Board of Intermediate Education is the concerned higher secondary education board in the State of Andhra Pradesh (AP). Andhra Pradesh is among the very few States to welcome common medical entrance test proposed by MCI.
The state is worst hit with issues related to Telangana. Political instability is also the greatest concern after the death of ex-chief minister Y.S Rajashekhar Reddy who passed away in a tragic helicopter crash couple of years ago.
As per reports, Board of Intermediate Education is gearing up for a syllabus make over for intermediate courses. The State will be adopting syllabus similar to NCERT and major changes will be for Zoology & Biology Subjects. A meeting with medical college professors and experts in the medical field will be held before Board of Intermediate Education decides the syllabus. However the concern is with the pending decision of MCI with respect to NEET-UG, since the new syllabus has to coordinate with the syllabus of NEET-UG.
Teachers and experts believe that the sudden change in the syllabus for +2 students as unfair and a wrong decision in a wrong time. A petition has been submitted to MCI for holding NEET from 2014, the petition also claimed that the new syllabus for Intermediate students should be forced from 2012.
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Source: Times of India
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