Only 55.8% pass Inter first year
Only 55.8% pass Inter first year. A total of 55.84 per cent students have cleared the exams, the results of which were declared on Monday.
Girls continued to outshine boys
one per cent improvement compared to previous years
Krishna district tops; Adilabad finishes last
Hyderabad: A total of 55.84 per cent students have cleared the exams, the results of which were declared on Monday. Out of a total of 8, 68,744 students in general stream, 4, 85,069 have passed while in vocational category, out of total of 59, 710 students, 25,666 have come out successful.
Girls continued their remarkable run with an overall pass percentage of 60.52 per cent leaving the boys way behind who maintained just 51.37 per cent. This is the fourth successful year girls outshining boys. Even in vocational category, girl students stood at top with 50.03 pass percentage. Only 38.69 per cent boys passed in this category.
The pass percentage was marginally high compared to last two years. In 2013, a total of 54.60 per cent candidates passed. This year, it is just 1.24 per cent high. In vocational category, this year registered a drop (42.98 per cent) compared to last year (46.54 per cent).
Krishna emerged top in pass percentage with 74 per cent followed by Ranga Reddy with 68 per cent and Visakhapatnam with 66 per cent. Adilabad finished last with a poor 38 per cent. Hyderabad registered a pass percentage of 57 per cent which is better than last year.
As many as 47.78 per cent students secured A Grade which is greater than or equal to 75 per cent of marks.
The marks registers of all colleges will be dispatched to the regional inspection officers within two days and the principals can collect them RIOs by May 3, Ram Shankar Naik, Secretary of Inter Board said.
Supplementary on May 25
The Advanced Supplementary Examinations will be held from May 25 to June 1. All failed candidates and those who wish to improve their marks even though they cleared all the papers can pay the fee for the same on or before May 6. Last date will not be extended, Naik made it clear.
In addition to normal exam fee, candidates have to pay Rs 100 per paper for improvement of marks. They can appear with the same register number of March exams. The better of old or new performance will be taken only for those candidates who passed in all subjects.
The failed candidates can appear for passed papers of first year along with failed papers subject to the condition that they should forgo the previous performance of passed papers. Only the latest performance stands valid. Candidates have to pay Rs 100 for each passed paper in addition to exam fee.
Secretary has also stated that private candidates shall also apply before May 6.
Candidates who apply for recounting have to pay Rs 100 per paper. They should pay Rs 600 per paper for supply of photo copy-cum-reverification of valued answer sheets before May 6. The payment can be made through eSeva or APOnline, the secretary said.