Govt colleges fare better in Inter supplementary
Government Colleges Fare Better in Inter Supplementary. As many as 1,20,566 general and 12,136 students in vocational courses have passed in the second year Intermediate Public Advanced Supplementary Examinations (IPASE) in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Hyderabad: As many as 1,20,566 general and 12,136 students in vocational courses have passed in the second year Intermediate Public Advanced Supplementary Examinations (IPASE) in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
The results of IPASE were declared by Andhra Pradesh Minister for HRD Ganta Srinivas Rao here on Friday. The results are available on http://examresults.ap.nic.in, http://results.cgg.gov.in, www.indiaresults.com and www.exametic.com.
A total of 2,81,950 students in general courses and 24,596 students in vocational courses appeared for examinations in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Only 42.89 per cent students could clear exam general courses while vocational courses registered a pass rate of 49.34 per cent.
Girls outshined boys in exam. As many 1, 11,667 girls in general and 9,241 in vocational courses appeared for the examinations. A total of 49,922 have cleared registering 44.71 per cent in general and 4,672 have qualified with pass rate of 50.56 per cent in vocational courses. Boys could register only 41.69 per cent and 48.61 per cent in general and vocational courses.
An analysis of the results shows that this year government colleges have performed exceptionally than private colleges. Government colleges scored 53 per cent and 70 per cent in general and vocational courses while private colleges registered 43 per cent and 49 per cent in general and vocational courses.
Ramasankar Naik, secretary, BIE, informed that principals can collect memoranda of marks and records from the regional inspection officer on July 3.
Students who wish to apply for recounting and photo copy-re-verification of valued answer scripts can submit online through e-seva or AP online on or before July 3. Rs 100 per paper would be charged for recounting and Rs 600 per paper for photo copy-cum re-verification would be charged.