Rajeshwar, 33 years old, to write TOSS Intermediate
Rajeshwar the jeweler
‘Hello, good morning, sirs’, Rajeshwar said.
‘Good morning Rajeshwar’, we said. ‘Please take a seat’.
After Rajeshwar sat down, we asked him what his goals were. He stated that he wanted to do his Intermediate from the Telangana Open School Society Board. He had stopped studying after his SSC due to his family pressuring him to join and help run the family business.
‘What business does your family run?’, we asked.
‘Sir we own a jewelry shop’, he said.
‘Oh, it must be a very lucrative business?’, we asked.
‘Yes sir, the business is good, but I personally feel incomplete without having at least a degree. I have been to Bellary (Karnataka) for six months to learn all about goldsmithing, but, it isn’t like an official degree’, he said
‘So what are your long term goals?’, we asked.
‘My long term goal is to complete my MBA. Maybe one day I will convert my shop into a big chain like Krishnaiah Chetty & Sons’, he said.
Documents required for the TOSS Intermediate exams
We told him that he would require the following documents for application to the Telangana Open School Society Intermediate exams; SSC Certificate from any recognized board, Aadhar card and optionally a caste certificate. We also explained that he would have to choose a study centre. And he would have to submit 3 Teacher Marked Assignments (TMA’s) to the study centre to obtain the hall ticket for the TOSS Intermediate exam.
‘So I will have to submit homework!’, he exclaimed.
‘Yes, it is like homework’, we said.
‘Where can I apply?’, he asked.
‘You can apply at the TOSS official website – www.telanganaopenschool.org‘, we said.
A link to the study materials for TOSS Intermediate exams
We told him that the TOSS Intermediate exams are usually held on March/April months. Linking him to our website for carefully sorted study materials we wished him the best of luck with the examinations.
Smiling, he said, ‘Thank you very much, you have cleared my doubts about the TOSS Intermediate exams. I will inform you when I apply and pass.’
Thanking him for approaching us we bid him farewell.