All about Telangana intermediate first, second year exam results
The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) announced the results of first and second year exams on Friday. Deputy CM Kadiyam Srihari, who is also responsible for higher education in the state, released the results. The exams were held between February 28 and March 19. Notably, the TSBIE was first conducted in 2014, after Telangana's separation from Andhra Pradesh. Read on for more.
How you can check your grades
-Go to bse.telangana.gov.in, TSBIE's official website. -From among these, click on the link relevant to you: 1st Year General Results, 1st Year Vocational Results, 2nd Year General Results, and 2nd Year Vocational Results. -Enter your roll number and other details as asked. -Click on submit. -Download the result. Take a print out for future reference. -You can also check your score on results.cgg.gov.in.
Girls outshine boys
About 9.63 lakh students took the first and second year examinations this year, reported Times of India. The pass percentages for first and second years were 62.35 and 67.25 respectively. Girls have outperformed boys once again. Among first-year students, the pass percentage was 69 for girls and 55.66 for boys. Meanwhile, for second year, it was 73.25 for girls and 61 for boys.
Supplementary exams to be held from May 14
College principals would receive the memorandum of marks by April 18, reported Hindustan Times. Students must apply for recounting before April 20 at Rs. 100 per subject. Those who want their answer sheets verified again along with scanned copies need to pay Rs. 600 per subject. Supplementary exams will be held from May 14. Interested students can pay the requisite fee before April 20.
Government institutes perform better than private colleges
Medchal and Komaram Bheem districts recorded the highest pass percentage of 77. Mahbubabad performed the worst with pass percentage of 40. State-run institutions scored better than private junior colleges. The tribal welfare residential educational society colleges got a pass percentage of 87, social welfare residential colleges 86, general residential junior colleges 84. However, private junior colleges scored a pass percentage of only 69.