Manabadi Inter Results 2019, TS Telangana intermediate 1st, 2nd year resul 2019t: The Board of Intermediate Education Telangana (TSBIE) will announce the first and second year examination result for the intermediate exams tomorrow, April 18, 2019. The applicants who have appeared for the examination can visit the official websites of the Board of Intermediate Education Telangana (TSBIE) including results.cgg.gov.in, examresult.net, manabadi.co.inandbie.telangana.gov.in.

Like last year, this year too, the Telangana board will declare the examination result for the first and second year on the same date. It has been officially notified that the result will be declared at 11:00 AM. Apart from this, any further information related to the examination will be published a day before the main exams. 

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Where to check the Telangana intermediate 1st, 2nd year result 2019:

The result will be available at the official websites of Board of Intermediate Education Telangana. The websites can be accessed through any general web browser or mobile browser. All the students who have appeared for the examination can download their scorecards from the official websites of the Board of Intermediate Education Telangana (TSBIE) including results.cgg.gov.in, examresult.net, manabadi.co.in and bie.telangana.gov.in. In addition to the websites, the appeared students can also check their result at the state government’s application named as T App Folio.

Qualifying criteria for Telangana intermediate 1st, 2nd-year result 2019:

In order to clearly pass in the exams, students are required to score at least 35 per cent marks in each subject and aggregate.

In the year 2019, approximately 70 per cent students clearly passed the exam while 69 per cent passed in private colleges. Similarly, tribal welfare colleges registered 87 per cent, social welfare colleges registered 86 per cent, residential junior colleges registered 81 per cent, aided colleges registered 55 per cent and model schools registered 68 per cent, qualifying students.

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