Hyderabad: The Telangana JAC Chairman, Prof Kodanda Ram on Friday alleged that the Corporate Colleges have influenced the State Government to take a decision to hold the Intermediate examination as per the schedule announced earlier.
Speaking at a media conference in T JAC Office, Prof Kodanda Ram said that generally, the annual examinations of Intermediate would be conducted in middle of March every year. But from the last academic year, the Government colluded with the corporate collages and holding Intermediate exams from March 7. The main motive behind the Government’s action was to benefit the managements of private colleges, he charged.
He also reiterated the demand for postponement of Intermediate exams keeping in view Million March by Telangana groups proposed on March 10. He made a call to the Telangana people to participate in Million March in large number and make it a grand success. He also underlined the need for unity of Telangana people to mount pressure on the Centre on formation of separate Telangana State.
The T JAC Chairman informed that on March 5, rallies would be conducted in Hyderabad and Dharns would be held at Necklace Road and Tank Bund.
He strongly criticized the Government for its propaganda saying that the acts of Telangana organizations were ruining the futures of the students. He requested the State Government to postpone the Intermediate examinations for the benefit of the students. He pointed out that the T JAC was not asking for complete cancellation of the examinations.
Reminding that there was sufficient time for IIT and EAMCT exam, Prof Kodanda Ram suggested to the Government to hold Intermediate annual examinations form March 15 instead of March 7. (NSS)