TS Inter 1st, 2nd Year Results 2020 Manabadi: After a long wait, over 9.65 lakh students in Telangana today got their results. The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) declared the result at the official websites — tsbie.cgg.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in, and manabadi.com on June 18. This year, the pass percentage has witnessed a minor increase with the first year scoring 60.01 per cent, which is not even one per cent increase from the previous year’s 59.77 per cent. Meanwhile, 68.86 is the pass percentage of the second year, which is nearly three per cent higher than last year’s 65.01 per cent.
For Inter second-year students this is the best pass percentage in past five years. Further, this year, most of the students have passed with an A grade – 1.64 lakh in TS first year and 1.67 lakh in TS second year got more than 75 per cent marks or A grade.
Medchal district has hit the hattrick and has emerged as the best district for the third consecutive year. For Medchal, 75 per cent of students cleared the class 12 result, and 76 per cent from the area cleared the class 11 exam.
Girls have outperformed boys yet again in overall result. In Medchal district too, girls have performed better than boys. Girls from Medchal had scored 82% pass percentage and boys at 69% in class 12 and in class 11, 70% of boys and 82% of girls passed from the region.
Every year, the results were declared in April, however, this year, the delay has been caused due to the coronavirus pandemic. A total of 4,80,555 students registered for the first year while 4,11,651 candidates in the second year. Keeping up with the tradition of the past three years, girls have outshone boys. In the TS Intermediate first year, as many as 67.47 per cent girls passed the exam whereas 52.31 per cent of boys who appeared could clear it. Similarly, in the second year too, girls scored a total of 75.15 per cent while boys are at 62.11 per cent.
As per the rules of the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE), students who have obtained 35 per cent marks will be declared qualified. The total percentage of students will be calculated based on scores obtained in five subjects or 500 marks. In exams having both practical and theory aspects, students need to clear both the sections separately. In such cases, students need to obtain 35 per cent marks in the 75 marks theory exam as well as 25 marks practical exam, as per the state board rules.
Students who fail in one or two exams will be eligible to appear for intermediate supplementary exams. After the declaration of the result, the board will release the dates of supplementary exams. To pass these exams, candidates again need to obtain 35 per cent marks.
In case a student believes their marks are not as high as they had expected, they can apply for re-evaluation. This facility is available for students who have or have not passed the exam. The board announces the dates to apply for revaluation right after the declaration of the result. Candidates need to fill a form on the website. They will also have to pay a fee, details of which will be available later.
Meanwhile, this year, the board has taken the services of clinical psychologists to help students overcome any stress or anxiety. The board has come up with a list of numbers of doctors who are available from 9 am to 9 pm.
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