The Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP) will declare the results of AP Inter 2nd Year today, at 4 pm. The Manabadi 2nd-year results will be announced at a press conference to be conducted by the board. Students enrolled for BIEAP 2nd-year exams 2021 can check their results online from the official websites of the board.
Based on the board inputs, the fate of approximately 5 lakh students who have registered for Inter second year exams 2021 will be decided today. Released in an official result notice yesterday, the state board said that IPE II Year results will be released by Dr Audimulapu Suresh garu, Honble Minister for Education, Govt. of A.P.
The parents and students can access the results immediately after release from the given websites – results.bie.ap.gov.in, bie.ap.gov.in, results.apcfss.in, examsresults.ap.nic.in, etc.
In order to check the Inter result, the student will be required to use their hall ticket or admit card number as login credentials. Students are also advised to keep ready their AP hall ticket number ready to check their results.
BIE AP was initially supposed to hold the press conference at A.P. Secretariat, Velagapudi. However in today’s notice, they have informed of a new venue which is R&B Building, Opposite Smt Indira Gandhi Municipal Stadium, Vijaywada.
Thereafter, the students and schools will be able to check the results. It should be noted that the class 12th results will be declared based on evaluation criteria adopted by the BIE AP after the annual exams were canceled.
Based on the Andhra Pradesh board evaluation criteria, the students of Inter 2nd Year will be awarded marks on the basis of their performance in class 10 and class 11. BIEAP will be following the result formula defined in weightage of 30 and 70 for classes 10 and 11 respectively. While preparing the Inter 2nd year results it will give 30% weightage to the marks obtained in the top 3 subjects of class 10 (Science, Social Science, and Mathematics), and 70% weightage to the subject-wise marks obtained in Intermediate 1st year.
Earlier, the state board had canceled the exams which were supposed to be held in May. The decision was taken by the State government keeping in mind the health concerns of the students. Later the board released the evaluation criteria on the basis of which the result has been prepared.
Last year, for the Intermediate 2nd year a total of 4.35 lakh students appeared for the exams. Out of the total, 2.76 lakh passed; obtaining a 63% pass percentage. This was a decline from 2019 when 72% students were declared passed.