Aarathi, clerk, to write TOSS Intermediate
Aarathi came to us on a clear Saturday morning. She had completed her SSC on March 2006 in first class from ZPP Secondary School, Narayangiri. And she came to us for advice on applying to and writing the TOSS Intermediate examination.
‘Good morning, Aarathi’, we said.
‘Good morning sir, I want to apply for my TOSS Intermediate examination’, she said. ‘I had to drop out of my regular Intermediate course because I got married and I had to take care of my family’.
‘Alright, are you working presently?’, we asked.
‘Yes sir, I am working for a private firm as a clerk. I have received an opportunity for promotion at work but since I have not completed Intermediate, it has been put on hold’, she said.
‘How much time do you have to write your Intermediate?’, we asked.
‘Sir, my company has given me 1 year to clear to my Intermediate exams’, she said.
‘What are your future goals?’ we asked.
‘I plan to complete my B.Com sir’, she replied.
‘For B.Com we would suggest choosing the CEC subject stream. This includes; Civics, Economics, Commerce along with two languages of your choice’, we said.
‘I will choose Telugu and English sir’, she said.
Settling on 5 subjects, we moved on to the requirements to apply for the TOSS Intermediate exams.
Requirements for Telangana Open School Intermediate exams
We explained to her that she would require her SSC (10th) certificate and Aadhar card for admission to Telangana Open School Intermediate exams. We also spoke to her about choosing a convenient study centre and Tutor Marked Assignments (TMA’s).
‘You have to physically submit 3 Tutor Marked Assignments to the study centre’, we explained.
We linked her to our website for the study materials required for her to pass the TOSS Intermediate exams.
Application to the TOSS Intermediate exams
Aarathi has applied for the Telugu medium TOSS Intermediate exams from a study centre in Warasiguda.
We wish her all the best!