Bebi would carry her textbooks to work and study during breaks and revise grammar, mathematics and other subjects with her son, while cooking meals for the family.
During the process, SSC Board authorities found that marks of 3,075 students from Prakasam district were not uploaded.
Clearing the air over SSC examinations, Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh on Wednesday said the tests will be conducted as per schedule from July 10.
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The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board examinations will be held from July 10 to 15, Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh said on Thursday.
The district administration has been making all arrangements to conduct the SSC examination, which was postponed owing to the lockdown.
Each student would be seated per bench in a zig zag manner while maintaining a distance of one metre. “We have ensured the availability of furniture for all the 69,737 candidates.
The SSC examinations, which were already postponed and were to be held from March 31 to April 6, have been further postponed as the lockdown in Telangana has been extended up to April 14.
The last date to apply for EAMCET has been extended till April 5 from March 29, the dates for ICET and ECET have been extended till April 9 from April 2.
The State government is likely to postpone SSC examinations scheduled to be held from March 24 as it will clash with local body polls.
Javadekar said that those behind the CBSE paper leak will not be spared and an internal inquiry besides the police investigation is also on to find out the source of the leak.