Updated: July 23, 2021 5:56:48 pm
Manabadi AP Inter 2nd Year Results 2021: The Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education (BIEAP) declared the 2nd year result 2021 or class 12 results today at 4 pm. The Andhra Pradesh Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh announced that they will conduct re-exam will be held once situation improves.
Students can check their results at the official website bie.ap.gov.in where the result links were activated immediately after the scores were released. Apart from the official websites, students can also download their result at official websites- results.cgg.gov.in, examresults.net, examsresults.ap.nic.in, results.bie.ap.gov.in and bie.ap.gov.in.
BIEAP 2nd year result 2021: How to check
Step 1: Visit the official website bie.ap.gov.in
Step 2: Log in with your roll number
Step 3: Marksheet will appear on the screen
Step 3: Download and get a printout of the scores.
The Andhra Pradesh government has also announced the evaluation criteria for class 10 students who were declared to have passed in 2020 and 2021, as final examinations could not be conducted due to the coronavirus outbreak. While 70 per cent weightage would be given to slip tests, 30 per cent would be for formative assessment for awarding the final marks. Grades would be awarded as per the marks.
The BIEAP had cancelled the 2nd year or class 12 examinations after pressure came in from the Supreme Court. The tentative date given by the government was last week of July and it also stated that there is no reliable alternative method to assess students. It was later forced to cancel the inter 2nd year exams. Education Minister A Suresh said that the decision behind the cancelation was the difficulty to adhere to July 31 deadline set by the Supreme Court to complete the assessment process.
A special assessment scheme was then pushed out in which bits of class 10 and class 11 scores were taken into account.
In 2020, the pass percentage of class 12 results was at 63 percent, less than 2019 when Andhra Pradesh class 12 results were at 72 percent.
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