Let us look at some of the important updates of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Board’s intermediate 1st year results.
What is the Intermediate Public examination?
The intermediate public examination is another name given to higher secondary examination, more specifically by some states like Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Telangana, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh. The intermediate public examination has been conducted in India since circa 1978. One can sit for this exam at the end of the first year as well as the end of the second year. Earlier the students could only appear for the intermediate public examination at the end of the second year. The result of this public examination is presented in divisions (first division, second division, and third division.) The merit given on the basis of divisions is decided considering the student’s pass marking of all the papers for both the 1st year and the 2nd year and post the completion of two years.
All you need to know about the intermediate 1st year results
The Andhra Pradesh intermediate 1st year results are going to be announced soon. The information will be available on various online sites like – manabadi.com, schools9.com, indiaresults.com etc. The students who have appeared for this particular examination can find the intermediate 1st year results by keeping an eye on these particular online portals. The results will come in a particular format- the name of the candidate along with the marks obtained in the examination and in accordance to the name of the respective colleges of the candidates. The result declared is the final conglomerated result including all the intermediate courses offered, namely MPC (mathematics, physics, chemistry), BPC (biology, physics, chemistry), MBPC (mathematics, Biology, physics, chemistry), CEC (civics, economics, commerce) and HEC (history, economics, commerce). The result further is meant both for the regular as well as the vocational students. A very reliable online website to see the second year inter results would be bieap.gov.in. This is the official website of the examination board. The students can also download their respective result or mark sheet from this official website (bieap.gov.in).
Most recently, The Board of Intermediate Examination, Andhra Pradesh conducted their examination. This first year inter public examination of Andhra Pradesh was held from February 28th 2018 till March 17th 2018. The students will get to know the intermediate 1st year results once the Board of Intermediate Examination, Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP), announces the date of declaration of the examination held in the month of February, officially on their website itself (official website- bieap.gov.in). Further, the BIEAP has come up with a policy of academic redemption for the students too. Post declaration of the result, if a candidate is not satisfied with the marks obtained, in that case, he or she can reappear for the examination. The student in that scenario has to sit for ‘supplementary examination’. Though nothing official is announced as of yet, an online website known as manabadi.com is claiming that the intermediate 1st year results would be declared on the 2nd week of April (13th April tentatively).
How to find out the intermediate 1st-year results?
Step one: Go to the following sites like-
1) bieap.gov.in (official website)
5) schools9.com etc
Step two: click on the link provided which says ‘ AP inter 1st year results 2018’
Step three: enter your examination hall ticket number
Step four: click on the tab saying ‘Get Results’
Step five: once the result is displayed, press the ‘download’ option to get a print out of the result for future reference.
The Education Minister of Andhra Pradesh Government, Mr. Gantha Srinivasarao has conveyed all the possible details of the intermediate examination held by the state of Andhra Pradesh. The Andhra Pradesh Government has vouched to conduct the intermediate examination in 1432 examination centers and 48 self centres, all over their state. Reports state that nearly 10.26 lakh candidates were supposed to appear for the intermediate examination of the state.
All you need to know about Board of Intermediate Examination, Telengana (TSBIE) results 2018
Holding the intermediate exam along with states like West Bengal, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, the Telengana Board of Intermediate Examination was established recently, compared to the other mentioned states. The Telengana state board was formed after Andhra Pradesh was split up into two states. This state level board is run most effectively by the government of Telengana. Further, not only does it provide a medium for the public intermediate state examinations but it also gives recognition to the universities and the colleges of this state.
The 1st year intermediate examination held by the Telangana state board is a revered examination. It is conducted for all the academic streams of this board, namely – MPC (mathematics, physics, chemistry), BPC (biology, physics, chemistry), MBPC (mathematics, Biology, physics, chemistry), CEC (civics, economics, commerce) and HEC (history, economics, commerce). Along with the other state boards conducting their examinations, the Telangana board too successfully conducted the 1stnd year intermediate examination in the month of March 2018. The examination was held for every student studying in an institution under this board. This intermediate merit is hailed to be of importance for it becomes a determining factor for their academic endeavors in future.
The Telangana state board intermediate 1st year results are going to be announced on their official website – firstname.lastname@example.org. Apart from the official website, the students can also keep a tab on reliable websites like indiaresults.com, manabadi.com, etc. Though there has been no official announcement, however, manabadi.com is claiming that the results will be out by the month of May. The result would be showcased with the name of student along with the marks and the division obtained by him or her. One needs to produce his or her hall ticket roll number in order to check the results. However, unlike BIEAP, there is no supplementary examination that would be held; in case the student is unable to pass or is dissatisfied with his intermediate 1st year results.
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