Hyderabad: Earlier this month, the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) had cancelled the second-year intermediate examinations and announced that all regular students who had failed in the first-year exams or were absent may be granted the minimum 35% pass marks.
However, the state government had issued certain criteria for preparing the results of class XII students. The results are based on these criteria:
· The marks obtained by regular students in intermediate first year (general, vocational, and bridge course) were taken as the basis for awarding marks in the second year for each student.
· The same subject-wise marks obtained in the first-year were awarded for the subjects in the second year.
· All second-year candidates (regular and private) who have failed in any subject/s in the first year have been granted the minimum 35% pass marks.
· 100% marks were awarded in the practicals (general, vocational, and bridge course) and OJT.
· Private candidates and those who have failed were awarded minimum pass marks, 35%, in the subjects they have failed.
· All candidates appearing under Attendance Exemption Category for additional subjects, including Mathematics, general bridge course Mathematics, vocational bridge course and general Humanities courses, were awarded 35% marks in first-year backlog theory subjects and same marks in second-year subjects. 100% marks were awarded in practical subjects.
· All candidates (regular and private) who failed in 'Ethics and Human Values' and 'Environmental Education' (compulsory qualifying examinations) were awarded the minimum 35% pass marks.
Further, TSBIE said any candidate not satisfied with the results will be given the opportunity to appear for regular written exams as and when the situation becomes conducive to hold the examinations.