Girls – 42,896
Total – 94,448
Second year General candidates (Regular)
Boys – 4,03,314
Girls – 3,68,272
Total – 7,71,586
Second year General candidates (Private)
Boys – 99,193
Girls – 54,177
Total – 1,53,370
Second year Vocational candidates (Regular)
Boys – 37,157
Girls – 33,201
Total – 70,358
Second year Vocational candidates (Private)
Boys – 9,702
Girls – 5,899
Total – 15,601
(Details of district wise strength are enclosed separately)
Measures for effective conduct of Theory Examinations:
- Constitution of District Examination Committee (DEC) for theory examinations.
- Constitution of High Power Committee (HPC)
- Deployment of Flying squads comprising members of Education, Police and Revenue Departments and Sitting Squads at sensitive and problematic centres. (No. of squads constituted : Flying -94 and Sitting – 165)
- The RTC authorities are requested to make transport arrangements during the examinations.
- The authorities of Electricity department are requested to provide power without interruption during the examinations.
- Drinking water facilities and furniture is provided at the examination centres.
- DMHOs are requested to provide medical aid to the students at the examination centres.
- Strict action will be taken against the Officers / Managements who resort to malpractices / irregularities under section 25.
Appointment of Observers:
RJDIEs and District Vocational Educational Officers will supervise as observers during the days of exams. Officers from the Head Office, Hyderabad are also deputed to the district as observers.
Progress is monitored day to day by teleconference.
Instructions to Candidates:
- Candidates should carefully verify the correctness of their Names, Medium, Subjects appearing etc., indicated in their hall tickets. If any discrepancy is noticed it should be got rectified by the Principal of the College.
- No candidate will be permitted without the hall ticket issued by the BIE.
- Candidate should be present in the examination hall 15 minutes before the commencement of the examination. Candidates reporting after the expiry of the first 15 minutes (9.15am) will not be allowed in to the examination hall.
- It is the responsibility of the candidate to verify the correctness of OMR Bar Coded sheet regarding the name, subject etc., Pinning of wrong bar coded sheet will lead to wrong declaration of results.
- Candidates are not allowed to bring any kind of printed / written material, cell phones, pagers, calculators or any other electronic gadgets into the examination hall.
- It is the responsibility of the candidates to hand-over the Answer script to the Invigilator and to take back the hall ticket from the invigilator.
- The problem of OLD and NEW Question paper will arise in MATHS – IA, MATHS –IB, PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, BOTANY and ZOOLOGY of first year. The students are requested to check the correctness of the question paper before they start writing the examination. The candidates appearing for the first time should write with NEW syllabus only.
- Criminal cases will be registered against the candidates resorting to copying / malpractice / impersonation etc., and they will be debarred from the examinations.