Important Instructions & Guidelines for TS SSC 2022 Public Exams

Important Instructions & Guidelines for TS SSC: The Director of Government Examination Board, Govt. of Telangana has issued important instructions to all the Head of the High Schools/HMs for the preparation of Nominal Rolls and OMR cum ICR forms and submission of the same to the District Educational Officers concerned for onward submission to the Office of the DGE, T.S., Hyderabad.

01. The Candidate should be advised to appear for the correct combination of subjects and for this purpose the school should furnish correct Paper codes under 1st Language, 2nd Language and 3rd Language subjects as per the Three Language Formula.

02. All Regular candidates who appear for SSC Public Examinations, March 2020 have to follow first languages TELUGU, HINDI, URDU, TAMIL, KANNADA, MARATHI in NEW PATTERN of Question Paper.

03. i) Text Books with New syllabus is introduced and being taught from previous Academic year i.e.2014-15. The new syllabus is being taught for Non-Languages also. Third Language English will be the same for candidates of all media including English medium. The code will be 13E for 1st paper and 14E for 2nd paper.

ii) All the once failed candidates were allowed to appear for the Exams with the old syllabus for Two (02) Exams i.e. March-2015 and June-2015. Now they have to follow the new syllabus only.

Important Instructions & Guidelines for TS SSC

04. Candidates shall complete 14 years of age as on 31-08-2015; in other words, they must have been born on or before 31-08-2001.

05. The names of under-aged candidates shall not be included in the Manuscript Nominal Rolls unless condonation orders from the competent authority are obtained and enclosed. The fees for obtaining orders of condonation of age is Rs.300/-.The competent authorities for issuing orders condoning the age are as follows:

(i) The DEO of the district concerned is the competent authority to condone the shortage of age up to 1 ½ year as per rules in vogue i.e for students of Private & Municipal Schools.

(ii) Above 1 ½ year and up to 2 years, the Director of Government Examinations, Telangana., Hyderabad is the competent authority to condone the shortage of age in respect of all Managements i.e., Government, Zilla Parishad, Municipal, Aided, Private, etc.

(iii) Regarding students of Government & Z. P High Schools the procedure prescribed in the G.O. Ms, No.40 Edn (Ser V) Dept: Dt:07-05-2002 and Govt. Memo No.17120/Exams/2004. Edn (SE Exams) Dated:08-06-2006 shall be followed.

06. No age relaxation shall be given above 2 years and as such no such applications should be accepted and forwarded to the office of the Director of Government Examinations, Telangana, Hyderabad as per Govt.Memo.No.17120/Exams/2004, Dt:08-06-2006.

07. i) Hearing-impaired (Deaf and Dumb) candidates are exempted from appearing 2 language subjects out of 3 language subjects prescribed. However such candidates should get prior permission of the Director of Government Examinations, Telangana, Hyderabad before remitting the examination fee. Copy of the permission letter shall be enclosed to MNR, and particulars of the exemption orders should clearly be noted against the name of the candidates in the remarks column.

Otherwise, the result of the candidates will be kept under-withheld.
ii) In pursuance of the Government orders contained in G.O.Ms.No.34, Dt:05-03-2004 the following concession be allowed to the students suffering from Dyslexia and appearing for SSC Public Examinations, March- 2004 onwards:

a) Exemption from writing 3rd Language (English).
b) Provision of scribe
c) Allowing additional time for one hour for each paper.
However such candidates should get prior permission of the Director of Government Examinations, Telangana, Hyderabad before remitting the examination fee

08. Visually impaired (Blind) and ortho physically handicapped candidates shall appear for all 6 (Six) subjects. No exemption is given to them.
Note: All Physically Handicapped candidates shall produce a Xerox copy of Medical certificate duly attested by the concerned Headmaster along with the original Medical certificate.

09. All private recognized High Schools forwarding regular candidates shall invariably enclose the copies of the latest Recognition orders to the MNR. If the school is newly permitted to open X class during 2017, they should enclose a copy of the opening permission orders issued by the competent authority (Regional Joint Director of School Education) duly attested by the Deputy Educational Officer concerned.

10. Mere submission of proposals for opening permission during 2017 will not give any right to the management to present the students as regular candidates. In this aspect, in the earlier examinations, certain DEOs have forwarded OMR cum ICR forms / MNR of such schools along with “Under Process certificate” (self-issued) which is irregular. Hence the DEO shall not accept MNRs, OMR cum ICR forms and fees challans from the schools who do not have the permission to open X class. They will be held responsible for any such deviations.

11. In case of new schools which are permitted to open X class and presenting regular candidates for the first time during the academic year, 2017 shall submit recognition proposals to the RJDSE through DEO within two months from the date of receipt of the same, otherwise, the candidates will be treated as private candidates. In all these cases they must enclose orders issued by the competent authority permitting to open x class during 2017. Schools that were permitted to open X class during 2014-2015 must and should enclose recognition orders obtained from the competent authority.

12. Forwarding schools have to maintain a Record /Register containing the particulars of the candidates presented for the S.S.C Examinations till he/she passes the Examinations, duly noting the marks secured by them at every sitting along with the Roll Number, Month and Year of Examination, a Serial number of the certificate / failed memorandum, etc., and should be able to produce before the Director of Government Examinations as and when asked for. The Head of the institution will be solely made responsible for not-maintaining such Register/Record. Photo of the candidate should also be affixed in concerned page of the Register.

13. 1. While preparing the MNRs & OMR cum ICRs Headmaster of the school concerned should write area code of that school i.e., URBAN / RURAL in consultation with Mandal Revenue Officer concerned & DISE information submitted to C & DSE.
2. He / She is responsible for future complications in connection with admissions in the IIIT course of Telangana State.

14. The OMR cum ICR applications of the candidates who were involved in malpractice earlier should not be forwarded without a permission letter from this office. As such, the Heads of Schools are strictly informed to exercise more care and vigil over such occurrences and not to give scope for any such lapses, since it attracts punishment as per “THE PREVENTION OF MALPRACTICES ACT 25 OF 1997.

If any Headmaster sponsors any private candidate without a school study or any candidate of unrecognized school as their regular candidates, the Headmaster and the correspondent will be prosecuted in addition to initiating disciplinary action and collection of foregone income to the Government from the Headmaster concerned. In addition to heavy penalties as decided by the DGE, the Recognition of such school will be withdrawn.

15. The English medium students, in case they opt for Telugu as 1st Language should opt only Hindi as a second Language and they shall not opt or choose Special English as 2nd Language under any circumstances as Special English under Second Language is dispensed already. Only 09H and 09T are available under Second Language and no other Language is admissible under Second Language.

16. It is known through discrete enquiry that some of the Headmasters / Correspondents of recognized high schools are paying the examination fee in time even before the candidates approach them without mentioning the names on the reverse side of the challan and collecting more money when the students approach them after due dates prescribed, this is highly irregular and punishable.

If the same thing is noticed this year, severe disciplinary action will be taken against the Headmaster concerned, declaring him unfit to be Headmaster for any secondary school as per APER and the MNR & OMR cum ICRs will not be accepted. The Headmaster/Correspondent will have to face any legal complications that may arise from the students and parents.

17. No Headmaster shall take fees from the students unless they submit OMR cum ICR forms duly filled in all aspects including affixing Photo, Signature, etc., All the Heads / Headmasters of the institutions are requested to follow the above instructions scrupulously and furnish the M.N.R. along with ICR forms and challan in which examination fee was remitted to the concerned District Educational Officer’s as per the schedule notified.

18. The previous pattern of Eleven Papers with Six subjects will be continued. All the subjects i.e., 1st Language, 3rd Language, Mathematics, General Science, Social Studies except 2nd Language Hindi/Telugu will have 2 Papers. In the case of 2nd Language, there will be one Paper only.
19. Exams are conducted for 100 marks in all the subjects i.e., 80 marks for the summative test (Board Exam) and 20 marks for the formative tests (internal exams or School-based exam).

20. Pass marks for all the subjects including 2nd Language i.e., Hindi/Telugu is 35. That means candidates shall secure 35 marks in each subject both Summative and Formative marks put together. However, the candidates should secure a minimum of 28 marks in the Board Exam to declare them as passed.

21. Prescribing pass marks in the internal Examinations and in each paper of External Exams (Board Exams) is dispensed with Marks Secured by the Candidates in internal Exams shall only be carried out till the Students pass the Examination.

22. The existing facility of students appearing for SSC Public Examinations without Regular School Study is dispensed with. Such students may appear for Class X through other alternative systems like the National or State Open Schools System. This is a major policy decision and the Headmasters of all the managements are requested to give wide publicity so that students of Without School Study would enroll themselves in Open Schools to appear the SSC Exams. Otherwise, they will lose the opportunity of writing the exams. Specially,

23. All the composite courses offered under group B of 1st language are dispensed within view of the G.O. Ms. No.86 Education Department (SE-C&TBP) Dt:02-04-2003. Therefore the Headmasters of all Managements shall take note of this policy change and prepare the students for the courses/languages offered under group A of the existing scheme only.

That means the Headmasters should prepare the students for 01T, 02T, 01H 02H, 01U 02U, 01K 02K, 01M 02M, 01A 02A, etc and that too for 100 marks paper instead of preparing them for the composite course. Further, the Headmasters are informed to intimate the same to all the Parents in writing so that they too will become thoroughly conversant with dispensing of composite courses.

24. Similarly, codes like special English 11E, 09U, etc, offered under 2nd language are also dispensed with. Now the students of Outside State / Country, will have to write compulsorily either 09T or 09H depending upon their choice of 1st language if they take admission in 6th class itself. In the case, if they take admission in formal schools of Telangana in classes like 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th they are exempted from writing 2nd language.

However such candidates should get prior permission from the DEO Concerned before remitting the examination fee. Copy of the permission letter shall be enclosed to MNR and Particulars of the exemption orders should be noted against the name of the Candidates in the remarks Colum. Others wise the result of the Candidates will keep under-withheld.

25. OSSC Scheme:- At present OSSC Students are writing Telugu / Urdu (03T / 03U) as First Language for 80 marks and these are raised to 100 mechanically. As per the revised rules students shall write 1st language Telugu 01T, 02T, Urdu 01U, 02U, etc., for 100 marks instead of 80 marks.

The 100 marks will be for both summative and formative i.e 80 marks for summative and 20 marks for formative evaluation. Similarly, there are three Oriental Subjects i.e Sanskrit, Arabic, and Persian for 200 each and examination conducted in 2 papers @ 100 marks per paper. The 100 marks will be distributed across summative and formative evaluation i.e 80 marks for summative and 20 marks for formative evaluation under each paper.

26. The Managements of Private Schools should be very careful and they should get the opening permissions, up to date recognitions, Additional Sections Permission, etc., (if any), otherwise their students will lose one complete academic year and they will be personally held responsible for any such deviations.


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