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TS Intermediate Results

The Board of Intermediate Education Telangana state (BIETS) (official website – bie.telangana.gov.in) organized the exams for intermediate, both for 1st year and 2nd-year students in the month of March for the year 2018. The TS Intermediate results of these examinations will be declared on April 16th, 2018(Tentative). 

How to Check the TS Intermediate Results 2018

It’s natural for candidates to feel nervous before getting the Telangana Intermediate Results 2018 as it is a major academic landmark. Sometimes, children also panic and often get confused about the entire process of checking the result online. So, here’s a step-by-step detailed process for checking the TS Inter Results:

  • Step 1: Visit the official website of Telangana Inter Results: http://results.cgg.gov.in
  • Step 2: Then click on the appropriate link for Telangana Intermediate Results 2018
  • Step 3: Enter your roll number/hall ticket and other important details
  • Step 4: Click on the submit button
  • Step 5: Your TS Board Inter Result will appear on the screen
  • Step 6: Ensure that you check the result cautiously and cross-check all details
  • Step 7: Keep a soft copy in a PDF format or printout for future reference

Please note that apart from the above-mentioned website results.cgg.gov.in, results will also be available at tsbie.cgg.gov.in and bietelangana.cgg.gov.in.

How to Check the TS Intermediate Results 2018

  • Step 1: Visit the official website of Telangana Inter Results: http://results.cgg.gov.in
  • Step 2: Then click on the appropriate link for Telangana Intermediate Results 2018
  • Step 3: Enter your roll number/hall ticket and other important details
  • Step 4: Click on the submit button
  • Step 5: Your TS Board Inter Result will appear on the screen
  • Step 6: Ensure that you check the result cautiously and cross-check all details
  • Step 7: Keep a soft copy in a PDF format or printout for future reference

TS Intermediate Results 2017 & 2016 Stats

The pass percentage of the 1st year students was around 57% which means, out of the total 4,75,874 students who took the exam, 2,70,738 students cleared it. Amongst the 2nd year students, of the total 4,14,213 who attended, 275,273 could successfully pass the exams. This accounts for about 66% pass percent which is better than the 1st year students but still low. The pass percentage for the 1st year, in 2016, was 53.32 and for the 2nd year was 62.01. As many as 4,56,675 students appeared in the 1st year examination and out of the 2,43,503 qualified. In the second year, 2,62,245 students passed out of 4,18,231 students who wrote the examination.

In this year, girls again got a better of the boys with a pass percentage of 61 & 63 in the 1st year and 2nd year respectively. Boys could manage a pass percentage of 57 & 51 in the same order. In 2016, girls had given a better performance than the guys in the exams with a pass percentage of 67.64 in 2nd year. The pass percentage of the boys was 58. For the 1st year students, in 2016, the pass percentage among girls was 59 while the same for boys was 48. It is generally observed that girls perform better in the examinations. The observation holds consistent here as well.

Re-evaluation & Supplementary Exams

Students who appeared for the 1st-year and 2nd-year TS SSC exams had the option to get their papers recounted/reevaluated. The last date to submit the application was April 24th(Tentative). And these applications should be submitted at the official site.

The Board is conducting the betterment and supplementary exams in the month of May 2018. The timetable and schedule for these exams can be found at the official website of TSBIE.

Importance of TS Intermediate Results

Like any other board exam, Telangana Intermediate Results 2018 play an important role in a student’s higher education & future. Let’s take a look at the importance these results hold

  1. BITSAT eligibility criterion states that a candidate must score an aggregate of 75% more in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics, and an individual score over 60% in each. BITSAT also offers direct admission to the board toppers.
  2. Top colleges offering decorated BBA/BMS/BA degrees almost always, other than the interviews, consider candidate’s performance in 12th boards. First cut-off of Sreeram College of Commerce for admission to its B.A. program was 98% in 2016.
  3. Aspirants must have passed Intermediate/10+2 with Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry as a compulsory subject with a score of at least 45% aggregate marks. For reserved candidates, 40% aggregate is a must.
  4. After completing their under-graduation, many students tend to go for an MBA to improve their prospects of getting a better job. True these colleges hold their own entrance examination vis-a-vis CAT, XAT etc. But their admission criterion is based out of a composite score calculated considering different aspects of a candidate. One of these aspects, without doubt, is the Board score of the aspirants both in their 10th & 12th classes. If you are wanting to get a seat in the top management colleges, your class 12th board performance is of utmost importance.
  5. VIT offers 100% tuition fee exemption to the candidates who are board toppers in their 12th class. Many other universities offer handsome exemptions in the tuition fee to the top board exam performers.
  6. A good performance in your board exams can go a long way in helping you cut education costs, which otherwise are very heavy. One of these is the INSPIRE scholarship offered by the Department of Science & Technology, MoST (Ministry of Science & Technology), Government of India.

More About TSBIE

The TSBIE or Telangana State Board of Intermediate was established in the year of 2014. This board is responsible for devising courses, prescribing the syllabus, and conducting examinations for the 1st year and 2nd year students of intermediate in the month of March every year.

The exams spanned across 17 days in the month of March 2018. These started from 1st March and ended on 18th March 2018. The board also conducts supplementary/betterment exams as described above. Supplementary exams are for students who missed to attend the exams or failed in the attended exams. The betterment exams are conducted for students who would like to retake the exams to improve their existing TS intermediate results.

A total number of pupils 8,900,87 both from 1st year and 2nd-year students attended the exams of 2018, recently organized by the TSBIE. The board had conducted exams of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Commerce, Civics, Economics for various groups, MPC(Maths, Physics, Chemistry), BiPC(Biology, Physics, Chemistry), CEC(Civics, Economics, Commerce), and HEC(Humanities, Economics, Commerce) and other groups along with the languages of English and Sanskrit/Telugu as first and second languages.

That’s all about the TS intermediate results. For more important updates regarding TS SSC results 2018 & interesting reads follow us at Toppr. All the best!

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