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Students, parents worried

Intermediate students suffer from peer pressure and pressure from colleges throughout their two-year term. Adding to it now is the dilemma over the English subject examination to be held on March 10 – the date on which the Telangana JAC has called for a million march in Hyderabad. Students and their parents in twin cities and Telangana districts are obviously worried with the government stating that it will not postpone the examination and the JAC too sticking to its decision. While students and parents are made to suffer for no fault of theirs, political parties, JACs and the government want to use the opportunity to outwit the rivals and gain some political mileage. Everyone wants to show others as the villains than driving away the dilemma of students.

R. RAVIKANTH REDDY

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