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TS Inter Result 2021 at tsbie.cgg.gov.in

TS Inter Result 2021 at tsbie.cgg.gov.in (Representational)

TS Inter Result 2021 at tsbie.cgg.gov.in (Representational)

TS Inter Result 2021 based on TS Inter's first year or class 11 results. All students to pass exams.

TS Inter Result 2021: The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has declared the class 12 or TS Inter result today. A high-level meeting took place today between several high-profile ministers in which guidelines on school reopening were decided. The state has already released guidelines on the result formation and it is expected anytime this week.

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Over 4.5 lakh students had registered for the TS Inter second-year results, out of which 2,28,754 girls and 2,22,831 boys passed the exam. A 100 per cent pass percentage has been declared this year. A total of 1,76,719 candidates secured grade A, 1,04,886 students got grade B, 61,887 students in grade C, and 1,08,088 students secured grade D.


As per the guidelines, schools have been asked to prepare the result based on the class 11 marks and include class 12 practicals or internals in the same. Further, no student will fail this year, as per the guidelines issued by the state.

TS Inter exams could not be held this year, hence the students are being ranked based on this criterion. Students who are to write backlog subjects or failed will be given minimum passing marks and promoted to the next class. All candidates who registered to appear for the exam in private mode will be given the minimum passing marks.

With this Telangana will join Bihar Board in declaring both classes 10 and 12 results. While the TS SSC result has already been declared, over 4.50 lakh students will get their TS Inter results today.

TSBIE was among few state boards in the favour of holding exams. Earlier, the exams were to be held from May 1 to May 19 and the practical assessments were scheduled between May 29 and June 7. Several options including holding exams for 1.5 hours instead of three hours and asking students to attempt only 50 per cent of the entire question paper were considered. Finally, the state decided to go with the rest of the boards and cancel eams.

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