State-run residential schools eclipse pvt institutions

State-run residential schools eclipse pvt institutions
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Students of a social and tribal welfare residential school after the announcement of the Intermediate results
Highlights

  • Social and tribal welfare and TS residential schools top in Inter results
  • Students from Medchal, Ranga Reddy and Komaram Bheem districts top in pass percentage

Hyderabad: Students of State-run social, tribal and BC welfare, and residential schools have shown that they are ahead of all other schools in scoring the overall pass percentages.

According to the first and second year intermediate Public Examination - 2019 (IPE-2019) results declared here on Thursday, students studying in the TS residential schools have scored 89 per cent in the first year and 88 per cent in the Intermediate second year.

As per the management-wise pass percentage results declared by the TSBIE, the BC welfare schools secured second position with the students studying in these schools scoring a pass percentage of 84.5 per cent in the first and 89.8 per cent in the second Intermediate examinations.

Students studying in the social welfare schools stood at the third position scoring 75.6 in the first and 83.8 per cent in the second year intermediate courses.

Similarly, with only a little difference in the overall pass percentage, the tribal welfare schools stood at fourth position securing a pass percentage of 70.6 in the first and 81.9 in the intermediate second year.

On the other hand, schools run by the private managements stood at the fifth position with the students from these schools securing a pass percentage of 63.4 in the first and 65 in the second year intermediate courses.

The pass percentage of the institutions run by the minority institutions have scored 55.7 in the first year intermediate and the model schools securing a pass percentage of 65.

Students of the aided schools have secured a pass percentage of 45 in the first and 50 in the second years. Lastly, the overall pass percentage of government junior colleges is 46 in the first and 63 in the second intermediate course.

In regard to the district wise performance, Medchal district secure first position with an overall pass percentage of 76 in the first years intermediate, followed by Ranga Reddy district with 71 and Medak remaining at the bottom securing an overall pass percentage of only 29.

Similarly, Medchal district stood first in the overall pass percentage of 76 in the second year Intermediate, followed by Komaram Bheem with 75 in the second, Ranga Reddy with 72 in the third position, respectively.

Siddipet district remained at the bottom of all other districts securing only a pass percentage of only 34.

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