Telangana TS Inter result 2020: The State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE), Telangana announced the result of intermediate first and second-year examination on Thursday, June 18. The pass percentage for TS inter result has seen a decline from last year. For the first year, 60.01% of students passed this year against 66 per cent last year. Even as the result of TS inter the second year is comparatively better than the first year, it still is worse than last year. For TS Inter second year 68.8 per cent of students cleared the exam. This is a drop of two percent from last year’s 70.8 per cent.
The students can check the results through the official websites- tsbie.cgg.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in. The TSBIE will host results on an alternative website – manabadi.co.in. Students can also check their result at indianexpress.com. In order to check the results at our portal, a student must first get him/her registered.
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A total of 9.65 lakh students appeared in the intermediate exam this year. TSBIE conducted the last intermediate papers of Geography Paper- II, Modern Language- Paper II on May 18, which was postponed from scheduled March 23 due to lockdown.
Meanwhile, the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) has also released the dates for the advanced supplementary examinations. The inter exam will be held from July 11 to 18. First-year papers will be held from 9 am to 12 noon and the second-year papers will be held from 2.30 to 5.30 pm on the same day. The practical exams will be held from July 1 to 4 in two sessions.
To clear the TSBIE exams, the students need to secure at least 35 per cent marks in each subject and aggregate. A total of 58.2 per cent students cleared the intermediate exam last year. The results were marred by controversies as several students had claimed their lives too alleging that they failed the exam.
Meanwhile, the government decided not to conduct the pending SSC examination this year, and the students will be promoted on the basis of internal assessment marks. According to the board, the result consists of an internal assessment marks of 20 per cent, but this year, it would be scaled up to 100 per cent.