AP Students Pass In EAMCET But Fail In Inter
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The AP EAMCET results have created a controversy for all good reasons. Shocking everyone, over 11,000 students who have qualified in the competitive exam have failed in their intermediate examinations. The recent development not only comes a shock to the thousands of parents and students but also a slapstick to the kind of education system we are implementing in our society.
8,569 students in Engineering, and 2,668 students in Agriculture & Medical segments have failed in their Intermediate Examinations. Reacting on this, the AP Education Department stated that, only after these students write their supplementary examinations, and pass, their EAMCET ranks would be awarded.
The latest observation has once again exposed that, you don’t even need to pass your Intermediate to qualify in EAMCET. ‘Objective Questioning Pattern demands skills, and speed. If you are thorough with the formulae, and have decent knowledge about the subject, you can qualify in EAMCET. That is not the case with Intermediate.
You should be through will the theoretical and numerical problems to pass the exams. The government should disqualify all those who have failed in Intermediate, and qualified in EAMCET’, said educationists, condemning the ‘Objective Questioning Pattern’.