Hyderabad: For the third consecutive year, girls have outperformed the boys in the intermediate public examinations (IPE). The results were announced on 18 June. The pass percentage for girls of the intermediate first year was 67.47 while for the boys it was 52.31. The pass percentage for second-year intermediate girls was 71.15 per cent while for the boys it was only 62.11.

As many as 4,80,555 candidates appeared for the intermediate exams, of which 2,88,383 passed with a total pass percentage of 60.01 per cent in the first year. Of the total candidates who appeared in the first year, 1,65,245 scored 'A' grade, 78,610 scored 'B', 31,962 scored 'C' grade, and 13,566 scored 'D'.

In the second-year, 4,11,631 candidates had appeared for the exam, of which 2,83,462 passed. Among them, 1,67,942 scored 'A' grade, 80,096 scored 'B', 27,423 scored 'C', and 8,001 students scored 'D'. In the intermediate second year, the MPC group reported the highest pass percentage of 67.95 per cent, followed by Bi.PC group with a pass percentage of 65.32 per cent. The CEC students had a pass percentage of 41.58 per cent, while the Arts group had a pass percentage of 52.31 per cent. The total pass percentage was 58.65 for second-year students.

The result of the intermediate second-year students this year was the best when compared to the results of the past five years. During the academic year 2015-2016, the pass percentage of second-year students was 62.70, during the academic year 2016-2017 it was 66.45 per cent, while for the academic year 2017-2018 it was 67.25 per cent. During the academic year 2018-19, the pass percentage for second-year intermediate students was 65.01 per cent. This year it was 68.86 per cent.

The state education minister, Sabitha Indra Reddy, announced the IPE results on Thursday at 3 p.m at the TSBIE office in Nampally, Hyderabad. The Telangana state board of intermediate education(TSBIE) had conducted the intermediate examinations between 4 and 21 March. One exam had been postponed and was conducted on 3 June. Nearly 10 lakh students wrote the exams at 1,339 exam centres under the supervision of 25,000 invigilators. The papers were evaluated by 15,000 evaluators.

TSBIE has announced that in case any student has any complaints regarding the results, s/he can file an online complaint through the TSBIE Grievance Redressal System (BIGRS) on its website www.bigrs.telangana.gov.in and through the mobile app for BIGRS.

The marks register (T.R) of all colleges will be dispatched to the district intermediate education officer/nodal officers concerned within five days. The principals can collect the memoranda of marks from the district intermediate education officers /nodal officers on 22 June. They should hand over the same to the candidates at the earliest. In case of any discrepancies, the memoranda of marks should be referred to the board through concerned principals before 17 July. Applications received after this date will not be entertained by the board.

There is a provision for recounting and supply of scanned copy-cum-reverification of answer scripts for first-year and second-year students. The candidates who wish to avail these facilities have to make an online payment of Rs. 100 per paper for recounting and Rs. 600 per paper for scanned copy-cum-reverification of answer book through the BIE website http://tsbie.cgg.gov.in.

The candidate has to select the subject/subjects s/he wants to apply for recounting or for reverification and has to furnish his/her complete address, email ID, and mobile number. The practice of sending application through the principal or directly to the district intermediate education officer’s office/board either in person or by post has been dispensed with. The candidates have to apply for his/her own answer book. Obtaining a scanned copy of other candidates is an offense. The last date for payment of fee towards recounting or scanned copy-cum-reverification is 24 June. This online service will be stopped after the due date and no further extension will be available. The board will not entertain any manual submission after the due date under any circumstances.

Students and parents can check their results on the following websites: https://tsbie.cgg.gov.in2, http://examresults.ts.nic.in, http://results.cgg.gov.in. Meanwhile, principals of junior college can view their college results at https://tsbie.cgg.gov.in.

To help the students overcome any stress, strain, tension, anxiety, or nervousness, the board has sought the services of clinical psychologists. Students can contact them from 9 a.m to 9 p.m. Their names and telephone numbers are given below:

Dr. Anitha 7337225803

Dr. Mazher Ali 7337225425

Dr. Rajini 7337225364

P. Jawaharlal Nehru 7337225360

S. Sreelatha 7337225083

Sailaja Pisapati 7337225098

Anupama Guttimdevi 7337225763

Anusha Puppala

Anusha Puppala is currently working at NewsMeter. She had earlier worked as a reporter with ANI and The News Minute. Previously, she has worked as a Senior Reporter with the Deccan Chronicle Newspaper, covering education beat. She had briefly associated with the national television channel Tiranga TV as a special correspondent. Anusha has extensively written stories on education, traffic, civic-issues, human-Interesting, off-Beat, consumer issues, health and environment. Hailing from Visakhapatnam, Anusha is a social media buff and a passionate foodie. If not reporting, you will always find her travelling.

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