Telangana TS Intermediate, inter result 2019 on 18th April, today @ tsbie.cgg.gov.in , results.cgg.gov.in, bie.telangana.gov.in: The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) will declare its TS Inter 1st and 2nd year results 2019 on Thursday, April 18, 2019 by 5 pm on all the official websites. The result has been delayed, as per various reports. Earlier, it was scheduled to be declared by 10: 30 am. In a press conference, Secretary, Education B Janardhan Reddy will release the results at Telangana state board of intermediate education office. The Telangana board is expected to announce its TS Inter 1st and 2nd year results 2019 on the official website– tsbie.cgg.gov.in , results.cgg.gov.in, bie.telangana.gov.in, manabadi.com, schools9.com and examresults.net. The result of this year for both the classes is likely to release on the same day. Students are required to score at least 35% marks in aggregate in each subject to qualify the examination.
Steps to check Telangana TS Inter Results 2019 at tsbie.cgg.gov.in:
Step 1: Visit the official website of TSBIE- tsbie.cgg.gov.in.
Step 2: Submit your roll number or admit card number along with other details under TS Inter Results 2019 tab.
Step 3: Verify all the details. Click on the submit button.
Step 4: Telangana Board inter result 2019 will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Check your result carefully
Step 6: Download your scorecard. Print it for future use.
TS Telangana Inter result 2019: Passing criteria
To qualify the exams, the students are required to secure at least 35 per cent marks in each subject and aggregate.
In 2018, the pass percentage for 1st-year girl students was 69% of boy students was 55.66%. The pass percentage for 2nd-year girl students was 73.25% while for boy students were 61%. Overall the pass percentage for 1st year students was 62.35%. However, the overall pass percentage for 2nd-year students was 67.24%. Last year, the TSBIE declared the results a month after the IPE exams were ended.
In the previous year, about 70% of students qualified for the examination while 69% passed in private colleges. On similar pattern, among other schools, the tribal welfare colleges registered 87 per cent, social welfare recorded 86 per cent, residential junior colleges marked with 81 per cent, model schools registered 68 per cent and aided colleges listed as 55 per cent.