The first and second year exam result for the intermediate exams conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education Telangana (TSBIE) has been released on April 18, 2019 at 5 pm. The result are available at the official websites accessible through any web or mobile browser. Students can download their scorecards from the official websites, bie.telangana.gov.in, results.cgg.gov.in, examresults.net. Apart from the websites, candidates can also check their score at the state government’s mobile application – ‘T App Folio’.
TS Inter 1st & 2nd year free verification for failed students: CM KCR has announced free verification for Inter 1st and 2nd year failed students. After the debacle of the TS Inter Results 2019, the Honorable Chief Minister Sri K Chandrashekhar Rao has asked the board to conduct free of cost re-verification and re-counting of the answer sheets. The order has been issued for all the students who have failed in the TS Inter Results 2019 which were declared on April 18, 2019. For the students who have passed, however, the facility would be available under the prevailing process and students would have to pay the requisite fees. Telangana Board of Intermediate Education, TSBIE had declared the TS Inter 1st and 2nd year Result 2019 on April 18, 2019.
Hon’ble CM Sri K. Chandrashekar Rao has issued instructions to the Officers concerned to get done free of cost the Re-verification and Re-counting of papers of all the Intermediate students who failed in the examinations. The CM said that in case if the students who passed prefer Re-verification and Re-counting it would be done as per the prevailing norms and regulations. The CM further instructed that the Re-verification and Re-counting process should be expedited and completed as early as possible and should be followed with conducting the advanced supplementary examinations so that the academic year is not lost.
The CM entrusted the responsibility of conducting Re-verification, Re-counting and advanced supplementary examination to Education Secretary Sri B. Janardhan Reddy. The CM also instructed the officers to evolve a strategy for smooth conduct of examinations and evaluation without any problems for the future. Chief Minister expressed shock over suicides of few students who failed in the intermediate examination describing it as most unfortunate. The Chief Minister has appealed that no student should resort to committing suicide as failing in intermediate is not meant to end the life.
Chief Minister held a review meeting on Wednesday at Pragathi Bhavan on the subject of events that happened following the declaration of intermediate results. Minister for Education Sri G. Jagadeesh Reddy, Educational Secretary Dr. B. Janardhan Reddy, Secretary Board of Intermediate Education Dr. A. Ashok, Chief Advisor to the Government Sri Rajeev Sharma, CMO officers Sri Rajashekar Reddy, Sri Bhoopal Reddy participated in the review meeting. The review covered the issues of intermediate examination papers valuation, results declaration and the events that took place subsequent to results declaration. The CM took several important decisions in the review meeting.
“This year 9.74 lakhs of students appeared for the intermediate examination. Out of these 3.28 lakhs failed in the examination. Some students and their parents are of the opinion that during the process of addition of marks mistakes took place resulting in less marks than expected and hence they failed. However earlier for several years. This is the reason why the facility has to be provided for Re-verification of papers of failed students free of cost. Re-verification could be done in the subject in which the student failed and in the same Re-counting would also be done. In case if any student who passed the exam also desires Re-verification then it would be done on payment of fees as per the earlier and prevailing procedure.
The Re-verification and Re-counting process should be completed at the earliest. In view of the fact that the students will have to attend to NEET and JEE countrywide Entrance Tests, the advanced supplementary examinations should also be conducted at the earliest and also the results to be declared at the earliest” said the Chief Minister issuing clear instructions to the officers.
“The government is facing problems every time whenever intermediate examinations and EAMCET Tests are conducted. The government, the students and their parents had to face a headache every time. This needs to be avoided. It has to be examined whether the responsibility of conducting examinations could be entrusted to an autonomous body. The best practices elsewhere in other states and other countries are to be studied for implementing in our state. In future examinations are to be held in such a manner so that there would not be any problems. For this the process has to begin from now onwards” said the Chief Minister.
The CM also enquired about the identification of outsourcing agencies and their capacity to process the data of the intermediate students as well as the declaration of the results. The officers briefed the CM that the identification was done based on the tender process and the responsibility was entrusted to the company which quoted the lowest tender. The capacity of the outsourcing agencies who submitted tenders was assessed by technology experts and experienced board members and everything was done as per the norms and procedures.
“It is unfortunate and highly saddening to note that few students who failed in the intermediate examination committed suicides. I felt extremely unhappy and deeply hurt over such incidents. Suicides of students are most unfortunate. Intermediate education is not the whole life. Failing in examination does not amount to failing in life. Life is precious. Though one fails in the examination, there will be plenty of opportunities. According to one’s own interest and capacity, one should make use of opportunities and identify a profession of their liking. They should stand up in life and be courageous. If you commit suicide you will be leaving behind a lot of sorrow to the parents. I appeal to every student not to commit suicide” said the CM.
TS Telangana Inter result Passing criteria: To clear the exams students need to secure at least 35 per cent marks in each subject and aggregate.
The students can apply for recounting of the paper by paying an amount of Rs 100 per paper and for Scanned copy-cum-Re-verification of answer book, the students will have to pay an amount of Rs 600 per paper. Visit BIE website – bie.telangana.gov.in, student online service or TS online centre to apply for the recounting or Scanned copy-cum-Re-verification of answer book. The online window for same will open on April 19 and the last date to apply is April 27.
1st year failed candidates appearing for passed papers:
The first year failed candidates can appear for passed papers of first year also along with failed papers subject to the condition that they shall forego the previous performance of the passed papers. In such cases the latest performance stands valid. All such candidates have to pay Rs.150/- for each passed paper appearing, in addition to the examination fee as shown in the ENRs. Necessary entries/corrections have to be made in the ENR and if required in the MNR .
Attendance exemption Candidates:
The Fee payment Due Dates are also applicable to Private candidates (without college study) who were already granted exemption from attendance to appear (Humanities combination only) for Intermediate Public Advanced Supplementary Examinations May/June 2019. These candidates are directed to pay the examination fee to the Principals of the Govt./Aided Junior College of their native or residing Mandal only. The candidates are not allowed to pay examination fee in Self Centres
Improvement Provision for 2nd year passed candidates:
The candidates who passed two year Intermediate course can improve their performance within two years. They can avail only 2 (two) chances during this period. The passed candidates of IPASE May/June 2017 can appear for improvement in IPASE May/June 2019 as last chance if they did not avail 2 (two) chances in the previous IPES. The candidates who wish to improve their performance have to appear for all the 2 year papers including Practicals (OR) to appear for all papers of 1 & 2 year including Practicals. The candidates will have an option to retain the present performance past performance which is beneficial to the candidates. There no provision of Best marks in individual papers like in first year
Remittance of Examination Fee through Online:
The TSBIE has decided to collect the examination fee through online payment as was done with effect from IPE March 2016 onwards. The Principals of the colleges are informed to login to TSBIE’s website ie, bie.telangana.gov.in to enter the particulars of the examination fee paid by the students and remit the amount by using Internet banking facility and payment gateway provided in TSBIE website on or before the Due Dates as mentioned above.
Separate e-transaction payment is to be made for each category ie, General Vocational, ENR Candidates (Improvement, Non-improvement) and Additions.
Recounting / Scanned Copy-cum-Reverification:
Recounting fee per paper: Rs. 100/-
Scanned Copy-cum-Reverification of Answer Scrips per paper: Rs. 600/-
There a provision for Recounting, supply Scanned copy-cum-Reverification of valued answer scripts. The candidates who wish to avail these facilities have to pay an amount Rs.100/-(Rupees: One hundred only) per paper for RECOUNTING and Rs.600/- (Rupees Six hundred only) per paper for SCANNED COPY-CUM VERIFICATION of answer book, through TSBIE Online services , bie.telangana.gov.in e-Seva or T.S. Online Centres only.
Candidates have pay requisite fee at these centres and must furnish the Hall Ticket Number and the subjects in which they intend to apply for Recounting or Scanned Copy-cum-Reverification. The details of the candidates will appear on the screen. Candidates have to furnish their complete address and mobile number also Candidates shall NOT send the applications for Recounting / Re-verification either to the DEO Office / Nodal Officer of TSBIE or TSBIE Head Office directly or by post
Under no circumstances the application will be accepted manually after due date. The last date for online payment of fee towards Recounting / Scanned Copy-cum-Re Verification: 27-04-2019. The online service will be stopped after this date and no further extension of service will be available. The fee once paid towards Recounting and Scanned Copy-cum-Reverification will not be refunded under any circumstances