TS Inter Supplementary Results 2019: Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education has released the 1st year TS Inter Supplementary results today on the board’s official websites bse.telangana.gov.in and results.cgg.gov.in. Candidates can also check their results on manabadi.com, a private portal that hosts Andhra Pradesh and Telangana results.
The TS Intermediate examination 2019 was held on 25. This year’s TS Inter results were released on 18 April. However, the announcement caused a huge controversy since more than three lakh students found their names under the list of those having failed the exams. This was later attributed to technical glitches. The board decided to give students a revaluation only after the Telangana High Court ordered it to do so.
To clear the Telangana TS Inter Supplementary Results 2019, students need to secure 35 per cent marks in part-I English, part-II second language and group subjects for 500 marks in the first year.
How to check your TS Inter Supply Result 2019
Step 2- Click on ‘Results’
Step 3- Click on the SSC board result link.
Step 4- Enter the required details to access your SSC scores like roll number, name, date of birth, in the space given there on the page.
Step 5- Click on the ‘submit’ button. A new page will appear.
Step 6- Check your score.
Step 7- Download and take the print out of TS SSC Class 10 result for future reference.
About Telangana Inter Board
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 the 1st year course and at the end of the 2nd year course. Earlier the Public Examination was only at the end of the 2nd year. The candidates are examined in Part-I English, Part-II Second Language and Part-III Group subjects for 500 marks in the 1st year and 500 marks in 2nd year in the Arts Group, and 470 marks in the 1st year and 530 marks in the 2nd year in MPC group, and 440 marks in the 1st year and 560 Marks in the 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 in all the papers in the 1st year and in the 2nd year.