7% improvement in Sr Inter results
Marks list to colleges by apr 30 Vocational students pass percentage down Telangana districts continued their poor run Senior...
Marks list to colleges by apr 30
- Vocational students pass percentage down
- Telangana districts continued their poor run
Senior Intermediate results were out and there is enough reason to celebrate for lots of youngsters as the results have been more or less on expected lines and without any hitch. The pass percentage has also improved by seven percentage compared to last year. But vocational students continued to fare badly and their pass percentage has come down by five percent.
Though it may sound a bit disappointing that nearly 35 percent of students of general stream have failed the exam, officials said it is not that disheartening. "Please note that more than sixty five percent of the students have secured A and B grades. This reflects that our students have the ability to perform well" a senior official said.
The marks lists of Intermediate exams would be sent to the respective college principals by April 30 and students can take from them, the Minister for Secondary Education K Parthasarthy who released the results said. The second year Advanced Supplementary Examinations would be held from May 22-29 between 2:30 pm to 5: 30 pm.
The last date for payment of fee is May 6, and there will be no extention, the Minister made it clear. The students will have to appear with same registered number of March exams, he added. There is no improvement facility for students for second year, he averred. The due date is also applicable to private students.
Secretary of Intermediate Board Ramshankar Naik said candidates who wish to get recounting of their scripts and photo copy of reverification of valued answer scripts can pay an amount of Rs 100/ per paper for recounting and Rs 600/ per paper for photo copy-cum -reverification of answer book ,at e-seva or APonline centres before May 7.
Telangana districts continued their poor run at Intermediate results. Except Rangareddy, no other district could fare well and registered just around fifty percent. The capital city Hyderabad could record just 56 percent of pass percentage. Like in first year, Krishna district with 77 pass percentage stood at top and Mahbubnagar remained at the bottom with 45 percent.
Group-wise analysis show that MPC stream register 75.37 percent followed by MEC with 73.52 percent. As many as 67.99 percent of BiPC students passed out.