Girls outsmart boys in Telangana intermediate exams, check results here
This is the first time that results for both the years were announced at the same time.
Girls in Telangana did better than boys in the intermediate examinations, which were held last month, as the Board of Intermediate Education announced the results for the first and second year on Friday.
Deputy chief minister Kadiam Srihari, who is also the minister for education, released the results saying, the pass percentage for the first year was 53.32 and that for the second year was 62.01.
As many as 4,56,675 students appeared in the first year examination and out of them 2,43,503 qualified. The pass percentage among girls was 59 while the same for boys was 48.
In the second year, 2,62,245 students passed out of 4,18,231 students who wrote the examination. Girls again topped the exams with a pass percentage of 67.64. The pass percentage of the boys was 58.
Among districts, Ranga Reddy topped the list in the results for both the first and second year. The district neighbouring Hyderabad had 69% and 76% results in the first and second-year exams respectively.
In the first year, Hyderabad stood second with 56% while in the second year Khammam was runners up with 66%.
Among the colleges, private institutions had a pass percentage of 63 while government colleges also showed impressive results with a pass percentage of 62.
The BIE announced that the advanced supplementary exams will be held from May 24 to 31. The candidates appearing for the exam have to pay the fee by April 30.
This is the first time that results for both the years were announced at the same time. The results can be seen online by visiting the official website.
On the new page, click on the link provided to check the first year or second year general or vocational result (in which you have appeared). You just need to login with your hall ticket number and the result will be displayed on the screen.
You can also get to know your results from Parishkaram Call Centre (eSeva) by dialling 1100 from any BSNL land line or 18004251110 from any land line/mobile phone and eSeva/MeeSeva/Rajiv Citizen Service Centres in the state.