TS Inter Result 2019: After several rounds of postponement and contradictory media reports, the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education finally declareD the much-awaited 1st and 2nd-year intermediate results on 18 April on the board’s official website bie.telangana.gov.in. The results are now available on results.cgg.gov.in and manabadi.com. Several media reports had earlier said that the results may be out on 14 April.
The board’s own website said that the results were about to be announced at 5 pm today. It said, “Results will be declared on 18-04-2019 after 5:00 P.M as per the press release issued by TSBIE,Government of Telangana.”
Last year, the TS Inter Results for both first and second year were released on 14 April.
Exams for Class 12 students were held between 27 February and 18 March this year. As per media reports, around nine lakh students had taken part in the exam with nearly 4.7 lakh students registering themselves for general and 29,000 for the vocational exams for the second year (Class 12) exam alone.
According to the board’s website, this year’s results will comprise of 1st Year General, 1st Year Vocational, 2nd Year General General and 2nd Year Vocational Results.
Follow these steps to check your results online:
3: Enter your name, roll number and other required details in the respected fields.
4: Click on ‘Submit’
5: Your results will appear on the screen.
About Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education
According to the official website, the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education promotes the vision of world-class education in Telangana through quality leadership, support, and services. It aims at continuous improvement of education in the State.
The TSBIE regulates and supervises the system of Intermediate education. It executes and governs various activities that include devising of courses of study, prescribing syllabus, conducting examinations, granting affiliations to colleges and, providing direction, support and leadership for all educational institutions under its jurisdiction.
The Intermediate Public Examination is being conducted since 1978-79 both at the end of 1st year course and at the end of 2nd year course. Earlier the Public Examination was only at the end of 2nd year. The candidates are examined in Part-I English, Part-II Second Language and Part-III Group subjects for 500 marks in 1st year and 500 marks in 2nd year in Arts Group, and 470 marks in 1st year and 530 marks in 2nd year in MPC group, and 440 marks in 1st year and 560 Marks in 2nd year for the Bi.P.C. group. The percentage of pass marks in each paper is 35. The division in which the candidates are placed is decided on the basis of their passing all the papers in the 1st year and in the 2nd year.