Sr Inter results a shade better
Hyderabad: Senior Intermediate Results a Shade Better, There is not much improvement in Senior Intermediate pass percentage this year. The results were declared on Saturday.
- Girls (69.52%) continue to outshine boys (61.87%)
- 50.33% successful students secure A grade
- As in Jr Inter case, Krishna district excels with 76%, Medak & Adilabad come at the last with 49% each
- Students can report discrepancies before June 1
- Sr Inter advanced supplementary from May 25 to June 1
Hyderabad: There is not much improvement in Senior Intermediate pass percentage this year. The results were declared on Saturday. A total of 65.57 per cent of those who appeared for the annual examinations held in March have come out successful. This is slightly higher than last year which was 65.36 percent. Girl students continued their domination with a splendid show of 69.52 percentage as compared to that of the boys at 61.87 percentage.
Among private students, just 28.83 per cent of those who took the exam have passed while in vocational category (general), the pass percentage was 60.70% and vocational private, it was, 26.37 percent. Half of the successful students in all subjects got A grade which means they secured greater than or equal to 75 percentage of marks.
Like in Junior Inter results, Krishna district has proved its class with a remarkable pass percentage of 82% followed by Nellore and Visakhapatnam with 76per cent each. Medak and Adilabad finished at the bottom with a poor 49 percentage. Hyderabad registered a pass percentage of 64%. In vocational general category, Srikakulam students emerged top with a pass percentage of 84 %.
Looking at group-wise pass percentages, MPC topped with 74.49 percentage followed by MEC with 74.58 percent whereas in BiPC, 67.29 percent students have passed. Principals can collect memoranda of marks and tabulation records from Regional Inspection Officers on May 7. Students can refer the discrepancies in mark sheets through their principals before June 1.
Second Year Advanced Supplementary Examinations will be held from May 25 to June 1 from 2:30 pm to 5-30 pm. Last date for payment of fee online for advanced supplementary exams will be May 9. Candidates will have to appear with the same hall ticket number of IPE March. The due date is applicable to private and vocational students as well. This means the exams would conclude exactly a day before the Appointed Day of Telangana state.
But the valuation of Advanced Supplementary examination papers would be done separately in two states. “Yes, the answer sheets of Telangana state will be valued in Telangana districts whereas those of Andhra Pradesh will be valued in those districts” Rajeswar Tiwary, Principal Secretary of Secondary Education told media on the sidelines of release of Intermediate results. Candidates who want to get their mark recounted have to pay Rs 100/ per paper and those who want photo copy cum reverification of valued answer sheets have to pay Rs 600/ per paper on or before May 9 at Mee-Seva or eSeva or APOnline centres.