“Intermediate” exams should be written without any pressure on the students

RSD_District collector suggestions to Intermediate students

District Collector Anurag Jayanthi advised the students to write the inter exams without any pressure. The district collector said that if fear is lef victory will be achieved.

3,941 students of the first year and 4497 students of the second year will appear for these exams in the background of which exams will be held from March 15th to April 4th 2023 in the district.

On this occasion, the district collector issued a statement on 14.03.2023 with the intention of alleviating the fear of the exams for the intermediate students.

He said that if you like to study, you will pass all the exams. They want to develop self-confidence by increasing comprehensive understanding of all things. It is advised not to undergo any physical and mental stress during the examination.

If you set a goal in life, you can easily overcome all obstacles. Time management is crucial in life. Students are advised not to use mobile phones and TVs and stay away from social media until the end of the exams. He told them not to get discouraged and take the exams peacefully.

Similarly, if the students who are worried about the exam call Telemedicine number 14416, psychologists will provide advice and counseling to remove the mental problem and make them ti attend the exams without any fear or anxiety.

Students of the district are advised to call the control room number 9533896887 if they have any doubts.

Students appearing for intermediate exams who have not received their hall tickets can collect their hall tickets within two days http:// tsbie.cgg.gov.in

The district collector said that one can download directly from the website and appear for the exam.