Updated: June 29, 2021 10:49:16 am
Manabadi TS Inter Results 2021: The Telangana Education Minister PS Sabita Indra Reddy released the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) second-year result today. The students may check their results on the official website of TBSIE tsbie.cgg.gov.in
A total of 4,51585 students who paid the exam fees have passed. Of those who passed, 2,28,831 were boys and 2,28,754 were girls. As many as 1,76,719 students secured A grade, 1,04,886 got B grade, 61,887 students secured C grade and 1,08,088 students got D grade. The pass percentage has increased over the years. In 2018-29, the pass percentage was 59.37 per cent, which increased to 63.23 per cent in 2019-20. In 2021, the TS inter pass percentage has been a record 100 per cent.
In 2021, a total of 4,28,921 candidates had registered for TS inter second year under the general stream and 44,929 under the vocational stream. All the candidates have been declared pass.
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The intermediate annual exams for first-year and second-year students were to be held in May 2021. For the first year, the exams were to be held from May 1 to May 19, 2021, and for the second year, it was from May 2 to May 20, 2021. The practical exams for second-year general courses and first-year vocational and general courses were postponed due to the rise in COVID-19 cases. The decision was taken while keeping the health and safety of students in mind. The practical exams were scheduled to be held from May to June 2021.
About 9.65 lakh students had appeared for both TSBIE first and second-year exams in 2020. A total of 4,80,531 students appeared for the first year and 4,85,345 students for the second-year exam. The pass percentage in the year 2020 was 60.01 per cent for the first years and 68.86 per cent for the second years.
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