TS Telangana SSC results 2019 date and time: The results for the Telangana Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) class 10 or secondary school certificate (SSC) exams have been announced on May 13. The examination was conducted from March 22 to April 3, 2019. Students who had appeared in the exams can check their results through the official websites – bie.telangana.gov.in, manabadi.com, examresults.net, indiaresults.com, results.cgg.gov.in, vidyatoday.in, examresults.net, vidyavision.com, indiaresults.com, schools9.com, and results.shiksha.
Jagtial district tops with 99.73%
Sidipeta – 92.33
Karimnagar – 98.3%
Last is Hyderabad
Candidates who appeared for the exam can check their results from the official websites — bse.telangana.gov.in, manabadi.com, examresults.net, indiaresults.com, results.cgg.gov.in, vidyatoday.in, examresults.net, vidyavision.com, indiaresults.com, schools9.com, and results.shiksha.
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.
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Step 1: Visit the official website – bse.telangana.gov.in and cgg.gov.in
Step 2: Under the results section, click on SSC 2019 results
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using roll number and other details
Step 5: Results will be appear
Students can take a print out of their result for further reference. Top six subjects are added (for a total score of 600) upon which the Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated. There will be no reevaluation of papers, but students can apply for recounting or re-verification, according to the rules.
Meanwhile, the Telangana Board has recently said the re-verification committee constituted to re-verify the answer scripts of students, who committed or attempted suicide, stated that a total of 53 answer-scripts of failed students who committed or attempted suicide were re-verified by the selected regular lecturers of respective subjects.
It was observed there was no remarkable change in the result of the students after re-verifying. Failed subjects, remained failed after re-verification too, the board said. On analysis, it was found that out of 25, 10 have failed in one subject, 12 students have failed in more than one subject, while three despite passing the examination had committed suicide, it said.