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Telangana Inter results 2019: How to check percentage?

TS Telangana Board Inter Results 2019 Date and Time: Board of Intermediate Education Telangana Inter result will be announced at the official websites, bie.teangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in, examresult.net and manabadi.co.in, manabadi.com and state government's app T App Folio.

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TS Telangana Board Inter results 2019 date: TS inter result 2019 to be declared at bie.telangana.gov.in (Representational image)

TS Telangana Board Inter Results 2019 date: The first and second-year exam result for the intermediate exams conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education Telangana (TSBIE) has been released on April 18 (Thursday), 2019 at 5 pm. Secretary, Higher Education, B. Janardhan Reddy, has released the results. This year, there is a slight decrease in the pass percentage in both first year and second year compared to the last two years. In the second year, the pass percent has declined by nearly 3 and in the first year by around 2.

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This year, the number of girls appeared was higher than boys. In the first year, about 2,09,982 girl candidates appeared for the examination of which 1,38,704 cleared it. They have registered a pass percentage of 66. However, among boys, a total of 1,99,151 appeared for the examinations while only 1,08,703 passed with a pass percentage of 55.

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In the second year exams too, as many as 1,98,430 girls appeared of whom 1,40,549 cleared the exams with a pass percentage of 70.8 per cent. Among the boys, this year,  a total of 1,84,104 appeared for the intermediate exams and 1,07,206 passed registering a pass percentage of 58.2 per cent.

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TS Telangana Inter result: Where to check

The result will be available at the above mentioned official websites accessible through any web or mobile browser. Students can download their scorecards from the official websites, bie.telangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in, examresults.net and manabadi.com. Apart from the websites, candidates can also check their score at the state government’s mobile application – ‘T App Folio’.

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TS Intermediate result 2019: App

The state government will also host the result on the government app – ‘T App Folio’. Students can fill their respective roll number and can receive their result in the form of an alert as and when declared.

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Last year, the pass percentage in the first year inter exams was 62.35 per cent, while in the second year it was 67.25 per cent. The girls had performed better than boys with 73.2 per cent while boys were 61 per cent.

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TS Telangana Inter result: Passing criteria

To clear the exams students need to secure at least 35 per cent marks in each subject and aggregate.

This is exactly a month after the exams were concluded on March 18, 2019. The TSBIE last year as well declared the results a month after the IPE exams concluded.

Last year, about 70 per cent students cleared the exam while 69 per cent passed in private colleges. Similarly, among the schools, tribal welfare colleges registered 87 per cent, social welfare (86 per cent), residential junior colleges (81 per cent), Model Schools (68 per cent) and Aided colleges (55 per cent).