Telangana intermediate exams 2017: Results for 1st and 2nd year declared, girls outshine boys

TS Intermediate results 2017: The candidates need to keep their roll number handy to view their inter results

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 19, 2017 3:46 pm
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TS Intermediate results 2017: The Board of Intermediate Education of Telangana (TS BIE) has announced the results of the first and second year examinations today on April 16, 2017 for both general and vocational courses. The Board had conducted the exam in March 2017. The candidates can download their score card from the official website – results.cgg.gov.in.

Telangana’s deputy chief minister Kadiyam Srihari, who also holds the portfolio of higher education, released the results. As per Hindustan Times, a total of 8,900,87 students appeared for the intermediate exam out of which 4,14,213 aspirants were from the second year. As many as 275,273 students, passed the second-year examination (accounting for 66.45 per cent).

Read | Telangana Intermediate exam 2017 results announced at cgg.results.gov.in, know how to check results

Among the first year students, 4,75,874 have appeared out of which 2,70,738 students passed the exam. The pass percentage stood at 57 per cent.

Also, from 2016 onwards, TSBIE is declaring the results of both first and second year on the same day.

Steps to check the TS 1st 2nd year results 2017

Visit the official website mentioned above

On the homepage, click on the relevant link

Enter your hall ticket number

Your result will be displayed

Take a print out for your future reference

The results of first and second year of Andhra Pradesh are already announced.

Last year, around 9.5 lakh candidates appeared for the examination. The pass percentage was 61.41 per cent with girls outperforming boys. The pass percentage of girls stood at 66.86 per cent while boys registered 55.91 per cent.

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