Telangana Gurukul (V-TG) CET 2019 result has been announced today at tgcet.cgg.gov.in. On basis of TGCET Result 2019, admission will be offered to 49,280 seats of class 5th in residential schools. As per reports, 146411 students had applied to compete for class 5th admissions in TREIS, TSWREIS, TTWREIS, MJPTBCWREIS through Telangana Gurukul Common Entrance Test.
Result has been published and hosted at tgcet.cgg.gov.in. At website, students can see check TGCET 2019 result under services section. Clicking it leads to a login page where one has to enter hall ticket number and date of birth in order to get results.
Centre for Good Governance had conducted the common entrance test on April 7, 2019, and now its result has been announced on May 20, 2019. This time result has come a little late. Last time exam was held on April 8 and result was published just after a month on May 9. Nevertheless it is relevant to note that number of applicants has increased by 25%.
Telangana Residential Educational Institutions Society (TREIS), Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS), Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TTWREIS), and Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward Classes Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (MJPTBCWREIS) are there in Telangana in order to give a boost to empowerment of marginalized children. Rising number of admission seekers is attributed to good quality of education imparted in these schools.
First TREIS was established in 1971. With time, its numbers grew and were divided to cater to students of SC, ST, OBC, and minorities. Whereas reports on infrastructural requirements of residential schools come from time to time, what stands out are stories of students who outshine private school students in board exam results and entrance tests.
In 2019 SSC results, MJPTBCWRS had highest pass percentage of 98.78%. This was better than their previous record of 96.18%. Authorities attributed this success to making students comfortable with exams by holding frequent exams.
Also in JEE Main result announced last month, 506 students from Telangana residential schools cleared it. Rajnikesh Vardhan from Social Welfare IIT College secured 98.41 percentile, Korra Mahesh from Tribal Welfare IIT Study Centre got 95.3 percentile.
With such a past record, Telangana Gurukul Common Entrance Test attracted more students this time than ever before. The paper was of 100 marks. There were five parts namely A, B, C, D, E. Part A had 25 questions on English. Part B had 25 questions on Mathematics. Then Part C had 25 questions on Environmental Science. Part D had 20 questions on Telugu. And Part E had 5 questions on Mental Ability. Each question was of 1 mark. All questions were multiple choice.
TGCET 2019 was held in pen and paper mode and was of 2 hours duration. It was held at 443 centres. Overall number of boys and girls who applied are 77577, and 68834 respectively. From SC category, 42649 applied, 38037 applied from ST category. Then 70806 BCs applied and 253 EBCs. OC applicants were 4666.