Telangana intermediate result 2019 date: The intermediate first year and second-year result 2019 will be declared on Friday, April 12. Some media reports claim that Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) will announce the result today. However, the TS intermediate results to release post-election in the state, according to officials.
Talking to the indianexpress.com, the official said, “We are at the last leg of preparing result, the board is likely to announce the results of intermediate first and second-year examinations by Friday, April 12, 2019.”
This year, over 9 lakh students appeared in the examination that was concluded on March 18, 2019. As per reports, approximately 4.7 lakh students registered for general and nearly 29,000 registered in vocational exams for the second year or class 12 exam alone.
Telangana intermediate 1st, 2nd year result: Where to check?
Candidates can check their results at the official websites, tsbie.cgg.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in, manabadi.com, schools9.com, examresults.net. Apart from the official websites, students can avail their results from the Telangana state government app- ‘T App Folio’.
How to check results via app
Students need to register their roll number on the result link which will soon be activated in the app- T App Folio. Result alert will be received on their mobile within five minutes from the declaration of results
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Telangana intermediate result 2019: Steps to check
Candidates need to visit the official website and click on the result link. Students need to get their roll number and password ready before checking the result on websites. One can also register oneself on the government app ‘T App Folio’ using roll number and result related updates will reach the candidates.
Telangana intermediate result 2019: Passing marks
To be considered pass, students need to score a minimum of 35 per cent in each subject and 28 marks out of 80 in theory. The marks scored out of 80 will then be added to the 20 marks of formative assessment.
The result will be announced in grade points or CGPA. The CGPA will be distributed from 3 to 10. Those who secured 0 to 34 marks will get 3-grade points (GP) and likewise, for the highest GP candidates need to score between 91-100.