Suicides Not Due to Bungling of Exam Results: TSBIE
The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) on Sunday asserted that the suicides of students were not because of the mistakes in the production of results.
The Board has completed an exhaustive examination of the contents of students who have ended it all and discovered that none of the suicides were connected to the mistake in the distribution of results, it said.
"As of late, a few papers have composed that the suicides of students are because of a blunder in the production of results. This is uncalled for as there is no reality in this claim," the Board said in an official statement on Sunday.
The disappointment is absolutely based on students' poor scholastic execution in the examination in a couple of subjects, it said. The Board got every one of the contents of suicide hopefuls and got it reverified by the subject specialists by framing a council and checked for any blunders either in esteeming of the appropriate response contents, posting of imprints, and so forth.
In every one of the cases, the Board found that there were no significant blunders which would change the characteristics of the understudy from neglect to pass.
The re-check Committee established to reverify the appropriate response contents of students who submitted/endeavored suicide expresses that, "An aggregate of 53 answer contents of fizzled students who submitted/endeavored suicide were reverified by the chosen customary instructors of separate subjects.
It was seen that there was no noteworthy change in the aftereffect of the students in the wake of reverifying. Failed in subjects, remained bombed after re-confirmation, as well."
On investigation it was discovered that out of 25, 10 had failed in one subject, 12 students had bombed in more than one subject, 3 in spite of passing the examination had ended it all.
In all out 22 had ended it all and 3 endeavored to end it all. In a curious case, an understudy had ended it all even subsequent to scoring around 85 percent and getting "A" grade.
In one case an understudy ended it all subsequent to composing third paper imagining that she would come up short while actually, she had gone in every one of the subjects which she had endeavored.
In this way, the Board felt that top to the bottom investigation into these cases ought to be finished by a specialist advisory group and steps would be taken dependent on the report to keep away from future instances of suicide.
"Numerous papers have additionally announced that because of blunders, a large number of students have failed according to the scorecard. None of the students have bombed because of blunder as mistakes were corrected following the statement of the outcome.
This direct needs to be cleared up as there is no real deviation in pass rate contrasted with earlier years. In 2017 it was 61.34%, in 2018 was 64.73% and in 2019 it is 62.29%," the Board said.
The three-man advisory group which additionally investigated the issue expresses that "No noteworthy variety has been seen in the pass level of 2019 when contrasted and the most recent two years.
Further, the advisory group noticed that there have been blunders found in the outcomes because of lacking improvement, availability, and testing of the application suite.
In any case, its greatness, scale and nature don't vitiate the outcomes all in all."
While the Board communicated profound lament over the suicides and recognized it is an unsalvageable misfortune to the guardians, it illuminated that suicides submitted by the students have no connection to botches because of specialized and result preparing mistakes.