In order to take control of the Intermediate examinations in the state, the Telangana government has decided to create Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) with Higher Education Minister being its Chairman and the Secretary of Higher Education to be its vice Chairman. The government has made its intentions clear that it wants to branch out from the institutionalized framework prevailed earlier and is willing to initiate its own board under which the students of the state would undergo their intermediate studies. Shailaja Ramaiyer who is currently the Managing Director of Handicrafts Development Corporation would be the secretary of Board of Intermediate Education (BIE).
The secretary of TSBIE has also been issued orders by the government to conduct Intermediate Public examinations in March 2015 through TSBIE with taking help from the staff members who are from the still undivided Board of Intermediate Education in the state. Apart from the nominated members that include Vice-chancellors of various universities and Principals of various governments and aided junior colleges there would be 10 officials from various departments in TSBIE which would be linked with the educational activities in the board. There would be subject experts as well who would be included as members in the board.
In order to carry forward the Intermediate Public Examinations immediately, the government has appointed former BIE secretary, M. Veerabhadraiah, as legal consultant who would assist the secretary in legal matters. The former Controller of Examinations, BIE, Mr. Mukthdhar has also been appointed by the government to assist the newly formed TSBIE.
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